Make a positive impact in your community.
Community Services is one of the fastest growing employment sectors in the country. The Campus Diploma of Community Services (Case Management) will prepare you to work in case management and client support roles in the community services sector. You’ll gain the expertise and knowledge necessary to facilitate case management, assess and analyse client needs, communicate effectively with clients and staff, and support client self-management.
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|Unit #||Title||Benchmarked to|
|Unit 1||Analyse impacts of sociological factors on clients in community work and services||CHCDEV002|
Title: Analyse impacts of sociological factors on clients in community work and services
In providing community services, workers must be able to function independently and to plan and undertake community work and associated services. This unit will provide you with the skills and knowledge to understand the broad social and cultural context in which work is planned and implemented in the community services industry. This unit is highly relevant for workers who seek to better understand their client groups and issues that impact on the lives of their clients and hence on their delivery of services.
Benchmarked to CHCDEV002
|Unit 2||Develop, facilitate and review all aspects of case management||CHCCSM005|
Title: Develop, facilitate and review all aspects of case management
Case managers play a vital role in the provision of effective support services to clients. This unit will provide you with the skills and knowledge to undertake case management meetings to plan, monitor and review service provisions. This unit is highly relevant to workers performing case management duties across a range of health and community services contexts.
Benchmarked to CHCCSM005
|Unit 3||Develop and maintain networks and collaborative partnerships||CHCPRP001|
Title: Develop and maintain networks and collaborative partnerships
In all industry sectors, effective networking and collaboration lay the foundation for improved outcomes. This unit will provide you with the skills and knowledge to identify networking and collaboration needs and develop formal and informal partnerships to enhance service delivery and improve professional practice. This unit is highly relevant for individuals who take pro-active responsibility for improving collaboration between workers and organisations.
Benchmarked to CHCPRP001
|Unit 4||Provide advocacy and representation services||CHCADV002|
Title: Provide advocacy and representation services
Advocacy and representation are important aspects of service provision in the community. This unit will provide you with the skills and knowledge to formally represent the interests of service users. Representation will include the development of community representative and industry participative roles and positions in influencing policy processes and decision-making forums. This unit is highly relevant for individuals who work in a broad range of health and community services and provide formal representation services to clients.
Benchmarked to CHCADV002
|Unit 5||Confirm client developmental status||CHCDEV001|
Title: Confirm client developmental status
Clients at different developmental stages require tailored support systems and approaches. This unit will provide you with the skills and knowledge to review the developmental status of a client using set frameworks and guidelines. This unit is highly relevant for individuals who work in a range of community service contexts, including juvenile justice, alcohol and other drugs services, mental health, and child protection.
Benchmarked to CHCDEV001
|Unit 6||Analyse client information for service planning and delivery||CHCDEV003|
Title: Analyse client information for service planning and delivery
Individuals have unique backgrounds, life experiences and present circumstances. Aligning support services to their specific needs is an important aspect of the support process. This unit will provide you with the required skills and knowledge to develop and tailor service plans to address specific client needs. This unit is highly relevant for individuals working in a range of community service contexts.
Benchmarked to CHCDEV003
|Unit 7||Assess co-existing needs||CHCCCS004|
Title: Assess co-existing needs
Clients may present with a number of immediate, competing needs. This unit will provide you with the skills and knowledge to assess the diverse and multi-faceted needs of people and determine both internal and external services required to meet those needs. This unit is highly relevant for individuals working in a range of community service contexts.
Benchmarked to CHCCCS004
|Unit 8||Coordinate complex case requirements||CHCCSM004|
Title: Coordinate complex case requirements
Clients with complex needs require a sensitive and highly organised approach to service delivery. This unit will provide you with the skills and knowledge to coordinate multiple service requirements for clients with complex needs within a case management context. This unit is highly relevant for individuals who work under supervision within established guidelines but take on a team leadership role in the coordination of services and service providers.
Benchmarked to CHCCSM004
|Unit 9||Provide case management supervision||CHCCSM006|
Title: Provide case management supervision
Case management supervisors work autonomously and are responsible for outputs within broad but defined organisational guidelines. This unit will provide you with the skills and knowledge to take a leadership role in the delivery of quality case management, including disseminating information and providing advice on practice issues. This unit is highly relevant for individuals working in a broad range of range of health and community services contexts.
Benchmarked to CHCCSM006
|Unit 10||Facilitate workplace debriefing and support processes||CHCMGT005|
Title: Facilitate workplace debriefing and support processes
Compassion fatigue and other work stressors can pose a threat to community service workers’ wellbeing and effectiveness. This unit will provide you with the skills and knowledge to monitor and support workers, including implementing support processes to manage stress and emotional wellbeing of self or colleagues working in varied health and community service contexts. The unit also covers facilitating structured debriefing sessions to colleagues following incidents. This unit is highly relevant to workers in leadership or management roles providing peer to peer support to colleagues.
Benchmarked to CHCMGT005
|Unit 11||Manage and promote diversity||CHCDIV003|
Title: Manage and promote diversity
We live and work in culturally diverse environments. This unit will provide you with the skills and knowledge to evaluate and promote diversity in the workplace, and to contribute to the planning of diversity policies and procedures. This may apply to internal work practices or external service delivery. This unit is highly relevant for individuals working in any type of leadership role across all industry sectors.
Benchmarked to CHCDIV003
|Unit 12||Develop workplace communication strategies||CHCCOM003|
Title: Develop workplace communication strategies
Highly effective teams rely on great communication to achieve optimal results. This unit will provide you with the skills and knowledge to develop communication protocols for a team or business unit. This unit is highly relevant to workers responsible for overseeing the communication of organisation-specific information to a range of internal and external stakeholders.
Benchmarked to CHCCOM003
|Unit 13||Manage legal and ethical compliance||CHCLEG003|
Title: Manage legal and ethical compliance
Legal and ethical compliance are pillars of good practice. This unit will provide you with the skills and knowledge to research information about compliance and ethical practice responsibilities, then develop and monitor policies and procedures to meet those responsibilities. This unit is highly relevant for people working in roles with managerial responsibility for legal and ethical compliance in small to medium sized organisations.
Benchmarked to CHCLEG003
|Unit 14||Manage work health and safety||HLTWHS004|
Title: Manage work health and safety
All employees are required to perform their work duties in a safe manner. This unit will provide you with the skills and knowledge to establish, maintain and evaluate work health and safety (WHS) policies, procedures and programs according to WHS legislative requirements. This unit is highly relevant for workers who have responsibility for WHS as part of their role, including workers with obligations under WHS legislation, persons conducting a business or undertaking (PCBUs), or their officers (as defined by relevant legislation).
Benchmarked to HLTWHS004
|Unit 15||Develop and implement service programs||CHCCCS007|
Title: Develop and implement service programs
In the community services context, consumer participation and engagement are crucial to the effectiveness of service delivery. This unit will provide you with the required skills and knowledge to engage consumers, analyse service needs of particular groups and develop programs and services to meet those needs. This unit is highly relevant for workers coordinating or managing teams and operations in varied service delivery contexts.
Benchmarked to CHCCCS007
|Unit 16||Reflect on and improve own professional practice||CHCPRP003|
Title: Reflect on and improve own professional practice
Ongoing self-evaluation and self-improvement are crucial attributes to service and practice improvement. This unit will provide you with the skills and knowledge to evaluate and enhance your own practice through a process of reflection and ongoing professional development. This unit is highly relevant any individual who takes pro-active responsibility for their own professional development.
Benchmarked to CHCPRP003
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