Whether you’re new to the industry or want to specialise further, choosing to work in the health, welfare and community service industries to support people struggling with alcohol and other drug addiction is a highly fulfilling experience ultimately leading you towards a flourishing future. This is turning out to be one of the fastest-growing careers in the world today.
Alcohol and drug addiction is a complex, challenging and devastating issue engulfing the globe. The Australian government has undertaken educational and counselling programs to minimise the havoc caused by alcohol and drug abuse on individuals, families, society, and the economy of the country too. Owing to this there is a significant demand for alcohol and other drug (AOD) workers today to support the growth and development of communities.
AOD workers play a crucial role in getting the lives of addicts back on track. They deliver a person-centered approach, provide counselling, personalised treatment, explore early intervention strategies at a developmental stage guiding the youth to address their issues and resolve their problems.
Kickstart your new role and give back to the community by studying for the most sought-after course in the industry, CHC43215 Certificate IV in Alcohol and Other Drugs to remodel the lives of the vulnerable gripped with alcohol addiction and substance abuse.
The CHC43215 Certificate IV in Alcohol and other Drugs offered by KAL Training is an entry-level qualification that gives you the insight to provide multiple services and administer relevant health promotion and mediation within the surrounding community.
Learn to provide withdrawal services, along with ethical and legal requirements of working in the alcohol and drug-related support services. Perceptive learning modules embracing workshops and field trips are so curated by our trainers to contemplate and comprehend the heterogeneity of alcohol and other drug abuse.
Quality training by our experienced faculty will help you acquire industry-specific skills to make a positive impact in people’s lives and provide valuable service to those with complex and unique needs.
Work placements, a part of your Certificate IV course, add value to your potential job making you industry-ready with practical skills and updated knowledge before you begin working. This great opportunity to gain real-life experience from industry professionals will further boost your experience, and can help you find work immediately after graduation with our strong networks and connections within the industry.
The CHC43215 Certificate IV in Alcohol and other Drugs helps you plan a career in a community service role that specialises in helping people deal with drug and alcohol issues. Successful completion of this nationally recognised qualification from KAL Training will qualify you to adopt a score of rewarding job roles across Australia. Are you ready to work as a Caseworker, Community Support Worker, Detoxification Worker, Drug and Alcohol Worker, Family Support Worker, Outreach Worker and Support Worker?
As an AOD worker, you can look forward to opportunities to find employment in a variety of settings to match your skill level and experience. Support and empower a variety of clients by working in community-based organisations, outreach services, withdrawal services, and residential rehabilitation services under the guidance of professionals, with limited responsibility and within established parameters.
Working in this evolving industry continuously involves dedication, tailored treatment and care for each client on a daily basis. You’ll learn to interact with people from diverse backgrounds, build new relationships, respond to crises, work with people with mental health concerns, explore and provide necessary interventions, coordinate and create treatment plans, and assess co-existing needs. Isn’t that interesting?
Studying for CHC43215 Certificate IV in Alcohol and Other Drugs will enable you to access our Health and Community Services Trainers for committed team support all through your learning journey.
Employment of AOD workers is estimated to be higher than the average for all other professions as this pressing issue needs to be dealt with seriously and is not something that will eventually fade away soon. Strong job growth of 14.5%** is expected in the next five years.
Most Drug and Alcohol Counsellors work in the health care and social assistance industry (86.1%) *. They are also employed in industries like: Other services (5.0%), Public administration and safety (4.9%), Administrative and support services (1.2%).
The alcohol and drug support industry is growing steadily each year in Australia with new jobs emerging in different sectors. Around 48%* Drug and Alcohol Counsellors live outside of capital cities, compared with the all-jobs average of 38% and with 63% of workers as females. Victoria has a larger share of workers (33.5%) followed by New South Wales (24.4%).
Get ready to work in residential rehabilitation services and make a fulfilling contribution to your community by studying for CHC43215 Certificate IV in Alcohol and Other Drugs. Register now at KAL Training!