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The 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.
Inspire’s CHC52015 Diploma of Community Services (Case Management) training will give you the core skills and experience you need, to pursue a large range of roles across a wide variety of community care organisations, whether their focus is on youth support, aged care, mental health, child protection, correctional service, welfare, or health persons at risk.
The Community Services course specialising in Case Management will certify that you have the essential skills and knowledge required to provide case management services to a wide range of clients, including children and young people, families, older people, clients from culturally diverse backgrounds, and many more.
Turn your passion for serving the community into a full career with one of the most sought after qualifications in the growing community services industry!
Where Can the Diploma of Community Services (Case Management) Take Your Career?
As the most current nationally recognised and accredited community services training course, this qualification with a specialisation in Case Management is ideal for anyone who wants a rewarding career in community services.
You can pursue a wide variety of roles after completing the Diploma course in Community Services, including:
- Case coordinator
- Care manager
- Care coordinator
- Case manager
Looking at Australia’s social worker jobs outlook and community service-related jobs outlook will give you a glimpse of the jobs you can take on—possible tasks, salary information, skill level required, and industry growth forecast. Click on the links to explore where the Diploma of Community Services can take you.
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|CHC52015||Diploma of Community Services (Case Management)|
Expected Study Hours:
|12 months||Up to 990 hours (including Vocational Placement)|
|Online Self-Paced Course||Start any time for Online Self-Paced!|
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Course Delivery Options
Inspire Education (RTO# 32067) delivers the CHC52015 Diploma of Community Services online, and through Mixed Mode Delivery. This means students complete their course at their own pace, using Inspire’s online student portal. Delivery includes face-to-face webinars, self-paced study, directed research, and online learning and assessment materials and activities.
Online study is ideal if you want to learn according to your own schedule, and gain your qualification as fast as you can. You can study at your own pace with full trainer support throughout your studies. Your course materials are accessed online, so you are free to work on your course in your own time, from anywhere in Australia.
This online Diploma Community Services course can be studied from anywhere in Australia, including Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide, and Perth – as well as other cities, remote communities, or anywhere with internet access.
Being online, this CHC52015 course has a rolling intake throughout the year. This means you can enrol and start your course straight away, or on your preferred start date.
Please read our policies and procedures in the Inspire student handbook before enrolling by clicking here.
Course Duration: You will have up to 12 months starting from your commencement date to complete the Self-Paced Online course. Students can enrol anytime during the year under this delivery method.
What Will You Learn in the Community Services Course?
The Diploma of Community Services online course will prepare you for a rewarding career in the community services industry.
You will learn how to fulfil the critical functions of case management as workers involved in the managing, coordinating, and/or delivering of person-centered services to individuals, groups, and communities, and contributing to the community services industry.
Other critical skills and knowledge you will learn are 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.
In the Case Management specialisation of the CHC52015, your additional focus will be on how to provide case management supervision, facilitate workplace debriefing and support processes, and also lead and manage team effectiveness.
Additionally, throughout our Community Services course you will learn more general skills to help you work and communicate effectively in the community services sector, follow and improve professional practice, and undertake project work.
There are no entry requirements for this course; however, it is recommended that students:
- Are at least 18 years old
- Have sound language and literacy skills (at least Year 10 English, or equivalent)
- Have basic computer skills
Students are required to:
- Obtain a Unique Student Identifier (USI)
- Provide a valid ID with his/her picture and signature
- Undertake a Language, Literacy and Numeracy Evaluation
- Undertake a Personal Learning Plan Evaluation before accessing the course materials and commencing studies
All students considering a self-paced online course should give consideration to the following prior to enrolment:
- Ability to access any required technologies
- Information technology skills in accessing and using online programs
- Experience and self-motivation to learn on their own
- Competing pressures, such as work and family commitments, that may impact self-paced study time
The Diploma of Community Services reflects the roles of community services, case management workers involved in the managing, coordinating and/or delivering of person-centered services to individuals, groups and communities.
Once enrolled, you may also consider additional training to complement your case management skills, with courses such as:
The CHC52015 Diploma of Community Services (Case Management) is made up of 16 units in total which covers 8 core units and 8 elective units, including the required electives to specialise in case management.
CHCCCS007 – Develop and implement service programs
CHCCOM003 – Develop workplace communication strategies
CHCDEV002 – Analyse impacts of sociological factors on clients in community work and services
CHCDIV003 – Manage and promote diversity
CHCLEG003 – Manage legal and ethical compliance
CHCMGT005 – Facilitate workplace debriefing and support processes
CHCPRP003 – Reflect on and improve own professional practice
HLTWHS004 – Manage work health and safety
The following electives are required to gain a specialisation in case management.
Case Management Specialisation Units:
CHCCCS004 – Assess co-existing needs
CHCCSM004 – Coordinate complex case requirements
CHCCSM005 – Develop, facilitate and review all aspects of case management
CHCCSM006 – Provide case management supervision
Additional electives have been chosen to complete your course and ensure you have a holistic and flexible set of skills for the community services industry.
Other Elective Units:
BSBPMG522 – Undertake project work
BSBWOR502 – Lead and manage team effectiveness
BSBWOR501 – Manage personal work priorities and professional development
BSBADM502 – Manage meetings
Resources Provided by Inspire
To support you in your online Community Services course, Inspire will provide:
- Access to a student account in the Learning Management System (LMS) for submission
- Learning Materials and Assessment Workbooks
- Simulations, where applicable
- Templates for completing Project Documents
Resources Supplied by the Student
To complete your online Community Services course, you will need to arrange access to:
- Computer with:
- Internet access through Google Chrome
- MS Word, PowerPoint, or equivalent applications
- Adobe Acrobat Reader
- At least five (5) people who have email accounts
- At least four (4) volunteers for the role-play task
- A video-recording device (e.g. mobile phone with video and audio recording capabilities, webcam, digital camera, etc.)
Course Outline & Structure
Inspire Education has clustered the CHC52015 to create a more effective and easy to follow learning experience. By grouping together similar course units, we have minimised the amount of repetitive course work you have to do to gain your qualification.
This means that you only need to complete 7 workbooks to complete your course instead of studying and submitting requirements for each unit individually.
You will complete a Personal Learning Plan Evaluation as part of your enrolment. You will then be provided with a training plan that identifies your Cohort, taking into account your existing level of relevant knowledge and skills. The amount of training and support required for each learner will vary on these 4 Cohorts:
- Beginner (Full Study Model) – Limited relevant knowledge or skill in the competence contained in this qualification. No recent related industry experience. Study hours is up to 990 hours
- Intermediate (Partial Study Model) – Moderate relevant knowledge and skill with limited recent related industry experience. Study hours is up to 830 hours
- Advanced (Partial Recognition Pathway) – Extensive relevant knowledge and skill with recent related industry work experience of 1 year or more. Study hours is up to 630 hours
- Expert (Assessment only) – Current industry experience of 2 or more years and extensive relevant knowledge and skill. These candidates are recommended to undertake a full recognition pathway. Study hours is up to 504 hours
Expected Study Hours: There are up to 990 study hours for this course (including Vocational Placement), depending on your industry experience and relevant knowledge.
Assessment is conducted using a combination of Questioning (e.g. written/oral questions, interviews, self-evaluation, and questionnaires), Product-based Methods (e.g. reports, displays, work samples, role plays, presentations, and outputs), Portfolio (e.g. written documents, photographs, videos, logbooks), Direct Observation (e.g. assessments in real-time in the workplace or in a simulated off-the-job situation that reflects the workplace), and Third-Party Evidence (e.g. observation, skills workbook, workplace assessment workbook, logbook, and third-party reports)
Due to units containing mandatory workplace skills component, students will undertake a minimum of 100 hours to a maximum of 240 hours of vocational placement within a registered and approved organisation. Students are required to complete Subjects 1-6 before entering their Vocational Placement.
Important: Please read the requirements for the Diploma of Community Services when choosing a location for your Vocational Placement here >> Vocational Placement Requirements
Your Vocational Placement Provider must provide access to:
- At least three (3) clients with access to services based on socio-cultural information gathered
- Organisational policies and procedures
- Workplace documents
- Two (2) workers in the vocational placement facility
- Use of suitable facilities, equipment, and resources
Note: Students may be required to complete a Police Check, Blue Card or Working With Children Check prior to commencing their vocational placement at their chosen facility. Any costs will be shouldered by the student. For students planning to do their vocational placement in Queensland, the National Health and Medical Research Council recommends immunisation for hepatitis A, hepatitis B, and influenza. Similar regulations in other states and territories may also apply to you.
Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)
Inspire Education has a Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) Policy to ensure that an individual’s prior learning, achieved through formal and informal training, work experience or other life experiences, is appropriately recognised. This recognition may assist students to progress faster through a unit of competency, or allow the student full credit.
See the RPL Guide for more information on this process and how to apply.
Once you’ve gained the Diploma of Community Service, you will now be able to start a career in community services. Career information provided by My Skills includes the following job outcomes:
- Community Services Case Manager
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