CHC22015 Certificate II in Community Services
Are you looking to return to study or for a pathway into the Community Services workforce? Start on your path to a Community Services career with Mental Health Coordinating Council’s fully funded CHC22015 Certificate II in Community Services. This transition to work or study program will provide you with an introduction to community and mental health services and will allow you to build your skills and confidence for your future. This program has been funded by the NSW Ministry of Health and all places in the course are free for students.
You will learn essential knowledge and practical skills in the Community Services, including:
- Effective communication and decision making skills
- Using workplace technology
- Managing relationships and interactions in the workplace
- Organising and managing your daily work activities
- Managing stress at work
- Working in a trauma-informed way
- Supporting people who are in mental distress
Students who complete this course will be able to use it as a pathway into work or further study, including the CHC43515 Certificate IV in Mental Health Peer Work.
All of our students will be able to access one on one student support throughout the program. All students will also be able to access group study support and all successes will be celebrated.
All students are required to attend a compulsory information session as part of the registration process.
Who Should Enrol?
This course is aimed at people with a lived experience of mental health conditions and carers, who are looking to return to work or study at an introductory level.