Enrol Now for 2020
Are you thinking about study in the new year?
Don’t delay – enrolments are now open for Mental Health, Youth Work and Counselling courses across southern NSW. Whether you’re starting out, returning to study or furthering your career, TAFE NSW has a course to suit you.
Courses and Delivery Options
Recommended if you want to…
Support people experiencing mental health issues in their recovery
Support others in their recovery by applying your own mental health lived experience.
Support young people to achieve their goals in a range of environments.
Certificate IV in Youth Work
• Shellharbour (Full Time Day)
Build practical skills to work with clients and support them towards change. The part time evening course is designed for people with relevant work experience.
Expand your mental health skills and knowledge and build on your previous experiences. This course is designed for people with relevant work experience.
Diploma of Mental Health
Delivery via Connected Classroom (Part Time Evening) – Enrolments opening soon.
Note: For Connected Classroom delivery, students can connect from home or work, or from TAFE Campuses at selected locations: Bega CLC, Cooma, Cootamundra, Deniliquin CLC, Finley, Goulburn, Griffith, Hay, Leeton, Moruya, Moss Vale, Narrandera CLC, Nowra, Queanbeyan, Shellharbour, Temora, Tumut, Ulladulla, Wagga Wagga, West Wyalong, West Wollongong, Yallah, Yass, Young.
Expand your youth work skills and knowledge and build on your previous experiences. This course is designed for people with relevant work experience.
Note: For Connected Classroom delivery, students can connect from home or work, or from TAFE Campuses at selected locations: Albury, Bega CLC, Cooma, Cootamundra, Corowa CLC, Deniliquin CLC, Finley, Goulburn, Griffith, Hay, Leeton, Moruya, Moss Vale, Narrandera CLC, Nowra, Queanbeyan, Shellharbour, Temora, Tumut, Ulladulla, Wagga Wagga, West Wyalong, Yallah, Yass, Young
Study options to suit your needs
- Certificate IV courses are entry level qualifications and are suitable for school leavers or people starting out in the community services sector.
- Diploma-level courses build on existing knowledge, and are suitable for people who have an entry-level qualification, are changing careers, or already working in the sector and would like to build on their skills and knowledge. Some students also use Diploma studies as a stepping stone to future university studies in fields such as social work, psychology and social sciences.
- Connected Classroom enables access to students from regional and remote locations, and flexibility for students who are already working in the sector. Students will require access to a computer and internet and can connect at a TAFE campus by accessing the Library or on their personal computer at home or work.
Click on the links above or see attached flyers for more information, including units of study and delivery days and times.
For enquiries, contact TAFE NSW on 131 601 or visit www.tafensw.edu.au.
Want to know more?
Discover the perfect course for you at InfoFest 2020
(9-13 December and 20-24 January)
With over 1,200 courses, diplomas and degrees, InfoFest is a great opportunity to get the lowdown on your perfect career.
Register for InfoFest sessions at your local TAFE campus, where future students can chat directly to course teachers and get the course information you need.
Register for InfoFest 2020 at www.tafensw.edu.au/infofest
Support for Fathers is providing dads with options and information about fatherhood, the relationship with their partner and connecting with their kids.
We are also enabling support services to work with dads and families more thoughtfully by providing a toolkit to engage dads.
Alesco Illawarra is recruiting for a new position at our Wollongong Campus – Permanent, Full-Time Student Wellbeing Officer.
This position would be suitable for someone with youth work, community services, social work or similar qualifications and experience in case management.
Applications close midnight on Tuesday 10 December and interviews will be held on Tuesday 17 December, with the position commencing late January 2020.
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