Community services courses
When you study community services with Wesley Training, you can upskill your career and learn from trainers who are experts in their field.
Accredited training courses
CHC22015 — Certificate II in Community Services
9 units—5 Core, 4 Electives
This training course may be used as a pathway for workforce entry as community services workers who provide a first point of contact and assist individuals in meeting their immediate needs. At this level, work takes place under direct, regular supervision within clearly defined guidelines.
CHC32015 — Certificate III in Community Services
12 units—5 Core, 7 Electives
This training course reflects the role of entry level community services workers who support individuals through the provision of person-centred services. Work may include day-to-day support of individuals in community settings or support the implementation of specific community-based programs.
At this level, work takes place under the direction of others and supervision may be direct or indirect. Work may take place in a range of community services organisations.
CHC42015 — Certificate IV in Community Services
15 units—7 Core, 8 Electives
This training course reflects the role of community service workers who design and deliver person-centred services to individuals and/or groups. Workers may provide support, advocacy or interventions to individual clients, groups or communities across a range of services.
At this level, workers may be autonomous with limited responsibility within established parameters and may be required to supervise and lead other workers in projects or teams. Work may take place in a range of community service, case work or case management contexts.
CHC52015 — Diploma of Community Services
16 units—8 Core, 8 Electives
This training course reflects the roles of community services, case management and social housing workers involved in the managing, co-ordinating and/or delivering of person-centred services to individuals, groups and communities.
At this level, workers have specialised skills in community services and work autonomously under broad directions from senior management. Workers are usually providing direct support to individuals or groups of individuals. Workers may also have responsibility for the supervision of other workers and volunteers and/or case management; program coordination or the development of new business opportunities.
To achieve this qualification, the candidate must have completed at least 100 hours of work as detailed in the Assessment Requirements of units of competency.
You could be eligible for Smart and Skilled funding
Wesley Vocational Institute RTO code 90091