Certificate II in Family Well Being

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The aim of the Certificate II in Family Wellbeing is to address unresolved personal and community issues, which can impact on individuals and families throughout their lives. It also equips participants with effective communication and conflict resolution skills as well as coping strategies for dealing with past wounds and crisis situations at home and work.

General Course Information

Course Code10272NAT
FacultyVET
SectorVocational Education & Training - VET
AwardCertificate II
Apprenticeship availableNo
Year Offered2017 - Intake offered to new and continuing students
Full Time Equivalent (FTE)1
Units RequiredTotal 10Core 8Elective 2
Nominal HoursMinimum 600Maximum 1200
Last updateMonday, 31 October 2016 02:13 pm
Department: -

Course Information Contact

Telephone1800 677 095
Fax(08) 8939 7327
Emailstudent.support@batchelor.edu.au

Course's Descriptors


Course Objectives

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities across Australia are combating issues such as suicide, and domestic violence, these communities are in need of good role models to stop the cycle. This course is an opportunity for other community members to empower other community members and to take action to address and solve their own problems.

Admission Requirements

There are no admission requirements for this qualification

Course Requirements

To achieve a Certificate II in Family Well Being a total of EIGHT (8) core units of competency and TWO (2) elective units of competency as outlined in the packaging rules. There are no course requirements for this qualification

Unit Summary

Unit CodeTitleHours
Core Units
ESDCOM201Communicate effectively30
FWBUSI201Understanding self and improving personal interactions30
FWBCGL201Coping with grief and loss30
FWBMEM201Managing emotions30
FWBACB201Addressing challenging behaviour30
FWBUPH201Understanding and recognising psychological health30
FWBIPW201Intergrating principles of wellbeing30
FWBMST201Managing stress10
Elective Units
FWBETC201Exploring traditional culture50
CAADKUnderstanding respectful relationships30
FWBACG201Accessing community and government support services10
CAADPInvestigate a healthy lifestyle30

Individual Unit's Descriptors


Core


Communicate effectively

Code - ESDCOM201 Contact Hours - 30
The focus of the unit is to establish and maintain interpersonal communication and to derive meaning from a range of oral/ signed texts in familiar and some unfamiliar contexts.

Understanding self and improving personal interactions

Code - FWBUSI201 Contact Hours - 30
This module provides an introduction to understanding human nature and counselling skills. This includes the relationship between the physical, emotional, mental and spiritual aspects of an individual and community whilst gaining an understanding of basic counselling skills.

Coping with grief and loss

Code - FWBCGL201 Contact Hours - 30
The purpose of this module is to create awareness, gain knowledge and develop the skills necessary to address personal and community grief and loss. The skills and knowledge acquired in this module can be applied in a range of community and work contexts.

Managing emotions

Code - FWBMEM201 Contact Hours - 30
This unit assists the learner to recognise emotions, the effect of these emotions on their lives and the ability to deal with them in the context of their day-to-day living. The skills and knowledge acquired in this module can be applied in a range of community and work contexts.

Addressing challenging behaviour

Code - FWBACB201 Contact Hours - 30
This module develops skills in identifying family and community violence including child abuse and the development of strategies to attain harmonious family and community wellbeing. The skills and knowledge acquired in this module can be applied in a range of community and work contexts.

Understanding and recognising psychological health

Code - FWBUPH201 Contact Hours - 30
This unit provides a basic introduction to psychological health and positive self-image including factors that promote psychological wellbeing. The skills and knowledge acquired in this module can be applied in a range of community and work contexts.

Intergrating principles of wellbeing

Code - FWBIPW201 Contact Hours - 30
This module provides an introduction to understanding human nature and basic counselling skills. This includes the relationship between the physical, emotional, mental and spiritual aspects of an individual and community. The skills and knowledge acquired in this module can be applied in a range of community and work contexts.

Managing stress

Code - FWBMST201 Contact Hours - 10
This unit aims to empower individuals with the skills and resources to effect strategies to reduce health risks associated with the negative aspects of stress. The skills and knowledge acquired in this module can be applied in a range of community and work contexts.

Elective


Exploring traditional culture

Code - FWBETC201 Contact Hours - 50
This module explores traditional culture, and assists learners to develop an understanding of the history, knowledge and kinship systems within their own culture.

Understanding respectful relationships

Code - CAADK Contact Hours - 30
This unit provides the learner the opportunity to explore the requirements of respectful relationships.

Accessing community and government support services

Code - FWBACG201 Contact Hours - 10
This module aims to enable participants to research and access the range of available government and community support services being offered as well as becoming aware of their rights as consumers of these services.

Investigate a healthy lifestyle

Code - CAADP Contact Hours - 30
The focus of this unit is to identify the requirements of a healthy lifestyle and assist the learner to access and evaluate readily available information about health.
Course Authorisation
Last updateMonday, 31 October 2016 02:13 pm
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Review DateSunday, 13 November 2016 01:39 am