Fees (Please note that the fees listed are for your reference only. The final course fee may vary.)
|Name||Fee (Excludes GST)||Fee (Includes GST)|
|Course Fee (Before Funding)||$ 850.00||$ 909.50|
This course seeks to equip frontline social service practitioners who work directly with families or in a similar capacity. The course provides participants with a deeper understanding of the process of managing families with a varied portfolio of issues, leading up to stress from different fronts. The course will also serve as a platform for shared experiences in working with a variety of family dynamics, social constraints and context of existence of low income families. From this, leading to the collaborative exploration of various tools, techniques and strategies for assessment and intervention for these clients.
Social workers, counsellors or social service personnel especially those who are working with multi-stressed families. Basic knowledge in counselling will be an added advantage but not a pre-requisite
By the end of the course, participants will be able to:
1. Explain the goals of case management in working with multi-stressed families
2. Explain the principles of the case management process.
3. Explain the qualifying criterions of case management for working with multi-stressed families
This course includes assessment components.
Assessment may be conducted during and/or after the course. As there is an assessment component for this course, grading and processing of results can only take place after course completion. Learners who pass the assessment(s) will be awarded with an electronic Certificate of Achievement from SSI. You will receive an email notification when your e-Cert is ready for download in your NCSS e-Services account.
SSG funding is available for Singapore Citizens and Permanent Residents only. Terms and conditions apply.
VCF funding is available for foreigners who are staff of member VWOs of NCSS via Direct Training Application. Terms and conditions apply.
Mr Udhia Kumar , BSocSc(Hons), is currently a social worker in a community based social service agency in Singapore. He has also been engaged in working with families and individuals who experienced financial issues and violence and trains in these areas. He also provides supervision for caseworkers engaged with such families. Kumar holds a Postgraduate Diploma in Solution-Focused Brief Therapy and a Diploma in Clinical Supervision.