Certificate IV in Child, Youth and Family Intervention
Spectrum Organization Association Inc, The
|Campus||Mid Year Intake?||Study Mode||Entry Requirements|
|Lawton||No||External, Flexible Delivery, Full-time internal, Part-time internal||
No minimum education
This qualification is part of the Community Services Training Package. It reflects the role of those who work in youth and family intervention, including practice specialisations in residential and out of home care, family support and early intervention. Where appropriate, electives may be chosen to provide a qualification with a specialisation in these areas.
Subjects you can Study
Core: Establish and monitor a case plan; Use targeted communication skills to build relationships; Confirm client developmental status; Identify and respond to children and young people at risk; Work collaboratively to maintain an environment safe for children and young people; plus more. Electives: Facilitate responsible behaviour; Facilitate family intervention strategies; Assist families to self manage contact; Work effectively in trauma informed care; plus more.
About Spectrum Organization Association Inc, TheEstablished in 1991, The Spectrum Organization Association Inc is a Registered Training Organisation. The provider believes everyone should have access to quality and accessible learning programs and that's why they design, build and deliver flexible training programs with student needs in mind. They facilitate training programs in their training room, in workplaces, on-line or a combination of on-line and face-to-face. Their on-line learning platform The Training Room is fast and accessible ensuring students can access learning materials, on any device and in a manner that suits them. Spectrum Training aims to assist students to achieve their learning goals. RTO code: 2441
Certificate IVCourse code: CHC40313
- Flexible Delivery
- Full-time internal
- Part-time internal
16 units: 10 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.
Early childhood educators care for the social, emotional, physical and educational needs of infants and young children in various care settings.
House parents are concerned with all the tasks relating to the personal care, boarding accommodation, meals, study, recreation and weekend activities of children and adolescents in a residential establishment. They usually live in or near the boarding establishment.