Are you curious about what a social worker does and what a typical day would look like?
Curtin’s Bachelor of Social Work course can help you make a difference to the lives of others. Learn more at the upcoming information evening.
- Wednesday 14 August 2019
- 6.00 pm to 8.00 pm
- Freda Jacob Lecture Theatre, Building 108, Curtin University Bentley Campus
Come along to our Undergraduate Social Work Information Evening where you’ll hear from lecturers and current students about our four-year course and the rewarding career opportunities available. Learn what it’s like to be a social worker and what a typical day looks like from our graduates.
You’ll have the opportunity to ‘walk the course’, speak one-on-one with our staff and students, and get the answers to any questions you may have.
About Curtin’s Bachelor of Social Work course – a brief overview:
In this course you will study in-depth human behaviour and complex social processes.
You’ll draw on knowledge from a range of disciplines including sociology, psychology, politics, philosophy, health and economics, to learn how people engage with one another, their communities and society.
You will develop the skills and values necessary to counsel individuals and groups, and to work competently with children, young people, adults, the elderly and people from different ethnic and cultural backgrounds.