C5345 - Diploma of Community Services (Case Management)

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RMIT program code: C5345
Plan name: Diploma of Community Services (Case Management)
Plan code: C5345
National Program Code: CHC52015
Campus: City Campus
Full-Time Duration: 1 year
Minimum Nominal Hours: 1300

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2017 Enrolment Program Structure

This qualification requires the completion of 16 units - 8 core units and 8 elective units.

  C5345 Courses
 

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C5345 Courses

For commencing students in Semester 1, 2017:

There are three groups in this program.  Each student has been allocated to one of these groups.  The section codes are Group 1 - DCS1, Group 2 - DCS2, and Group 3 - DCS3.  

Please ensure you enrol in the group you have been allocated.  These section codes are used specifically for the program Diploma of Community Services (Case Management).  All other section codes refer to classes in other programs.

Please ensure you have selected 16 units in total.

C5345 Core Units - Select ALL Eight (8) Courses

Course Title

Nominal Hours

Prereqs/ Coreqs

Course Code

Campus

Semester 1 Class

Semester 2 Class

Develop and implement service programs (CHCCCS007)100HWSS6101CCity Campus2697 (DCS1)
2698 (DCS2)
2699 (DCS3)
Develop workplace communication strategies (CHCCOM003)100GEDU6080CCity Campus2684 (DCS1)
2685 (DCS2)
2686 (DCS3)
4051 (DYW1)
4052 (DYW2)
Analyse impacts of sociological factors on clients in community work and services (CHCDEV002)100HUSO5213CCity Campus2700 (DCS1)
2701 (DCS2)
2702 (DCS3)
4057 (DYW1)
4058 (DYW2)
Manage and promote diversity (CHCDIV003)80BUSM7990CCity Campus2687 (DCS1)
2689 (DCS2)
2691 (DCS3)
Manage legal and ethical compliance (CHCLEG003)80LAW5736CCity Campus2681 (DCS1)
2682 (DCS2)
2683 (DCS3)
4044 (DYW1)
4045 (DYW2)
5022 (SJOG)
Facilitate workplace debriefing and support processes (CHCMGT005)120HWSS6102CCity Campus2694 (DCS1)
2695 (DCS2)
2696 (DCS3)
Reflect on and improve own professional practice (CHCPRP003)120EMPL7098CCity Campus2302 (DFC1)
2357 (DFC2)
2703 (DCS1)
2704 (DCS2)
2705 (DCS3)
4040 (CYW3)
4041 (CYW1)
4042 (CYW2)
1807 (DOAD)
Manage work health and safety (HLTWHS004)40OHTH5926CCity Campus2675 (DCS1)
2679 (DCS2)
2680 (DCS3)
AND

C5345 Elective Units - Select Eight (8) Courses. NB: Course 051492-CHCCDE007 is included for historical enrolments and is no longer delivered.

Course Title

Nominal Hours

Prereqs/ Coreqs

Course Code

Campus

Semester 1 Class

Semester 2 Class

Develop, facilitate and review all aspects of case management (CHCCSM005)75HWSS6103CCity Campus2166 (DCS1)
2167 (DCS2)
2168 (DCS3)
3156 (DYW1)
3157 (DYW2)
Assess co-existing needs (CHCCCS004)80HWSS6069CCity Campus2199 (DOAD)1699 (C4AD)
1729 (CCS1)
1730 (CCS2)
1731 (CCS3)
2163 (DCS1)
2164 (DCS2)
2165 (DCS3)
3496 (SSAD)
3558 (C42D)
Coordinate complex case requirements (CHCCSM004)75HWSS6105CCity Campus2341 (DFC1)
2375 (DFC2)
2175 (DCS1)
2176 (DCS2)
2177 (DCS3)
Undertake case management in a child protection framework (CHCCSM007)70HWSS6106CCity Campus2192 (DCS1)
2193 (DCS2)
2194 (DCS3)
Apply specialist interpersonal and counselling interview skills (CHCCSL002)60HWSS6120CCity Campus2312 (DFC1)
2363 (DFC2)
2172 (DCS1)
2173 (DCS2)
2174 (DCS3)
Establish and confirm the counselling relationship (CHCCSL001)100OHTH5924CCity Campus2212 (DOAD)
2308 (DFC1)
2359 (DFC2)
2169 (DCS1)
2170 (DCS2)
2171 (DCS3)
Work with forced migrants (CHCSET001)50HUSO5215CCity Campus1719 (CCS1)
1721 (CCS2)
1723 (CCS3)
2195 (DCS1)
2196 (DCS2)
2197 (DCS3)
Recognise and respond appropriately to domestic and family violence (CHCDFV001)50HWSS6070CCity Campus1724 (CCS1)
1725 (CCS2)
1728 (CCS3)
2198 (DCS1)
2199 (DCS2)
2200 (DCS3)
Develop and provide community projects (CHCCDE007)70HWSS6074CCity Campus2128 (CCS1)
2129 (CCS2)
2130 (CCS3)
 

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