CHC40313 - CERTIFICATE IV IN CHILD, YOUTH AND FAMILY INTERVENTION
This qualification reflects the role of those who work in youth and family intervention, including practice specialisations in residential and out of home care, family support and early intervention. Workers operate under a broad supervision framework and within clearly defined organisational guidelines, service plans and position specifications.
It is beneficial but not essential for students to have access to a workplace while undertaking this qualification. However, in order to pursue the qualification applicants must:
- Be 18 years or over;
- Be sufficiently proficient in English (read, write and speak) to be able to work successfully in a highly regulated environment;
- Have satisfactorily completed a minimum of year 11 or equivalent.
For learners that require support in language, literacy or numeracy, alternative training and assessment methods may be used (reasonable adjustment) or would be recommended to Foundation Skills qualification.
Facilitate individual service planning and delivery
Use communication to build relationships
Confirm client developmental status
Work with diverse people
Promote Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander cultural safety
Work legally and ethically
Identify and respond to children and young people at risk
Work collaboratively to maintain an environment safe for children and young people
Work within a practice framework
Participate in workplace health and safety
Facilitate responsible behaviour
Facilitate family intervention strategies
Provide parenting, health and wellbeing education
Provide primary residential care
Support people to improve relationships
Work effectively in trauma-informed care
You are advised to identify your delivery method prior to enrolling in the qualification. Christa College offers the following delivery modes for this qualification:
- Face-to-Face Delivery – It involves structured classroom-based training in a simulated work environment. Each session will allow enough time for the students to learn the topic, undertake practice opportunities and complete / submit set tasks required for assessment purposes.
- Self-paced Learning – Self-paced learning involves the learner undertaking learning and assessment tasks between face- to-face consultations. The extent of self-paced learning is determined by each individual learner and is communicated through the trainer and assessor.
On the Job learning – On the job learning occurs when the learner undertakes placement and structured training within their workplace which is delivered by a workplace supervisor, manager, colleague or workplace trainer.
Other Qualifications Offered by Christa College:
Certificate III in Education Support
Certificate III in Individual Support
Diploma of Counselling
Certificate IV in Mental Health
Certificate IV in Disability
Certificate IV in Ageing Support
Diploma of Community Services
Diploma of Early Childhood Education and Care
Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care
Provide cardiopulmonary resuscitation
Learners are required to complete 120 hours of practical placement at the end of the study.
Student records are managed securely and confidentially and are available for student perusal.
Please note: Certificate will be issued once payment of the final account is made.
Quality training materials and excellent student support;
Scheduled face-to-face training sessions;
User friendly course materials/manuals;
Assessment of each module and assistance in gathering evidence;
Issued nationally recognised training;
For further information about our services please see your Student Handbook.
Students are expected to attend all scheduled classes. If a student is not available to attend a class for any reason,
they are to contact their trainers prior to making any other arrangements.
You are advised to read through the unit manual and practice knowledge between sessions.
Students are advised to apply the skills learned in the training sessions to their work tasks.
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