Family Violence Across the Lifespan
Develop an understanding of the historical evolution and the current theory and research in the area of family violence.
Examine how social service systems, including social work, education, medical professionals, and the criminal justice system are working to reduce the effects of the problem of family violence in our society.
Take individual courses or complete all 5 to earn the certificate.
- Cost of Certificate: $420
- Cost of individual courses: $60 to $120
- Eligible for Social Worker CEUs
Monday Evenings, 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m., BC3 Main Campus
- Understanding Family Violence and Cultural Context Within the Family Violence - March 28
- Child Maltreatment – Physical, Sexual, Neglect and Psychological - April 4 & 11
- Maltreatment of Females, Males and Minority Groups - April 18 & 25
- Elder Abuse, Neglect and Intervention - May 2
- Sibling to Sibling Maltreatment, Abuse to Parent by Child - May 16
Pathway to Academic Credit
Successful completion of the certificate and passing of a final exam equates to 3 credits for the academic course Family Violence Across the Lifespan (SOCW 103) at BC3 when enrolled in a credit degree or certificate that requires the academic course.