Having trouble updating your CPD record? Watch our useful step-by-step video here.
In this course, Bryan Jeffreys examines key topics in mental health - neuro-chemistry, depression, suicide and substance abuse.
The Victorian Branch has created an information series aimed at new social work graduates, available online through SWOT. This online course is free and can count for 1 hour of CPD for AASW members.
The revised edition of 'Working Together: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Mental Health and Wellbeing Principles and Practice' is now available free of charge from the AASW website.
Presented by Dr Pamela Trevithick, this online e-course is designed to assist participants to translate theory into practice.
The CPD record is a convenient way to record and monitor your CPD hours. Enter your details using the ‘add activity’ button, then track your progress by clicking on your goal.
Find all the information about the 2014 AASW election here.
We've launched a new Resource Library on our website! The Resource Library 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.
A joint submission by the AASW and two other key stakeholders on the Higher Education and Research Reform Amendment Bill 2014 has now been published on the Senate Education and Employment Legislation Committee's website.
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.
The AASW has lodged a strong submission to the National Children in Immigration Detention Inquiry being undertaken by the Human Rights Commission.
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