Training

Looking for an experienced trainer to improve your workers' social work skills?

 

Do you need to train your volunteers on befriending and aspects of client engagement? We customise the training to suit the context of your organisation's work. 

We also have specialised knowledge in working with the Malay-Muslim Community.

 

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Social Work Practice with Malay-Muslim Families

This 2-day programme ​introduces participants to the Malay-Muslim Community in Singapore and their unique worldview that is influenced by the Malay culture and Islamic beliefs. The programme suggests working guidelines to engage the Malay-Muslim families in social work practice.

Using case studies, discussions, and role-plays, Bromohd helps participants to hone their case conceptualisation skills to incorporate their new-found knowledge on the 'Typologies of the Malay-Muslim Client' , the 'Muslim Theory of Change', and the 'Malay-Muslim Wheel of Power and Control (adapted from the model developed by Domestic Abuse Intervention Project, Duluth, MN.) into their existing social work knowledge and practice.

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Social Work Practice with Malay-Muslim Families

WHAT PEOPLE SAY

Kay Enne

BROMOHD is very open to discussion about issues that may not have clear-cut answers. Great integration of theoretical approach with Muslim cultural context.

Othniel

I believe every non-Malay/Muslim social worker/anyone in the profession needs to go through this course. It is so beneficial and needed in our sector today. We need to uplift and understand each other to move this profession forward 

Will Fong

Very insightful and provides a lot of real life examples. He made it useful to understand the context but also makes it more curious than setting out stereotypes.

Projects : Planning, Implementing & Evaluating

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Apart from casework & counselling, social workers are also expected to plan, organise, execute and evaluate programmes for the community.

This module introduces participants to the Theory of Change and how it is applied to the Logic Model for programme planning. Participants will also be guided on how to formulate SMART goals, develop the programme budget, and formulate outcome evaluation to measure programme effectiveness and improve programme design.

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Projects : Planning, Implementing & Evaluating

WHAT PEOPLE SAY

The topic is very relevant to my work and definitely enhanced my understanding and implementing in future.  Trainer is knowledgeable and engaging.

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