C5360 - Diploma of Financial Counselling

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RMIT program code: C5360
Plan name: Diploma of Financial Counselling
Plan code: C5360
National Program Code: CHC51115
Campus: City Campus
Full-Time Duration: 1 year
Minimum Nominal Hours: 1363

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2017 Enrolment Program Structure

This qualification requires the completion of 17 units - 14 core units and 3 elective units.

  C5360 Courses
 

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C5360 Courses

For commencing students in Semester 1, 2017:

There are two groups in this program.  Each student has been allocated to one of these groups.  The Section Codes are Group 1 - DFC1 and Group 2 - DFC2.

Please ensure you enrol in the group you have been allocated.  These section codes are used specifically for the program Diploma of Financial Counselling.

All other section codes refer to classes in other programs.

Please ensure you have selected 17 units in total.

C5360 Core Units - Select ALL Fourteen (14) Courses

Course Title

Nominal Hours

Prereqs/ Coreqs

Course Code

Campus

Semester 1 Class

Semester 2 Class

Facilitate the interests and rights of clients (CHCADV001)100LAW5734CCity Campus2121 (CCS1)
2122 (CCS2)
2124 (CCS3)
2304 (DFC1)
2358 (DFC2)
Provide systems advocacy services (CHCADV005)90LAW5735CCity Campus2194 (DOAD)1871 (DFC1)
1884 (DFC2)
Recognise and respond to crisis situations (CHCCCS019)45HWSS6071CCity Campus2326 (DFC1)
2370 (DFC2)
Develop and implement community programs (CHCCDE002)125HWSS6119CCity Campus1872 (DFC1)
1886 (DFC2)
Establish and confirm the counselling relationship (CHCCSL001)100OHTH5924CCity Campus2212 (DOAD)
2308 (DFC1)
2359 (DFC2)
2169 (DCS1)
2170 (DCS2)
2171 (DCS3)
Apply specialist interpersonal and counselling interview skills (CHCCSL002)60HWSS6120CCity Campus2312 (DFC1)
2363 (DFC2)
2172 (DCS1)
2173 (DCS2)
2174 (DCS3)
Facilitate the counselling relationship and process (CHCCSL003)120OHTH5923CCity Campus2253 (DOAD)
2310 (DFC1)
2377 (DFC2)
Support counselling clients in decision-making processes (CHCCSL007)120HWSS6121CCity Campus2316 (DFC1)
2365 (DFC2)
Work with diverse people (CHCDIV001)40GEDU6077CCity Campus2097 (C4AD)
2115 (CCS1)
2117 (CCS2)
2118 (CCS3)
2181 (DOAD)
2322 (DFC1)
2367 (DFC2)
4033 (CYW3)
4034 (CYW1)
4035 (CYW2)
4962 (C3IS)
5145 (C32S)
3147 (DYW1)
3148 (DYW2)
3502 (SJOG)
Facilitate the financial counselling process (CHCFIN001)85BAFI5232CCity Campus2298 (DFC1)
2354 (DFC2)
Identify and apply technical information to assist clients with financial issues (CHCFIN002)80BAFI5233CCity Campus2295 (DFC1)
2350 (DFC2)
Develop and use financial counselling tools and techniques (CHCFIN003)65BAFI5234CCity Campus2297 (DFC1)
2352 (DFC2)
Interpret and use legal information (CHCLEG002)65HWSS6122CCity Campus2300 (DFC1)
2356 (DFC2)
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)
AND

C5360 Elective Units - Select Three (3) Courses. NB: Course 051489-CHCDIV002 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

Provide services to people with co-existing mental health and alcohol and other drugs issues (CHCMHS005)90HWSS6089CCity Campus2203 (DOAD)
2337 (DFC1)
2374 (DFC2)
1701 (C4AD)
3497 (SSAD)
Work with people experiencing or at risk of homelessness (CHCSOH001)85HWSS6073CCity Campus2336 (DFC1)
2373 (DFC2)
1735 (CCS1)
1736 (CCS2)
1737 (CCS3)
Coordinate complex case requirements (CHCCSM004)75HWSS6105CCity Campus2341 (DFC1)
2375 (DFC2)
2175 (DCS1)
2176 (DCS2)
2177 (DCS3)
Promote Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander cultural safety (CHCDIV002)25HUSO5216CCity Campus4030 (CYW3)
4031 (CYW2)
4032 (CYW1)
3128 (DYW1)
3132 (DYW2)
 

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