What does COVID-19 mean for you and your study?

With the number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Australia increasing at a steady rate, we understand that some of you may have concerns over practical days, placement and completion dates. Practical days Our regular ‘prac-days’ have been a very popular and beneficial way to access trainers, get assessment assistance and catch up with other […]

Is there still a stigma around mental health?

Stigma is a social construct that has been shaped by culture and history. It is a mark of difference, and the inevitable consequence is the devaluation of the individual or group (Heatherton, Kleck, Hebl & Hull, 2000). Historically, stigma is seen as a mark of dishonor and is frequently experienced by those with mental illness […]

How to Become a Community Services Case Manager

How to Become a Community Services Case Manager: A Community Services Case Manager will generally perform two roles, the first is to work directly with clients by conducting risk assessments, advocating on their behalf and assisting them in liaising with various agencies. Secondly, Case Managers oversee other frontline staff such as Case Workers or Support […]

How to Become a Counsellor in Australia

How to become a Counsellor in Australia: Counsellors in Australia perform an important role by providing support to people who are, or have, suffered physical or emotional difficulties. By becoming a Counsellor you have an incredible opportunity to assist these individuals to identify and then work through their various issues and ultimately move past them. […]

How to Become a Project Manager

To become a Project Manager you will need to learn the fundamental principles of the Project Management Process and the various Project Management Methodologies that you can utilise to complete a project successfully.

What Is A Residential Care Worker? How To Become One

Residential Care workers support the client in their daily living activities, life skills and personal growth. They work as part of an interdisciplinary team with a focus on client-centred practice, enabling them to heal from past trauma. Daily tasks may include cooking, cleaning, organising appointments, activities, homework and supporting them in general wellbeing. Residential care workers provide 24-hour care in staggered shifts.