There are many reasons why we study; to learn new skills, advance our careers, or to broaden our perspective. For Buol Juuk and Sumbo Ndi, it was the desire to help others.
Improving and broadening your professional skills and knowledge base is an important part of a satisfying work life. Staying current and up to date with the latest research and practice models need not be arduous but rather an opportunity to reflect on your own practice.
This year we are pleased to bring you new workforce development options as well as a masterclass with Dr Laurie MacKinnon for counsellors, psychologists and mental health professionals.
In 2017, we’re offering Nationally Recognised Qualifications with flexible learning options to study online from anywhere in Australia.
Happy holidays from everyone here at the Australian Institute of Social Relations! As the year draws to a close, we’d like to remind you of our office hours over the end of year break.
Give yourself the gift of learning this holiday season! Enrol by 16 December in one of our Nationally Recognised Qualifications and pay 2016 prices.
As a leading education and training provider, we believe it is vital for workers to take time to leave their desks and engage in learning and development. ‘Working therapeutically with men who perpetrate violence’ and ‘Keeping people engaged’ are two new programs developed by AISR for 2017 to keep you at the edge of best […]
Dr Laurie MacKinnon PhD returns to Adelaide in February 2017 to deliver Deactivating the Buttons: Integrating a trauma lens with a counselling framework. A two-day workshop for counsellors, psychologists, social workers and mental health professionals.