Gold Training is delivering on their promise of supporting the lives of young Australians with the addition of the Certificate IV in Youth Works (CHC40413) qualification.
With a proud history of supporting the community and especially youth programs, Gold Training is poised to take this culture into the broader community to train those who share their passion.
This qualification enables students to study subjects focusing on areas such as working with diversity, dealing with mental health issues and effective responses to potential or critical situations. Skills which are in strong demand across the region.
Youth Work is a demanding yet rewarding career path with opportunities in the areas of Indigenous services, family services, welfare case work and community development. The course is also beneficial for those wishing to work with young people from disadvantaged, migrant or culturally diverse origins.
Gold Training also encourages those who have an interest in youth, junior sporting programs or sports administrators to enrol for this course to enhance their understanding and relationship building skills with the younger generation.
The first offering of this course will be held on the Gold Coast and commences 21 January 2016. Funding for this course is available under the Queensland Government’s Higher Level Skills Program. Eligibility criteria does apply so call Gold Training on 1300 885 121 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.