Employment & Pathways

graduation01The Diploma of Youth Work (CHC50413) and Certificate IV in Youth Work (CHC40413) aim to provide students with access and exposure to a range of youth work models and youth work experiences that may assist them in pathway decisions.

Potential career pathways with these qualifications may include: chaplaincy; residential youth work; church youth work; or community youth work.

Common education pathways for graduates could include further study in: psychology, counselling, social work, teaching or theological studies. Higher Education programs may give credit for these qualifications and we encourage students to investigate these options should they be interested in further study.