Social Work with Children, Families and Communities module (SW51003)
In this module you will consider the significance of rights, relationships, and resilience in social work with children, families and communities. This will involve exploration of themes and examples drawn from specific fields of practice, such as: kinship and foster care: child protection and family support; support for young carers; support for parents with learning disabilities protecting children’s rights across borders; support for families affected by problems substance use; and transitions to adult life for young people with complex disabilities.
The module will support your employability and professional development. You will be encouraged in reflective skills and critical analysis as relevant to social work, collaborative practice and leadership skills in context. The content of this module complements other modules in considering the relevance of global and cross-cultural influences for local practice and policy.
This module is available on following courses: