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Graduate Certificate in Client Assessment and Case Management (CHC82015)

During my journey through the course, sharing experiences with trainers and other students, I have seen just how valuable and important this qualification is for the work we are doing – it is one of the best courses I have completed in my life.

Graduate Certificate in Client Assessment and Case Management Student

The Graduate Certificate in Client Assessment and Case Management (CHC82015) is a nationally recognised qualification delivered by No to Violence (NTV) training practitioners in partnership with Swinburne University of Technology.

The delivery of this course incorporates men’s family violence experiential learning, reflective practice, and evidence-based models. Its focus is to enhance group facilitation practice for practitioners who facilitate men’s behaviour change groups with men using family violence.

Application Information:

Applicants must be experienced practitioners who provide specialist services to clients with complex and diverse needs within the health and community service sectors.

Funding for the graduate certificate is determined through Swinburne University of Technology. To access this funding, you are required to meet eligibility (more information via the link below).

As per the Swinburne University of Technology application process, suitable applicants will be invited to attend an interview with NTV, who will assess applicant’s suitability for the course. If successful at interview, applicants will be made an offer for the course (by Swinburne).

Delivery Information:

Class sessions are delivered online via Swinburne University of Technology’s Learning Management System, Canvas.

The course incorporates teacher-facilitated, timetabled sessions, as well as self-directed learning. Students will engage in a variety of activities including panel discussions, group work and role plays. The course begins with an initial 4-day intensive program, followed by regular classes (one full day per week), and finished with another 4-day intensive.

For more information on eligibility and pre-requisite requirements and links to the online application, follow the below link.