Community Sector Management Course

CHC62015 Advanced Diploma of Community Sector Management


Government Funding available*

Online – study from home

11 months

Payment plans available


COVID-19 update: Students’ health is our main priority throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. Where face to face training is required, our training will strictly adhere to all government regulations. Some parts of your training will now be delivered with your trainer via a virtual classroom. Speak to one of our course advisors for specific delivery for each course.

CHC62015 Advanced Diploma of Community Sector Management

This high-level qualification is designed for those who already work in the community sector and are now seeking to upskill to a Coordinator or Middle Management position.  Successful completion of this qualification will enable you to access employment opportunities that require you to be responsible for:

  • planning and monitoring service delivery against organisational goals and strategic directions;
  • recruitment and performance management of other paid or unpaid workers
  • managing risk and contributing to continuous improvement within the scope of their specific role.
  • this may include management of a specific program or project or the management of a service.

Job outcomes

This qualification commonly leads to managerial type roles in the community sector (Disability or Aged Care) such as:

  • Supervisor
  • Centre Manager
  • Second in Charge
  • Team Leader

Delivery method

This qualification is delivered online with a small number of face-to-face components. For the full course timetable and more details about the course, submit an enquiry today.

Entry requirements

To gain entry into this course, candidates must:

  • be a minimum of 18 years of age
  • be currently employed in the Community Services sector for a minimum of two (2) years and be working at least 15 hours (2 days) per week
  • successful completion of a Minimum AQF Certificate IV qualification within the past five (5) years (or evidence of formal study combined with significant and current industry experience)
  • demonstrate Language, Literacy and Numeracy at minimum ACSF Level IV
  • moderate to high level computer skills

Candidates must also have:

  • verified access to an on-site Workplace Mentor who holds a Coordination or Management level position
  • verified access to workplace documentation including organisational policies, procedures, systems, resources and equipment
  • opportunities for interaction in a leadership role
  • direct access to: Word, internet and email

Course details

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