Centre for Continuing Education

Community Services

Community Services

Community Services. Make a real contribution.

Healthcare and community services is a rapidly growing industry worldwide. With a Community Services course from the University of Sydney’s Centre for Continuing Education you can take advantage of all the work opportunities available.

Whatever age group you prefer to help, you’ll find that we have a Community Services course to suit. Our courses are backed by the University of Sydney, which means our specialist educators are all experts in their field.

You’ll get a wealth of practical and theoretical knowledge to get a head start in this stimulating profession. So, if you enjoy caring for others, take a look at our Community Services courses – not only could they improve your job prospects, but you’ll also be giving back to those who need it most. Learn Community Services the smart way with Community Services courses at CCE, the University of Sydney.

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Counselling Course: An Introduction

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