Why study with TrainSmart Australia?
People employed within the Community Services sector are focused on improving the overall Health Care and Social Assistance amongst individuals, families, and communities. As a growing number of individuals, groups and communities are in need for social support and assistance, the community services industry is becoming one of the largest demand industries within Australia.
Increased funding and support are helping the sector to add essential resources, services, and online training for frontline staff. But at the same time, we need more qualified Community Services Workers to ensure vulnerable Australians have access to the support in the near and distant future.
And that’s where you come in.
If you have been considering working in Counselling, Mental Health, Youth Work, Aged-Care or any allied health course, now is the time to take that first step.
If you are a people-person and want a rewarding career where you can help others improve the quality of their lives, browse through our range Online Community Services courses to get started.
TrainSmart Australia offers nationally recognised Online Community Services courses suited towards students who want to gain specialised skills in assisting people who are vulnerable and need extra support.
All our Online Community Services courses will help you understand what it’s like to work in health services, basics of grief support and counselling, Aboriginal an/or Torres Strait Island cultural safety and more, as well as specialised skills and knowledge in the field of your chosen study.
Studying an online Community Services course at TrainSmart Australia allows you to…
- Add to your skillsets
- Gain qualifications that are in demand in the job market
- Develop specific skills and competencies
- Study in your own space, at your own pace
- Gain work-placement opportunities (we’ll help you find placement)
- Flexibility in payment options
- 1-to-1 trainer support – Access to a community of Professional Community Services Trainers
During your studies, we will offer continuous support as you progress through your course work. Studying within our Community Services Faculty, you will gain you access to our team of experienced, professional and friendly Community Services trainers to guide you through your course and provide you feedback on your valuable assessments. Our community service trainers are committed to seeing you learn, achieve your qualification and seeing you achieve your goals and career aspirations. Meet our Community Services Faculty trainers here.
The community services sector is continuing to grow into one of the largest industry areas within Australia. Job prospects within this industry are expected to grow from 1.7 million employed in 2019 to 1.9 million by 2024.
Counsellor – offer support to individuals suffering from trauma, personal loss, mental health, and abuse.
Youth Worker – lead, inspire and motivate young people towards finding their gifts and achieving their goals.
Drugs and Alcohol Support Worker – support individuals suffering from the grip of alcohol and drug addiction.
Community Worker – be a voice to people, groups and communities that are disadvantaged and need support
Mental Health Support Worker – develop positive relationships with individuals and their families to support them through their struggles and negative experiences