The certificate in family relations provides students with knowledge and skills needed to support a healthy family life in their own homes, as well as an opportunity to seek entry-level support work within the human services industry. This certificate helps students develop basic communication and conflict resolution skills, as well as skills pertaining to family financial management.
This certificate is offered by BYU-Idaho, with
Essential Knowledge and Skills
- Communicate the basic principles concerning healthy family relationships effectively
- Demonstrate effective conflict resolution skills
- Create an effective budget for an individual or family
- Social and human service assistant
- Juvenile services
- Psychiatric technician
- Case aide
- Childcare worker/teacher
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Why choose this certificate?
The family relations certificate emphasizes the development of employable skills, such as effective communication and conflict resolution. These skills can help students develop strong interpersonal relationships and obtain entry-level employment in a variety of work settings, such as human services. This certificate will also provide students with a foundational understanding of what is required to establish healthy marital and family relationships.
BYU-Pathway has found that certain combinations of certificates lead to better job opportunities. Most degrees have a