Social Workers assess the social needs of individuals, families and groups, assist and empower people to develop and use the skills and resources needed to resolve social and other problems, and further human wellbeing and human rights, social justice and social development. According to Job Outlook Australia, the number of people working as Social Workers (in their main job) grew very strongly over 5 years: from 30,400 in 2014 to 40,300 in 2019.
– Bachelor of Social Work
– Bachelor of Social Work (Honours)
– Master of Social Work (Qualifying)
– Aged care.
– Child Protection.
– Disability Services.
– Family and Relationship Counselling.
– Income Support.
– Medical and Health Care.
– Psychiatric and General Mental Health Care.
– Offer Letter from the selected university.
– A valid passport.
– English Language Proficiency Certificates.
– Evidence of sufficient funds for the duration of course of study.
– Evidence of Overseas Students Health Cover.
– All other relevant documents required by the Department of Home Affairs.