Social Work and Child Protection Practice Information Evening

Thursday 12 August

Online and Fox Lecture Theatre

  • Online and In person

Event details

Location

Date and time

  • Thursday 12 August,
    5.30pm - 6.30pm

Event type

  • Online and In person

Audience

  • High school students
  • Mature students (age 20+) pursuing your first degree
  • Postgraduate (considering postgraduate study)
  • International students
  • Parents and guardians
  • Career advisers and teachers
  • An international agent

Registration

  • Opening soon
Did you know social work is one of the fastest-growing professions in Australia?

This information evening, available both in person and online, will introduce you to the diversity of social work careers, and the structure of UWA’s Master of Social Work (MSW) course, including how it prepares you for professional practice in a variety of employment settings. 

Hear from our academic staff, current students and recent graduates about their experiences and the benefits of studying the MSW. 

In addition, the information evening will showcase the newly redesigned Graduate Certificate in Child Protection Practice. Graduates who are already working in this field or who are interested in a career in child protection will be able to learn about this contemporary, practical qualification.

For those attending in person, light refreshments will be provided, as well as the opportunity to speak with staff and students.

Please note: COVID-19 procedures will be strictly adhered to as part of this event to ensure a safe environment. Registration is essential for all parties in attendance, including parents/guardians. Places are limited.