Certificate IV in Correctional Practice

CSC40122

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Certificate IV

Take your correctional career to the next level with our Certificate IV program. Designed for personnel seeking specialized knowledge in custodial, neighborhood, or youth custodial streams, this qualification prepares you for operational roles and expanded responsibilities.

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Qualification Overview

Qualification Code:

CSC40122

Qualification Name:

Certificate IV in Correctional Practice

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Take your correctional career to the next level with our CSC40122 – Certificate IV in Correctional Practice program. Designed for personnel seeking specialized knowledge in custodial, neighborhood, or youth custodial streams, this qualification prepares you for operational roles and expanded responsibilities. The general qualification addresses the competencies necessary for personnel with non-operational roles, and employees whose job functions are certainly not defined in professional sector responsibilities.

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Why Study the CSC40122 – Certificate IV in Correctional Practice?

This comprehensive program is specifically designed to equip you with the skills and knowledge
needed to excel in the real world.

Developed by industry specialists and endorsed by sector bodies, CSC40122 – Certificate IV in Correctional Practice ensures that you receive highquality training that meets industry benchmarks. By completing this program, you will acquire the necessary skills to hit the ground running in modest, medium, or large organizations across the correctional industry.

Experience alone is no longer sufficient. Employers now seek evidence of professional
proficiency through a current formal qualification. By obtaining the CSC40122 certificate, you
will demonstrate your commitment to excellence and showcase your practical knowledge in
correctional practice.
Students in CSC40122 qualification will be employed in the supervision and management of offenders and detainees in the legal justice systems or within immigration detention centers, in Australian states and territories.
You should give a scope of proof to help your assessor to settle on a choice about your capability if you applying for RPL. The sorts of proof you might be approached to give can include: Proof of abroad capabilities.
  •  Transcripts or evaluations from related past capabilities.
  • Apprenticeship papers.
  • ID Resume Payslips/work contract/ABN if independently employed Letter of Employment Current business contracts Letters of reference.
  • Recordings or photographs of your work.
  • Statements/solicitations and stock requests Temperature sheets
  • Booking sheets/appointmemt setting sheets
  • Cleaning plans Kitchen station task list OHS necessities Approaches and methodology Nourishment administration wellbeing structures
  • Preparation sheets
  • Menus and plans etc asked or required by the RTO
If you want to STUDY then enrolment documentation checklist needs to be completed. Documents such as ID, Academic Documents, Resume or any other documents asked by the RTO/College must be submitted. You can submit directly or provide to STUDYIN to submit on your behalf to complete your enrolment if you decide to parsue.
For a student, it is crucial to know the occupation he/she will eligible once finish a qualification successfully. If you complete this qualification, you will able to work with this role.
  • Youth Custodial Officer
  • Custodial Security Officer
  • Detention Centre Officer
  • Custodial Officer Trainee
  • Community Custodial Officer

12 units of competency must be completed:

  • 4 core units
  • 1 health and safety elective unit from group A relevant to the job role
  • 7 elective units consisting of:
  • units from either the health and safety elective units not already selected, or from any of the Groups below
  • Dog Handlers should complete at least three units from Group F and the remaining four from any of the Groups below
  • up to 2 elective units may be selected from this or imported from any other endorsed Training Package or accredited course, provided the selected units contribute to the vocational outcome of the qualification and do not duplicate content already covered. Where imported units are selected, care must be taken to ensure that any prerequisite units specified are complied with.

Where a pre-requisite unit is attached to a unit it is identified by this symbol ∟.

Specialisations

Candidates may specialise in a specific stream by completing the core units and elective units from one of the following:

  • Case Management specialisation = 4 core units, 1 Group A health and safety elective unit, 4 Group B units plus 3 Group G units
  • Community specialisation = 4 core units, 1 Group A health and safety elective unit, 5 Group C units plus 2 Group G units
  • Emergency Response specialisation = 4 core units, 1 Group A health and safety elective unit, 6 Group D units plus 1 Group G units
  • Supervision specialisation = 4 core units, 1 Group A health and safety elective unit, 5 Group E units plus 2 Group G units

Up to 2 elective units may be selected from this or imported from any other endorsed Training Package or accredited course when selecting Group G electives.

Core units

BSBLDR413

Lead effective workplace relationships

CSCORG028

Work effectively with culturally diverse offenders and colleagues

CSCORG048

Gather, analyse and report information

CSCSAS029

Manage security

Group A: Health and safety elective units

BSBWHS211

Contribute to the health and safety of self and others

BSBWHS311

Assist with maintaining workplace safety

CSCWHS003

Supervise work health and safety practices

Group B: Case Management specialisation

CHCCSM005

Develop, facilitate and review all aspects of case management

CSCOFM036

Provide guidance and counsel

CSCOFM038

Implement planned approach to offender management

CSCOFM047

Support offender to maintain positive relationships

Group C: Community specialisation

CHCCCS014

Provide brief interventions

CHCCSM005

Develop, facilitate and review all aspects of case management

CSCINT010

Assess offender risks and needs

CSCORG029

Conduct interviews

CSCORG051

Prepare offender reports for justice agencies

Group D: Emergency Response specialisation

CSCSAS030

Manage threatening behaviour

CSCSAS032

Participate in incident briefing, debriefing and analysis

CSCSAS033

Provide operational response to dangerous incidents

PUAEMR005

Treat operational risk

∟PUAEMR006 Assess operational risk

PUAEMR006

Assess operational risk

PUALAW001

Protect and preserve incident scene

Group E: Supervision specialisation

BSBLDR414

Lead team effectiveness

BSBOPS403

Apply business risk management processes

BSBPEF402

Develop personal work priorities

CSCORG046

Coordinate a work team

PSPGEN126

Monitor performance and provide feedback

Group F: Dog Handling elective units

CSCDOG008

Assess dogs for custodial purposes

∟CSCDOG010 Manage detector dogs

OR

∟CSCDOG011 Manage dogs for security purposes

CSCDOG009

Maintain the health and welfare of dogs

CSCDOG010

Manage detector dogs

CSCDOG011

Manage dogs for security purposes

CSCDOG012

Prepare stimulus aids for use with dogs

CSCDOG013

Train dog handler teams

∟CSCDOG008 Assess dogs for custodial purposes

∟CSCDOG010 Manage detector dogs

OR

∟CSCDOG011 Manage dogs for security purposes

∟CSCDOG009 Maintain the health and welfare of dogs

∟CSCDOG012 Prepare stimulus aids for use with dogs

Group G: General elective units

BSBCMM511

Communicate with influence

BSBSUS411

Implement and monitor environmentally sustainable work practices

BSBXDB301

Respond to the service needs of customers and clients with disability

CHCCCS014

Provide brief interventions

CHCCSM005

Develop, facilitate and review all aspects of case management

CHCDFV001

Recognise and respond appropriately to domestic and family violence

CHCMHS001

Work with people with mental health issues

CSCINT010

Assess offender risks and needs

CSCINT011

Negotiate behaviour change

CSCINT012

Assist offenders to change behaviour

CSCINT013

Assist offenders to change drug and alcohol use

CSCOFM026

Protect the safety and welfare of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander offenders

CSCOFM028

Provide support to offenders in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities

CSCOFM030

Support offender rehabilitation and reintegration in the community

CSCOFM032

Develop and implement models of supervision for offenders who have experienced trauma

CSCOFM033

Manage complex supervision

CSCOFM034

Protect the safety and welfare of offenders with a cognitive impairment

CSCOFM035

Protect the safety and welfare of vulnerable offenders

CSCOFM037

Recognise and respond appropriately to offenders affected by trauma

CSCOFM039

Maintain the health, safety and welfare of offenders

CSCOFM043

Supervise community work programs

CSCORG029

Conduct interviews

CSCORG045

Contribute to work unit planning

CSCORG047

Establish and maintain networks

CSCORG049

Organise and chair meetings

CSCORG051

Prepare and write reports for justice agencies

CSCORG052

Report to a formal inquiry

CSCSAS024

Manage conflict through negotiation

CSCSAS030

Manage threatening behaviour

CSCSAS035

Use firearms

CSCTRA006

Plan and monitor escorts

HLTWHS006

Manage personal stressors in the work environment

PSPGEN089

Address client needs

PSPGEN123

Provide workplace mentoring

PUAEQU001

Prepare, maintain and test response equipment

∟PUAFIR210 Prevent injury

PUALAW001

Protect and preserve incident scene

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