Support Worker by James Nixon


Support Worker by James Nixon

Can you see yourself as someone who enjoys helping people? If so, have you ever wondered what it might be like to work as a support worker? This is a careers book that focuses on one type of job within its industry. Follow Dan, a support worker who works with adults who have learning disabilities, as he guides you around his place of work. He explains everything in a clear and informative way - from how support plans are developed, the ways in which they help people keep mobile and independent, to the wide range of skills they use on a daily basis. He also introduces ways to begin and progress in your career. Clear photographs help as he explains the skills, qualifications and temperament you need to become a support worker. Part of the series, What We Do. Six books that explore six practical career options for children aged 9+.

About the Author

James Nixon is an experienced editor and author of children's books.

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24 pages


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Publication date

9th October 2014



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