RMIT connects with a variety of industry partners in a wide range of human services areas. Some partnerships are longstanding, while other industry partners are new additions.
RMIT students benefit from the partnerships by participating in relevant, challenging, and diverse field education experiences.
The range of partnerships means that students are able to begin their social work practice in a range of areas, such as
- indigenous services
- mental health
- clinical (hospitals)
- community health
- youth services
- family services
- multicultural services
- disability services
- education services
- aged services
- local government.
The opportunities provided by partners ensure that students are located in a supported environment where they can apply their existing social work learning in a practical manner under the right supervision.
Some of the partnerships RMIT maintains are with:
- Victorian Aboriginal Child Care Agency
- RMIT Centre For Innovative Justice
- MIND Australia
- Salvation Army
- North West Mental Health
- Peninsula Health
- MacCallum Cancer Centre
- Royal Children's Hospital
- Inner East Community Health Service
- Knox Community Health Service
- Western Health.