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Our Family Support Work course teaches the skills and knowledge needed to support families in need. You will learn about legislation, policy, and guidance, and explore approaches to solving family issues, including safeguarding.

Course Price:
Original price was: £194.00.Current price is: £19.99.
Course Duration:
4 hours, 45 minutes
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Our Family Support Work course is designed to provide you with the knowledge and skills needed to support families in need. You will learn about the legislation, policy, and guidance surrounding family support work. Additionally, you will explore various approaches to solving family issues, including assessing needs and providing help in safeguarding situations. Building relationships with families is also a crucial aspect of family support work that will be covered in this course.

This course is suitable for individuals who work in social services, healthcare, or education and are interested in supporting families in need. By completing this course, you will have a comprehensive understanding of family support work and be able to apply best practices in supporting families.

What Will You Learn?

  • Gain a thorough understanding of family support work, including the principles and values that underpin it.
  • Learn about the relevant legislation, policies, and guidance that inform family support work.
  • Develop skills in solving family issues and learn about best practices in providing effective support to families.
  • Learn about the process of safeguarding and how to assess the needs of families in need of support.
  • Understand the importance of building strong relationships with families and how to do so in a professional manner.

Who Should Take The Course

This course is ideal for individuals who are interested in pursuing a career in family support work, as well as those who are currently working in the field and want to enhance their skills and knowledge. It is also suitable for anyone who is involved in supporting families in a professional or voluntary capacity, such as social workers, counsellors, and community workers.


There are no formal prerequisites for this course, but a basic understanding of social work or a related field may be beneficial. Additionally, individuals should have strong communication skills and a desire to work with families to provide support and guidance.

Course Curriculum

    • Introduction to Family Support Work 00:41:00
    • Legislation, Policy, and Guidance 00:36:00
    • Solving Family Issues: part-1 00:44:00
    • Solving Family Issues: Part-2 00:41:00
    • Safeguarding – assessing need and providing help: Part-1 00:39:00
    • Safeguarding – assessing need and providing help: Part-2 00:41:00
    • Building relationships 00:38:00
    • Order Certificate 00:05:00

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