Community Care Courses

Want a job that makes a difference, every day?  Looking after people at risk is one of the greatest gifts you can offer.  Inspire delivers Australia’s most sought-after qualification online, the Diploma of Community Services (Case Management)

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Australia's most popular advanced community service qualification

Diploma Of Community Services (Case Management)

The CHC52015 Diploma of Community Services (Case Management) is Australia’s latest community services training course. It is ideal for those who want to develop their career in the community services industry by gaining the latest nationally accredited qualification for case management and community workers.

Frequently Asked Questions

What types of jobs can people completing community care courses normally pursue?

Holding a qualification in early childhood education and care is the minimum standard to work in many types of community care services in Australia.

You can typically apply for the following community care jobs:

  • Case coordinator
  • Care manager
  • Care coordinator
  • Case manager

What main skills will I learn when I complete a course in community care?

Our Diploma of Community Service (Case Management) course will teach you how to fulfill the critical functions of case management.

Learn the Australian legal and ethical frameworks you need to follow as a community service worker, how to develop, facilitate and review all aspects of case management, and how to develop and implement service programs as a member of the community services industry.

How long will it take me to complete a community care qualification?

The diploma of community care course has up to 990 study hours for this course (including Vocational Placement), depending on your industry experience and relevant knowledge.

What evidence can I submit if I want to apply for Recognition of Prior Learning for a course in community service??

If you wish to apply RPL for qualifications in community care, the examples of acceptable evidences are the following:

  1. Course transcripts, statement of attainment, and certificates
  2. References and documentation of your previous work responsibilities
  3. Work samples

To apply, simply indicate on your enrolment form that you wish to receive RPL. An RPL Assessor will contact you to check your eligibility for each unit and explain what you need to submit. The amount of RPL you receive will depend on the evidence you provide and any remaining assessment can be completed through gap training.

Is vocational (work) placement required, and where should I get a placement?

Yes. vocational (work) placement is required if you wish to complete your diploma course in community service.

To view what is required by your Vocational Placement Provider, click here: Vocational Placement FAQs

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The resources were narrative but sometimes I was unable to find answers. Teachers were there to assist me by rephrasing the questions.
I completed the Diploma of Community Services. Being a mum of twins was really challenging to finish it but if you set goals you have to succeed them. Inspire eduction teachers are always there to assist.

Eleftheria Sachinidou – Diploma of Community Services
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