Community Service Worker

Certificate IV in Community Services – CHC42015

Certificate IV in Community Services will develop your skills to provide a range of services and interventions to clients in the Community Services industry. On completion of this qualification you will be able to design and deliver programs that aim to enhance the well being of individuals and groups.

What does the course include?

As part of the Community Services Training Package, CHC, this qualification comprises of 15 units.

  • 7 core units
  • 8 elective units

These units must be relevant to the work outcome. This qualification does require a minimum 120 hours of work experience.

Entry Requirements

There are no formal prerequisites for this qualification. However, it is preferred that candidates have relevant vocational experience and/or an industry specific qualification. There are no formal educational requirements for entry into this course.

Student Support

Learners will receive feedback after each assessment/assignment and the trainer/assessor will be available to discuss the feedback or provide additional assistance or direction as appropriate. Trainers/assessors are also available by email/phone for any discussion or problems that students experience during their study.

Delivery and Duration

ETC provides flexible training options either online, classroom based or in the workplace. Contact us on 1800 007 400 to provide a tailored option for you.


Costs vary depending on the delivery method suited to your needs.
Contact us to find out if you are eligible for Government Assistance.

Need to know more?

For more information about this qualification and the jobs it relates to, visit the Australian Government’s My Skills Website –

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