Community Services

Community services workers work with individuals, groups and communities to identify what social, emotional, psychological, practical and other supports people need to deal with life’s difficulties and challenges. They encourage and assist people to access those services and advocate social justice. Community Service workers have a powerful effect on the lives of individuals and on the way our society deals with social changes, challenges and issues.

“I wanted to do the course because there is a need for support workers to work with deaf clients in the community.

“I would highly recommend the courses as they not only gave me a great deal of knowledge, but also an experience which has resulted in my personal growth."

"Thank you to TAFE and all the staff for helping me choose and develop my career pathway."

In such a short time I was able to practice my newly acquired skills in the industry!

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Are you interested in a job where you get to make people’s lives better each every day?

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Please note that this course is currently only available to students who are working in the industry. This formal qualification pr

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Are you ready for a career giving support to a common illness?

Community services workers work with individuals, groups and communities to identify what social, emotional, psychological, practical and other...

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Do you want to make a lifelong difference at the start of life?

Working in disability services offers challenges but the rewards are personally fulfilling.

A qualification in children’s services can be very rewarding and engaging as you become part of a child’s growth and development and help them...

A career in education support is fulfilling and will challenge you as you help to support children to develop confidence, new skills and...

These courses are all about training the trainer. Facilitate, maintain and enhance professional practice through competency-based assessment.

Page last updated August 02, 2016