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Inherent Requirements

INHERENT REQUIREMENTS FOR THE GRADUATE CERTIFICATE OF HUMAN SERVICES

These inherent requirements apply to the following course: Graduate Certificate of Human Services (National CRICOS Course code 0101845). This course provides students with specific knowledge in sociology, social policy making, Indigenous issues and professional communications. In this student learn about contemporary Australian social issues and how these relate to human services work, especially social work. Students are also guided on how to develop verbal and written communication and critical thinking and reasoning. This course has been designed to prepare students for work in the human services sector and as a pathway into study in the Master of Social Work (Qualifying).  

What is it like to do this course?

It may be helpful for you to understand a little about what it is like to complete the Graduate Certificate of Human Services. Further information about the courses is available in Graduate Certificate of Human Services course page and we recommend you familiarise yourself with the information there. 

What about when I finish my course?

Successfully completing the course enables you to seek work in the human services sector and provides a pathway into the Master of Social Work (Qualifying). If you are undertaking this course in order to complete subsequent higher education it is important to ensure that you are familiar with the inherent requirements of those courses also. 

Inherent requirement domains

There are six domains of inherent requirements in the Graduate Certificate of Human Services. Some domains have a number of sub-domains.

  • Ethical behaviour
  • Behavioural stability
  • Legal compliance
  • Communication
  • Cognition
  • Reflective skills

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