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Experiential Approach to Social Service Programme Development Using the Logic Model (Synchronous e-learning)

Experiential Approach to Social Service Programme Development Using the Logic Model
(Synchronous e-learning)
TGS-2020503218

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THIS COURSE IS ELIGIBLE FOR WSQ FUNDING

We are a social enterprise registered with raiSE Singapore and courses listed WSQ accredited

We offer courses under the Social Service Skills Framework and the Skills Framework for Retail. Our courses are SFC-eligible.

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Course Description

Developing effective solutions to complex social problems is no easy feat. On the one hand, we want evidence-based programmes that are client-centred, ethical and inclusive. Yet on the other hand, we have time and resource constraints that we need to manage. How do we find that sweet spot?

Join us in learning how to integrate professional expertise, research evidence, and community inputs to develop effective social service programme. Analyse social problems from multiple viewpoints. You will be guided through the programme development process through experiential tasks, case studies and interactive discussions.

Learning Outcomes

At the end of the workshop, participants will be able to:

  • Assess clients’ social, emotional, psychological, and cultural needs through client-centred service principles and practices
  • Incorporate inclusive practices as well as cultural and social considerations of client-groups into programme development
  • Conduct environmental scanning on the existing client landscape, community needs and programmes available to inform programme development
  • Apply the Logic Model to guide programme development and communication
  • Determine manpower, resources and training required for delivering programmes
  • Identify and tap on available community resources and funding schemes through the community assets analysis

Duration

21 hours including synchronous learning and assessment

Upcoming Schedule

Course Fees and Subsidies

Nett Fee after training grant subsidy: $125.00

Nett Fee after training grant subsidy: $293.00

Nett Fee after training grant subsidy: $125.00

Nett Fee after training grant subsidy: $293.00

Nett Fee after training grant subsidy: $125.00

Full fee: $650.00

Course support period: 01 June 2020 – 31 May 2022

 
 
 
 

Other Course Information

Target Audience

Social service practitioners who would like to enhance their programme development skills. 

 

Certification

Learners who have successfully completed and passed the assessment will receive a Statement of Attainment (SOA) in Programme Development issued by SkillsFuture Singapore (SSG). 

Language of Instruction

This course is conducted in English 

Course Outline

1

Building the foundation

Working with problems. Learners will acquire skills and techniques to expand and explore problems to attain clarity and develop concise problem statements.

2

Assessing the environment

Identifying the needs of clients, stakeholders and the community. Learners will apply needs and resource assessments to deepen understanding of the problem and determine the criteria and boundaries of the programme.

3

Applying the logic model

Application of logic model to guide programme design. Learners will identify the programme theory using the logical model, to guide the activities and resources required to attain the programme outcomes.

4

Implementing the programme

Communicating programme to seek resources and recruit participants. Learners will develop communication and publicity strategies, and to explore the funding sources available in the community to execute the programme.

This course is organised by Environiche LLP, an approved training organisation under Singapore Workforce Skills Qualification (WSQ).

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