Allambi Care's third cohort entered the Allambi Bachelor of Human Services degree this year, ready and eager to start their two year adventure expanding their wealth of experience with academic learning. They’ll be tackling topics such as Mental Health, Working with People with Complex Needs and Lifespan Development throughout their degree.

A27I11003rd cohort of students to undertake the degree.

Mark Said, Allambi Care's Director of Organisational Development, states that, "The Allambi Care degree pathway is an exciting opportunity to further your education and career by undertaking a Bachelor of Human Services through the Australian Catholic University (ACU). In partnership with ACU, Allambi Care have developed a degree program which accelerates your studies based on previous education, such as a Diploma in Community Services, and by taking your work experience in human services into account."

A27I61522nd cohort of students to undertake the degree.

The Bachelor of Human Services is typically a three-year degree delivered on campus. ACU and Allambi Care have designed a pathway that only requires the third year of the degree to be delivered onsite at Allambi Care. To allow for a work/life balance the final units are split across two years, allowing you to study part-time.

A27I01681st cohort of students to ever undertake the degree.

Undertaking a degree while working can be a challenge which is why Allambi Care have built the delivery of the units to have as minimal impact as possible. Mark Said went on to say, "This is an incredible opportunity to increase your skills, knowledge and understanding of human services which will not only benefit your own career and Allambi Care, but the lives of the people and communities we support."