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Child Welfare, Youth and Family Intervention Courses

Courses in child welfare, youth and family intervention offer critical training for working with clients at risk to improve living situations and provide emotional support.

Beginner courses

If you're new to child welfare, youth and family intervention, these courses are a great place to start.

22510VIC
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CHC32015
Online, On Campus, Distance, Workplace
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CHC42021
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CHC40421
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Advanced courses

These courses are best suited for those already in this field who wish to progress their career.

CHC50421
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CHC51015
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CHC52021
Online, On Campus, Workplace
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CHC50313
Online, On Campus
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CHC52015
Online, On Campus, Distance
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CHC81215
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CHC81115
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Job outcomes

Here are some potential job outcomes within child welfare, youth and family intervention. Click on an occupation to learn more about the role and the qualifications that can help you get started in this industry.

$960 weekly pay

$960 weekly pay

$1150 weekly pay

$1150 weekly pay

$1150 weekly pay

$1150 weekly pay

$1150 weekly pay

$1150 weekly pay

$1250 weekly pay

$1340 weekly pay

$1346 weekly pay

$1940 weekly pay

Government funding

The Australian government provides funding for students completing a qualification in high demand industries. To receive government funding, you need to find a subsidised course by an approved provider and make sure you meet the eligibility requirements.

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Further Reading

Child Welfare, Youth and Family Intervention articles

Monday, November 2, 2020

What can you do with a Diploma of Youth Work?

This course is suitable for people who want to have a positive impact on the lives of young people.

Tuesday, May 25, 2021

How to start a career in Youth Work

From helping clients overcome problems such as unemployment or homelessness to arranging support, youth work can be a very rewarding occupation.

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