Certificate III, IV and Diploma in Community Services
Heetham Hekmat has had a tricky journey from his home country, escaping troubles to start a new life in Tasmania. His own experience of being helped here in Australia inspired him to want to help others. Starting from just two words in English ‘yes’ and ‘no’, his learning journey through VET has shaped a positive future.
People working in the social assistance area might also be called Youth Workers or Support Officers. Their role is to provide information and support to overcome emotional, financial, recreational, health, housing and other social welfare matters.
To find out more about the industry you can visit Myskills.
Everything is available to you with VET. Visit the Australian Government's MySkills site to get some ideas or select one of the options below.
Anyone can start a VET course. No matter whether you're starting out, formalising your skills, or heading back to learning. VET is ideal for those who:
If you're recently out of work then we also suggest visiting the Rapid Response program to help you get back to work.