Now Enrolling: Nationally Recognised Qualifications & Short Courses

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.Our individual approach includes flexible payment plans and recognition pathways.

We are currently enrolling now for a September start. Please see the full list of Nationally Recognised Qualifications and Workforce Development Courses below. To discuss your training needs please contact us on 08 8245 8100.

Courses Available Nationally

CHC81115 Graduate Diploma of Family Dispute Resolution

The Australian Institute of Social Relations will deliver this qualification in partnership with Relationships Australia NSW.  Available Australia wide, with face-to-face intensives in both Adelaide and Sydney. To achieve this qualification you must complete 50 hours of mandatory work placement.

As a blended learning program, students will have free access to and be required to complete the following programs online:



Courses Available in South Australia

CHC52015 Diploma of Community Services
The Diploma in Community Services is delivered by experienced practitioners with expertise in mental health, counselling, family violence and working with cultural diversity. Suitable for those looking to take the next career step into team leading and managing, program coordination and delivering effective person-centred services.

CHC40413 Certificate IV in Youth Work

Take a step towards a rewarding career and contribute to the positive wellbeing of vulnerable young people. Develop skills to facilitate and co-ordinate projects for young people in a range of community-based settings.

CHC43315 Certificate IV in Mental Health

Develop specialist skills to work with people impacted by mental health problems. Explore the social determinants of mental health and develop skills to provide community-based programs that strengthen personal and community wellbeing. The needs of families dealing with mental health issues will also be explored.

CHC42015 Certificate IV in Community Services

Make a difference in your community! Explore the key issues common to all areas of community services work such as mental health, family and domestic violence and working with cultural diversity. This qualification enables you to work as a support worker, case worker, client contact officer or community development worker – in a paid or voluntary capacity.

CHC 32015 Certificate III in Community Services
The Certificate III in Community Services provides the skills and knowledge to work in a range of client-focused settings for those who want to make a difference. Pathways include youth work, disability, aged care, mental health, counselling and community development.

Workforce Development Short Courses

For a full listing of our Semester 2 Training Calendar click here.

Courses include:


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