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1. Forensic Science and Profiling: Discover How An Entire Investigation Process Is Brought Together

This Forensic Science course is designed for beginners to introduce them to the world of forensic science and profiling. By using actual case studies we are able to explore the roles played by a variety of experts as they endeavour to achieve justice for the victims. Please note the case studies used in this course are primarily those of violent crime and murder.

This course offers the opportunity to discover how an entire investigation process is brought together to enable a prosecution to take place. This is a thought-provoking course, which will enable the student to have insight into the criminal mind.

2. Crime Writing: Learn How To Write A Good Detective, Mystery Or Crime Story

Crime can pay! At least it does when you can write a good detective, mystery or crime story. Have you witnessed in recent years the overwhelming number of television shows, motion pictures and novels dealing in crime and the number of hungry fans devouring these stories the moment they are produced? This fast growing industry is both intriguing and rewarding for the author.

Throughout the course you will learn how to research police reports, forensic techniques, crime scenes and you will learn to think like a criminal. This course aims to take you from the spark of an idea through to being a published writer.

3. Identity Theft: Be Aware Of The Different Types Of Identity Theft

Identity theft is not a new crime, it is probably as old as crime itself, it was until not so long ago known as impersonation.

At the present moment it is estimated that one in four will be a victim of identity theft in the next twelve months and an estimated five hundred percent increase will occur in growth annually.

The results of identity theft can be devastating for the victim. We tend to think of financial loss when we think of becoming a victim of this crime; this though is only part of the many problems that may come about.

This course aims to make the student aware of the different types of identity theft that are currently employed as well as how to identity the signs of identity theft and ways and means of reducing the risk of identity theft.

4. Criminology for Beginners: Learn The Types Of Criminals, Processing A Scene Of Crime, Profiling Methods

Criminology for Beginners has been written for those who wish either to study criminology for fun or to sample a taster for further study and accreditation. It has been written in easy to follow terms and will enable the student to understand the basics behind Forensics, Autopsies, Types of Criminals, Processing a Scene of Crime, Profiling Methods, and will examine past cases and policing methods as well as Crime and Punishment.

About Criminology

Primarily concentrating on murder cases the student will be able to gather an understanding of how autopsies provide information and clues not just to cause of death but also the life style of the victim and the possible identity of the perpetrator of the crime.

5. Counselling Skills Advanced: Teach A Person How To Clarify Their Thoughts And Feelings

Counselling can enable a person to clarify their thoughts and feelings in order that they might arrive at their own decisions and even comfortably initiate major changes in their lives."

There is a real danger that counselling is losing touch with its roots as, on an ever increasing level, counsellors are working on a long-term basis with clients who are severely disturbed. Counselling was never intended for such a field but was originally developed for those persons who had vocational or educational problems, those with life crises and those who wished to explore and develop further.

6. Health and Social Care: Pursue A Career Within The Health And Social Care Sector

Our new and exciting Health and Social Care course has been specifically designed for those students who have an interest in or who work in the health and social care sector.

Health and social care encompasses a wide range of services and cuts across all sectors, including public, private and voluntary. It includes services within hospitals, clinics, care homes, medical and dental practices, emergency services, complementary medicine, and more.

Our Health and Social Care course is the ideal course for anyone who is looking to pursue a career within the health and social care sector. This includes jobs such as nursing, social workers and other types of health care workers.

The course covers key aspects of the field in order to sufficiently prepare you to work in the health and social care sector, or to enhance your confidence and skills within your existing role.

7. Life Skills Coaching - Advanced: Gain Competence In Life Skills Coaching

The Advanced Life Skills Coaching Certificate course is designed as a complete professional training package, incorporating a full range of therapeutic models in a complete holistic Life Skills Coaching programme.

The student will gain competence in modalities including; Basic Counselling, Psychoanalysis, CBT, Coaching, Advanced Coaching, Basic NLP and Self Hypnosis. These are all combined with the knowledge of how to work with support networks and other professionals, a well as how to set up in professional practice.

Extensive use of case studies is combined with examination of specific application topics (such as stress, anger, smoking and emotional issues) so that the student will gain knowledge of how to apply skills to a range of typical client presentations and issues. The course is designed to enable the student to adhere to the existing National Occupational Standards for Counselling.

8. Parapsychology: Learn The Scientific Study Of Anything That Defies Explanation

The study of the paranormal is known as Parapsychology and is a scientific study of anything that is not considered normal or defies explanation.

This course has been composed to introduce the student to the study of Parapsychology; it is written in easy-to-understand terms and uses examples of case histories to examine the phenomena of Parapsychology.

There are many forms of paranormal phenomena including, ghosts, haunting, poltergeists, UFOs, and witches, etc. The list is virtually endless.

9. Psychology: Gain a greater understanding of yourself and others

Any one wanting to study this interesting psychology course will end up enhancing their own experience in life and will give the student a greater understanding of yourself and others.

About Psychology
This Psychology Course will succeed in providing the student with greater knowledge of feelings, abilities and personalities. Most students also find that they gain a greater satisfaction within their job, their family and social life.

Our Psychology course presumes no prior knowledge of the subject and will provide you with an amazing and interesting insight into this informative profession.

10. Social Care with Children and Families: Learn How To Work With Children And Families In A Social Work Context

Working with children and families is a highly specialised and skilled area of social work. To be effective social workers need to be flexible, knowledgeable and highly mindful of many aspects of the family and the obstacles that can arise when working with this group.

Social care professionals who work specifically with children and families often provide guidance and support, counselling and supervisory services to families facing economic, family, substance abuse and illness-related difficulties. These social care workers collaborate with teachers, lawyers, police and medical professionals to provide quality care to families and children.

This course in child and family social care will aim to introduce you to the structure of the family, and to teach you to take the necessary factors into consideration as well as the proper procedures and courses of action involved when working with children and families in a social work context.

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Ultimate Forensic Science and Profiling Online Bundle, 10 Courses includes the following courses, below is a summary of each course: 

Course 1 - Certificate in Forensic Science and Profiling Online Course

Lesson One

  • Introduction to Forensic Science
  • The History of Forensic Science-from 3rd Century BC
  • Discoveries in the Field of Forensic Science

Lesson Two

  • Forensics
  • What is DNA?
  • Mitochondrial DNA
  • DNA and the Law
  • Amplified DNA
  • Operation Phoenix
  • The Royal Family of Russia
  • Case Studies
  • Robert Melias
  • Colin Pitchfork
  • The Murder of Helen McCourt
  • The Murder of Leanne Tiernan
  • Jules Mikus 2001- New Zealand
  • The Murder of Hyo Jung Jin

Lesson Three

  • The History of Fingerprints
  • Forensic Footwear
  • Ear Prints
  • Palm Prints

Lesson Four

  • Forensic Odontology
  • Hair
  • Trace evidence-fibres
  • Case Studies
  • The Salem Witch Trials
  • Ted Bundy
  • The Chi Omega Murders
  • Napoleon Bonaparte - suspicious death?
  • John Vollman
  • The Murder of Ruby Annie Keen

Lesson Five

  • Crime Scene – Murder
  • Chemical Pollution at the Scene of a Crime
  • The Autopsy
  • Positional asphyxia/postural asphyxia
  • Saponification/Adipocere
  • Decomposition
  • Case Studies
  • Patrick Higgins

Lesson Six

  • Poisons
  • Poisoners
  • The Marsh Test
  • Doctors who kill
  • Case Studies
  • The Case of Charles LeFarge
  • Dr. Pierre Marie Bougrat
  • Dr Harold Shipman.
  • Michael Swango

Lesson Seven

  • Psychological Profiling Including a Brief History of Profiling
  • Early Profilers- Kirk 1900
  • 1950`s Ernst Kretschmer
  • Dr James Brussel
  • Serial Killers
  • FBI Six Stages of Profiling
  • Investigated Psychology Using Five Factors
  • Behavioural Evidence Analysis
  • Case Studies
  • New York Pipe Bomber
  • Jack the Ripper

Lesson Eight

  • A profile of the organized perpetrator /offender
  • The Disorganized Asocial Offender
  • Types of Rapists
  • Profiling
  • Victimology
  • Case Studies
  • The Suffolk Strangler a.k.a. The Ipswich Ripper-disorganised serial killer
  • David Berkowitz
  • Robert Hanssen
  • Jerome Brudos-lust killer
  • Andrei Chikatilo

Course 2 - Certificate in Crime Writing Online Course

Introduction To Crime, Mystery And Suspense Writing

  • Who Are Your Favourite Authors?
  • Bending The Rules
  • Categories
  • Courtroom Drama
  • The Ideas Game – Inspiration
  • Clever Plotting

Putting The Story Together

  • In The Beginning
  • Who Is The Victim?
  • A Good Middle
  • The End
  • Research – Be Your Own Detective
  • How Much Is Too Much?
  • Which Weapon To Use?
  • Timing Is Everything
  • Does History Repeat Itself?
  • Characters That Live
  • Profile Your Cast Of Characters
  • Minor Characters Do Matter
  • Dialogue
  • Keeping Track
  • Learning To Read Faces
  • Whose Story Is It Anyway?

Motives And Crime Scenes

  • Moving Right Along
  • Keys To Story Layout
  • A Means To An End
  • The Crime Scene
  • Crimes And Motives
  • Your Game, My Game

From Pen To Publishing

  • Developing Your Characters
  • Strong Theme
  • Is Your Plot Working?
  • Clarifying Your Clues
  • Are You Still On Time?
  • First Draft
  • Check Everything
  • Need More Action?
  • Whose Voice Is It?
  • Style
  • What’S At Stake?
  • Is Your Point Clear?
  • Revising Your Draft
  • What Does An Editor Look For?
  • Presenting The Manuscript
  • Your Synopsis
  • A Reader Impact Title
  • Who Are The Publishers?
  • You As A Writer
  • Your Writing Day
  • Planning
  • Keeping Accurate Records
  • Targets, Deadlines
  • In The Mood
  • Tackling Writer’S Block
  • Tricks And Ploys

The Business Of Getting Published

  • Submitting Your Manuscript
  • What To Do About Rejection
  • Future Action
  • Do I Need An Agent?
  • The Art Of Self-Promotion
  • Websites For Writers
  • Recommended Reading
  • Non Fiction
  • Fiction Books
  • Crime Writers’ Associations
  • Glossary Of Terms

Course 3 - Certificate in Identity Theft Online Course

Introduction

  • Data gathering
  • Types of identity theft

Fighting back

  • Creating strong pins
  • Bank accounts and online banking

Means of identification

  • Protecting your identification
  • Signs of being a victim
  • Steps to follow if you are a victim
  • Useful contacts

Computer and Internet fraud

  • How to protect yourself online
  • E-mail accounts
  • Online ”scams”

Course 4 - Certificate in Criminology for Beginners Online Course

Lesson One: What is Criminology?

  • Poisons
  • The Case of Florence Maybrick.
  • The Case of Charles LeFarge

Lesson Two: Knives

  • The Case of Jack the Ripper (Part One)
  • Victims

Lesson Three: The Case of Jack the Ripper (Part Two)

  • Victims and Suspects
  • Possible Victims
  • Psychological Profiling                 

Lesson Four: Parricide and Matricide.

  • The Case of Lizzie Borden
  • The Case of Jo Ann Kiger
  • The Case of Francis Blandy
  • Somnambulism

Lesson Five: The Post Mortem / Autopsy

  • Entomology
  • Processing A Scene Of  Crime
  • Cold Cases
  • The Case of Lord Lucan

Lesson Six: Prostitution

  • Case of Jack the Stripper
  • The Serial Killer
  • Maslow - hierarchy of needs
  • The Case of Burke and Hare
  • The Case of  Bela Kiss
  • The Case of  Peter Sutcliffe

Lesson Seven: The Black Dahlia

  • The Case of  Jean Spangler
  • The Case of Marian Parker
  • Missing Persons
  • Kidnapping

Lesson Eight: Execution

  • Methods of Execution.
  • Capital punishment
  • The Case of Ruth Ellis
  • The Last Men To Be Executed In England
  • Albert Pierrepoint
  • Hangmen of the United Kingdom
  • Law Enforcement Agencies
  • The Profumo Case

Course 5 - Certificate in Counselling Skills Advanced Online Course

Course Introduction – Philosophy and Design

  • Counsellors work on a long term basis with severely disturbed clients
  • Research is important
  • Difficulties a counsellor may be confronted with:
  • ‘Non-directive’ approach to therapy

Effective Communication

  • Purpose of Communication
  • Body Language

Motivational Interview and Dynamics of Recovery

  • Stages of Change
  • Not interested in changing a risky lifestyle
  • Thinking about change:
  • Preparing to change
  • Making changes
  • Maintaining change
  • Relapsing
  • Express empathy
  • Avoid arguing
  • Support self-efficacy
  • Eliciting phase skills

Dealing with Denial

  • Denial
  • Development of denial
  • Psychotic mechanisms
  • Immature mechanisms
  • Neurotic mechanisms
  • Displacement (conversion, phobias, wit)
  • Mature mechanisms
  • Pathological denial
  • Alcoholic denial
  • Caring and confrontation

Working with the Family

  • Open system
  • Closed system
  • Balance
  • Diagnostic interview
  • Substance abuse of an adolescent
  • Family intervention

Course 6 - Certificate in Health and Social Care Online Course

Lesson 1: Promote communication in health, social care or children’s and young people’s settings 

  • The unit explores the central importance of communication in such settings, and ways to meet individual needs and preferences in communication. It also considers issues of confidentiality. 

Lesson 2: Engage in personal development in health, social care or children’s and young people’s settings

  • The unit introduces the concepts of personal development and reflective practice which are fundamental to such roles, and ways to implement these.

Lesson 3: Promote equality and inclusion in health, social care or children’s and young people’s settings

  • The unit introduces the concepts of equality, diversity and inclusion which are fundamental to such roles.

Lesson 4: Principles for implementing duty of care in health, social care or children’s and young people’s settings

  • The unit introduces ways to address the dilemmas, conflicts or complaints that may arise where there is a duty of care

Lesson 5: Principles of safeguarding and protection in health and social care 

  • This unit introduces the important area of safeguarding individuals from abuse.  It identifies different types of abuse and the signs and symptoms that might indicate abuse is occurring.  It considers when individuals might be particularly vulnerable to abuse and what a learner must do if abuse is suspected or alleged. 

Lesson 6: The role of the health and social care worker

  • This unit provides the learner with the knowledge and skills required to understand the nature of working relationships, work in ways that are agreed with the employer and work in partnership with others. 

Lesson 7: Promote person centred approaches in health and social care

  • This unit provides the learner with the knowledge and skills required to implement and promote person centred approaches.  

Lesson 8: Promote and implement health and safety in health and social care

  • This unit provides the learner with the knowledge and skills required to promote and implement health and safety in their work setting.  

Lesson 9: Promote good practice in handling information in health and social care settings

  • This unit covers the knowledge and skills needed to implement and promote good practice in recording, sharing, storing and accessing information.

Lesson 10: Provide support to maintain and develop skills for everyday life

  • The unit provides the learner with the knowledge and skills required to work with individuals to retain, regain and develop skills for everyday life.

Lesson 11: Facilitate learning and development activities to meet individual needs and preferences

  • This unit provides the learner with the knowledge and skills required to support individuals to plan, take part in and evaluate learning or development activities. 

Lesson 12: Support individuals to access and use services and facilities

  • This unit provides the learner with the knowledge and skills required to support individuals to select, use and review services and facilities.

Lesson 13: Facilitate person centred assessment, planning, implementation and review

  • This unit provides the learner with the knowledge and skills required to facilitate person-centred assessment, planning, implementation and review.  

Lesson 14: Support Individuals With Specific Communication Needs 

  • This unit provides the learner with the knowledge and skills that address personal interaction and the use of special methods and aids to promote communication.

Lesson 15: Support use of medication in social care settings

  • This unit assesses support for use of medication in social care settings.  It covers broad types, classifications and forms of medication, as well as safe handling and storage. It addresses practical support for use of medication that reflects social care principles and values, and includes the need for accurate recording and reporting.

Course 7 - Certificate in Life Skills Coaching - Advanced Online Course

What is Life Coaching

  • What to expect from the course
  • What is coaching
  • What are lifeskills
  • What elements of therapy are contained within life coaching

What do clients usually want from Life Coaching?

  • Typical presenting clients
  • Typical presented problems
  • Typical presented goals
  • Dealing with personal prejudices and opinions

Surface life coaching versus holistic life coaching?

  • Behavioural therapy approach and rapid intervention
  • Holistic theory and cycles of change
  • Clients with deeper issues wanting only surface change
  • Ethics of eliciting deeper change

Common misconceptions and errors

  • Errors made by practitioners
  • Mistaken beliefs about coaching
  • Examining the role of the life coach

Areas and levels of change

  • The different levels of life (looking at different models)
  • Expectations from areas of life
  • Imbalances in levels of life
  • Dissonance between surface needs and driving needs

Counselling Skills

  • What is counselling
  • National Occupational Standards for Counselling

Counselling Skills continued

  • Open questioning
  • Basic methods (reflection, reframing, summary, challenge)
  • Common errors
  • Balancing listening and assessment
  • Common models of counselling (Egan, Nelson etc.)

Basic Coaching Skills

  • Determining validity of goals
  • Determining ecology of goals
  • Three stages of goal setting
  • Working through the process
  • Case study

Advanced Coaching Skills

  • Specialised Coaching techniques

Coaching the client in relaxation techniques

  • Teaching basic relaxation methods, introduction
  • Is it meditation or self hypnosis?
  • Models of visualisation
  • Models of personal affirmations
  • Safety Precautions with teaching aids e.g. tapes

Coaching the client in altered states

  • Is it self hypnosis or NLP?
  • Eliciting different states of relaxation, concentration, elation
  • Choosing emotional states and ensuring ecology
  • Anchoring emotional and physical states at will
  • Performing exercises with the client
  • Ensuring the client can continue to adapt and expand
  • Training aids: Log book, handouts, tapes etc.
  • Recommended books and topics to read

Coaching the client in Behavioural change

  • Safety, fears, ecology and good practice
  • Image manipulation
  • Advanced use of anchoring
  • Affirmations in relaxed state
  • Affirmations in waking state)

Coaching the Client in advanced behavioural changes

  • Using principles of CBT
  • CBT principles with the client
  • CBT as homework
  • Self analysis using CBT

CBT continued (Part II: Toxic thoughts)

Basic Psychoanalysis theory and useful techniques

  • Analysis in coaching
  • Topic association method

Referral and working with other practitioners

  • Knowing when the case is too complex
  • Referral to other practitioners
  • Protecting yourself
  • Professional clients “the heart sick”
  • Cooperating with other practitioners
  • Cooperating with Medical Doctors

Emotional issues and case studies

  • Confidence
  • Self Esteem
  • Self Image
  • Behavioural versus holistic
  • Case study

Deeper emotional issues and case studies

  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Phobias and Fears
  • Ensuring appropriate advertising, referral and practice
  • Case study

Weight Loss and Control

  • Lifestyle issues
  • Assisting the client in choosing a diet plan
  • Assisting the client in choosing an exercise plan
  • Boundaries of the life coach in weight loss advice
  • Ensuring appropriate advertising and practice
  • Case study

Stop Smoking Coaching

  • Lifestyle issues
  • Positive versus negative methods
  • Visualisation methods
  • Motivational counselling methods
  • Self help techniques
  • Learning aids e.g. tapes and handouts
  • Case study

Performance Coaching

  • Common types of performance coaching
  • Sports performance coaching
  • Business performance coaching
  • Public speaking coaching
  • Boundaries of the life coach in performance coaching
  • Case study

Faith and Spiritual issues

  • Common types
  • What is spiritual and what is faith?
  • Grief and bereavement
  • Abuse
  • Religious imposition
  • Fear of the future
  • Supporting without converting
  • Working within existing faith models
  • Case study

Anger and Stress Management Coaching

  • Safety concerns, confidentiality and referral
  • Addressing lifestyle issues
  • Relaxation therapy
  • Nutrition issues
  • Relationship issues
  • Underlying causes
  • Behavioural change
  • Working with other professionals
  • Case study

Working with couples or groups

  • Typical presented issues
  • Initial meeting and planning response
  • Facilitating discussions
  • Homework and agreements
  • When to refer and working alongside other professionals

Non-Specific Issues

  • Common presentations
  • Feeling lost
  • Not happy despite having everything
  • The survivor with no time to live
  • The person in imbalance
  • Tracking the feelings and memories
  • Using advanced anchoring for changing remembered emotions
  • Combining anchoring with inner child methods
  • Working with service users (clients) of state agencies
  • Case study

Professional Practice and Responsibilities

  • Preparing for practice, what you need
  • Principles of informed consent and contracts / agreement
  • Providing information in appropriate formats for the learner
  • Dissemination of information from sources of authority
  • Creating your own learning materials
  • Advertising
  • Registration and Insurance
  • NOS National Occupational Standards
  • Confidentiality and ethics
  • What you may or may not call yourself
  • Importance of Ongoing Professional Development and supervision
  • Other topics of training to support your career
  • Looking after yourself and your loved ones

Course 8 - Certificate in Parapsychology Online Course

LESSON ONE

  • Ghosts and Haunting
  • Poltergeists
  • Ghost  Hunting Equipment
  • What are Orbs?  

LESSON TWO

  • Mediums, Clairvoyants and Psychics
  • Spirit Photography
  • EVP.Electronic Voice Phenomena

LESSON THREE

  • Incubus
  • Succubus
  • REM
  • Lucid dreaming
  • OBE
  • NDE
  • Dissociative identity disorder
  • Regression
  • Progression
  • Genetic Cellular Link

LESSON FOUR

  • Remote Viewing  
  • Psychic Healing and Surgery
  • Psychic Surgery
  • Bio Energy Cleansing
  • Trance Healing
  • Healer
  • Psychometry
  • Psychometry Experiment
  • Dowsing
  • Automatic Art and Writing
  • Palmistry
  • Prophecies

LESSON  FIVE

  • UFO
  • Roswell
  • The Moon Landings (NASA)
  • Rendlesham Forest.
  • Gulf Breeze and Mexico UFO Waves
  • Alien Abduction.
  • Alien Implants
  • Hollow Earth Theory
  • Different Types of Aliens  
  • UFOs and Aliens  Reported and Recorded Throughout History
  • The Nasca Lines

LESSON SIX

  • Crystal Skulls
  • Edward Cayce
  • Atlantis
  • Mu
  • The Flem-Ath`s
  • Paul Schliemann
  • The Mayans
  • The Mayan Calendar

LESSON SEVEN

  • Witches
  • Warlocks
  • Faries.
  • Werewolves
  • Vampires.
  • Voodoo
  • Zombies
  • Monsters

LESSON EIGHT

  • Ancient Technology
  • MOD documents
  • The Riddle of the Sphinx
  • Mystries from Around the World

Course 9 - Certificate in Psychology Online Course

  • What is Psychology?
  • Different Approaches to Psychology
  • Research in Psychology
  • Signs of Emotion
  • Theories of Emotion
  • Stress and Anxiety
  • Sensation and Perception
  • Factors Affecting Perception
  • How Do We Remember?
  • Remembering and Forgetting
  • The Reliability of Memory
  • Classical and Operant Conditioning
  • Applications of Classical and Operant Conditioning
  • Other Kinds of Learning
  • Parent–Child Interaction
  • Attachment and Separation
  • Sexual Development and Gender Identity
  • Impressions of People
  • Prejudice and Discrimination
  • Reducing Prejudice
  • Social Pressure on the Individual
  • Group Norms and Conformity
  • Conformity to Roles and Obedience

Course 10 - Certificate in Social Care with Children and Families Online Course

The Social and Political Context of Social Work with Children and Families

  • Families in History: Myths and Realities
  • Politics and the Family
  • Social Policy and the Family
  • What is a Family?
  • Meanings of Childhood
  • Inequalities Between Families
  • Inequalities Within Families
  • Black and White Perspectives on the Family

Principles of Social Work with Children and Families

  • The Potential and Limits of Social Work
  • Anti-Oppressive Social Work With Children and Families
  • Partnership With Family Members
  • Focusing on People’s Abilities and Resources
  • Listening to Children
  • Partnership With Other Agencies
  • Addressing Tensions Between Care and Control
  • Developing a Personal Statement of Principles
  • The Process of Social Work with Children and Families
  • Assessment: Information Gathering
  • Identifying and Prioritising Needs
  • Identifying Resources to Meet Needs
  • Planning: Identifying Options and Agreeing Roles, Tasks and Priorities
  • The Process of Implementation
  • Implementation in Practice

The Process of Social Work With Children and Families

  • Monitoring, Review and Evaluation
  • Direct Work with Children and Young People in the Family
  • Working With Children and Young People
  • The Needs of Children
  • Issues of Identity
  • Communicating With Children
  • Observing Children

Direct Work With Black Children and Young People

  • Involving Children in Decision-Making
  • Support Systems and Networks for Children and Young PeopleWorking with Adults in the Family
  • Adults Have Needs, Too
  • Personal Issues for Adults

Helping With Relationship Difficulties

  • Male Violence Toward Women in Families
  • Elders in the Family
  • Women and Men as Parents and CarersWorking With the Family as a Group
  • Working With the Family as a Group
  • Co-Working and Using Consultation

Process Skills in Family Group Work: Referral and Initial Contact

  • Process Skills in Family Group Work: Beginnings
  • Process Skills in Family Group Work: Continuing Work
  • Process Skills in Family Group Work: EndingsImmediate Protection of the Child
  • What Child Abuse Is
  • Defining Child Abuse
  • Why Do People Abuse Children?
  • The Signs and Symptoms of Child Abuse
  • Judging How Safe a Child is at HomeThe Structures and Procedures for Protecting Children
  • Investigating Suspected Cases of Child Abuse
  • Child Protection Conferences
  • Assessment of Long-Term Planning

Protecting Children 2: Ensuring the Child’s Future Welfare

  • Working with Families Who Have a Member on the Child Protection Register
  • Working with Children Who Are on The Child Protection Register
  • Working with Children Who Have Been Harmed
  • Children Who Have Been Harmed Returning Home
  • Children Who Have Been Harmed Not Returning Home
  • Working with Other Family Members When a Child Has Been Harmed
  • Child Protection Review
  • Planning for the Child’s Future

Working with Children being Looked after by the Local Authority

  • Why Do Children Need Looking After by the Local Authority
  • Promoting the Health and Education of Children
  • The Duties of Local Authorities When Looking After Children
  • Risks and Benefits of Being Looked After by the Local Authority
  • Working in Partnership
  • Making Plans to Look After Children
  • Anti-discriminatory Practice in the Placement of Children
  • Working with Children Placed in Foster Families
  • Promoting Contact
  • Group Living

Social Work with Families through Transitions, Loss and Gain

  • Transitions in the Family: Losses and Gains
  • Social Work With Separation and Divorce in Families
  • Social Work with Illness in the Family
  • Social Work with Dying, Death and Bereavement in the Family
  • Social Work with New Families
  • Enabling Children to Grow Up

Children and Families and Special Needs

  • What are Special Needs?
  • Identifying Needs
  • The Legal Framework: Part One - The Children Act 1989 and Special Needs
  • The Legal Framework: Part Two - Children with Special Needs and their Protection
  • From the Identification of Need to the Provision of Services
  • How Services to Children with Special Needs and Their Families are Viewed
  • Other parts of the Jigsaw Beyond the Health, Education and Social Services
  • Beginning Work, Ending Work

Empowerment and Partnership in Work With Children and Families

  • Empowerment and Partnership: Understanding Terms
  • Understanding Power and Promoting Empowerment
  • Evaluating Partnership and Empowerment
  • Empowerment and the Social Worker
  • Empowerment, Partnership and Agency Context
  • Exploring Feelings on Partnerships With Families
  • Inter-agency and Multi-disciplinary Partnership

Entry requirements

Students must have basic literacy and numeracy skills.

Minimum education

Open entry. Previous schooling and academic achievements are not required for entry into this course.

Computer requirements

Students will need access to a computer and the internet. 

Minimum specifications for the computer are:

Windows:

  • Microsoft Windows XP, or later
  • Modern and up to date Browser (Internet Explorer 8 or later, Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

MAC/iOS

  • OSX/iOS 6 or later
  • Modern and up to date Browser (Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

All systems

  • Internet bandwidth of 1Mb or faster
  • Flash player or a browser with HTML5 video capabilities(Currently Internet Explorer 9, Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

Students will also need access the following applications:

Adobe Acrobat Reader

About this Course

Get Forensic Science & Profiling, Crime Writing, Identity Theft, Criminology for Beginners, Counselling Skills Advanced, Health & Social Care, Life Skills Coaching - Advanced, Parapsychology, Psychology andSocial Care with Children & Families in this Bundle

1. Forensic Science and Profiling: Discover How An Entire Investigation Process Is Brought Together

This Forensic Science course is designed for beginners to introduce them to the world of forensic science and profiling. By using actual case studies we are able to explore the roles played by a variety of experts as they endeavour to achieve justice for the victims. Please note the case studies used in this course are primarily those of violent crime and murder.

This course offers the opportunity to discover how an entire investigation process is brought together to enable a prosecution to take place. This is a thought-provoking course, which will enable the student to have insight into the criminal mind.

2. Crime Writing: Learn How To Write A Good Detective, Mystery Or Crime Story

Crime can pay! At least it does when you can write a good detective, mystery or crime story. Have you witnessed in recent years the overwhelming number of television shows, motion pictures and novels dealing in crime and the number of hungry fans devouring these stories the moment they are produced? This fast growing industry is both intriguing and rewarding for the author.

Throughout the course you will learn how to research police reports, forensic techniques, crime scenes and you will learn to think like a criminal. This course aims to take you from the spark of an idea through to being a published writer.

3. Identity Theft: Be Aware Of The Different Types Of Identity Theft

Identity theft is not a new crime, it is probably as old as crime itself, it was until not so long ago known as impersonation.

At the present moment it is estimated that one in four will be a victim of identity theft in the next twelve months and an estimated five hundred percent increase will occur in growth annually.

The results of identity theft can be devastating for the victim. We tend to think of financial loss when we think of becoming a victim of this crime; this though is only part of the many problems that may come about.

This course aims to make the student aware of the different types of identity theft that are currently employed as well as how to identity the signs of identity theft and ways and means of reducing the risk of identity theft.

4. Criminology for Beginners: Learn The Types Of Criminals, Processing A Scene Of Crime, Profiling Methods

Criminology for Beginners has been written for those who wish either to study criminology for fun or to sample a taster for further study and accreditation. It has been written in easy to follow terms and will enable the student to understand the basics behind Forensics, Autopsies, Types of Criminals, Processing a Scene of Crime, Profiling Methods, and will examine past cases and policing methods as well as Crime and Punishment.

About Criminology

Primarily concentrating on murder cases the student will be able to gather an understanding of how autopsies provide information and clues not just to cause of death but also the life style of the victim and the possible identity of the perpetrator of the crime.

5. Counselling Skills Advanced: Teach A Person How To Clarify Their Thoughts And Feelings

Counselling can enable a person to clarify their thoughts and feelings in order that they might arrive at their own decisions and even comfortably initiate major changes in their lives."

There is a real danger that counselling is losing touch with its roots as, on an ever increasing level, counsellors are working on a long-term basis with clients who are severely disturbed. Counselling was never intended for such a field but was originally developed for those persons who had vocational or educational problems, those with life crises and those who wished to explore and develop further.

6. Health and Social Care: Pursue A Career Within The Health And Social Care Sector

Our new and exciting Health and Social Care course has been specifically designed for those students who have an interest in or who work in the health and social care sector.

Health and social care encompasses a wide range of services and cuts across all sectors, including public, private and voluntary. It includes services within hospitals, clinics, care homes, medical and dental practices, emergency services, complementary medicine, and more.

Our Health and Social Care course is the ideal course for anyone who is looking to pursue a career within the health and social care sector. This includes jobs such as nursing, social workers and other types of health care workers.

The course covers key aspects of the field in order to sufficiently prepare you to work in the health and social care sector, or to enhance your confidence and skills within your existing role.

7. Life Skills Coaching - Advanced: Gain Competence In Life Skills Coaching

The Advanced Life Skills Coaching Certificate course is designed as a complete professional training package, incorporating a full range of therapeutic models in a complete holistic Life Skills Coaching programme.

The student will gain competence in modalities including; Basic Counselling, Psychoanalysis, CBT, Coaching, Advanced Coaching, Basic NLP and Self Hypnosis. These are all combined with the knowledge of how to work with support networks and other professionals, a well as how to set up in professional practice.

Extensive use of case studies is combined with examination of specific application topics (such as stress, anger, smoking and emotional issues) so that the student will gain knowledge of how to apply skills to a range of typical client presentations and issues. The course is designed to enable the student to adhere to the existing National Occupational Standards for Counselling.

8. Parapsychology: Learn The Scientific Study Of Anything That Defies Explanation

The study of the paranormal is known as Parapsychology and is a scientific study of anything that is not considered normal or defies explanation.

This course has been composed to introduce the student to the study of Parapsychology; it is written in easy-to-understand terms and uses examples of case histories to examine the phenomena of Parapsychology.

There are many forms of paranormal phenomena including, ghosts, haunting, poltergeists, UFOs, and witches, etc. The list is virtually endless.

9. Psychology: Gain a greater understanding of yourself and others

Any one wanting to study this interesting psychology course will end up enhancing their own experience in life and will give the student a greater understanding of yourself and others.

About Psychology
This Psychology Course will succeed in providing the student with greater knowledge of feelings, abilities and personalities. Most students also find that they gain a greater satisfaction within their job, their family and social life.

Our Psychology course presumes no prior knowledge of the subject and will provide you with an amazing and interesting insight into this informative profession.

10. Social Care with Children and Families: Learn How To Work With Children And Families In A Social Work Context

Working with children and families is a highly specialised and skilled area of social work. To be effective social workers need to be flexible, knowledgeable and highly mindful of many aspects of the family and the obstacles that can arise when working with this group.

Social care professionals who work specifically with children and families often provide guidance and support, counselling and supervisory services to families facing economic, family, substance abuse and illness-related difficulties. These social care workers collaborate with teachers, lawyers, police and medical professionals to provide quality care to families and children.

This course in child and family social care will aim to introduce you to the structure of the family, and to teach you to take the necessary factors into consideration as well as the proper procedures and courses of action involved when working with children and families in a social work context.

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Ultimate Forensic Science and Profiling Online Bundle, 10 Courses includes the following courses, below is a summary of each course: 

Course 1 - Certificate in Forensic Science and Profiling Online Course

Lesson One

  • Introduction to Forensic Science
  • The History of Forensic Science-from 3rd Century BC
  • Discoveries in the Field of Forensic Science

Lesson Two

  • Forensics
  • What is DNA?
  • Mitochondrial DNA
  • DNA and the Law
  • Amplified DNA
  • Operation Phoenix
  • The Royal Family of Russia
  • Case Studies
  • Robert Melias
  • Colin Pitchfork
  • The Murder of Helen McCourt
  • The Murder of Leanne Tiernan
  • Jules Mikus 2001- New Zealand
  • The Murder of Hyo Jung Jin

Lesson Three

  • The History of Fingerprints
  • Forensic Footwear
  • Ear Prints
  • Palm Prints

Lesson Four

  • Forensic Odontology
  • Hair
  • Trace evidence-fibres
  • Case Studies
  • The Salem Witch Trials
  • Ted Bundy
  • The Chi Omega Murders
  • Napoleon Bonaparte - suspicious death?
  • John Vollman
  • The Murder of Ruby Annie Keen

Lesson Five

  • Crime Scene – Murder
  • Chemical Pollution at the Scene of a Crime
  • The Autopsy
  • Positional asphyxia/postural asphyxia
  • Saponification/Adipocere
  • Decomposition
  • Case Studies
  • Patrick Higgins

Lesson Six

  • Poisons
  • Poisoners
  • The Marsh Test
  • Doctors who kill
  • Case Studies
  • The Case of Charles LeFarge
  • Dr. Pierre Marie Bougrat
  • Dr Harold Shipman.
  • Michael Swango

Lesson Seven

  • Psychological Profiling Including a Brief History of Profiling
  • Early Profilers- Kirk 1900
  • 1950`s Ernst Kretschmer
  • Dr James Brussel
  • Serial Killers
  • FBI Six Stages of Profiling
  • Investigated Psychology Using Five Factors
  • Behavioural Evidence Analysis
  • Case Studies
  • New York Pipe Bomber
  • Jack the Ripper

Lesson Eight

  • A profile of the organized perpetrator /offender
  • The Disorganized Asocial Offender
  • Types of Rapists
  • Profiling
  • Victimology
  • Case Studies
  • The Suffolk Strangler a.k.a. The Ipswich Ripper-disorganised serial killer
  • David Berkowitz
  • Robert Hanssen
  • Jerome Brudos-lust killer
  • Andrei Chikatilo

Course 2 - Certificate in Crime Writing Online Course

Introduction To Crime, Mystery And Suspense Writing

  • Who Are Your Favourite Authors?
  • Bending The Rules
  • Categories
  • Courtroom Drama
  • The Ideas Game – Inspiration
  • Clever Plotting

Putting The Story Together

  • In The Beginning
  • Who Is The Victim?
  • A Good Middle
  • The End
  • Research – Be Your Own Detective
  • How Much Is Too Much?
  • Which Weapon To Use?
  • Timing Is Everything
  • Does History Repeat Itself?
  • Characters That Live
  • Profile Your Cast Of Characters
  • Minor Characters Do Matter
  • Dialogue
  • Keeping Track
  • Learning To Read Faces
  • Whose Story Is It Anyway?

Motives And Crime Scenes

  • Moving Right Along
  • Keys To Story Layout
  • A Means To An End
  • The Crime Scene
  • Crimes And Motives
  • Your Game, My Game

From Pen To Publishing

  • Developing Your Characters
  • Strong Theme
  • Is Your Plot Working?
  • Clarifying Your Clues
  • Are You Still On Time?
  • First Draft
  • Check Everything
  • Need More Action?
  • Whose Voice Is It?
  • Style
  • What’S At Stake?
  • Is Your Point Clear?
  • Revising Your Draft
  • What Does An Editor Look For?
  • Presenting The Manuscript
  • Your Synopsis
  • A Reader Impact Title
  • Who Are The Publishers?
  • You As A Writer
  • Your Writing Day
  • Planning
  • Keeping Accurate Records
  • Targets, Deadlines
  • In The Mood
  • Tackling Writer’S Block
  • Tricks And Ploys

The Business Of Getting Published

  • Submitting Your Manuscript
  • What To Do About Rejection
  • Future Action
  • Do I Need An Agent?
  • The Art Of Self-Promotion
  • Websites For Writers
  • Recommended Reading
  • Non Fiction
  • Fiction Books
  • Crime Writers’ Associations
  • Glossary Of Terms

Course 3 - Certificate in Identity Theft Online Course

Introduction

  • Data gathering
  • Types of identity theft

Fighting back

  • Creating strong pins
  • Bank accounts and online banking

Means of identification

  • Protecting your identification
  • Signs of being a victim
  • Steps to follow if you are a victim
  • Useful contacts

Computer and Internet fraud

  • How to protect yourself online
  • E-mail accounts
  • Online ”scams”

Course 4 - Certificate in Criminology for Beginners Online Course

Lesson One: What is Criminology?

  • Poisons
  • The Case of Florence Maybrick.
  • The Case of Charles LeFarge

Lesson Two: Knives

  • The Case of Jack the Ripper (Part One)
  • Victims

Lesson Three: The Case of Jack the Ripper (Part Two)

  • Victims and Suspects
  • Possible Victims
  • Psychological Profiling                 

Lesson Four: Parricide and Matricide.

  • The Case of Lizzie Borden
  • The Case of Jo Ann Kiger
  • The Case of Francis Blandy
  • Somnambulism

Lesson Five: The Post Mortem / Autopsy

  • Entomology
  • Processing A Scene Of  Crime
  • Cold Cases
  • The Case of Lord Lucan

Lesson Six: Prostitution

  • Case of Jack the Stripper
  • The Serial Killer
  • Maslow - hierarchy of needs
  • The Case of Burke and Hare
  • The Case of  Bela Kiss
  • The Case of  Peter Sutcliffe

Lesson Seven: The Black Dahlia

  • The Case of  Jean Spangler
  • The Case of Marian Parker
  • Missing Persons
  • Kidnapping

Lesson Eight: Execution

  • Methods of Execution.
  • Capital punishment
  • The Case of Ruth Ellis
  • The Last Men To Be Executed In England
  • Albert Pierrepoint
  • Hangmen of the United Kingdom
  • Law Enforcement Agencies
  • The Profumo Case

Course 5 - Certificate in Counselling Skills Advanced Online Course

Course Introduction – Philosophy and Design

  • Counsellors work on a long term basis with severely disturbed clients
  • Research is important
  • Difficulties a counsellor may be confronted with:
  • ‘Non-directive’ approach to therapy

Effective Communication

  • Purpose of Communication
  • Body Language

Motivational Interview and Dynamics of Recovery

  • Stages of Change
  • Not interested in changing a risky lifestyle
  • Thinking about change:
  • Preparing to change
  • Making changes
  • Maintaining change
  • Relapsing
  • Express empathy
  • Avoid arguing
  • Support self-efficacy
  • Eliciting phase skills

Dealing with Denial

  • Denial
  • Development of denial
  • Psychotic mechanisms
  • Immature mechanisms
  • Neurotic mechanisms
  • Displacement (conversion, phobias, wit)
  • Mature mechanisms
  • Pathological denial
  • Alcoholic denial
  • Caring and confrontation

Working with the Family

  • Open system
  • Closed system
  • Balance
  • Diagnostic interview
  • Substance abuse of an adolescent
  • Family intervention

Course 6 - Certificate in Health and Social Care Online Course

Lesson 1: Promote communication in health, social care or children’s and young people’s settings 

  • The unit explores the central importance of communication in such settings, and ways to meet individual needs and preferences in communication. It also considers issues of confidentiality. 

Lesson 2: Engage in personal development in health, social care or children’s and young people’s settings

  • The unit introduces the concepts of personal development and reflective practice which are fundamental to such roles, and ways to implement these.

Lesson 3: Promote equality and inclusion in health, social care or children’s and young people’s settings

  • The unit introduces the concepts of equality, diversity and inclusion which are fundamental to such roles.

Lesson 4: Principles for implementing duty of care in health, social care or children’s and young people’s settings

  • The unit introduces ways to address the dilemmas, conflicts or complaints that may arise where there is a duty of care

Lesson 5: Principles of safeguarding and protection in health and social care 

  • This unit introduces the important area of safeguarding individuals from abuse.  It identifies different types of abuse and the signs and symptoms that might indicate abuse is occurring.  It considers when individuals might be particularly vulnerable to abuse and what a learner must do if abuse is suspected or alleged. 

Lesson 6: The role of the health and social care worker

  • This unit provides the learner with the knowledge and skills required to understand the nature of working relationships, work in ways that are agreed with the employer and work in partnership with others. 

Lesson 7: Promote person centred approaches in health and social care

  • This unit provides the learner with the knowledge and skills required to implement and promote person centred approaches.  

Lesson 8: Promote and implement health and safety in health and social care

  • This unit provides the learner with the knowledge and skills required to promote and implement health and safety in their work setting.  

Lesson 9: Promote good practice in handling information in health and social care settings

  • This unit covers the knowledge and skills needed to implement and promote good practice in recording, sharing, storing and accessing information.

Lesson 10: Provide support to maintain and develop skills for everyday life

  • The unit provides the learner with the knowledge and skills required to work with individuals to retain, regain and develop skills for everyday life.

Lesson 11: Facilitate learning and development activities to meet individual needs and preferences

  • This unit provides the learner with the knowledge and skills required to support individuals to plan, take part in and evaluate learning or development activities. 

Lesson 12: Support individuals to access and use services and facilities

  • This unit provides the learner with the knowledge and skills required to support individuals to select, use and review services and facilities.

Lesson 13: Facilitate person centred assessment, planning, implementation and review

  • This unit provides the learner with the knowledge and skills required to facilitate person-centred assessment, planning, implementation and review.  

Lesson 14: Support Individuals With Specific Communication Needs 

  • This unit provides the learner with the knowledge and skills that address personal interaction and the use of special methods and aids to promote communication.

Lesson 15: Support use of medication in social care settings

  • This unit assesses support for use of medication in social care settings.  It covers broad types, classifications and forms of medication, as well as safe handling and storage. It addresses practical support for use of medication that reflects social care principles and values, and includes the need for accurate recording and reporting.

Course 7 - Certificate in Life Skills Coaching - Advanced Online Course

What is Life Coaching

  • What to expect from the course
  • What is coaching
  • What are lifeskills
  • What elements of therapy are contained within life coaching

What do clients usually want from Life Coaching?

  • Typical presenting clients
  • Typical presented problems
  • Typical presented goals
  • Dealing with personal prejudices and opinions

Surface life coaching versus holistic life coaching?

  • Behavioural therapy approach and rapid intervention
  • Holistic theory and cycles of change
  • Clients with deeper issues wanting only surface change
  • Ethics of eliciting deeper change

Common misconceptions and errors

  • Errors made by practitioners
  • Mistaken beliefs about coaching
  • Examining the role of the life coach

Areas and levels of change

  • The different levels of life (looking at different models)
  • Expectations from areas of life
  • Imbalances in levels of life
  • Dissonance between surface needs and driving needs

Counselling Skills

  • What is counselling
  • National Occupational Standards for Counselling

Counselling Skills continued

  • Open questioning
  • Basic methods (reflection, reframing, summary, challenge)
  • Common errors
  • Balancing listening and assessment
  • Common models of counselling (Egan, Nelson etc.)

Basic Coaching Skills

  • Determining validity of goals
  • Determining ecology of goals
  • Three stages of goal setting
  • Working through the process
  • Case study

Advanced Coaching Skills

  • Specialised Coaching techniques

Coaching the client in relaxation techniques

  • Teaching basic relaxation methods, introduction
  • Is it meditation or self hypnosis?
  • Models of visualisation
  • Models of personal affirmations
  • Safety Precautions with teaching aids e.g. tapes

Coaching the client in altered states

  • Is it self hypnosis or NLP?
  • Eliciting different states of relaxation, concentration, elation
  • Choosing emotional states and ensuring ecology
  • Anchoring emotional and physical states at will
  • Performing exercises with the client
  • Ensuring the client can continue to adapt and expand
  • Training aids: Log book, handouts, tapes etc.
  • Recommended books and topics to read

Coaching the client in Behavioural change

  • Safety, fears, ecology and good practice
  • Image manipulation
  • Advanced use of anchoring
  • Affirmations in relaxed state
  • Affirmations in waking state)

Coaching the Client in advanced behavioural changes

  • Using principles of CBT
  • CBT principles with the client
  • CBT as homework
  • Self analysis using CBT

CBT continued (Part II: Toxic thoughts)

Basic Psychoanalysis theory and useful techniques

  • Analysis in coaching
  • Topic association method

Referral and working with other practitioners

  • Knowing when the case is too complex
  • Referral to other practitioners
  • Protecting yourself
  • Professional clients “the heart sick”
  • Cooperating with other practitioners
  • Cooperating with Medical Doctors

Emotional issues and case studies

  • Confidence
  • Self Esteem
  • Self Image
  • Behavioural versus holistic
  • Case study

Deeper emotional issues and case studies

  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Phobias and Fears
  • Ensuring appropriate advertising, referral and practice
  • Case study

Weight Loss and Control

  • Lifestyle issues
  • Assisting the client in choosing a diet plan
  • Assisting the client in choosing an exercise plan
  • Boundaries of the life coach in weight loss advice
  • Ensuring appropriate advertising and practice
  • Case study

Stop Smoking Coaching

  • Lifestyle issues
  • Positive versus negative methods
  • Visualisation methods
  • Motivational counselling methods
  • Self help techniques
  • Learning aids e.g. tapes and handouts
  • Case study

Performance Coaching

  • Common types of performance coaching
  • Sports performance coaching
  • Business performance coaching
  • Public speaking coaching
  • Boundaries of the life coach in performance coaching
  • Case study

Faith and Spiritual issues

  • Common types
  • What is spiritual and what is faith?
  • Grief and bereavement
  • Abuse
  • Religious imposition
  • Fear of the future
  • Supporting without converting
  • Working within existing faith models
  • Case study

Anger and Stress Management Coaching

  • Safety concerns, confidentiality and referral
  • Addressing lifestyle issues
  • Relaxation therapy
  • Nutrition issues
  • Relationship issues
  • Underlying causes
  • Behavioural change
  • Working with other professionals
  • Case study

Working with couples or groups

  • Typical presented issues
  • Initial meeting and planning response
  • Facilitating discussions
  • Homework and agreements
  • When to refer and working alongside other professionals

Non-Specific Issues

  • Common presentations
  • Feeling lost
  • Not happy despite having everything
  • The survivor with no time to live
  • The person in imbalance
  • Tracking the feelings and memories
  • Using advanced anchoring for changing remembered emotions
  • Combining anchoring with inner child methods
  • Working with service users (clients) of state agencies
  • Case study

Professional Practice and Responsibilities

  • Preparing for practice, what you need
  • Principles of informed consent and contracts / agreement
  • Providing information in appropriate formats for the learner
  • Dissemination of information from sources of authority
  • Creating your own learning materials
  • Advertising
  • Registration and Insurance
  • NOS National Occupational Standards
  • Confidentiality and ethics
  • What you may or may not call yourself
  • Importance of Ongoing Professional Development and supervision
  • Other topics of training to support your career
  • Looking after yourself and your loved ones

Course 8 - Certificate in Parapsychology Online Course

LESSON ONE

  • Ghosts and Haunting
  • Poltergeists
  • Ghost  Hunting Equipment
  • What are Orbs?  

LESSON TWO

  • Mediums, Clairvoyants and Psychics
  • Spirit Photography
  • EVP.Electronic Voice Phenomena

LESSON THREE

  • Incubus
  • Succubus
  • REM
  • Lucid dreaming
  • OBE
  • NDE
  • Dissociative identity disorder
  • Regression
  • Progression
  • Genetic Cellular Link

LESSON FOUR

  • Remote Viewing  
  • Psychic Healing and Surgery
  • Psychic Surgery
  • Bio Energy Cleansing
  • Trance Healing
  • Healer
  • Psychometry
  • Psychometry Experiment
  • Dowsing
  • Automatic Art and Writing
  • Palmistry
  • Prophecies

LESSON  FIVE

  • UFO
  • Roswell
  • The Moon Landings (NASA)
  • Rendlesham Forest.
  • Gulf Breeze and Mexico UFO Waves
  • Alien Abduction.
  • Alien Implants
  • Hollow Earth Theory
  • Different Types of Aliens  
  • UFOs and Aliens  Reported and Recorded Throughout History
  • The Nasca Lines

LESSON SIX

  • Crystal Skulls
  • Edward Cayce
  • Atlantis
  • Mu
  • The Flem-Ath`s
  • Paul Schliemann
  • The Mayans
  • The Mayan Calendar

LESSON SEVEN

  • Witches
  • Warlocks
  • Faries.
  • Werewolves
  • Vampires.
  • Voodoo
  • Zombies
  • Monsters

LESSON EIGHT

  • Ancient Technology
  • MOD documents
  • The Riddle of the Sphinx
  • Mystries from Around the World

Course 9 - Certificate in Psychology Online Course

  • What is Psychology?
  • Different Approaches to Psychology
  • Research in Psychology
  • Signs of Emotion
  • Theories of Emotion
  • Stress and Anxiety
  • Sensation and Perception
  • Factors Affecting Perception
  • How Do We Remember?
  • Remembering and Forgetting
  • The Reliability of Memory
  • Classical and Operant Conditioning
  • Applications of Classical and Operant Conditioning
  • Other Kinds of Learning
  • Parent–Child Interaction
  • Attachment and Separation
  • Sexual Development and Gender Identity
  • Impressions of People
  • Prejudice and Discrimination
  • Reducing Prejudice
  • Social Pressure on the Individual
  • Group Norms and Conformity
  • Conformity to Roles and Obedience

Course 10 - Certificate in Social Care with Children and Families Online Course

The Social and Political Context of Social Work with Children and Families

  • Families in History: Myths and Realities
  • Politics and the Family
  • Social Policy and the Family
  • What is a Family?
  • Meanings of Childhood
  • Inequalities Between Families
  • Inequalities Within Families
  • Black and White Perspectives on the Family

Principles of Social Work with Children and Families

  • The Potential and Limits of Social Work
  • Anti-Oppressive Social Work With Children and Families
  • Partnership With Family Members
  • Focusing on People’s Abilities and Resources
  • Listening to Children
  • Partnership With Other Agencies
  • Addressing Tensions Between Care and Control
  • Developing a Personal Statement of Principles
  • The Process of Social Work with Children and Families
  • Assessment: Information Gathering
  • Identifying and Prioritising Needs
  • Identifying Resources to Meet Needs
  • Planning: Identifying Options and Agreeing Roles, Tasks and Priorities
  • The Process of Implementation
  • Implementation in Practice

The Process of Social Work With Children and Families

  • Monitoring, Review and Evaluation
  • Direct Work with Children and Young People in the Family
  • Working With Children and Young People
  • The Needs of Children
  • Issues of Identity
  • Communicating With Children
  • Observing Children

Direct Work With Black Children and Young People

  • Involving Children in Decision-Making
  • Support Systems and Networks for Children and Young PeopleWorking with Adults in the Family
  • Adults Have Needs, Too
  • Personal Issues for Adults

Helping With Relationship Difficulties

  • Male Violence Toward Women in Families
  • Elders in the Family
  • Women and Men as Parents and CarersWorking With the Family as a Group
  • Working With the Family as a Group
  • Co-Working and Using Consultation

Process Skills in Family Group Work: Referral and Initial Contact

  • Process Skills in Family Group Work: Beginnings
  • Process Skills in Family Group Work: Continuing Work
  • Process Skills in Family Group Work: EndingsImmediate Protection of the Child
  • What Child Abuse Is
  • Defining Child Abuse
  • Why Do People Abuse Children?
  • The Signs and Symptoms of Child Abuse
  • Judging How Safe a Child is at HomeThe Structures and Procedures for Protecting Children
  • Investigating Suspected Cases of Child Abuse
  • Child Protection Conferences
  • Assessment of Long-Term Planning

Protecting Children 2: Ensuring the Child’s Future Welfare

  • Working with Families Who Have a Member on the Child Protection Register
  • Working with Children Who Are on The Child Protection Register
  • Working with Children Who Have Been Harmed
  • Children Who Have Been Harmed Returning Home
  • Children Who Have Been Harmed Not Returning Home
  • Working with Other Family Members When a Child Has Been Harmed
  • Child Protection Review
  • Planning for the Child’s Future

Working with Children being Looked after by the Local Authority

  • Why Do Children Need Looking After by the Local Authority
  • Promoting the Health and Education of Children
  • The Duties of Local Authorities When Looking After Children
  • Risks and Benefits of Being Looked After by the Local Authority
  • Working in Partnership
  • Making Plans to Look After Children
  • Anti-discriminatory Practice in the Placement of Children
  • Working with Children Placed in Foster Families
  • Promoting Contact
  • Group Living

Social Work with Families through Transitions, Loss and Gain

  • Transitions in the Family: Losses and Gains
  • Social Work With Separation and Divorce in Families
  • Social Work with Illness in the Family
  • Social Work with Dying, Death and Bereavement in the Family
  • Social Work with New Families
  • Enabling Children to Grow Up

Children and Families and Special Needs

  • What are Special Needs?
  • Identifying Needs
  • The Legal Framework: Part One - The Children Act 1989 and Special Needs
  • The Legal Framework: Part Two - Children with Special Needs and their Protection
  • From the Identification of Need to the Provision of Services
  • How Services to Children with Special Needs and Their Families are Viewed
  • Other parts of the Jigsaw Beyond the Health, Education and Social Services
  • Beginning Work, Ending Work

Empowerment and Partnership in Work With Children and Families

  • Empowerment and Partnership: Understanding Terms
  • Understanding Power and Promoting Empowerment
  • Evaluating Partnership and Empowerment
  • Empowerment and the Social Worker
  • Empowerment, Partnership and Agency Context
  • Exploring Feelings on Partnerships With Families
  • Inter-agency and Multi-disciplinary Partnership

Entry requirements

Students must have basic literacy and numeracy skills.

Minimum education

Open entry. Previous schooling and academic achievements are not required for entry into this course.

Computer requirements

Students will need access to a computer and the internet. 

Minimum specifications for the computer are:

Windows:

  • Microsoft Windows XP, or later
  • Modern and up to date Browser (Internet Explorer 8 or later, Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

MAC/iOS

  • OSX/iOS 6 or later
  • Modern and up to date Browser (Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

All systems

  • Internet bandwidth of 1Mb or faster
  • Flash player or a browser with HTML5 video capabilities(Currently Internet Explorer 9, Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

Students will also need access the following applications:

Adobe Acrobat Reader

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Course Summary

Course ID No.: 009OAFSPD10CB
Delivery Mode: Online
Course Access: Unlimited Lifetime
Time required: Study at your own pace
Assessments: Yes
Qualification: Certificate

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