CHCYTH4C Support Young People in Responding to Crisis
To complete your course you will need to be involved in a ministry within your church or fellowship group, and be under the mentorship of your Pastor or his delegate. For instance you may be involved in the “Children’s Ministry” or the “Youth Group” or any other department of the church. We advise you to remain within that ministry while you are completing this level of your studies as to do so will better build your skills as you complete the course.
If you do not have a mentor then the Principal of the College will be your mentor.
If you are not involved in a church or fellowship group then you will need to be involved in some other kind community based group in order to develop the practical skills.
This particular unit “CHCYTH4C Support Young People in Responding to Crisis”, requires you to show how you identify the risks faced by young people and help them to identify risk areas and to set up a framework where they can find help when in need.
To help you gather the evidence required we suggest that you collate information over a period of not less than 2 months and compile it with a report addressing the issues below. A report outline will be provided to you identifying specific areas to be addressed. Your skills development for this subject are appropriate to someone who is involved in the department but is not in an oversight position, even if you are in fact in oversight. This information with the multiple choice questionnaire from your text book should provide sufficient evidences of competency.
Issues to be addressed.
- CHCYTH4C 1 Implement risk minimisation strategies
- CHCYTH4C 2 Maintain a safe environment for young people
Complimentary Vision Subject CC 101 Sociology of Marriage and Family Life