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Certificate III in Community Services (CHC32015)



Target audience: This course reflects the role of entry level community services workers who provide support to individuals through the provision of person centred services. This training program requires participants to be currently working with, for, or in Aboriginal communities and to undertake the assessment activities within the workplace.

Course summary: This course has been developed in the Aboriginal context to ensure that all members of the workforce are trained with the same knowledge and skills whether they are Aboriginal or non-Aboriginal. The course focuses on nationally recognised, evidence-based and industry relevant training in front line alcohol and other drug (AOD) work. Participants will learn about:

Each model taught is a best-practice mainstream model adapted to be culturally relevant. All teaching is culturally appropriate and respects the knowledge and skills students currently have by encouraging them to explore and share their own experiences.

Fee payable: No

Delivery mode: Maximum duration of the course is one year with training occurring in one week study blocks for a total of five weeks of face-to-face training over a period of eight months.

Financial assistance for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students: Yes


Nunkuwarrin Yunti of South Australia Inc
Education and Training
80 South Terrace
Adelaide SA 5000
Ph: (08) 8168 8300
Fax: (08) 8212 6777
Email: Online form


Last updated: 19 July 2017
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