How Do I Become a Family Support Worker?


To become a family support worker, one will need relevant experience which may involve qualifications that demonstrate the ability and potential for the work. One could alternatively gain experience by working either voluntarily or salaried with children and families in a range of setting. There are also a variety of qualifications one could work towards that may give an edge when applying for a family support worker job. There are also some personal attributes a good family support worker should naturally posses.
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To become a family support worker, you will need training in Health and Social Care and in Children Care learning and development. You are also required to have worked in a children's home, nurseries, family refuge centers, probation services, mental health services and in youth work projects among other fields. A family support worker is a person who assists families who are experiencing problems by offering them practical help and emotional support.
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