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Professional Development

Social Work Online Training (SWOT)

Have you browsed our Social Work Online Training? A variety of topics available to access at your convenience 24/7. 

SWOT: Creating a successful private practice - Part 2 now available

The eagerly anticipated Part 2 of 'Creating a successful private practice' has been launched on SWOT. Presented by Doug Burke, this course can count towards 2 hours for your CPD. 

SWOT: Recordings from AASW National Symposium are available

The AASW National Symposium 2015 was recorded! Content is available. Some moving presentations are available at no or very minimal costs.

SWOT: What's up with my mob?

In this recording, presenter Mel Brown, explores some common terms used in modern Australia, trans-generational trauma and how trauma has impacted Aboriginal people and families

SWOT: Responding to disclosures of sexual assault

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. 

Video: How to update your CPD record

If you're having trouble updating your CPD record, watch our step-by-step video.

SWOT: Finding and thriving in your first job

If you are a new social work graduate looking for work, follow this free SWOT online information series developed by our Victorian Branch.

SWOT: Leadership and social work - transitioning from practitioner to manager

This course discusses the topic of leadership and management. Dr Rosalie Pockett is an insightful and engaging presenter who will assist you to understand the different styles/approaches to leadership and how to commence the transition into a leadership or management role.

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Social Policy and Advocacy

Why Senate should reject removal of Pensioner Education Supplement

The AASW agrees with the recommendation of Labor and Greens' senators in the recent Senate report that the Government should not pass the Social Services Legislation Amendment (Budget Repair) Bill 2015. Read the report.

Violence against women

Social workers understand violence against women as a complex social problem with gender inequality at its core. Read the AASW's position statement

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