Employer perspectives on counsellor competencies
Psychoz Publications Pty Ltd
Faculty of Regional Professional Studies
School of Regional Professional Studies
...As part of the process of accreditation it is essential that human service industry employers be represented. This industry represents the range of helping agencies servicing the aged, youth, women, unemployed, children, disabled and generic groups in relation to housing, financial management, health, employment and training. The human services industry needs workers with generic skills including administration and resource/information provision. but increasingly these employers are also demanding counselling competencies from employees...