Study a course that skills you up to make a difference. Get ready to engage in individual and community health and rights.
Serve and protect the vulnerable. Study child health, disaster and famine management, nutrition and chronic diseases. Prescribe awareness of the factors affecting quality of life and debate key features of Australia’s policies and services.
You’ll investigate work and leisure, human rights or social services. Answer the call to help. Learn online and look out for the wellbeing of the individual, families and communities.
Community services & care degrees
- Major Subjects
Community services & care subjects
How to become a community services and care professional
Help yourself to a career that helps others.
Study online and boost your career opportunities in a healthy, growing and diverse employment sector.
Practice and specialise in a range of careers including health, welfare, and management in the public and private sector. Join the not-for-profit sector or step into a government department. Serve your community as a counsellor, social worker or child carer or an indigenous health worker.
Improve your career prospects and get accreditation from some of Australia’s peak, reputable organisations.
Nutrition Society of Australia (NSA)
With members as diverse of nutritionists, veterinarians, food scientists and medical practitioners, the NSA is committed to supporting the science of nutrition on the national stage.
Student stories and study advice
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What is a Bachelor of Social Work?
A Bachelor of Social Work is your must-have qualification to become a social worker. With it, you’ll help individuals, groups and communities heal, exercise their rights and determine their own lives.