Learn more about our Collective Trademarks and how you can benefit from them by watching this 11 minute video tutorial.
If you are a new social work graduate looking for work, follow this free SWOT online information series developed by our Victorian Branch.
If you're having trouble updating your CPD record, watch our step-by-step video.
This new 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.
This new course presented by Dr Deb Absler addresses the natural concerns of social workers who have to engage with children and adolescents. It provides an understanding of children's development to build your skills and strategies so you can communicate effectively with them.
"Ensuring the dignity and worth of all people". View the message by National President, Professor Karen Healy on WSWD.
Get the most out of the AASW website by watching our new video tutorial.
In 2014 we launched a Resource Library accessible under the Practitioner Resources tab on our website! The Resource Library is regularly updated and is designed to provide AASW members with centralised access to high-quality, current and free resources on a range of topics relevant to social work with individuals, families, groups, organisations and communities.
Click here for information about the eligibility requirements and the steps required to create a listing.
We are thrilled to announce the launch today of a legally protected Collective Trade Mark (CTM) for exclusive use by AASW Accredited Social Workers.
The AASW issued a media release urging the government to reverse cuts to Indigenous services on Close The Gap Day 2015.
The AASW has supported the ‘Mercy’ campaign to help save Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran from being executed.
Read the AASW submission to the interim McClure Report on welfare reform.
The AASW has made a submission to the Royal Commission into Institutional Child Sexual Abuse in response to their issues paper on Redress Schemes.
Professor Karen Healy has released a strong opinion piece on the responsibility of social workers to speak out about child abuse on Nauru.
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