Diploma of Community Coordination and Facilitation

Community coordination and facilitation sector is about fostering, promoting and supporting community development, particularly in rural communities that are engaged in land management activities.


Packaging Rules

Completion of ten (10) elective units.


a minimum of four (4) units must come from elective group A

a minimum of four (4) units must come from elective groups A or B

a maximum of two (2) units may be selected from units aligned to Certificate IV or above in AHC10 or from any other currently endorsed training package or accredited course. Selected units must be relevant to job outcomes in community coordination and facilitation.


Community coordination and facilitation

add topic AHCCCF501A Evaluate project submissions

add topic AHCCCF502A Facilitate development of group goals and projects

add topic AHCCCF503A Promote group formation and development

add topic AHCCCF504A Support group and community changes in resource management

add topic AHCCCF505A Contribute to regional planning process

add topic AHCCCF506A Manage the incorporation of a group

add topic AHCCCF601A Map regional issues and stakeholders



add topic AHCBUS501A Manage staff

add topic AHCBUS502A Market products and services

add topic AHCBUS503A Negotiate and monitor contracts

add topic AHCBUS504A Prepare estimates, quotes and tenders

add topic AHCBUS505A Develop a marketing plan

add topic AHCBUS506A Develop and review a business plan

add topic AHCBUS507A Monitor and review business performance

add topic AHCBUS508A Prepare and monitor budgets and financial reports

add topic BSBADM504B Plan or review administrative systems

add topic BSBRES401A Analyse and present research information

add topic TLIR307C Negotiate a contract

add topic TLIL1907C Implement and monitor transport logistics

add topic TLIR207C Source goods/services and evaluate contractors

Community coordination and facilitation

add topic AHCCCF401A Prepare project acquittal

add topic AHCCCF402A Report on project

add topic AHCCCF403A Obtain and manage sponsorship

add topic AHCCCF404A Contribute to association governance

add topic AHCCCF405A Develop community networks

add topic AHCCCF406A Facilitate ongoing group development

add topic AHCCCF407A Obtain resources from community and groups

add topic AHCCCF408A Promote community programs

add topic AHCCCF409A Participate in assessments of project submissions

add topic AHCCCF410A Support individuals in resource management change processes

add topic AHCCCF411A Develop approaches to include cultural and human diversity

add topic AHCCCF412A Coordinate board/committee elections

add topic AHCCCF413A Service committees

add topic AHCCCF414A Coordinate fund-raising activities

add topic AHCCCF415A Coordinate social events to support group purposes

add topic AHCCCF416A Present proposed courses of action to meeting

add topic CHCCD404D Develop and implement community programs

add topic LGACOM502B Devise and conduct community consultations

Lands, parks and wildlife

add topic PUACOM012B Liaise with media at a local level

add topic AHCLPW501A Develop a management plan for a designated area

Occupational health and safety

add topic AHCOHS501A Manage Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) processes


add topic AHCWRK501A Plan, implement and review a quality assurance program

add topic AHCWRK502A Collect and manage data

add topic AHCWRK503A Prepare reports

add topic AHCWRK504A Assess new industry developments

add topic AHCWRK505A Manage trial and/or research material

add topic AHCWRK507A Implement professional practice

add topic AHCWRK508A Interpret legislation

add topic AHCWRK509A Provide specialist advice to clients

add topic AHCWRK510A Audit site operations

add topic AHCWRK511A Develop workplace policy and procedures for sustainability

add topic PSPPM502B Manage complex projects

add topic PSPPM503B Close complex projects


    Qualification pathways

    Pathways into the qualification

    This qualification may be accessed by direct entry.

    Pathways from the qualification

    Further training pathways from this qualification include, but are not limited to, Advanced Diploma of Conservation and Land Management.

    Australian Apprenticeships

    This qualification is suitable for an Australian Apprenticeship.

    Job roles

    Job roles and titles vary across different industry sectors. Possible job titles relevant to this qualification include:

    Volunteer, project manager, community group leader, group or project coordinator, regional coordinator

Entry Requirements

Entry requirements

There are no entry requirements for this qualification.

Licensing Information

Not Applicable

Employability Skills


Employability Skill

Industry/enterprise requirements for this qualification include:


Reading and interpreting workplace related documentation

Writing to audience needs

Interpreting the needs of internal/external customers

Establishing/using networks


Working with diverse individuals and groups

Applying knowledge of own role as a part of a team

Applying teamwork skills to a range of situations

Identifying and using the strengths of other team members


Developing practical and creative solutions to workplace problems

Applying a range of strategies in problem solving

Listening to and resolving concerns in relation to workplace issues

Initiative and enterprise

Identifying opportunities that might not be obvious to others

Generating a range of options in response to workplace matters

Translating ideas into action

Developing innovative solutions

Planning and organising

Taking initiative and making decisions within workplace role

Working within or establishing clear project goals and deliverables

Determining or applying required resources

Allocating people and other resources to tasks and workplace requirements


Having a personal vision and goals

Articulating own ideas and vision

Monitoring and evaluating own performance

Taking responsibility at the appropriate level


Being open to learning, new ideas and techniques

Learning in order to accommodate change

Managing own learning


Using technology and related workplace equipment

Using technology to organise data

Applying technology as a management tool