There are 8 courses available within the Hobart area for people who want to become a family support worker.
Possible job outcomes:
The Diploma of Community Services is suitable for students seeking careers in community services, case management or social housing and delivering services to individuals, groups and communities. The Diploma qualification is divided into three specialisations, covering units of competency in Case Management, Social Housing and Statutory and Forensic Child, Youth and Family Welfare depending on the specialisation selected by the student. Learn more.
The Certificate IV in Mental Health (CHC43315) is for students wanting to work or volunteer providing support to people affected by mental illness or have a psychiatric disability. Students complete 15 units which focus heavily on foundation interpersonal skills such as building relationships, working collaboratively, and working with diverse cultural groups. Additionally, students graduate with practical skills and knowledge in trauma informed care, drug and alcohol issues affecting mental health and staying safe at work. To graduate and receive the qualification, each student must complete at least 80 hours of relevant work.
The Certificate IV in Mental Health (CHC43315) is a nationally recognised training qualification and part of the official Community Services Training Package. Learn more.
The Diploma of Counselling is suitable for students seeking careers as counsellors working with clients on personal and psychological issues using established counselling modalities. Students graduate ready to work in supported counselling roles in established agencies rather than in independent practice. Students will learn about communication, micro-counselling and interviewing skills and how to draw on varied counselling therapies to assist clients. Learn more.
A Certificate IV in Community Services CHC42015 is great for students seeking careers as community service workers. Students gain core interpersonal and relationship building skills as well as the knowledge to work legally and ethically in Australia. There is also scope within the qualification to pursue interest areas like mental health, suicide and bereavement support, domestic violence, and addictions.
The Certificate IV in Community Services CHC42015 is a nationally recognised training qualification and part of the official Community Services Training Package. Learn more.
A Diploma of Youth Work CHC50413 is perfect for students seeking a career supporting and mentoring young people. Students graduate with the skills and knowledge required to organise youth programs, activities, and events as well as assist youth in crisis or with mental health issues.
The Diploma of Youth Work CHC50413 is a nationally recognised training qualification and part of the official Community Services Training Package. Learn more.
A Diploma of Mental Health CHC53315 is perfect for students seeking careers as community services workers supporting people with mental health issues. Students learn about working collaboratively, maintaining personal safety, helping people affected by drugs and alcohol, facilitating recovery, as well as managing grief and trauma.
The Diploma of Mental Health CHC53315 is a nationally recognised training qualification and part of the official Community Services Training Package. Learn more.
If you are called to career in child protection, family support and juvenile justice you’ll find no better entry point than a nationally recognised Diploma of Child, Youth and Family Intervention. You’ll be equipped to work with children and young people suffering trauma and attachment issues, as well as respond to children at-risk and living in domestic violence situations. Enquire now to check out the full unit outline and funding opportunities. Learn more.
The CHC81215 Graduate Certificate in Statutory Child Protection is for advanced level child protection workers who need the skills to carry out child protection risk assessments and develop complex case strategies. Over 12-24 months of study you will be honing your leadership, counselling and relationship building skills — and learning how to manage and monitor child protection orders. The course also covers: out of home care, domestic and family violence, child safety strategies.
Enquire now for the list of study units, entry requirements, and enrolment locations near you. Learn more.
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To become a family support worker in Hobart, you may want to consider completing the Diploma of Community Services. This qualification will equip you with the skills and knowledge necessary for a career in this industry.
You can train to become a family support worker by completing a qualification with National College Australia (established in 2004) or TrainSmart Australia (established in 2007). Find a course provider near you. Once you make an enquiry, a course advisor will get in touch to discuss your study options and course fees.
You can study a family support worker course in Hobart through online or through distance learning, which are a popular method of training as you can learn from the comfort of your own home and complete the course at your own pace. Find a course provider that best suits your needs.
Here are some potential career pathways within child welfare, youth and family intervention and youth work. Click on an occupation to learn more about the role and the qualifications that can help you get started in this industry.
Child Welfare, Youth and Family Intervention
Residential Care Worker
$960 weekly pay
Youth Case Worker
Youth Support Worker
Child Safety Officer
$1,150 weekly pay
Family Support Worker
$1,340 weekly pay
Youth Crisis Counsellor
Youth Justice Officer
$1,250 weekly pay
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