The Certificate IV in Stolen Generations Family Research and Case Management is intended to provide you with a range of knowledge, skills and competencies to undertake family tracing activities to support members of the Stolen Generations. This includes:
- Applying a comprehensive understanding of Stolen Generations people, history, impacts and issues in your everyday work
- Building effective relationships with clients using appropriate cultural awareness, empathy and communication skills
- Conducting family history research for clients using a wide range of information sources
- Providing case management for clients
- Supporting clients while establishing their identity and organizing reunification with family community and country as appropriate
- Keeping accurate records and files and preparing and presenting reports
Whilst the course has been tailored to meet the needs of Link Up services case workers, eligibility to participate the course is open to people with a demonstrated interest in Indigenous Social and Emotional Wellbeing and Indigenous family history research including other social and emotional wellbeing workers and Indigenous community members.
This course is available to workers and community members from
There are no pre‐requisites for this course but it is considered appropriate for people who hold a professional or vocational qualification relevant to work in the Stolen Generation Family History and Case management Sector.
A blended program compromising three pillars of learning ‐ with blocks of face to face sessions accompanied by online learning and guided workplace activities.