Delivered by a social worker with a wealth of experience in the area, this course will assist you to develop skills and greater knowledge in responding to disclosures of sexual assault.
The Summit is being held from 29 October to 6 November 2015. Confirmed speakers include leading global mental health experts. This event is unique: it is delivered entirely online, you decide what you want to pay to participate, all proceeds are donated to the charity Act for Kids. Help contribute to the $100,000 target.
Gain up to 6 hours towards your CPD requirements by attending the National Symposium in Sydney on 27 and 28 November. Network with your colleagues and explore the theme "Social Workers and Leaders and Change Agents" with our speakers and panellists. Register now. Early Bird rate expires 31 August.
This SWOT workshop provides simple definitions to use when talking about self harm and suicidal thoughts. You will consider the cycle of change and gain an understanding of the drivers of despair, both internal and external, and much more.
Explore how to set up a case planning meeting, who should attend and more in this new SWOT course presented by Dr Helen Buckley of Trinity College, Dublin.
This course will help social workers to collaborate more closely with schools when they are supporting vulnerable children. It describes the goals of school social work practice and demonstrates the potential of working closely with school staff.
Learn more about our Collective Trademarks and how you can benefit from them by watching this 11 minute video tutorial.
In this course, Bryan Jeffreys examines key topics in mental health: neurochemistry, depression, suicide and substance abuse.
If you're having trouble updating your CPD record, watch our step-by-step video.
If you are a new social work graduate looking for work, follow this free SWOT online information series developed by our Victorian Branch.
Learn more about our legally protected Collective Trade Mark (CTM) for exclusive use by AASW Accredited Social Workers.
Access your membership certificate of currency and mental health accredited certificate online.
Log on to the Member Centre at the top of our homepage to update your details, including your preferences to receive publications such as the National Bulletin.
Read the AASW's submission that is now being considered by the Parliamentary Inquiry into Chronic Disease Prevention and Management in Primary Health Care.
Social workers understand violence against women as a complex social problem with gender inequality at its core. Read our position statement
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