CERTIFICATE IV IN CHILD, YOUTH AND FAMILY INTERVENTION
CHC40313 Certificate IV In Child, Youth And Family Intervention
What Kind of Employment Could My Course Lead To?
EMPLOYMENT OUTCOMES OF CERTIFICATE IV IN CHILD, YOUTH AND FAMILY INTERVENTION CAN INCLUDE:
- Residential Youth Workers
- Family Support Workers
- Child Safety Support Officers
- Disability Support Worker.
- Immigration Support and Resettlement Worker
- Case Worker
- Youth Worker
- Employment Services Support Worker
- Homelessness support worker
- Drug and Alcohol Support Worker
- Domestic and Family Violence Worker
Certificate IV Candidates will receive support from an allocated trainer throughout their training. Candidates will provided with direct contact details for their trainer.
How Long Will The Course Take?
Certificate IV in Child, Youth and Family Intervention is a self-paced program so the time to complete depends on the rate of submission. It is anticipated the process will take up to a year and is mostly dependent on you completing the assessment so that your assessor can review it. We will move at your pace and support you to set achievable goals.
Who Are My Trainers?
Our team of industry professionals is led by David Bradford, a former QUT Lecturer, Director of Training and Specialist Support Branch of Child Safety, Director of Operational Training in the Department of Communities.
BIAE admin will be responsible for scheduling and negotiating training dates and delivery suitable to your workplace and/or personal situation.
What You Need to Know
Bradford Institute of Advanced Education is a specialist training provider with training team of experienced community service professionals. Through this team of industry professionals you have the opportunity to achieve a nationally accredited qualification — Certificate IV in Child Youth and Family Intervention (CHC40313). Successful candidates will need to complete 16 units of competency comprising 10 mandatory core and 6 elective units. Elective units have been chosen to meet industry standards. Students wishing to specialise can select 2 specialised electives as specified below.
|CHCCCS006||Facilitate individual service planning and delivery|
|CHCCOM002||Use communication to build relationships|
|CHCDEV001||Confirm client developmental status|
|CHCDIV001||Work with diverse people|
|CHCDIV002||Promote Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander cultural safety|
|CHCLEG001||Work legally and ethically|
|CHCPRT001||Identify and respond to children and young people at risk|
|CHCPRT003||Work collaboratively to maintain an environment safe for children and young people|
|HLTWHS001||Participate in workplace health and safety|
|CHCPRT005||Work within a practice framework|
|CHCFAM003||Support people to improve relationships|
|CHCPRT010||Work with children and young people with complex trauma and attachment needs|
|CHCMHS007||Work effectively in trauma informed care|
|CHCCCS016||Respond to client needs|
|CHCCCS009||Facilitate responsible behaviour|
|CHCPRT009||Provide primary residential care|
- Are 18 years or older
- Have sound language and literacy skills (at least Year 10 English, or equivalent)
- Have basic computer skills
- Obtain a Unique Student Identifier (USI)
A vocational placement of no less than 120 hours and no more than 200 hours is required to complete this qualification. BIAE may be able to assist you to identify and negotiate an appropriate placement. If you are not currently employed or volunteering in industry, during your course you will be required to complete vocational placement so you can start practising your skills in the workplace. You’ll be required to work shifts determined by your placement provider, and these can include early mornings or late nights, any day of the week, including public holidays.
Completing placement is compulsory, and you will be expected to manage family and work commitments in order to complete your shifts. You are required to complete a minimum of 120 hours (up to a maximum of 200 hours) of placement to satisfy this component of your qualification.
Please note: prior to placement you will need to complete a Criminal History Check (yellow card) and apply for a Blue Card (working with children check).
If your police check identifies that you have a criminal history, you may be disqualified from being eligible to undertake placement and assessment, which would affect your course outcomes. If you think this might impact you, please speak to the CEO prior to enrolment.
You will be responsible for any costs associated with meeting these placement requirements, which may include an additional cost of approximately $45 for a Criminal History Check.
How Does It Work?
You will be asked to complete 16 subjects via workbook or online learning. You choose the methods that suits you. You may also apply for Recognition of Prior Learning if you believe you already have the knowledge and skills relevant to a particular unit. An RPL application must be submitted at the time of enrolment and the onus is on the student to provide sufficient, current, valid and authentic evidence against each of the units. Where there are gaps in your evidence, a professional conversation with your assessor may provide additional evidence. Your assessor may also ask you to provide further evidence to substantiate your claim of competency in a particular unit/s.
Where gaps in evidence remain – that is that you cannot be considered competent on the evidence provided, gap training will be made available to you. For gap training, you will be provided with workbooks and given written assessments to complete.