Certificate IV in Career Development
This Nationally Recognised Training qualification is targeted at learners who wish to enhance their skills in careers development and assessment. Learners will develop knowledge on how to provide programs and services to individuals, groups of clients and employers, to support clients in planning their career or locating, securing and maintaining suitable employment or progression.
This course will benefit individuals who work in human resources, people whose role involve professional and career mentoring, as well as psychologists or counsellors working as Career Advisors, Employment Consultants (Disability/Job Active), and Labour Market Research, in Employee Assistance Programs and careers development in the workplace.
Learners may have had previous training or careers prior to studying career development or may be existing higher education students, intern psychologists or other junior professionals. They may already deliver careers related assessments, including licenced psychological tests and educational tools. These learners will further develop the skills needed to provide immediate support and development for client’s career development needs as well as better identify and assist clients in their career goals.
|Location: Hawthorn East||Commences: December 2020|
|Delivery: Blended online and face-to-face||Fees: $3,200, or $1,600 Student Concession|
|Duration: 7 Weeks||VET Student Loans: No|
|National Course Code: CHC41215||RTO code: 45267|
Course Duration and Structure
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|CHCCOM002||Use communication to build relationships|
|CHCDIV001||Work with diverse people|
|CHCECD001||Analyse and apply information that supports employment and career development|
|CHCECD008||Deliver services consistent with a career development framework|
|CHCECD009||Conduct career guidance interviews|
|CHCECD010||Provide support to people in career transition|
|CHCLEG001||Work legally and ethically|
|CHCPRP001||Develop and maintain networks and collaborative partnerships|
|CHCPRP004||Promote and represent the service|
|CHCCCS020||Respond effectively to behaviours of concern|
|CHCDIS004||Communicate using augmentative and alternative communication strategies|
|CHCMHS001||Work with people with mental health issues|
|CHCADV001||Facilitate the interests and rights of clients|
Those applying who do not have a degree, may enter into a process in which they may be granted entry in recognition of previous experience where an equivalence of earlier learning or knowledge and skills gained through work or life experience, can be assessed. Entrants will also be required to complete a language and numeracy test prior to commencement of the course.
It is also recommended that all learners have confidence using computers and online tools, as well as access to a laptop or home computer for research tasks. When you apply to enrol, you must complete the online enrolment form and supply the following documents with your online application:
- Evidence of highest qualification (e.g. academic transcript or ATAR documentation)
- A short written statement (500 words) about why you want to study this course
- Evidence of identity and citizenship status (e.g. passport)
The course or program leader can vary these entry standards where they have evidence that the student has equivalent learning and comprehension skills sufficient for the course. If you are unsure about your suitability or eligibility for this program, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss your specific situation in more detail.
Recognition of Prior Learning
Graduate Learning Outcomes and Career Opportunities
The addition of the skills and competencies in the Certificate IV in Career Development will allow clinicians, teachers, and other professionals to provide immediate support and development for client’s career development needs as well as better identify and assist clients in their career goals. A Certificate IV in Career Development may be suitable for a student or graduate of the Graduate Diploma of Psychology, or similar, who wants to apply their psychological skills in an alternative career context such as careers counselling and development.