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68 hours
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CPD
150 CPD hours / points
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Kickstart Your Career with StudyHub During This Winter Hiring Season and Get Special Gifts (Additional Courses + Pdf Certificate + Transcript + Student ID) Worth £190 - Enrol Now!

Social Worker Complete Package | 15 Accredited Courses, Pdf Certificate, Transcript | Social Work Diploma, Family Support Worker, Child Safeguarding, Drugs and Alcohol Awarness & Many More Premium Courses Included

With our exclusive Social Worker Bundle, you can boost your career and increase your employability by discovering your skills, talents, and interests. This Social Worker course is meant to advance your career in the Finance industry, so you'll pave the way to your ideal employment. It offers the kind of professional training that today's employers want.

Social Worker Package Includes:

  1. Unlimited access to all 15 Social Worker courses for forever
  2. Social Worker Digital Certificate, Social Worker Transcript and Student ID all included in the price
  3. Free Exam & 24/7 non-stop tutor support available
  4. Absolutely no hidden fees in Social Worker
  5. Directly receive CPD accredited proficiency after course completion
  6. Receive one to one assistance on every weekday from professionals
  7. Immediately receive the PDF certificate after passing Social Worker
  8. Receive the original copies of your Social Worker certificate and transcript on the next working day

By the end of this Social Worker bundle, you’ll have improved your employability and equipped you with potential skills to keep you ahead of the pack of others. Additionally, the Social Worker course will add some extra value to your resume to stand out to potential employers, keeping you afloat from the competition.

The Social Worker Bundle is one of the most prestigious training offered at StudyHub and is highly valued by employers for good reason. This Social Worker bundle course has been created with 15 premium courses to provide our learners with the best learning experience possible to increase their understanding of their chosen field.

This Social Worker Bundle consists the following professional career oriented courses:

  • Social Worker Course 1: Social Work Diploma
  • Social Worker Course 2: Family Support Worker
  • Social Worker Course 3: Safeguarding Vulnerable Adults
  • Social Worker Course 4: ChildCare
  • Social Worker Course 5: Parental Mental Health & Child Protection
  • Social Worker Course 6: Child Safeguarding
  • Social Worker Course 7: Youth Work & Stress Management Techniques
  • Social Worker Course 8: Drugs and Alcohol Awarness Training - Online Certifcation
  • Social Worker Course 9: Stress Management and Mental Health Support
  • Social Worker Course 10: Social Anxiety Therapy
  • Social Worker Course 11: Coronavirus (COVID - 19) and Mental Health Awareness
  • Social Worker Course 12: Anti Social Behaviour
  • Social Worker Course 13: Anger Management
  • Social Worker Course 14: Mindfulness and Self Control
  • Social Worker Course 15: Self Esteem & Assertiveness

This Social Worker Course, like every one of Study Hub's courses, is meticulously developed and well researched. Every one of the topics is divided into Elementary modules, allowing our students to grasp each lesson quickly.

The Social Worker course is self-paced and can be taken from the comfort of your home, office, or on the go! With our Student ID card you will get discounts on things like music, food, travel and clothes etc.

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Certification

After studying the course materials of the Social 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.

CPD

150 CPD hours / points
Accredited by CPD QS

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Course Curriculum

** Family Support Worker **

Module 1~ Social Worker: Introduction To Family Support Work

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Module 7~ Social Worker: Building relationships

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

**Social Anxiety Therapy**

Social Worker: Section 01

  • Social Worker: Introduction
  • Social Worker: What is ACT
  • Social Worker: Defining Social Anxiety
  • Social Worker: Diagnosis of Social Anxiety
  • Social Worker: Situations That Trigger Social Anxiety

Social Worker: Section 02

  • Social Worker: Four Component of Safety Behavior
  • Social Worker: Types of Safety Behaviors
  • Social Worker: Knowing What Really Matters

Social Worker: Section 03

  • Social Worker: Mindfulness
  • Social Worker: Anapana Meditation
  • Social Worker: Acceptance of Bodily Sensations
  • Social Worker: Vipassana Meditation
  • Social Worker: Being with Anxiety

Social Worker: Section 04

  • Social Worker: Introduction
  • Social Worker: Types of Anxiety Thought
  • Social Worker: The Thought That
  • Social Worker: Labelling Effect
  • Social Worker: Ditching the Meaning
  • Social Worker: Waterfall Metaphor
  • Social Worker: Bringing It All Together
  • Social Worker: Wrap up

Social Worker: Section 05 Bonus

  • Social Worker: Cognitive Defusion
  • Social Worker: Self as Context

**Mindfulness and Self Control**

The Why of No - why No matters and why it's hard to say

  • Social Worker: Why is No Important?
  • Social Worker: Why is No Difficult? Your Inner Gopher
  • Social Worker: Why is No Difficult? Six things that Drive you to Say Yes

The What of No - What to say No to, and when to say it

  • Social Worker: What to do to Challenge your Instincts on No
  • Social Worker: What to Say No to
  • Social Worker: Specific things to Say No to
  • Social Worker: When to Say No
  • Social Worker: Social Worker: What are your Choices?
  • Social Worker: Social Worker: When to Say No to Relationships
  • Social Worker: Social Worker: What does No Mean?
  • Social Worker: Social Worker: What is Special Time?

The How of No - Here's the meat: how to say NO in lot's of situations

  • Social Worker: Social Worker: How to be Happy with No
  • Social Worker: Social Worker: How to Decide Yes or No: Six Tools to Help Make Your Decision
  • Social Worker: Social Worker: How to Decide Yes or No: Six Ways of Thinking about Any Problem
  • Social Worker: Social Worker: How to Make No Feel Easier
  • Social Worker: Social Worker: How to Say No
  • Social Worker: Social Worker: How to say No to Friends and Loved Ones
  • Social Worker: Social Worker: How to say No to your Customers
  • Social Worker: Social Worker: How to say No to False Assumptions
  • Social Worker: Social Worker: How to say No to Temptation
  • Social Worker: Social Worker: How to Say No to your Colleagues at Work
  • Social Worker: Social Worker: How to Get on with it: How to say No to Procrastination
  • Social Worker: Social Worker: How to say No in Negotiations
  • Social Worker: Social Worker: More Tips on How to Say No

Who is this course for?

This Social Worker does not require you to have any prior qualifications or experience. You can just enrol and start learning.

Requirements

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

You will be able to pursue several professions because this course includes various courses as a bonus. This Social Worker bundle is an excellent opportunity for you to learn multiple skills from the convenience of your own home.

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