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CHC52021 Diploma of Community Services

The skills and knowledge you gain from this course will lead you to a rewarding career in the ever-growing Health & Community Services sector.
Our Diploma of Community Services has been designed to give you a broad range of units that can lead to the following employment opportunities, with wages ranging between $75k to $83k per annum:
• Case Worker
• Community Worker
• NDIS Assessor
• NDIS Support Worker
• Youth and Family Worker
• Residential Youth Worker
• Community Development Officer
• Centre Coordinator
• Community Engagement Officer
• Community & Recreation Officer
• Inclusion Officer.


If you are already working in Aged Care, Disability, or Home and Community, then this is the perfect course for you to upgrade your existing skills. Enquire about a special discounted price in recognition of your work experience.

Source: https://nationalindustryinsights.aisc.net.au/industries/health

Units of Competency (Core Units):

• CHCCCS004: Assess co-existing needs
• CHCCCS007: Develop and implement service programs
• CHCCCS019: Recognise and respond to crisis situations
• CHCCSM013: Facilitate and review case management
• CHCDEV005: Analyse impacts of sociological factors on people in community work and services
• CHCDFV001: Recognise and respond appropriately to domestic and family violence
• CHCDIV001: Work with diverse people
• CHCDIV002: Promote Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander cultural safety
• CHCLEG003: Manage legal and ethical compliance
• CHCMGT005: Facilitate workplace debriefing and support processes
• CHCPRP003: Reflect on and improve own professional practice
• HLTWHS003: Maintain work health and safety


• CHCDIS015: Develop and provide person-centred service responses
• CHCCOM003: Develop workplace communication strategies
• CHCDIV003: Manage and promote diversity
• CHCGRP002: Plan and conduct group activities
• CHCCSM012: Coordinate complex case requirements
• CHCCCS038: Facilitate the empowerment of people receiving support
• HLTINF006: Apply basic principles and practices of infection prevention and control
• BSBPEF502: Develop and use emotional intelligence

NB: 100 hours of Work Placement is required

Entry Requirements:

• Year 10 High School certificate or equivalent OR
• Certificate IV in a relevant qualification OR
• Mature aged student with relevant workplace experience
• English level: IELTS 6.0 or equivalent
• Basic computer skills and access to a desktop or laptop with sufficient internet speed to undertake online studies
• 120 hours of work placement is mandatory for this course and is undertaken upon 75% completion of course. Placement will be organised for the student.
The following is required for work placement:
o Blue Card (work or volunteering activities with children in Queensland)
o Yellow Card (work or volunteer with adults or children with disabilities in Queensland)
o National Police Certificate (Criminal History Check)
o Proof of COVID-19 Vaccinations may be required.
o First Aid Certificate

Course Fees:

Please see Price Lists in the bottom footer under ‘Quick Links’.
This course is also available for domestic high school based student delivery – enquire for more information on exclusive school prices to [email protected]

Start Dates:

Intakes commence the first Monday of each month

Course Duration:

24 months

Workplace requirements:

Blue Card, Current Police Check, First Aid Certificate, and Proof of Vaccinations may be required – additional costs apply.

Possible Career Outcomes:

NDIS Support Worker

Community & Recreation Manager

Community Centre Coordinator

GeSS Education in affiliation with our key RTO partner:

This qualification will be delivered by GeSS Education on behalf of our partner RTO, CBC Institute (Provider code 0095), under a third-party arrangement. CBC Institute will issue your qualification upon successful completion of your course. Please see Terms & Conditions within Student Handbook for further details.

Australian University partner includes:


To enquire please fill in the form and we will send you further information and an enrolment link. If you wish to package with a University offer, please let us know in the message section.

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