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The Certificate IV in Child, Youth and Family Intervention signifies an individual’s competence and expertise in the field of child, youth, and family support. This qualification caters to the demands of professionals working in this sector, encompassing various responsibilities such as client interaction, program implementation, and adherence to relevant regulations. Depending on the specific requirements set by state or territory authorities, additional conditions may apply for obtaining this certificate.
To qualify for this certificate, you must provide evidence demonstrating that your skills and knowledge align with the courser’s learning outcomes. This evidence can take various forms. Demonstrating your current proficiency at a comparable level can be done through a CV (your student support representative can assist with this), an employment letter, or an employment contract.
Additionally, documents from prior work or educational experiences, such as references from licensed tradespeople you’ve collaborated with, apprenticeship records, academic transcripts, or assessments from relevant past qualifications, all contribute to the Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) process. You can also submit proof of overseas qualifications or visual evidence of your work, especially for practical roles.
Payslips/work contract/ABN if self-employed
Photos/videos (for practical roles)
Risk Assessment and Management Documents
Incident Report Forms
Plans and Specifications
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This qualification reflects the role of those who work in youth and family intervention, including practice specialisations in family support. Workers operate under a broad supervision framework and within clearly defined organisational guidelines, service plans and position specifications.
To achieve this qualification, the candidate must have completed at least 120 hours of work as detailed in the Assessment Requirements of units of competency.
The skills in this qualification must be applied in accordance with Commonwealth and State or Territory legislation, Australian standards and industry codes of practice.
No occupational licensing, certification or specific legislative requirements apply to this qualification at the time of publication.
There are no entry requirements for this qualification.
16 units must be completed:
Where appropriate, electives may be packaged to provide a qualification with a specialisation.
All Group A electives must be selected for the award of the Certificate IV in Child, Youth and Family Intervention (Residential and Out of Home Care).
All Group B electives must be selected for award of the Certificate IV in Child, Youth and Family Intervention (Family Support).
All electives chosen must contribute to a valid, industry-supported vocational outcome.
Facilitate individual service planning and delivery
Use communication to build relationships
Work with diverse people
Promote Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander cultural safety
Work legally and ethically
Work effectively in trauma informed care
Identify and report children and young people at risk
Work collaboratively to maintain an environment safe for children and young people
Work within a practice framework
Work with children and young people with complex trauma and attachment issues and needs
Participate in workplace health and safety
Group A – Residential and Out-of-Home Care
Provide support to children and youth in out-of-home care
Facilitate responsible behaviour
Group B – Family Support
Recognise and respond appropriately to domestic and family violence
Provide parenting, health and well-being education
Facilitate family intervention strategies
Group C – General Electives
Increase the safety of individuals at risk of suicide
Respond to client needs
Work with carers and families in complex situations
Confirm developmental status
Support people to improve relationships
Facilitate and monitor contact
Assist families to self-manage contact