Certificate in Community Development and Social Work
A community development and social work course equips individuals to address social challenges and foster sustainable change. Covering topics like policy, counseling, advocacy, and research, graduates gain skills to work with diverse communities. Career options include social worker, community organizer, counselor, and nonprofit manager.
They can advocate for social justice, manage programs, and analyze policies. Whether in schools, nonprofits, or international settings, graduates make positive impacts on individuals and communities, promoting equity and well-being.
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|Entry Requirement||D (Plain)|
|Duration of study||1 Year|