Professional Certificates are graduate programs that can be studied in a field unrelated to your undergraduate degree, broadening your knowledge and expertise, whilst Specialist Certificates extend your expertise on an area previously undertaken.
Graduate School of Humanities and Social Sciences (GSHSS)
The Specialist Certificate is designed for practicing museum and heritage workers to gain access to and expertise in contemporary and traditional approaches to conservation, for Indigenous students seeking entry to graduate study and for a range of professionals seeking to work with Indigenous communities. The Specialist Certificate is a pathway to further study in the Graduate Certificate in Arts (Advanced) - Cultural Material Conservation and Master of Cultural Materials Conservation.
The Specialist Certificate in Criminology (Forensic Disability) will provide an up-to-date understanding of key concepts and issues, including theoretical and practical training in the assessment (including risk assessment) and management of forensic disability populations, and the complex professional and ethical issues encountered when working with this challenging group.
This course was developed in response to industry demand for professional development and accredited training in the area of sexual offender management. The course is designed for professionals who work with sexual offenders, but who may lack clinical qualifications to support their practices.