Social Skills Programmes
Social Skills Programmes develop skills required for day to day interacting and functioning in society.
The main purpose of this narrow field of education is to develop an understanding of key competencies and skills that are needed for personal survival and independent living.
Courses in Social Skills Programmes develop skills in:
- running a household
- social and interpersonal relationships
This field comprises the following detailed fields:
- Social and Interpersonal Skills Programmes
- Survival Skills Programmes
- Parental Education Programmes
- Social Skills Programmes, n.e.c.
Thinking about a job in this field?
Check out the courses available in this field at various Australian universities and alternative study pathway options. If you'd like to speak with someone, discuss with your Career Advisor at school, or contact the Indigenous Education Unit at any of the Australian Universities, and they’ll be able to offer advice on available local information and student support services.