Certificate III in Employment Services
Cultivating partnerships with employers and guiding job seekers to opportunities for sustainable employment in a dynamic job market.
About the qualification
Our CHC41115 Certificate IV in Employment Services qualification reflects the role of individuals who provide employment services to both job seekers and employers. They use specialised knowledge to support job seekers in locating, securing and maintaining employment and to assist employers in meeting their recruitment needs.
Upon successfully completing this nationally recognised qualification, students should be able to:
use targeted communication skills to build relationships collect, analyse and apply labour market information
monitor and improve contracted employment services
work effectively with culturally diverse clients and co-workers.
Successful completion of the CHC41115 Certificate IV in Employment Services may lead to employment opportunities, including:
Disability Services Employment Consultant
Please note: This course provides skills and knowledge to the industry standard, but does not guarantee a job.
This qualification can be completed up to thirty-six months, dependent on the student's experience, Credit Transfer (CT) or Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL). Apply for CT or RPL during enrolment.
This course may be delivered through face-to-face, online, or work-based training. We use a range of assessment methods for this qualification, including:
observation in a simulated workplace.
Units of Competency
This qualification consists of 14 units of competency, as shown below. Please call Work Savvy for enquiries about customisation and contextualisation.
(C) – Core unit; (E) – Elective unit; (IE) – Imported Elective unit
Respond to client needs (C)
Use communication to build relationship (C)
Work with diverse people (C)
Analyse and apply information that supports employment and career development (C)
Deliver and monitor contracted employment services (C)
Promote job seekers to employers (C)
Develop and monitor employment plans (C)
Work legally and ethically (C)
Develop and maintain networks and collaborative partnerships (C)
Facilitate the interests and rights of clients (E)
Facilitate individual service planning and delivery (E)
Maximise participation in work by people with disability (E)
Conduct career guidance interviews (E)
Work with people with mental health issues (IE)
The following will be required for the enrolment process:
Unique Student Identifier (USI)
verifiable identification documents
completion of the LLN assessment.
Students will require access to appropriate technology and internet if the materials are delivered online.
This nationally recognised qualification is delivered and assessed by Work Savvy Pty Ltd, RTO ID 91778, ABN 20 132 057 384. This training will deliver skills and knowledge to the industry standard but does not guarantee a job. We tailor training for people from diverse backgrounds, including those with a disability.
This course is available on a fee-for-service basis at $7,000 per student. Should you require an RPL assessment, please contact us for fees and arrangements.
Deferment Fee (administration charges): $50
Replacement of Testamur/statement of attainment/Qualification Certificate: $50
Repeat of unit (Third attempt onwards Per unit): $150
RPL assessment: Contact us for a quote
Please note: course fees and additional charges may change from time to time, please check with Work Savvy staff for updates.
Work Savvy does not accept upfront payments of more than $1,500. If a student's fee is more than this amount, the support of a flexible payment plan will be offered to students.