Certificate III in Community Services - SECOND YEAR (Partial Completion)
Get prepared for employment in the fastest growing workforce sector with an introduction to community services and health. Learn about and develop skills for a wide range of jobs including community services, client care and support. This course gives completion of the Certificate II in Community Services at the end of the first year and partial completion of the Certificate III in Community Services at the end of the second year.
33 weeks plus holiday block
One afternoon block of delivery each week, plus holiday block training during term 2 school holidays period.
Must provide USI number at point of enrolment
What you learn
Students will learn about the community services sector and explore specific contexts of work; they will develop skills in the communication, information provision and processing, administration support, networking and group support
What you get
Contribution towards VCE Major & VCE
Certificate II in Community Services is a portable qualification that can lead onto further training in the community services sector
Completion of Certificate II in Community Services
Materials to bring
Materials that are to be brought to class are to be purchased from the Campions Bookstore.
Please refer to the attached PDF document outlining the required resources
Flat closed-toe shoes
Clothing which is suitable for program activities and in line with South West TAFE's dress code
There is a strong industry involvement focus. Students are required to perform a work placement in the community services sector.
Contribution to the VCE
The VCE VET Community Services program provides a Unit 1-4 sequence for satisfactory completion purposes.Students undertaking this program are eligible for credit of up to five VCE VET units on their VCE Statement of Results: up to three units at Unit 1-2 level (depending on the electives chosen) and two units at 3-4 level.Students may accumulate VCE VET units over more than one year.
VCE VM students will complete a minimum of 180 nominal hours a year to obtain their senior secondary certificate.