Qualifications Enrolling Until 10 November

The Australian Institute of Social Relations is one of the state’s leading community services providers. We deliver quality, professional and supportive educational experiences for people seeking a rewarding career and eligible students are considered for work placements with Relationships Australia SA. We are currently accepting enrolments until Thursday, 10 November. Please contact us at 08 8245 8100 or info@aisr.edu.au to discuss your individual training needs.

Nationally Recognised Qualifications currently enrolling now:

CHC40413 Certificate IV in Youth Work
Take a step towards a new, exciting and fulfilling career by enrolling in the Certificate IV in Youth Work. The Institute will support you and your learning. Develop skills to facilitate and co-ordinate projects for young people in a range of community based settings. Contribute to the positive wellbeing of vulnerable young people.

Work placements for our Certificate IV in Youth Work students are available with Future Youth Initiative at Relationships Australia SA. A current child-related employment screening from DCSI (within the last 12 months) is required before commencing work placement.

CHC43515 Certificate IV in Mental Health Peer Work
The Certificate IV in Mental Health Peer Work will build your skills for a career in the fastest growing industry in Australia. Peer workers build upon their lived experience of mental health problems, to develop work relevant expertise. Successful completion of this qualification will result in a nationally recognised qualification in mental health and the opportunity to make a real impact!

If you are currently working or wish to work as a consumer or carer peer worker (paid or unpaid), this qualification is for you!

CHC43315 Certificate IV in Mental Health
If you are seeking to develop specialist skills to work with people impacted by mental health problems, this qualification will open these doors for you.

You will learn about the social determinants of mental health as well as develop skills to provide community based programs that strengthen personal community wellbeing. This program also explores the needs of families dealing with mental health issues.

A structured workplace learning component is included to deliver practical, on-the-job skills.

CHC 32015 Certificate III in Community Services
If you want to work in community services and provide support to individuals and groups, this qualification is for you. The Cert III in Community Services aims to provide participants with the skills and knowledge to respond to clients; identify presenting needs; and refer to services and support. This qualification reflects the role of entry level community services workers who support individuals through the provision of person-centred services under the direction of others.

The Certificate III in Community Services can provide entry-level job opportunities, but many students go on to study higher level courses before gaining employment.

CHC42015 Certificate IV in Community Services
This nationally recognised qualification will enable you to work as a support worker, case worker, client contact officer or community development worker in either a paid or voluntary capacity! Community service workers design and deliver person-centred services to individuals and/or groups.

You will provide support, advocacy or interventions to individual clients, groups or communities across a range of services in over 50 occupations!

Learn about the key issues common to all areas of community services work such as, mental health, family and domestic violence and working with cultural diversity. Students can select a focus area specific to their interest or current work.

CHC52015 Diploma of Community Services
This qualification is designed for people wishing to extend their existing skillset and move into managing, co-ordinating and/or delivering person-centred services to individuals, groups and communities. At this level, you will work autonomously under broad directions from senior management, and may be responsible for the supervision of other workers and volunteers and/or case management, program coordination or the development of new service and program opportunities.

With your Diploma of Community Services you will be eligible to pursue any career in community services that involves direct client work, community education or development projects. You will graduate with a set of multifaceted skills to effectively design and deliver community service programs.

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