Certificate III in Community Services (FICE)

CHC32015 Certificate III in Community Services

 Looking to boost your skills and confidence for the job market? Our FICE program delivers this qualification in a supportive learning environment. You will have access to a wide range of supports within the FICE community to ensure your success. 

Flexible learning

We understand that studying can be challenging for some, which is why we have taken that into consideration. It’s completely okay if you need additional support or more time to complete your studies, because we believe in your success.

Get in touch

Contact us today to discuss your options in acquiring the necessary skills to successfully secure employment in community services.

Why choose Cire Training?

We are dedicated to providing individual support to all our students, ensuring every opportunity for success tailoring the program to your circumstances. Our campus is conveniently located just minutes from Lilydale railway station, with small and welcoming classrooms that offer school-friendly class times.

As a special perk, all students receive a complimentary FICE styling session, outfit, and a luxurious pamper pack worth $200.

We understand the challenges of re-entering the workforce and are fully committed to supporting you every step of the way.

“We’re thrilled to offer this qualification through our FICE initiative, which has empowered countless women to regain their confidence and acquire valuable skills for re-entering the workforce. At Cire Training, our utmost commitment is to assist women in need of extra support to achieve success in their lives.”

CHC32015 Certificate III in Community Services

Classroom | 6 months
Lilydale campus
One day a week in the classroom and 80 hours of work placement is required to be completed in two placement blocks throughout the course.

Semester 1 – 19th February to 12th August 2024
Semester 2 – 15th July to 16th December 2024

$350 per participant

Entry requirements: Cire Training will assess prospective students’ existing skills, knowledge, and abilities (including Language Literacy and Numeracy (LLN) ability) and identify any specific needs to ensure their chosen course is suitable.

Training Organisation Identification (TOID) 4150