Housing and homelessness course ready to kick off
Melbourne should be proud. A dedicated homelessness and housing course, the first of its kind in Australia, will kick off once again this year.
Developed and delivered by the Unison Housing Research Lab over the past 3 years, the 2021 course was filled in a week, and will commence early February.
The course is open to 25 students. Twenty places are available for students from Social Work and Human Services Cluster at RMIT. These students are typically studying social work, youth work and psychology.
Five additional places are available for any student in the School of Global, Urban and Social Studies.
The course brings students together from varying learning disciplines, offers both homelessness theory and site visits to homelessness services.
More information on the Unison Housing Research Lab is available here.
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