Youth Work Qualifications

 

Certificate IV in Youth Work CHC40413

One Year, Full Time

group06yw1The Certificate IV in Youth Work offered by Scripture Union Queensland is aimed at equipping people to become autonomous youth workers in community, school or church contexts.  This training aims to equip both those new to Youth Work and sharpen the skills and knowledge of existing practitioners.

Our professional trainers will guide and mentor students through the foundations, frameworks, skills and principles of youth work, and set the challenge to put this knowledge into practise in a real work setting.  Our students graduate with a broad understanding of issues related to youth work across a range of contexts.

The Certificate IV in Youth Work is delivered through a combination of online, face-to-face (Intensives) and workplace experiences. The program is delivered over one year, full-time, and offered in two intakes – February Intake or July Intake. The qualification consists of 18 units of competency.

Diploma of Youth Work CHC50413

18 Months, Full Time

group07yw2The Diploma of Youth Work offered by Scripture Union Queensland is designed for practitioners who are, or will be, working in positions responsible for the development and outcomes of programs and services for young people. Students will be trained to industry standards in meeting the social, behavioural, health, welfare, developmental and protection needs of young people in the youth work sector.

Students completing this program will build on the foundations, frameworks and principles of youth work explored in the Certificate IV in Youth Work. Students will look at the skills and processes of more complex youth work, including the direction and supervision of staff and volunteers and relating with external organisations.

The Diploma of Youth Work is delivered through a combination of online, face-to-face (Intensives) and workplace experiences. The program is delivered over 18 months, full-time, and is offered in two intakes – February Intake or July Intake. The qualification consists of 21 units of competency.