Australian Community Workers Association

Australian Community Workers Association

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 1 month ago

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  • Australian Community Work Practice Guidelines set the standard for professionalism

    Last month saw the release of the newly updated Australian community workers’ code of ethics and now we’re following it up with brand new practice guidelines for the profession. Together, these foundation documents lay out the professional and ethical standards expected of practitioners working in community and human services and needed for a nationally skilled workforce. While the Code was upda...

Australian Community Workers Association

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 1 month ago

New blog articles detected

  • A new Code of ethics for Australia’s community services workers

    Working within an ethical framework is essential in community services where practitioners work with individuals, families and groups to maximise their potential and address social, cultural and economic issues. As the relevant professional body, the Australian Community Workers Association (ACWA) has set this framework for ethical practice in accordance with industry, employer, client and public...

  • Community work: rural, regional, city divide?

    Written by Sha Cordingley, Chief Executive Officer ACWA Recently I had the pleasure of presenting at Federation University’s symposium: ‘Teaching, research and practice in the community and human services sector…’ on Community work: rural, regional, city divide? This actually wasn’t such an easy topic to address; there are some obvious differences, but do they influence practice? Community worke...

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