The student wellbeing specialisation is designed to provide you, as an educator or allied professional, with opportunities to develop advanced knowledge, understanding and skills in relation to creating learning communities that promote the wellbeing of young people. You will have opportunities to consider a range of perspectives: on wellbeing, enhancing the confidence, resilience, and emotional understanding of young people, creating enabling, positive learning environments, and engaging families and the community to supporting the wellbeing and learning of young people.

Career opportunities

Studying this specialisation can lead to a career as:

  • youth development workers
  • teachers
  • administration assistants
  • pastoral care workers
  • school counsellors
  • learning support teachers
  • principals
  • director of studies

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