Certificate II in Community Services (12)
Sterling Business College
|Campus||Mid Year Intake?||Study Mode||Entry Requirements|
|Perth||Yes||External, Full-time internal||
No minimum education
This qualification is part of the Community Services Training Package. It may be used as a pathway qualification into community services work and may apply specifically to workers who support individuals by providing a first point of contact in a crisis situation and referral to a broad range of services, or workers in residential facilities and/or in community services under direct or regular supervision.
Subjects you can Study
Core: Prepare for work in the community sector; Communicate with people accessing the services of the organisation; Follow policies, procedures and programs of the organisation; Work with others; Participate in WHS processes; or Follow WHS safety procedures for direct care work. Elective streams: Children's services; Parent help services; Emergency relief services; Support services; First point of contact; Settlement work; plus more.
About Sterling Business CollegeSterling Business College is a Registered Training Organisation, providing quality assured and nationally recognised training. It has a mix of Australian and international students. With around 150 students on campus, the College is able to provide for every student personally - it's one of the reasons it is known as the 'friendly college'. Study at Sterling Business College is designed to allow time out for other important aspects of student life. Classes are held over 3 days, so students have some time out for extra study, work experience, or a casual job. The College is located in a vibrant part of the city of Perth, close to public transport, inner-city accommodation, cafes and shopping centres.
Provider CRICOS: 01701G RTO code: 2417
Certificate IICourse code: CHC20112
- External = 9 weeks
- Full-time internal = 9 weeks
11 units: 5 core; 6 elective
No minimum education
Life after Study
Community workers encourage and assist community groups to identify their needs, participate in decision-making and develop appropriate services and facilities to meet those needs.
Disability support workers provide care, supervision and support for people with disabilities in the home, residential establishments, clinics and hospitals. They also work with other health professionals to maximise the individual's physical and mental wellbeing. They also provide companionship and emotional support, and when possible promote independence and community participation.
Welfare workers work with individuals, families, groups and communities to improve quality of life by empowering, educating and supporting people and by helping them to change their social environment.