Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
This program addresses the core knowledge and skills in assessment, intervention and case management used at key stages in the decision-making, planning and reviewing processes of child protection. The course has direct relevance for employment in statutory protection settings, in community-based child and family welfare agencies and in out-of-home and leaving care sectors in which knowledge of child protection is required.
Those employed in statutory protection settings, child and family welfare agencies and out-of-home and leaving care
The course consists of units to a total value of 24 points.
- Child protection practice
Standard entry requirements
UWA Bachelor degree or equivalent
The certificate articulates with the Graduate Diploma in Advanced Social Work.
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