With the Counselling Pathway Certificate, you will learn how to work effectively in the community sector, support individual health and emotional well-being, work in a structured counselling framework, learn how to determine the suitability of a client for counselling services and so much more.
The nationally recognised CHC52015 Diploma of Community Services will teach you how help a large range of people including children, youth, families, adults and the elderly. The skills you learn will enable you to work in a large range of job roles in community services from home care and residential care in the disability and aged care sector, to case management, welfare, NDIS, youth work, mental health services, children and family services, drug and alcohol addiction support and more.
The Certificate in Counselling is an internationally accredited course that will teach you how to help people through counselling while understanding the human mind. You will learn how to counsel people including close dealing with anger issues, grief and loss, stress, crisis situations, depression and more. The psychology modules will also help you understand neurological and environmental effects on behaviour, abnormal behaviour, personality, needs, drive and motivation. and more.