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Community Services Crisis Support Skill Set

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Gain the skills and training to respond to the immediate needs of clients in crisis

This skill set will prepare you to respond to crises in any community services setting and is suitable for anyone working in the community through paid employment or volunteering. You will learn in a safe environment through scenario-based simulations that uses actors to replicate critical situations.

Successful completion of this course may open up opportunities to work directly with clients or help with career progression. It will give you two units towards a variety of Community Services qualifications.

  • Develop clear suicide safety plan to help manage suicide risk
  • Use self-care when involved in crisis or suicide prevention
  • Understand legal and ethical requirements linked to crisis intervention
  • Build relationships with clients seeking help

This course is delivered through a mix of online learning, and on campus sessions that include role-play in a simulated workplace setting.

Timetable information is indicative only and subject to change.

You will need to undertake a work placement as part of this course.

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