Community services include the need for a specialised workforce that is multi-disciplined.
CASE Management requires a skilled professional that can provide Care, Support, Advice and Evaluation of the client’s needs and the correct services available that will need to be managed within a system and framework.
CASE Management and care coordination is a recognised skill and profession that requires a minimum qualification at Diploma level to enter the workforce. This course can be a specialised added skill to an already qualified health professional such as a Nurse, Doctor, Social worker or an advanced practice for care workers who wish to move up to leadership and CASE management or specialise in such things as program management and social services support.
The ACCLM is a specialised college that can ground your career in the entry level skills and competencies needed for working with individuals and groups that require the services of a Community Services Coordinator and leader. Our courses are fully supported with modern text books, expert facilitators and online learning. The college is fully equipped with simulation labs that will enhance your practice and give you confidence when you go out into the field for work placement. The course requires a mandatory 120 hours of work placement that will equip you with the real-life skills to undertake the roles available.
Job roles are diverse and opportunities are endless. You can secure yourself a role within the following workplace environments:
- Health Care Management,
- Social Work Coordination,
- CASE Management
- Indigenous Healthcare Management,
- Psychological Support services, and
- General Community services and support
This course is an excellent opportunity to enter an evolving sector of healthcare or advance your skills to transition into something new. If you have the passion to lead and organise programs in care and support to those that need it most, then continue and follow the links provided.