• Course Duration: 12 months
  • Course Code: CHC42021
  • Location: Live online real time
  • Date: 22 May 2024 - enrolments now open!

Course Overview

This course gives graduates the opportunity to apply for and obtain work in community services settings. It explores ways of working with clients using a holistic approach.

ICAN Learn uses a financial capability approach by including specialist units that facilitate employment in financial capability roles in community services agencies. This is a great course for workplaces to build their workforces and ensure that staff understand financial difficulty and can apply that learning to a variety of community services roles.

ICAN Learn has scholarships available for people that identify as Indigenous and also those who identify as having come to Australia from another country in the last 10 years and are wanting to enter the workforce. It's a great way to build community empowerment!

Check our our course guide below for more information about classes and delivery etc.

Course Guide

Please use the link below to download a PDF file.

ICL Course Brochure CHC42021 2023

Essential Enrolment Information

Enrolments for the next intake of the Certificate IV in Community Services commencing 22.05.24 are now open – please click here to enrol.

You can find out about all our courses by joining one of our monthly live online course information sessions. Register here for our next session.

To find out more about Certificate IV in Community Services CHC42021 email administration@icanlearn.edu.au or check out the brochure.

Student Handbook 2023

Privacy Notice

When we receive your application, you will receive an email with information about fees, the related invoicing schedule and more information about the enrolment process.

Skills Recognition

If you think you have skills that are part of this qualification, you are welcome to apply for Skills Recognition.

Skills Recognition is a formal assessment process that measures the candidate’s skills and knowledge from previous study, training, work, or life experiences against the outcomes of the qualification in which they are enrolled. Skills may be recognised in the following ways:

  • Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) – previous qualifications, prior and current work experience
  • Credit Transfer (CT) – for units with the same code gained in previous qualifications

Students can apply for skills recognition for units in the Certificate IV Community Services once enrolled in the course.

For further information about the ICAN Learn skills recognition process check out the Skills Recognition Application & Self-Assessment Kit CHC42021 or get more information by emailing administration@icanlearn.edu.au