Undergraduate Certificate in Youth Practice

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About This Course

The Undergraduate Certificate in Youth Practice introduces students to the essential working knowledge and skills of youth work, with a focus on reflective practice, cultural consciousness, and building professional relationships. 

The certificate is targeted at people who are looking to discover or reconnect with their passion for working with young people.

Course Learning Outcomes:

  • Demonstrate foundational knowledge of youth work theory and practice
  • Explain multiculturalism in Australia and how this relates to Aboriginal Australians and diaspora communities 
  • Review how contemporary scholarship on youth work informs the practice of youth work in various contexts  
  • Explore the concept of discourse and its implications for youth work 
  • Critically reflect on personal engagement and experience with cultural difference 
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          Course Structure


          Unit Total






          • Elective 1

          Options vary and are subject to availability.

          Where can I study?

          You can study on campus Adelaide – Millswood SA, or online.

          Field education placement is a requirement of this course and is offered at:

          Adelaide – Millswood SA

          Perth – Forrestfield WA

          How long does it take?

          6 months full-time or part-time equivalent.
          *Not available full-time in every intake.

          What do I need for entry?

          60 ATAR
          Completion of ‘Tabor Early Entry’ criteria (NOT dependent on ATAR)
          Completion of Certificate IV or above
          Qualify for mature age entry

          How much does it cost?

          Learn more about
          fees and available payment options.

          When can I start?

          Semester 1 – February
          Semester 2 – July

          Additional Information

          COURSE CODES
          Tabor: H.CYP
          SATAC: Not applicable

          COURSE LEVEL
          Undergraduate Course


          Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences
          Phone: 1300 482 267