Why Choose CCWT? For Our Sector, By Our Sector
CCWT is committed to a skilled workforce best placed to provide quality services to the community sector. Our qualifications are selected and targeted to those working in the community sector. Whether you are a new comer or an experienced worker, we offer something for you.
Nationally Recognised Training
Your qualification will be accepted across Australia, all sectors and is industry recognised. It has undergone industry consultations and meets the standards set out by the Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF).
Tailored to the Community Sector
All our material is designed and delivered by trainers with community sector expertise and directly applicable to your workplace.
Recognition of Your Experience (RPL)
If you are an experienced worker and want a qualification that reflects what you do, then don’t waste time developing skills you already have.
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If you are a part time or full time worker, it is often difficult to find time to progress your career through study. CCWT offers you a mix of online, face to face workshops and distance kits for your chosen qualification.
Work Placement Requirements
Some qualifications require you to either complete a mandatory work placement of a set number of hours (normally between 80 and 120 hours). However all qualifications require some assessment to be completed in the workplace – so even if there isn’t a mandatory number of hours you still need access to an organisation to complete your assessments.
Information on what is needed for the qualification that you are interested in can be found by clicking through to the qualification page in the list above.
CCWT is very proud of its completion rates, we support you each step of the way. Whether you are undertaking your qualification via the Blended Learning or RPL option, you will be assigned a learning partner to ask questions and provide support.
We also understand the needs of our sector and can provide you with flexible payment plans and extension of assessments when required.
Before you undertake any qualification, the Australian Government requires you to have a Unique Student Identifier (USI).