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A Diploma of Community Services provides job security and a rewarding career

How would you like to attain skills and qualifications that ensure you will never be out of a job again? What about being able to come home from work every day with full peace of mind that you are helping to make a positive difference in people’s lives?

This is exactly what a Diploma of Community Services offers, and it takes just 12 months of your time to achieve. Community services is an industry that is bursting at the seams with a diverse range of promising roles.

There is no shortage of reputable organisations constantly searching for qualified, passionate and caring professionals who are eager to join their teams.

Whether you gravitate towards the public sector or the private sector; Community Services graduates find themselves spoilt for choice when it comes to exciting roles that match their individual skill sets, and allow them to be the drivers of meaningful societal change.

Here are some key insights to Australia’s community services sector

Since 2000, employment levels in community services have more than doubled. From social support and housing to child protection services and more; these are essential services which will always be a priority.

With approximately 1.7 million people employed in the community services sector last year, this number is projected to grow significantly in the next few years – which means right now is the ideal time to enrol in a Diploma of Community Services.

 

What does a Diploma of Community Services entail?

Want to know what it’s like studying Health & Community Services at TrainSmart? Our CHC52015 Diploma of Community Services can either be studied online or face-to-face in Western Australia.

You will complete 16 units, with practical assessments and 100 hours of work placement. Best of all, you will receive access to quality one-on-one support from highly experienced trainers who know the industry well, and flexible entry requirements ensure our courses are accessible to everyone. There are government subsidies available, as well as a variety of affordable payment options.

Enrol in a Diploma of Community Services today

Regardless of your personal circumstances, TrainSmart can help you attain valuable skills and qualifications for the community services sector, in a way that best suits you.

For further information, please download our brochure or contact us – we’d love to hear from you.

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