Information session – Every Tuesday morning at 10:00am on Campus.

Cert IV in Community Services

This course is run with a rolling intake. External only

Diploma of Community Services

This course is run with a rolling intake. External only

To check your eligibility for the WorkReady funding go to:

http://www.skills.sa.gov.au/training-learning/check-your-eligibility

Community services workers are typically employed by community centers and organizations that focus on community outreach and care. They are a type of human services worker, which is a term used to describe a wide array of jobs that focus on providing care, support and counseling to individuals dealing with issues such as adult daycare, substance abuse, human relationships and rehabilitation.

A community services worker’s clients often include pregnant teens, homeless people, families and the elderly. Most of a community services worker’s duties are conducted in an office environment, and potential employers may include halfway houses, housing programs supported by state and local governments and group homes.