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CSV1101 Introduction to Community Work
Credit Points: 15

This unit provides a comprehensive introduction to a range of models of working with communities. Distinctions are made between the community work processes used in service provision; events organisation; social and political activism; community development; leadership development; and social impact assessment. The unit provides an introduction to working with local communities associated with the natural environment; the built environment; the economic environment; the personal and social environment; and the arts and cultural environment.

This Unit is part of the following Courses / Unit Sets
G36Bachelor of Social Science
MACHNFChildren and Family Studies Major
SMCTYEight (8) Unit Supporting Major in Community Studies 8 Unit Supporting Major
SMHEHome Economics Major
MAHEHome Economics Major
MASJPASocial Justice and Public Advocacy Major
SMCCTYTen (10) Unit Supporting Major in Community Studies 10 Unit Supporting Major
MAWCWWelfare and Community Work Major
MAWOMNWomen's Studies Major
MAYOUYouth Work Major
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Last Updated - Higher Education: 18/11/2004