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Family Support Worker

** Bundle Of 3 Courses ** | FREE e-Certificate, Transcript & Student ID are Included | Tutor Support | Lifetime access


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Offer ends 20 September 2021
Study method
Online, self-paced
Duration
5 hours
Access to content
Lifetime access
Qualification
No formal qualification
CPD
10 CPD hours / points
Additional info
  • Exam(s) / assessment(s) is included in price
  • Tutor is available to students
  • Certificate of completion available and is included in the price

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Overview

As a Family Support Worker, you'll offer practical help and emotional support to families experiencing short or long-term difficulties. You'll typically be employed by local authorities social services departments or charitable organisations.

This course, "Family Support Worker", puts you on the fast track to obtaining the basic skills and training needed to jump-start your career as a Family Support Worker.

This Family Support Worker Bundle consists of the following courses:

  • Course 1: Family Support Worker
  • Course 2: Administrative Management
  • Course 3: Quality Management

Gain the skills to support children and families who are experiencing difficult times such as domestic abuse, with this level 3 professional training course.

The Family Support Worker is suitable for anyone looking to kickstart a career in this field, taking you through industry standards, legislation, and safeguarding best practices. You will gain the skills to communicate effectively in a family environment and deal with a wide range of domestic issues, providing both practical and theoretical knowledge.

This Family Support Worker course can be studied on a part-time or full-time basis and is open to learners of all academic backgrounds. Enrol today and earn an industry Skillset!

Easily learn the skills and knowledge you desire in Safeguarding with our Family Support Worker, you get an unparalleled learning experience with us and you get a digital certificate, transcript and a student ID card all included with the course price.

The goodies don’t end there, as a bonus, for a limited time only you will get 2 additional courses with this Family Support Worker for free!

What makes us the go-to choice for people who want to learn about Safeguarding is our dedication and commitment to providing you with the best service possible. You will get unlimited access to the Family Support Worker, no matter where you are in the world you will be able to access your Family Support Worker any time you want.

Should you have any questions while studying this Family Support Worker, our experienced tutors and mentors will answer them via email and live chat.

With our Student ID card, you will get discounts on things like music, food, travel and clothes etc.

Enrol in our Family Support Worker today and start learning.

Why buy this Family Support Worker?

  1. Unlimited access to all 3 courses for forever
  2. Digital Certificate, Transcript and student ID are all included in the price
  3. Absolutely no hidden fees
  4. Receive one to one assistance every weekday from professionals
  5. Immediately receive the PDF certificate after passing
  6. Receive the original copies of your certificate and transcript on the next working day
  7. Easily learn the skills and knowledge from the comfort of your home
  8. Get 2 additional courses included as a bonus

You'll Also Get:

  1. Administrative Management
  2. Quality Management

CPD

10 CPD hours / points
Accredited by CPD QS

Course media

Description

Course Curriculum

** Family Support Worker **

Module 1~ Support Worker: Introduction To Family Support Work

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

Module 2~ Support Worker: Legislation, Policy, and Guidance

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

Module 3~ Support Worker: Solving Family Issues: part-1

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

Module 4~ Support Worker: Solving Family Issues: part-2

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

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

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

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

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

Module 7~ Support Worker: Building relationships

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

Certification

After studying the course materials of the Family Support Worker you will be able to take the MCQ test that will assess your knowledge. After successfully passing the test you will be able to claim the pdf certificate for free. Original Hard Copy certificates need to be ordered at an additional cost of £8.

Who is this course for?

This Family Support Worker course is appropriate for

  • Aspiring nurses or family support workers
  • Anyone considering a career in a healthcare settings
  • Persons already working in related industries and wish to improve their knowledge and skills
  • Social workers or volunteers working in the relevant sector

Requirements

This Family Support Worker was made by professionals and it is compatible with all PC’s, Mac’s, tablets and smartphones. You will be able to access the Family Support Worker course from anywhere at any time as long as you have a good enough internet connection.

Career path

As this family support worker course comes with multiple courses included as a bonus, you will be able to pursue multiple occupations. This family support worker is a great way for you to gain multiple skills from the comfort of your home.

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