Social Work Courses(8 courses)
This online Bachelor of Social Work course is approved by the Australian Association of Social Workers (AASW), and will lay a solid foundation for your career as a social worker.View course information
The Bachelor of Social Work from Edith Cowen University is an essential, comprehensive course for those wishing to pursue careers in the professional social work practice environment.View course information
This online Master of Social Work (Professional Qualifying) course will enable you to gain full accreditation with the Australian Association of Social Workers (AASW).View course information
The Bachelor of Social Science from ECU is an essential course for students wishing to pursue careers as policy makers, managers and practitioners within the community/public service sector.View course information
Pursue your passion for helping others and forge a career that makes a real difference with this Bachelor of Human Services (with specialisations) from Charles Sturt University.View course information
Help people touched by mental illness get their lives back on track with the nationally recognised Certificate IV in Mental Health (CHC43315) from TrainSmart Australia.View course information
Start a rewarding career helping those in your community with dependency issues break the cycle of addiction with the skills gained in the CHC53215 Diploma of Alcohol and Other Drugs from TrainSmart Australia.View course information
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About Social Work
Social work can be as interesting, diverse and unpredictable as society itself. As a community worker you might advocate for immigrants and refugees or work to improve quality of life standards for remote Indigenous communities; as a counsellor you could help grieving families within hospitals or provide family counselling; and as a caseworker you might empower people with disabilities, assess and respond to risks for children or support people with substance addictions.
Each of these roles involves empathy, ethics and the ability to make some difficult decisions, but they also have positive social change as the reward, and not every career can boast that.
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