Master of Social Work webinar
Take this opportunity to find out more about entering La Trobe’s highly regarded Master of Social Work. Find out more about the course structure, content, placements, career opportunities and ask your questions in a live Q&A.
- Wednesday 15 November 2023 06:00 pm until Wednesday 15 November 2023 07:00 pm (Add to calendar)
- Future Students Centre
1300 135 045
- Presented by:
- Maureen Long
- Type of Event:
- Future Student Information
La Trobe's Master of Social Work gives you the skills and knowledge to turn your passion for social justice into a thriving career. Whether you're looking to advance your career or move into a rewarding new field, you'll gain the hands-on expertise to help people in need.
Learn from world-class academics with extensive backgrounds in social work practice, including specialists in areas such as addiction, child and family welfare, disability, and mental health. Explore the various roles undertaken by social workers, including direct practice, social policy, education and research, community development, counselling, organisational planning.
Under the supervision of an experienced social worker, you'll put your knowledge into practice by completing two 70-day placements. Through our partnerships with Eastern Health, Northern Health and Alfred Health, and community partners, you'll work in real industry settings and gain valuable insights into the day-to-day experiences of social workers.
Join our webinar to hear from Course Coordinator Maureen Long about the course structure, entry requirements and the career opportunities this degree offers. Ask questions and have them answered directly by the Academic in a live Q&A
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