CHC51015 Diploma of Counselling

Join the growing ranks of qualified support and counselling professionals.

The role of professional counsellors can be one of the most rewarding careers for those who like to make a difference in the lives of others.

Jigsaw Training Group
RTO Code 32423

Counsellors are pillars in the wellbeing of our communities.

Are you someone with a genuine passion to help others, with an inbuilt support compass that drives you to make a positive difference in the world? Whether you’re looking for a new career path in community services and counselling or already working in these sectors and wishing to enhance your counselling skills, the Diploma of Counselling provides a wide range of career options. Workers with qualifications in areas such as human resources, massage therapy, teaching or nursing can also benefit in their current professions by developing the complementary skill sets this course is enriched with.

Assisting others can assist your career.

This course provides you with advanced skills and knowledge to work effectively in the community services industry to help people overcome their challenges. You will develop and demonstrate high level communication and counselling skills and the knowledge of how to practically apply them in real world situations.

The number of people working as Counsellors has grown exponentially over the past 5 years and is expected to create 22,000 new job openings over the next 5 years.

What you’ll learn

Core subjects

CHCCSL002 - Apply specialist interpersonal and counselling interview skills

CHCCSL003 - Facilitate the counselling relationship and process

CHCCSL001 - Establish and confirm the counselling relationship

CHCLEG001 - Work legally and ethically

CHCCSL004 - Research and apply personality and development theories

CHCCSL005 - Apply learning theories in counselling

CHCCSL006 - Select and use counselling therapies

CHCCSM005 - Develop, facilitate and review all aspects of case management

CHCCSL007 - Support counselling clients in decision-making processes

CHCCCS019 - Recognise and respond to crisis situations

CHCDIV001 - Work with diverse people

CHCDIV002 - Promote Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander cultural safety

CHCPRP003 - Reflect on and improve own professional practice

Elective subjects

CHCCCS018 - Provide suicide bereavement support

CHCCCS017 - Provide loss and grief support

CHCMHS001 - Work with people with mental health issues

Elective units are subject to change.

Career opportunities

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    Counsellor

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    Generalist Financial Counsellor

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    Rural Financial Counsellor

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    Counselling Support Worker

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    Case Worker

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    Case Manager

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    Case Coordinator Counsellor

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    Program Manager

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    Program or Service Coordinator

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    Community Worker

Graduates of this course achieve excellent career outcomes.
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* Information provided by myskills.gov.au

CHC51015 Diploma of Counselling

Study with one of Australia’s most successful RTO’s.

Course Duration: Approximately 6 – 12 months
Delivery Mode Options: Classroom | Online | Workplace | Combination of above
Attendance Requirements: This course has mandatory attendance requirements. Please refer to the individual course information sheet
Vocational Placement: Not applicable for this course.