You want to contribute to society in a meaningful and practical way. You want to understand why crime occurs. You’d like to work with people caught up in the criminal justice system, either as accused, offenders or victims. You want to influence the way communities view crime.
Want to make a positive difference to solve social problems in a rapidly changing human services sector? You’ll develop a broad suite of skills to become a social entrepreneur who can assist, advocate and empower people and communities who are experiencing complex social and economic challenges.
Gain the industry-recognised qualification to work in a wide range of community service sectors, particularly social welfare in government departments, not-for-profit or community-based organisations and for private employers.
Take the first step towards a writing career which can take you around the world, or lets you work from home. Writers are on the frontline of a revolution in information which demands an ability to communicate in print, on the web and in social media.
The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) is gearing up to provide services to people with a lived experience of disability across the state and the nation, and will offer lots of career opportunities.