This subject contains a 2.66 day Compulsory Residential School.
The residential school is compulsory as it forms a significant component of the teaching strategy in this subject.
The students undertaking subjects within the Bachelor of Health Science (Mental Health) Djirruwang Program are supported in their study endeavours through DEEWR funding under Away from Base to attend the compulsory residential schools. This funding is set at 20 days across two academic sessions (30 and 60). The following breakdown covers the number of days per subject per session/year to ensure that students are able to continue to be supported in their academic pursuits under the current funding agreement with the Indigenous Student Services (Ngungilanna).