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 Edith Cowan UniversityBachelor of Social Science

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.

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 Edith Cowan UniversityBachelor of Youth Work

The Bachelor of Youth Work provides a comprehensive program of study that combines the essentials of youth work with complementary studies in community work.

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CHC40413Open CollegesCertificate IV in Youth Work

The online Certificate IV in Youth Work (CHC40413) course from Open Colleges provides a framework for working with, supporting and empowering children and young people.

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CHC50313BCA National Training GroupDiploma of Child, Youth and Family Intervention

Begin a rewarding career that sees you support at-risk children and families when they need it the most with this Diploma of Child, Youth and Family Intervention (CHC50313) from BCA National Training Group.

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  • About Youth Work

    Are you looking for a challenging and rewarding career? You can help shape the lives of young people – aged 0-25 – through the study of Youth Work.

    Youth Work courses provide students with an understanding of the social, behavioural, health, welfare and developmental needs of youth.

    Students of Youth Work courses will be taught how to provide emotional and everyday, hands-on support to young people, and help develop their confidence levels and social skills.

    Youth Work courses will explore a range of fascinating subjects, which may include engaging young people, case management, responding to critical situations, promoting Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander cultural safety, providing first aid, working with young people and their families, mental health issues and identifying people at risk.

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