Certificate II in Community Services
Australian Institute of Flexible Learning
|Campus||Mid Year Intake?||Study Mode||Entry Requirements|
|Corryong||Yes||External, Flexible Delivery, Part-time internal||
No minimum education
This qualification is part of the Community Services Training Package. It 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.
Subjects you can Study
Core: Provide first point of contact; Communicate and work in health or community services; Work with diverse people; Participate in workplace health and safety; Organise and complete daily work activities. Electives: Work within a community development framework; Promote Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander cultural safety; Ensure the health and safety of children; Be an effective volunteer; Comply with infection prevention and control policies and procedures; plus more.
About Australian Institute of Flexible LearningEstablished in 2005, Australian Institute of Flexible Learning is a Registered Training Organisation that offers courses in training and assessment, business, health, community services and aged care. The AIFL offers all of its courses either online, flexible delivery or face to face, class room based delivery. RTO code: 21579
Certificate IICourse code: CHC22015
- External = 1 year
- Flexible Delivery = 1 year
- Part-time internal = 1 year
9 units: 5 core; 4 elective
No minimum education
Life after Study
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