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With our unique focus on industry skills, our training is practical, career-oriented and tailored to your needs. We connect with prospective students and help them to harness their passion to advance their career or find a new job by connecting them with the skills to thrive in their desired workplace.

We offer hundreds of courses across a range of industries with qualifications starting from entry level and certificate, through to advanced diploma and degrees.

Our small class sizes, qualified teachers, practical learning, modern facilities and industry placement, ensures you gain the skills and knowledge demanded by employers.

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What is a Certificate IV in Community Services?

A Certificate IV in Community Services will enable you to develop the knowledge and skills to work with individuals, families, social groups or larger communities to support activities, information and referral for people in need of assistance in our communities. 

How long does a Certificate IV in Community Services take?

The Certificate IV in Community Services will take 1 year full time (three days per week).

What are the career outcomes from studying a Certificate IV in Community Services?

Upon successful completion of the Certificate IV in Community Services, you can apply for careers as a community services worker, early intervention worker, group facilitator, youth worker, support facilitator or caseworker.

What is a Certificate IV in Disability?

A Certificate IV in Disability is designed for those who want to help people with a disability make a positive change to their live. In the course, you will develop the skills and knowledge to advocate for and empower people with a disability, enhancing their ability to achieve greater levels of independence, self-reliance and community participation.

What are the career outcomes from studying a Certificate IV in Youth Work?

Upon successful completion of the Certificate IV in Youth Work, you can apply for employment opportunities including community development worker, youth & family resource officer, indigenous youth worker, recreation youth activities worker and youth case worker.

How can I study mental health?

Box Hill Institute offers a Certificate IV in Mental Health that students can complete. The course reflects the role of workers who provide self-directed recovery-oriented support for people affected by mental illness and psychiatric disability

How long is a Bachelor of Community Services?

The Bachelor of Community Services is completed in 3 years for full time students.

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