About This Course
The Undergraduate Certificate in Youth Practice introduces students to the essential working knowledge and skills of youth work, with a focus on reflective practice, cultural consciousness, and building professional relationships.
The certificate is targeted at people who are looking to discover or reconnect with their passion for working with young people.
Course Learning Outcomes
- Demonstrate foundational knowledge of youth work theory and practice
- Explain multiculturalism in Australia and how this relates to Aboriginal Australians and diaspora communities
- Review how contemporary scholarship on youth work informs the practice of youth work in various contexts
- Explore the concept of discourse and its implications for youth work
- Critically reflect on personal engagement and experience with cultural difference
Diploma in Applied Social Science
The Diploma of Applied Social Science introduces you to the areas of social science and counselling or youth work. It will provide you with the fundamentals of social analysis and insights into human development and behaviour. It will orientate you to some research methodologies and social policies.
Bachelor of Youth Work
Young people are actively involved in shaping our world. So, what will this world look like for all of us in the future? How will life be better for citizens of the next century? The Tabor Bachelor Youth Work is developed around a central, optimistic ideology – that young people enrich society. Such enrichment requires unity and collaboration. Human experience is fundamentally relational and Tabor believes that any society is made better by the presence of multiple voices.
How long does it take?
6 months full-time or part-time equivalent.
*Not available full-time in every intake.
When can I start?
Semester 1 – February
Semester 2 – July