FOUNDATIONAL COURSE IN SOCIAL WORK typically provides students with an introduction to the principles, theories, and practices of social work. The course may cover a range of topics, including History and Philosophy of Social Work. It also covers the philosophical foundations of social work, including human rights, social justice, and empowerment.
Understanding the principles and values of social work: Courses in social work are designed to help students understand the fundamental principles and values that guide social work practice, such as social justice, human rights, and empowerment.
Developing knowledge and skills for effective social work practice: Social work courses aim to equip students with the knowledge and skills required to effectively work with individuals, families, and communities in need.
Developing critical thinking and problem-solving skills: Social work courses encourage students to think critically about social problems and to develop creative solutions to address them. This may involve analyzing social policies, evaluating programs, and working collaboratively with other professionals.
Understanding the diversity of human experiences: Social work courses aim to increase students’ understanding of the diverse experiences of individuals and communities, including issues related to culture, ethnicity, gender, sexuality, and disability.
UG PROGRAMS: BA in Human Development and Family Studies, BA in Social Relations and Policy Major, BA in Social Work, BA Hons Health and Social Science, BSc (Hons) Social Work, Bachelor of Social Research and Policy, Bachelor of Counselling- Professional Youth Work, Bachelor of Social Science Major in Human Work, Bachelor of Social Science Major in Children and Family
PG PROGRAMS: MSc Organising Social Impact, M.A. Social Work, MSc Social Policy, MSc Sociology- Contemporary Social Problems, Master Social & Community Leadership, M.Res. Social Work, M.Res. Social Research
COURSE DURATION: 2 days
Child and Family Social Work: This involves working with children and families in need of support and services, such as child welfare agencies, family counseling centers, and adoption agencies.
Healthcare Social Work: This involves working in healthcare settings, such as hospitals, clinics, and nursing homes, to provide counseling and support to patients and their families.
Mental Health and Substance Abuse Social Work: This involves working with individuals and families who are experiencing mental health or substance abuse issues, in settings such as mental health clinics, rehabilitation centers, and substance abuse treatment facilities.
Community and Social Services: This involves working in community organizations and non-profits to provide a range of services and support to individuals and families in need, such as housing assistance, job training, and legal services.
International Social Work: This involves working in international development organizations and non-governmental organizations (NGOs) to address social issues in developing countries, such as poverty, health, and education.
Policy and Advocacy: This involves working in government or non-profit organizations to influence policy and advocate for social justice, human rights, and equity.
- Lectures 6
- Quizzes 0
- Duration 2 days
- Skill level All levels
- Language English
- Students 0
- Certificate No
- Assessments Yes