Family Support and Wellbeing - Foundation Degree
Course delivery:Classroom based
Course duration?2 Year(s)
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The Family Support and Wellbeing programme considers approaches to working with families, with a particular emphasis on working holistically with hard-to-reach families. The programme is suitable for those in a wide variety of roles working directly with children, young people, and their families, including family/parent support workers and parenting practitioners, residential workers, leaving care workers, learning mentors, early intervention project workers, 'nurture group' workers, respite carers, and those working in children's/family centres.You will be provided with the opportunity to develop knowledge and understanding of social, sociological, psychological and legislative theories and perspectives and apply these sensitively to your work with families. The support and wellbeing nature of the degree will not only equip you with the knowledge and skills to fulfil your demanding role but also enhance development of self-resilience strategies.
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