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Certificate III in community services work (focus on alcohol and other drugs)

 

Overview

Please note that this course is not currently scheduled for 2016.

This qualification applies to community based workers whose positions generally involve direct client contact, identifying client needs, and client referral. The aim of the program is to: enhance the capacity of service providers in offering culturally safe, evidence based information about drug use to Aboriginal people and their communities; and have a pool of workers competent in undertaking culturally safe, evidence based alcohol and other drug related work. The course involves 13 units: 11 core units and two elective units which total 450 hours.

Contacts

Aboriginal Health College
35 Harvey Street
Little Bay NSW 2036
Ph: (02) 9019 0730
Fax: (02) 9019 0736
Email: ahc@ahc.edu.au

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Last updated: 18 February 2016
 
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