The CHC43315 Certificate IV in Mental Health would be ideal to those who are seeking to develop professional skills to work with clients who face challenges with their mental health. If you are also looking for some volunteer work / experience in community services, this course would help you to grow your skills leading into mental health related work.
The course explores the relationship between mental health in the community and in work place. Focusing on working with families that deal with mental health issues is also highlighted. A well-structured workplace learning module is included to help you deliver practical skills.
The CHC53315 Diploma of Mental Health is a course that will give you the anticipated qualification to work with clients who suffer from mental health issues and provide them support. It will help develop the skills and knowledge in relation to building and maintaining strong relationships with clients, providing advanced support and care for people with mental illness and disabilities. This also ensures that client services are based on individual case management and intervention.
Upon completion of this course you will be able to explore roles such as support worker or mental health worker in the community services field. While learning theory, you will also gain on the job practical experience with work placement component that is an integral part of this course.