Kara House welcomes students on placement and offers effective and rewarding student placement, whereby students can integrate theoretical knowledge into workplace practice under the supervision of qualified and experienced workers.
All students gain understanding and knowledge in case management and advocacy, administrative and operational aspects of Kara House including policies and procedures and risk management as well as exposure to networks and community resources used by Kara House; including child protection, drug and alcohol services, mental health services, court support, immigration services, Centrelink and other welfare services and an overview of culturally and linguistically diverse clients and their needs.
If a student is interested in placement at Kara House they are to email a cover letter expressing their interest in the domestic violence sector with their resume attached. A current Victorian Driver’s License with a good driving record, Working with Children Check and Police Check are also required. An interview may then be scheduled to determine if Kara House will be the right learning environment for the student. Only female students may apply (Equal Employment Opportunity Exemption).
A student can apply for placement by contacting Kara House on 1800 900 520 or email the Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org