Being the responsible person supervising clients who are under 18 brings with it a blend of giving freedom of responsibility to the client while maintaining the duty of care responsibility.

These qualifications cover the skills required for working as a youth development officer, youth and family service worker, recreational youth activities worker, or a youth alcohol and other drugs worker. For example, in a church which offers holiday camps; a coach at a local community sports club; in a community support service which has youth as its client basis; supportive accommodation.

Youth justice is a qualification for workers who supervise young people who have been directed by the justice system to be in the care and direction of authorised communities and/or government agencies.