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Real Life Guide: Care, Welfare & Community Work

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Real Life Guide: Care, Welfare & Community Work by Caroline Barker
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Care, welfare and community work is a broad sector that offers a multitude of amazing job opportunities in which you can give something back. From caring for the elderly, to counselling, to helping rehabilitate offenders this sector presents challenging and rewarding jobs if you want to help improve other people's lives. Jobs in care and welfare can be emotionally challenging. It's important to fully understand what's required of you before embarking in a career in this area. That's where Real Life Guide: Care, Welfare and Community Work can really help you. Inside, read real life case studies from professionals working in the sector today who explain what it's really like so you can decide if this career's for you. Straight-talking and practical, this book contains all the essential information to get your dream career in care, welfare and community work off the ground. Real Life Guides are practical guides for practical people. They aim to inform and inspire by providing genuinely information about what it takes to succeed in this career.

Author Biography

Caroline Barker is a professionally qualified careers adviser with many years' experience of providing careers guidance and counselling to a wide range of clients. She has worked with school pupils, apprenticeship trainees, college students, and adults seeking a career change. Caroline is also the author of Real Life Guide to Childcare Camilla Zajac developed her role as a freelance careers writer whilst working in communications in the statutory and voluntary sector. She wrote for a wide range of careers resources aimed at young people, students and adults. Five years ago Camilla set up her own copywriting business and since then has written for communications and resources in the careers, and business sectors.
Release date Australia
September 29th, 2010
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Edition
2nd Revised edition
Imprint
Trotman Publishing
Pages
112
ISBN-13
9781844552337
Product ID
3879775

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