|Learn more about becoming a social worker. |
You've decided you want to learn more about becoming a social worker, but aren't sure where to start. You know that becoming a social worker takes a lot of important training, but don't want to spend a ton of time and money on a career that might not be best suited for you. Let Stratford help you take the first steps to learn more about becoming a social worker with our psychology/social work course.
Learning more about becoming a social worker with Stratford could lead to a rewarding career as a social work assistant. A social work assistant often helps social workers provide emotional support, help people communicate effectively, coordinate activities, and assist people with daily tasks, among a number of other duties.
Psychology/Social Work careers and YOU
Learning more about becoming a social worker could lead to jobs with:
According to the U.S. Department of Labor employment for human service assistants is expected to grow faster than average, and job prospects are expected to be excellent.*
Stratford's psychology/social work course can help you learn more about becoming a social worker by providing quality education on a number of relevant topics such as:
Human Behavior & Social Interactions
Judgments, Behaviors & Attitudes
Applied Social Psychology
Learning about becoming a social worker
Enroll in Stratford's psychology/social work course today and take the first step toward learning more about becoming a social worker.
|* Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2010-11 Edition|
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