The Diploma of Community Services Coordination is made up of 14 units: 7 core units and 7 elective units.
|CHCADMIN508B||Manage limited budgets and financial accountabilities|
|CHCCOM504B||Develop, implement and promote effective workplace communication|
|CHCCS502C||Maintain legal and ethical work practices|
|CHCCS505B||Provide supervision support to community sector workers|
|CHCCS513C||Maintain an effective community sector work environment|
|CHCINF505D||Meet statutory and organisation information requirements|
|HLTWHS401A||Maintain workplace WHS processes|
|Elective Units for Standard Qualification|
|PSPMNGT605B||Manage diversity (Standard)|
|CHCCOM403A||Use targeted communication skills to build relationships (Standard)|
|CHCCS503B||Develop, implement and review services and programs to meet client needs (Standard)|
|CHCAD402D||Support the interests, rights and needs of clients within duty of care requirements (Standard)|
|CHCORG406C||Supervise work (Standard)|
|CHCCS512C||Develop a service delivery strategy|
|CHCORG506E||Coordinate the work environment|
|CHCINF408C||Comply with information requirements of the aged care and community care sectors|
|CHCAC317A||Support older people to maintain their independence|
|CHCYTH402C||Work effectively with young people in the youth work context|
|CHCYTH506B||Provide services for young people appropriate to their needs and circumstances|
|CHCDIS301C||Work effectively with people with a disability|
|CHCDIS410A||Facilitate community participation and inclusion|
Candidates for the Diploma of Community Services Coordination should:
Candidates must be working in this industry. If you are not working in the community services sector but you are confident that this course is right for you, contact the Training Manager to discuss your case.
You can complete the Diploma of Community Services Coordination online using the online learning platform.
It’s easy, fast and flexible!
A distance learning program offers the same flexibility as an online course but involves hard copy books instead of the online platform.
Distance education lets you complete the course at your own pace.
It’s easy, fast and perfect for those who prefer learning from a book.
Mix online learning with distance learning. Study from the books but complete the assessments online. What’s more…you only pay the same course fee.
We also offer classroom-based community services coordination courses. Contact us to register your interest for a classroom-based course.
Study anywhere in Australia
Study distance or online anywhere in Australia. Course materials are delivered at no extra charge to students in all capital cities: Sydney (NSW), Canberra (ACT), Melbourne (Victoria), Perth (WA), Adelaide (SA), Brisbane (QLD), Hobart (TAS) and Darwin (NT).
Students in remote areas may be charged a small postage fee.
Competency-based learning focuses on the learner’s ability to perform selected tasks for the job role(s) which this course has been designed for.
There are no tests. Students are required to complete a range of assessments that will prove whether a student is ‘competent’ or ‘not yet competent’. The Diploma of Community Services Coordination has been designed to ensure that you have the skills, knowledge and attitudes required to ‘do the job’.
Assessment methods may include:
We suggest you complete this course within 12 months. Every learner studies at a different pace and the requirements for each unit of competency will vary from anywhere from 20 to around 60 hours for a unit.
National College Australia recognises the skills and knowledge gained through previous studies and/or work experience. Options for recognition will be offered as part of the enrolment process.
Successful completion of the Diploma of Community Services Coordination could lead to advanced standing into a number of units of competency in CHC08 Certificate IV, Diploma and Advanced Diploma qualifications. You may also be eligible for advanced standing in university.
Some of the roles this community services coordination training will qualify you for: