The Bachelor of Applied Social Science (Community Services) is an accredited higher-ed qualification that educates students in the knowledge and practices needed for best serving the community through a range of services such as immigration, alcohol and other drug abuse, homelessness, aged care and child and family services. Through 24 units of competency, industry placement and face-to-face supervised clinical work, successful graduates will be well equipped and placed to serve and assist the community.
The Bachelor of Applied Social Science (Community Services) is an ‘approved course’ of the Australian Community Workers Association. As a graduate of this course, you’ll be able to apply for membership of the ACWA, the peak body for community services professionals.
The units cover such knowledge and training as: counselling, conflict management and case management.