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Launch your career in Community Services

Do you have great people skills? Do you have a passion for helping others?
Do you want to make a difference? 

We offer three community services qualifications.  

These qualifications are the path to a rewarding and fulfilling career in community services. Your knowledge and skills will equip you to support, empower, inspire and advocate for individuals and communities to improve their wellbeing. 

You will learn from experienced practitioners who will support you at every stage of your learning. 

Our knowledge, experience and reputation will ensure you graduate ready to secure employment in this important field. 

Let’s find the right course for you… 

  Certificate III  Certificate IV  Diploma

Learning Mode 

Blended learning

Duration

9 months

12 months

12 months

Interactive learning days (face-to-face)

9 days

11 days

10 days

Weekly study hours 5  5-10  10-15 
Location Adelaide (Hindmarsh) 
Entry Requirements

All applicants will be assessed for suitability. Each applicant is required to undertake an online language, literacy and numeracy (LLN) assessment.   

The online LLN tool is designed to assess your Language, Literacy (understanding how to use reading, writing, listening and speaking for a purpose and in context) and Numeracy skills. 

 This short test will give the Institute insight into the right level of study for you. After the test, you will have time to review the results and discuss enrolment with our Enrolments & Training Coordinator.  

Work placement requirements None  Minimum 50 hours  Minimum 100 hours  
Employment Opportunities Common job titles include: 

  • Case Worker 
  • Prevention Worker 
  • Home-Based Care Worker 
  • Disability Worker 
  • Community Services Worker 
  • Welfare Worker 
  • Early Intervention Worker

 

Common job titles include: 

  • Counsellor 
  • Community Worker 
  • Case Worker 
  • Prevention Worker 
  • Home-Based Care Worker 
  • Disability Worker 
  • Welfare Worker 
  • Early Intervention Worker
Common job titles include: 

  • Case coordinator 
  • Case manager 
  • Client Service Assessor 
  • Coordinator Welfare/Family Services 
  • Welfare Worker 
  • Crisis/Early intervention Coordinator 
  • Community Worker 
  • Counsellor 
  • Disability Worker

Tuition Fees*

Full Fee: $3,500 

Gap Fee (SA Govt. Subsidy): $850
(total gap fee reduces to $850 if you are eligible for SA Government subsidy).

Gap Fee (JobTrainer): $155.00
(total gap fee reduces to $155.00 if you are eligible for JobTrainer).

Full Fee: $5,000  

Gap Fee (SA Govt. Subsidy): $1,000
(total gap fee reduces to $1,000 if you are eligible for SA Government subsidy).

Gap Fee (JobTrainer): $233.75
(total gap fee reduces to $233.75 if you are eligible for JobTrainer).

Full Fee: $6,500 

Gap Fee (SA Govt. Subsidy): $1,125
(total gap fee reduces to $1125 if you are eligible for SA Government subsidy).

Gap Fee (JobTrainer): $336.25
(total gap fee reduces to $336.25 if you are eligible for JobTrainer).

*These courses are subsidised through the Australian and South Australian governments. Eligibility and subsidy criteria apply. To check your eligibility visit www.skills.sa.gov.au. More details on all our subsidised courses and eligibility criteria here.

All enquiries regarding tuition fees and payment schedules should be directed to admin@aisr.edu.au. 

Ready to enrol? 

See all information and enrol here:

Certificate III  Certificate IV  Diploma

Have more questions? 

Talk to one of our friendly staff members at a time that suits you.  

Email: admin@aisr.edu.au | Call: 08 8216 8100


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