The purpose of this course is to examine a range of issues including human rights, distribution of wealth, ethnic diversity, and social development, within a global interdependent context.Problems of global poverty, social injustice, and inequality will receive special attention.
This one-day training course equips non-legal professionals with an understanding of the problem of child trafficking in the UK, how to identify potential victims of child trafficking in practice, the legal framework including the National Referral Mechanism and the relationship between trafficking and the asylum process and the criminal justice system, and providing effective support and protection.
This half-day training course aims to give an introduction to the relevant EU legislation relating to EEA national children in the care system in the UK.
Training delegates will be given a free copy of Co-delivered with Project 17, this one-day training course covers law and policy on the rights of children in families with no recourse to public funds, including undocumented migrant families and families whose immigration status prohibits access to mainstream welfare and housing systems.
It looks at how these families’ needs can be addressed, covering both resolving immigration issues and accessing accommodation and support.
It addresses emerging case manager’s functions and roles within the contemporary network of human services.
This is a required course to fulfill requirements for the Certificate in Case Management, and may include a service-learning option.The course uses social science and legal literature to discuss how welfare policies interact with trends in the labor market and family structure. This elective work course examines both research studies and the service application of knowledge in the field of family violence, abuse, and neglect.This course is required for the Child Welfare Scholars program and may also be taken as an elective.This course analyzes the history of economic social safety nets.Course content provides particular emphasis on the US major welfare reform that occurred in 1996, and the impact of the reform in the years that followed.Ethical and social implications of computer technology for the social work profession are explored, highlighting considerations specific to at-risk populations.Students may use this course to fulfill the BSW computer course requirement or they may take it as an elective.This course focuses on the increasing number of complex and painful personal, couple, family, and community crisis situations encountered by social workers in the course of service delivery.This is a required course to fulfill requirements for the Certificate in Case Management. This is an elective course that will explore the complex components of grief and loss throughout the life span from an ecological and strength based theoretical perspective.This course is a service-learning course with a required component of a minimum of twenty hours of volunteer work in an identified social service agency in the child welfare system.This course explores current models of case management.