This unit looks into the consultation, development and implementation of service programs to allow you to identify, establish and manage programs in practice.


This unit is a cornerstone subject in community services and focuses on the art of communication and how you might strategically engage and disengage within the workplace to support success.


This unit explores the complex system impacts on people in their context and how to assess and plan for these factors in community services.


This unit reflects on your positionality (gender, culture, religion, sexuality, ability etc) and what you bring with you to each engagement. This unit centres on creating cultural safety for diverse clients in this context. It is a core subject.


This unit provides the vital legal and ethical underpinning in allied health care practice. It explores how to manage legal and ethical issues you might face in practice.


This unit will engage competency in managing workplace health and safety and acting as appropriate.


This unit establishes independent accountability by reflecting and evaluating your professional practice. It also explores supervision and ongoing professional development.


This unit focuses on developing leadership skills in work, health, and safety. Specifically, how to establish, maintain and evaluate health and safety policies and procedures.


This unit explores helping you partner with people that experience mental health issues, to assess their needs and support them to meet their aspirations and needs


This unit investigates how to implement work practices which foster safety, develop clear reporting pathways and supports child and young people to stay with their family.


This unit delves into the complex nature of relationships, relationship issues and how to support relationship building using strength-based methodologies.


This unit expands on the standard case management units to support you succeed inmanaging complex matters requiring multiple services, monitoring and referrals.