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.
Practical placement is a mandatory requirement of this qualification students will need to complete 120 hours.
This practical placement will not only assist in developing work-ready skills but will also help to consolidate the skills and knowledge for some units.
Course Payment Options
This course is offered as a full-fee paying course (or with a discounted rate for ONCALL staff) or through the Australian Government's Skills First Funding.
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There are no prerequisites for this nationally recognized qualification.
There are no barriers to entry based on age (other than post-school students over 16), gender, social or educational background. Students need to be able-bodied and have the physical capacity to undertake the practical application of the program.
The student should have foundation skills at the ACSF levels listed below. This is tested during our Pre-training review. Each student is required to complete the Language, Literacy & Numeracy assessment to determine what level they are currently working at & if they are suitable to proceed with this qualification. Where students do not have skills, they may be provided with additional support to develop their literacy and numeracy skills to this level if appropriate, or alternatively, they will be provided information on other more appropriate courses.
Learners are required to comply with Evidence of enrolments at the time of enrolment with ONCALL Training College. Students are required to provide appropriate forms of IDs to confirm their eligibility to enrol in this course. Students are required to apply for unique student identification (USI) number while their study period in Australia and this information will be handed to the students at the time of orientation (www.usi.gov.au).
This qualification requires a basic understanding and use of computers and the internet. Support will be provided as required to develop the student's skills.
Workshops, 9:00 am – 4.30 pm 1 day per week for 16 weeks.
This course will be delivered using a blended delivery methodology. The blended methodology employed by ONCALL Training College will include an intensive face-to-face classroom training session including a theoretical and practical component along with online and self-study, which will be delivered at our Nunawading and Surrey Hills locations.
For group sessions, we can conduct this training at our ONCALL Training Colleges, Nunawading and Surrey Hills or a location suitable to your home or place of business in Victoria.
ONCALL Training College offers you a Payment Plan, which enables you to pay for the course over its duration. Your first instalment is required as part of the enrolment process. Following commencement, you will be debited electronically each week until the completion of your payment plan. Payment Plan: Fee for service paid over $200 weekly instalments
1st Payment $200 at enrolment
2nd Payment $200 one week after first workshop
Each subsequent payment of $200 will occur every week to the completion of the payment plan.