|*|| have completed the equivalent of at least two years full-time study in a degree program; and||*|| demonstrate they have completed a substantial amount of that study in the behavioural and social sciences, normally understood as two years in psychology/behavioural science and sociology;||OR||*|| have successfully completed the Associate Diploma of Social Science (Community Welfare), or its equivalent, in the TAFE sector; and,||*|| demonstrate at least two years of successful post-qualification employment in a social/community welfare role.|
|*|| academic achievement ||*|| relevance of previous study to social work ||*|| demonstrated interest in the course and the career ||*|| communication skills ||*|| relevance of previous work experience to the course and career ||*|| equity and special considerations.|
|*|| the necessary analytical and interactional skills for a wide range of situations involving individuals, families, groups, organisations and communities; the ability to think critically and constructively about different approaches to social work; ||*|| personal insight and awareness in order to develop the potential for continued professional growth;||*|| the ability to contribute to the improvement and development of social welfare policy and services; and ||*|| the ability to conduct research for the development of social work knowledge.|
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