As an RTO all our courses are accredited as Nationally Recognised Training.

The below courses provide the necessary skills to enter the work force and provide the pathway to active volunteering and community service management

CHC14015 – Certificate I in Active Volunteering

CHC22015 – Certificate II in Community Services

CHC24015 – Certificate II in Active Volunteering

CHC34015 – Certificate III in Active Volunteering


We also provide an exciting dual qualification based on the core units of competency in CHC22015 Certificate II in Community Services and CHC24015 Certificate II Active Volunteering designed specifically around the generic skills required by volunteers and most workers entering fields such as Community Services.


Kick Start your Professional Development Year

The Certificate IV in Volunteer Program Coordination is uniquely packaged in the Professional Development Year and this certificate IV is the ideal launching pad to obtain the qualifications which flow onto the Advanced Diploma of Community Sector Management.

                         CHC44015 : Certificate IV in Volunteer Program Coordination

Complete your Professional Development Year:

NVSA’s Advanced Diploma in Community Sector Management is packaged in the Professional Development Year Program. Winner of the 2013 SA Adult Learners Program of the Year Award, this unique year long program involves mentoring, workshops, work based assessments, gap training (if required), and involvement in an external mentoring program. Some RPL is required. The qualification is developed with an intermediate to advanced Volunteer Program Manager in mind.          

CHC62015 : Advanced Diploma of Community Sector Management

BSB61015 : Advanced Diploma of Leadership & Management

For more information, please contact our NVETS Manager alternatively call our office 08 8250 1582



Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) is an assessment process that recognises your current skills and experience, regardless of where and when the learning occurred. RPL can give you a full or part qualification. It can reduce the amount of time you need to study, by recognising what you already know. It can also be used to identify the training you need to complete a qualification, or provide a pathway to a higher qualification.

What skills or experience can be recognised for RPL?

  •          On the job skills and experience             
  •          Formal or informal education and training or qualifications
  •          Paid work such as community or volunteer work
  •          General life experience
  •          A combination of the above.
  •          Please refer to the student handbook available as a DOWNLOAD on our enrolment page for all terms and conditions.