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Western Australia

Date Event Location
Feb 2019 - December 2020 Post Graduate Course in Family and Systemic Therapy
Endorsed CPD: Course

A 2 year nationally accredited post graduate training program in Family and Systemic Therapy. It is designed to equip participants with the core and specific competencies for systemic and family therapy practice.

*FPS Relevant Activity*

Perth, WA
27 November 2019 Meet the Employer
If you would like to join this event remotely through a Zoom meeting link- Please email the WA Branch to register for your webinar link.

The AASW-WA Branch is pleased to be hosting a ‘Meet the Employer’ event for social work students, new graduates and those who want to know about employment opportunities. At this event you will meet employers from the welfare, community and health services sector and learn first-hand about:

• Job opportunities for social workers and career pathways
• What to expect when going through the job application process
• Tips on how to get your application shortlisted and good interview techniques
• Stories from past recruitment processes, the good, the bad and mediocre.

City West Lotteries House, WA
2 December 2019 Get That Job: Application - AASW (WA)
Rural Members- Please email the WA Branch to register for your webinar link.

The AASW-WA Branch is pleased to be hosting ‘Get That Job’, an event for social work students, new graduates and social workers who want to improve their employment opportunities.

The session will cover how to interpret and respond to selection criteria when applying for a position. It will provide examples of responses to common criteria and a practical exercise in writing a response.

The second half of the session will focus on preparing a résumé that is targeted on the desired position. An example will be explored and the participants will be given a practical exercise to get their résumé started.

City West Lotteries House, WA
2 December 2019 Get That Job : Interview - AASW (WA)
Rural Members- Please email the WA Branch to register for your webinar link.

The AASW-WA Branch is pleased to be hosting ‘Get That Job’, an event for social work students, new graduates and social workers who want to improve their employment opportunities.

At this event you will find out about strategies and tips to improve your interview presence and technique.

City West Lotteries House, WA
5 Dec 2019 Field Education Special Interest Group (WA)
Meeting

AASW WA Branch Field Education Special Interest Group - A group for social workers interested in field education.

City West Lotteries House, WA
27-28 February 2020 Hopeful Voyager: Navigating your way through the ambiguous losses of mental ill health (WA)
Workshop

The AASW WA is pleased to invite you to attend a workshop to develop your skills in Ambiguous Loss Theory with Dr Kanthi Perera at Citywest Lotteryshouse in Perth.

City West Lotteries House, WA
11 March 2020 Mental Health Screening and Assessment Tools for Everyday Practice
Workshop

The program will upskill workers to have an appropriate understanding of evidence based screening and assessment tools and linking the results of these tools to therapeutic interventions.

City West Lotteries House, WA
1st Apr 2020 Graduate Certificate in Bereavement Counselling and Intervention
Endorsed CPD: Graduate Certificate

This Graduate Certificate in Bereavement Counselling and Intervention (GC BCI) is highly sought after qualification that will give practitioners theoretical and clinical skill to support patients and clients with both normative and complicated grief reactions. The course is post graduate level and a nationally recognised VET qualification designed for counsellors, social workers, psychologists and other allied health professionals wanting to specialise in bereavement counselling and intervention.

Perth, WA
1 April 2020 Exploring ‘Grooming’ Interactions in Counselling and Case Work
Workshop

While the term ‘grooming’ is most often used in regard to child sexual abuse and domestic violence offenders, a broader definition of the term in client work might be “Habitual and/or intentional actions by clients to elicit support, sympathy, favour or collusion in their version of reality” and is useful when working with many clients.

City West Lotteries House, WA
AASW - Australian Association of Social Workers