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Domestic Violence and Family Support Worker

Free PDF Certificate | CPD Certified Training | 10 CPD Points | Tutor Support & Assessment Included | 1 Year Access


Janets

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Offer ends 20 January 2021
Study method
Online, self-paced
Duration
2 hours
Access to content
1 year
Qualification
No formal qualification
CPD
10 CPD hours / points
Additional info
  • Exam(s) / assessment(s) is included in price
  • Tutor is available to students

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Overview

Follow your dreams by enrolling on the Domestic Violence and Family Support Worker course today and develop the experience, skills and knowledge you need to enhance your professional development. Domestic Violence and Family Support Worker will help you arm yourself with the qualities you need to work towards your dream job.

Study the Domestic Violence and Family Support Worker training course online with Janets through our online learning platform and take the first steps towards a successful long-term career. The Domestic Violence and Family Support Worker course will allow you to enhance your CV, impress potential employers, and stand out from the crowd.

This Domestic Violence and Family Support Worker course consists of a number of easy to digest, in-depth modules, designed to provide you with a detailed, expert level of knowledge. Study the Domestic Violence and Family Support Worker course through a mixture of instructional video lessons and online study materials.

Receive online tutor support as you study the Domestic Violence and Family Support Worker course, to ensure you are supported every step of the way. Get a free e-certificate as proof of your Domestic Violence and Family Support Worker course completion.

Janets is one of the top online training course providers in the UK, and we want to make education accessible to everyone! Learn the essential skills you need to succeed and build a better future for yourself with the Domestic Violence and Family Support Worker course. The Domestic Violence and Family Support Worker course is designed by industry experts and is tailored to help you learn new skills with ease.

The Domestic Violence and Family Support Worker is incredibly great value and allows you to study at your own pace. With full course access for one year, you can complete the Domestic Violence and Family Support Worker when it suits you. Access the Domestic Violence and Family Support Worker course modules from any internet-enabled device, including computers, tablets, and smartphones.

The Domestic Violence and Family Support Worker course is designed to increase your employability and equip you with everything you need to be a success. Enrol on the Domestic Violence and Family Support Worker now and start learning instantly!

What You Get Out Of Studying Domestic Violence and Family Support Worker With Janets:

  • Receive a free e-certificate upon successful completion of the Domestic Violence and Family Support Worker course
  • Get taught by experienced, professional instructors
  • Study at a time and pace that suits your learning style
  • Get instant feedback on assessments
  • 24/7 help and advice via email or live chat
  • Get full tutor support on weekdays (Monday to Friday)

CPD

10 CPD hours / points
Accredited by CPD Accreditation Group

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Description

The Domestic Violence and Family Support Worker training course is delivered through Janets’ online learning platform. Access the Domestic Violence and Family Support Worker content from any internet-enabled device whenever or wherever you want to. The Domestic Violence and Family Support Worker course has no formal teaching deadlines, meaning you are free to complete the course at your own pace.

Domestic Violence and Family Support Worker Course Curriculum:

Domestic Violence and Family Support Worker Course has been developed with the following modules:

Module 1: Introduction To Family Support Work

  • Definition of Family Support
  • Principles of Family Support
  • Function of Family Support Worker
  • Duties & Responsibilities of A Family Support Worker
  • Daily Activities of A Family Support Worker
  • The Key Qualities of A Family Support Worker
  • How To Become A Family Support Worker
  • Salary and Working Hours
  • Professional Development
  • Career Prospects As A Family Support Worker
  • Summary/Keynotes of The Module

Module 2: Legislation, Policy, and Guidance

  • Introduction to Legislation, Policy, and Guidance
  • History of Child Protection Legislation
  • Overview of legislation – England
  • The Children and Families Act of 2014
  • Policy and guidance – England
  • Legislation, Policy and guidance – Scotland
  • Legislation, Policy and guidance – Northern Ireland
  • Legislation, Policy and guidance – Wales
  • Summary/Keynotes Of The Module

Module 3: Solving Family Issues: part-1

  • Parental mental health – how to help children living with parents with mental health problems
  • Parental mental health – intervention and support for children and families
  • Peer support for children and young people
  • Monitoring progress
  • Parental substance misuse – how to help children living with parents who misuse alcohol and drugs
  • Parental substance misuse – assessing the risk of parental alcohol and drug misuse
  • Parental substance misuse – intervention and support for children and families
  • Domestic abuse
  • Risk factors for all child abuse and neglect
  • Summary/Keynotes of The Module

Module 4: Solving Family Issues: part-2

  • Separation, divorce, and parental responsibility
  • Helping children with divorce or separation
  • What is parental responsibility?
  • Who has parental responsibility?
  • Separation, divorce, and contact
  • What the law says about child contact
  • General advice on talking about difficult topics
  • Why it's good to talk
  • Creating the right situation
  • Starting the conversation
  • Listening is important too
  • Talking about life-changing topics
  • Books to help to talk about difficult topics
  • Summary/Keynotes of The Module

Module 5: Safeguarding - assessing need and providing help: Part-1

  • Introduction to Safeguarding
  • Who is involved with safeguarding?
  • Child-Centred Approach to Safeguarding
  • Coordinated Approach to Safeguarding
  • Assessing need and providing help
  • Early help
  • Identifying children and families who would benefit from early help
  • Effective assessment of the need for early help
  • Provision of effective early help services
  • Access, referral, and information sharing
  • Summary/Keynotes of The Module

Module 6: Safeguarding - assessing need and providing help: Part-2

  • Disabled children, carers, youth establishments, and contextual safeguarding
  • Assessment of disabled children and their carers
  • Assessment of young carers
  • Assessment of children in secure youth establishments
  • Contextual safeguarding
  • Assessment purpose, protocols, principles, and parameters
  • Analysis, outcomes, and timeliness
  • Developing a clear analysis
  • Focusing on outcomes
  • Timeliness
  • Summary/Keynotes of The Module

Module 7: Building relationships

  • Types of family and what makes healthy families
  • Why relationships are key to good social work
  • The importance of relationships in social work to relationships in social work
  • The personal qualities required for relationship building
  • Working on empathy to build relationships
  • The professional attributes required for relationship building
  • Self-knowledge and professional use of self in relationship building
  • Taking an individualised approach
  • Involving the parents
  • What parents want from the relationship
  • Sharing information
  • Building trust with the family
  • Challenges in relationship building
  • Summary/Keynotes of The Module

Method of Assessment

To successfully complete the Domestic Violence and Family Support Worker course, students will have to take an automated multiple-choice exam. This exam will be online and you will need to score 60% or above to pass the Domestic Violence and Family Support Worker course. After successfully passing the Domestic Violence and Family Support Worker course exam, you will be able to apply for a CPD-accredited certificate as proof of your Domestic Violence and Family Support Worker qualification.

Certification

All students who successfully complete the Domestic Violence and Family Support Worker course can instantly download their free e-certificate. You can also purchase a hard copy of the Domestic Violence and Family Support Worker course certificate, which will be delivered by post for £9.99.

Who is this course for?

The Domestic Violence and Family Support Worker is ideal for those who already work in this sector or are an aspiring professional. This Domestic Violence and Family Support Worker course is designed to enhance your expertise and boost your CV. Learn key skills and gain a professional qualification to prove your newly-acquired knowledge.

Requirements

The Domestic Violence and Family Support Worker is open to all students and has no formal entry requirements. To study the Domestic Violence and Family Support Worker course, all your need is a passion for learning, a good understanding of English, numeracy, and IT skills. You must also be over the age of 16.

Career path

The Domestic Violence and Family Support Worker is ideal for anyone who wants to pursue their dream career in a relevant industry. Learn the skills you need to boost your CV and go after the job you want. Complete the Domestic Violence and Family Support Worker and gain an industry-recognised qualification that will help you excel in finding your ideal job.

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