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Diploma of Narrative Approaches for Aboriginal People (Counselling, Group and Community Work) 10401NAT

 

Overview

Target audience: Social and emotional wellbeing workers (SEWB) who want to add to their knowledge and skills in delivering counselling SEWB services to Aboriginal families and communities. It is particularly suited to Aboriginal workers who are employed in various social and emotional wellbeing job roles in which counselling duties comprise a significant part of their work.

Course summary: This course has 19 units and has been designed to ensure that students’ learning is connected to their day-to-day work in their communities.

Four units focus specifically on narrative training (first year), the remainder of the units cover co-morbidity, crisis work, violence, health promotion, strategic approaches to Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander health, SEWB assessment and intervention and responding to trauma (second year).

Specifically, the course will give participants:

Students are required to complete all the narrative units before being able to participate in other units in the course. More information about prerequisite units will be provided during orientation.

The Diploma of Narrative Approaches for Aboriginal People (Counselling, Group and Community Work) course is accredited with the Australian Counselling Association.

Fee payable: No

Delivery mode: This course runs over two years with a combination of 1 and 2 week study blocks for a total of 7 weeks (14 weeks face to face study blocks in total. Attendance at all teaching sessions is necessary to progress through the course and assessments tasks will be be required to be completed outside of face to face study blocks.

Financial assistance for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students: Yes

Contacts

Nunkuwarrin Yunti of South Australia Inc
Education & Training
80 South Terrace
Adelaide SA 5000
Ph: (08) 8168 8300
Fax: (08) 8212 6777
Email: Online form

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Last updated: 11 July 2017
 
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