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There is no better time than now to become a Social Worker. Social workers help people solve or cope with everyday problems and address a variety of social issues through a wide range of generalist and advanced social work skills and techniques. Whether you want to work with children in public schools, with elderly individuals in care facilities, or in various healthcare branches, the field of social work provides several fulfilling employment opportunities.

The Bureau of Labor Statistics projects 11% employment growth for social workers between 2018 and 2028, much faster than the 5% projected growth rate for the economy as a whole. This projected growth is partially attributable to the continuing demand for social workers who specialize in working with children and families. Moreover, the increase in healthcare facilities around the country has stoked demand for social workers to assist aging populations, mental health patients, and substance abuse

This Social Worker Bundle consists the following Professional Career Oriented courses:

  • Social Worker Course 1: Social Work Diploma
  • Social Worker Course 2: Youth Work & Stress Management Techniques
  • Social Worker Course 3: Health & Social Care
  • Social Worker Course 4: Preparing to Work in Adult Social Care & Nursing Training

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Course Curriculum

**Social Worker**

Module 1: Social Worker - An Overview of Social Work

  • Social Worker - Introduction to Social Work
  • Social Worker - Methods of Social Work
  • Social Worker - Functions of Social Work
  • Social Worker - Scope of Social Work in the UK
  • Social Worker - How to Become a Social Worker
  • Social Worker - Summary

Module 2: Social Worker - Social Work Basics

  • Social Worker - Principles of Social Work Relationships
  • Social Worker - Ethics and Values in Social Work
  • Social Worker - Social Work Code of Conduct
  • Social Worker - The Law in Social Work
  • Social Worker - Summary

Module 3: Social Worker - Theories of Social Work and Sociology

  • Social Worker - What Is a Theory?
  • Social Worker - Types of Theories
  • Social Worker - Theories of the Human Life Course
  • Social Worker - Sociological and Psychological Approaches to Thinking
  • Social Worker - Developmental Psychology
  • Social Worker - Approaches to Social Work Practice
  • Social Worker - Sociology and Influential Social Theories
  • Social Worker - Summary

Module 4: Social Worker - Teamwork and Casework Process

  • Social Worker - Teamwork and Its Importance
  • Social Worker - Interprofessional and Multi-Disciplinary Working
  • Social Worker - The Casework Process
  • Social Worker - Models of Assessment
  • Social Worker - Models of Treatment
  • Social Worker - The Importance of Service User's Involvement
  • Social Worker - Summary

Module 5: Social Worker - Dimensions of Social Work and Models of Intervention

  • Social Worker - Relationships in Social Work
  • Social Worker - Counselling in Social Work
  • Social Worker - Community Practice in Social Work
  • Social Worker - Intervention Models
  • Social Worker - Summary

Module 6: Social Worker - Practice Contexts and Application

  • Social Worker - Working with Children and Young People in Social Work
  • Social Worker - Substance Misuse and Social Work
  • Social Worker - Methods of Intervention in Working with Individuals with Substance Problems
  • Social Worker - Summary

Module 7: Social Worker - Working with Adults

  • Social Worker - Mental Health
  • Social Worker - Learning Disabilities
  • Social Worker - Disability and Sensory Impairment
  • Social Worker - Social Work Interventions with Older People
  • Social Worker - Summary

Module 8: Social Worker - Social Worker Guidelines and the Role of a Social Worker

  • Social Worker - Social Worker Guidelines
  • Social Worker - Job Roles in Adult Social Care
  • Social Worker - Principles of Health and Social Care Practice
  • Social Worker - Summary

Health & Social Care

Social Worker - Module 1: Introduction to Health and Social Care

  • Social Worker - What is Health and Social Care?
  • Social Worker - Healthcare Overview
  • Social Worker - Who provides Healthcare?
  • Social Worker - Social care overview
  • Social Worker - Social care needs assessment

Social Worker - Module 2: Communication and its Relevance

  • Social Worker - The necessity of Communication in Health and Social Care
  • Social Worker - Communication in the context of Caregiving
  • Social Worker - Forms of Communication
  • Social Worker - Types of interpersonal interaction
  • Social Worker - Communication and language needs and preferences

Social Worker - Module 3: Rights and Responsibilities as a Health and Social Care Worker

  • Social Worker - Role of Health and Social Care Workers
  • Social Worker - Additional Duties of Health and Social Care Workers
  • Social Worker - Can carers be charged for support?
  • Social Worker - Ways to Improve Quality of Service
  • Social Worker - Information Sources
  • Social Worker - Reflective Practice

Social Worker - Module 4: Role as A Caregiver and Healthcare Professional

  • Social Worker - Values promoted by Health and Social care worker
  • Social Worker - What to expect and where to draw the line
  • Social Worker - Codes of Conduct
  • Social Worker - Health Care Professionals
  • Social Worker - Types of Health Care Professionals
  • Social Worker - Social Services

Social Worker - Module 5: Working in Health and Social Care; Promoting Equality, Diversity and Rights

  • Social Worker - Understand concepts of equality, diversity and rights in relation to health and social care
  • Social Worker - The benefits of diversity
  • Social Worker - Health and social care settings
  • Social Worker - Active promotion of equality and individual rights

Social Worker - Module 6: Important Principles and Policies in Health and Social Care Work

  • Social Worker - The legal responsibility
  • Social Worker - Other duties and principles
  • Social Worker - Needs
  • Social Worker - Conflicts and Dilemma
  • Social Worker - Consent for care or for treatment
  • Social Worker - Consent Validity

Social Worker - Module 7: Legal and Professional Standards of Practice in Health Care Part - 1

  • Social Worker - Doctor-Patient Confidentiality or Implementation of P.L.R.C
  • Social Worker - Access to the Patient Records Legislations
  • Social Worker - Adult safeguarding and support Legislations
  • Social Worker - Abortion Legislations
  • Social Worker - Summary

Social Worker - Module 8: Legal and Professional Standards of Practice in Health Care Part - 2

  • Social Worker - Mental Capacity & Mental Health Legislations
  • Social Worker - Mental Capacity Act 2005 (England and Wales)
  • Social Worker - Mental Health Act 1983 amendment 2007
  • Social Worker - Mental Health (Care and Treatment) (Scotland) Act 2003 updated in 2015
  • Social Worker - Mental Health (Northern Ireland) Order 1986

Module 9: Safeguarding Vulnerable Individuals

  • Social Worker - Safeguarding
  • Social Worker - Who are vulnerable individuals?
  • Social Worker - Dealing with safeguarding issues
  • Social Worker - What Is Abuse?
  • Social Worker - Types and Signs of Abuse
  • Social Worker - Adults, Young People and Children at Risk from Abuse

Social Worker - Module 10: Health and Safety Responsibilities

  • Health and Social Care: Understanding Potential Hazards in Health and Social Care Environments
  • Health and Social Care: Managing Health and Safety
  • Health and Social Care: Roles and Responsibilities Involved in Health, Safety and Security
  • Health and Social Care: Responding to incidents and emergencies in a health and social care environment

Social Worker - Module 11: The Economics of Healthcare

  • Social Worker - Principles of Health Economics
  • Social Worker - Funding healthcare
  • Social Worker - Funding options

Social Worker - Module 12: Strategic Marketing for Health and Social Care

  • Social Worker - Define your service offering
  • Social Worker - Marketing your organization
  • Social Worker - Enquiry handling and management of data
  • Social Worker - Building ongoing relationships will all stakeholders
  • Social Worker - Summary

Social Worker - Module 13: Managing Finance in Health and Social Care

  • Social Worker - The principles of costing and business control systems
  • Social Worker - Identify the information needed to manage financial resource
  • Social Worker - The regulatory requirements for managing financial resources

Social Worker - Module 14: Managing Service Delivery in Health and Social Care

  • Social Worker - Delivery of healthcare services
  • Social Worker - The principles of service delivery in the health and social care
  • Social Worker - The role of managing service delivery in health and social care
  • Social Worker - Frameworks for delivery in health and social care
  • Social Worker - Summary


After successfully completing the course 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 Social Worker course is ideal for

  • Students
  • Recent graduates
  • Job Seekers
  • Anyone interested in this topic
  • People already working in the relevant fields and want to polish their knowledge and skill.


This Social Worker does not require you to have any prior qualifications or experience. You can just enrol and start learning.This Social 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 course from anywhere at any time as long as you have a good enough internet connection.

Career path

This Social Worker Diploma will help you to brighten up your CV while exploring the following jobs -

  • Social Worker
  • Social Analyst
  • Care Assistant
  • Social Work Assistant
  • Social Worker- Adult Social Services
  • Social Strategist
  • Social Work Trainer
  • Social Work Practitioner
  • Social Work Service Manager
  • Adult Social Work Team Manager
  • Social Worker - Children's Social Work Team

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CPD stands for Continuing Professional Development. If you work in certain professions or for certain companies, your employer may require you to complete a number of CPD hours or points, per year. You can find a range of CPD courses on Reed Courses, many of which can be completed online.

What is a ‘regulated qualification’?

A regulated qualification is delivered by a learning institution which is regulated by a government body. In England, the government body which regulates courses is Ofqual. Ofqual regulated qualifications sit on the Regulated Qualifications Framework (RQF), which can help students understand how different qualifications in different fields compare to each other. The framework also helps students to understand what qualifications they need to progress towards a higher learning goal, such as a university degree or equivalent higher education award.

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An endorsed course is a skills based course which has been checked over and approved by an independent awarding body. Endorsed courses are not regulated so do not result in a qualification - however, the student can usually purchase a certificate showing the awarding body’s logo if they wish. Certain awarding bodies - such as Quality Licence Scheme and TQUK - have developed endorsement schemes as a way to help students select the best skills based courses for them.