Quality Assurance: As a registered training organisation (RTO) Hammond Institute operates within the Vocational Education and Training Quality Framework (VETQF) and the Australian Qualification Framework (AQF) delivering nationally recognised qualifications and units of competency.
Duration : 6 Months
Delivery Mode: Blended
Start Date: Enrol Anytime
Recognition: Nationally Recognised Training
CHC42021 Certificate IV in Community Services reflects the role of community service workers who deliver and support person-centred services to individuals and groups. Workers may provide support, advocacy or interventions to individual persons, groups or communities across a range of services.
At this level, workers may be autonomous with limited responsibility within established parameters and may supervise others. Work may take place in a range of community service, case work or case management contexts.
The skills in this qualification must be applied in accordance with Commonwealth and State or Territory legislation, Australian standards and industry codes of practice.
No occupational licensing, certification or specific legislative requirements apply to this qualification at the time of publication.
Graduates may find employment as a:
• Disability Support worker
• Allied health assistant
*It is not, however, intended to indicate that an individual will gain immediate employment on completion of this course
|Students must satisfy the following age, English, and Academic requirements:
Age: must be 17 years or over
Undertake Pre-Training Review
Undertake LLN and digital numeracy assessment: Learning, reading, oral communication, numeracy, and writing ACSF Level 3 are desirable to participate in the course.
Moderate level of digital literacy and has access to a computer with an internet access
Undertake the LLN test: Learning, reading, writing, oral communication, and numeracy (ACSF Level 3) are desirable to participate in the course.
The course fee for the course is $4000, which includes all course materials and assessments. We understand that paying the full fee upfront can be challenging for some students, which is why we offer easy interest free installment plans to make it more affordable. We also have discounted plans available for eligible students, so be sure to ask us about these options when you enquire.
Contact us at 03 8370 3170 or 0435 334 552 for further information.
The range of delivery methods may include, but not limited to the following:
- lectures / Instructions
- demonstrations and modelling
- practice opportunities
- brainstorming activities
- group discussions
- guided facilitation of individual or group learning activities, group work or project-based case studies
- The delivery structure is comprised of classroom training sessions, structured learning such as training support, learning activities, self-paced (to allow the learners to absorb and reflect on their learning), workshops and work placement.
- The unit of competency will be delivered and assessed as a stand-alone unit.
- Virtual classroom (Microsoft Teams)
- Dandenong (Level 1, 243 Lonsdale Str., Dandenong 3175 VIC)
- Werribee (Suite 20, 2-14 Station Pl., Werribee 3030 VIC)
Additional locations may be allocated to meet a group of learner cohort’s needs and based on demand (if practicable for the RTO)
Assessment methods may include:
- Knowledge Questions
- Written Assignment & Case Studies
- Projects / Research Reviews
All assessments will be conducted in accordance with the Training Package requirements, Principles of Assessment and Rules of Evidence (https://www.asqa.gov.au/standards/chapter-4/clauses-1.8-1.12)
No placements hours required.
Skills must have been demonstrated in the disabilities workplace with the addition of simulations and scenarios where the full range of contexts and situations have not been provided in the workplace.
15 units must be completed:
- 7 core units
- 8 elective units, consisting of:
- at least 6 units from the electives listed below
- up to 2 units from the list below or any endorsed Training Package or accredited course.
All electives chosen must contribute to a valid, industry-supported vocational outcome.
Facilitate the interests and rights of clients
Use communication to build relationships
Recognise and respond appropriately to domestic and family violence
Work with diverse people
Work legally and ethically
Develop and maintain networks and collaborative partnerships
Follow safe work practices for client care
Assess co-existing needs
Facilitate individual service planning and delivery
Promote Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander cultural safety
Reflect on and improve own professional practice
Provide individualised support
Facilitate the empowerment of people receiving support
Provide advocacy and representation services
Communicate and work in health or community services