SWOT provides 24/7 training on a variety of topics. Use it to help meet your CPD requirements.
Guest speaker at Tasmania's annual dinner in November, Emeritus Professor Jim Ife, spoke about social work in the current challenging political climate.
Listen to Assoc. Professor Munjed Al Muderis on fleeing Saddam Hussein’s Iraq and being held in detention before being able to pursue his career as a pioneering surgeon.
Presented by Jatinder Kaur, this training focuses on working with clients from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds in the mental health field.
Register for this conference, and explore and appreciate the importance of local knowledge and relationships, the footprint we leave within communities and our understanding of what makes rural social work practice inspirational.
A step-by-step video on how to update your professional development in your membership record
The AASW's Student Centre provides information and resources for prospective, current and newly graduated social work students.
The Annual General Meeting minutes for 2015 were adopted at the AGM held in Queensland in November 2016.
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Read the AASW's audited financial and annual reports for the 2015-16 financial year. They are just two of the many ways we keep our members up-to-date.
The AASW has strongly opposed this Bill because it does not comply with Australia's international human rights and legal obligations.
Our position and briefing papers support social workers and others who are responding to government inquiries or approaching their local MP.
This series promotes social work practice in key fields and explores social work and psychosocial assessments and case management.
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