Family & Community Services

About the Course

The Family & Community Services course will introduce students to career opportunities found within the Family and Community Services Pathway of the Human Services Cluster. Personal development, interpersonal relationships and effective individual and family functioning are also addressed. Students will explore the many uses of technology and determine technological impacts on consumers and families. In addition, various types of health care available and the services and products used to improve and maintain public health are discussed.

Total Lessons 28
Grade Level 10th - 12th
Projects, Activities & Assessments 544

SAMPLE LESSON  Technology Implications: Consumer & Family

Each lesson includes media-rich presentations, a pre-made lesson plan, assessments and engaging real-world projects and activities. To get an idea of what iCEV offers, explore the sample lesson and resources below.

Course Lessons

Skills for Real World Survival
Employability Skills
Graduate Tips & Advice: Importance of Work Ethic
Leadership Styles
Teamwork & Collaboration
Management of Energy, Money & Tasks
Decision Making
Introduction to Professional Communication
Business Ethics
Exploring Careers: Human Services
Family & Community Services
Citizenship Basics
Corporate Citizenship: Crossfit for Hope
Corporate Citizenship: Supporting Local Youth
Family Relationships & Management
Positive Relationships
Personal Development: Self-Esteem
Conflict Management
Family Life Issues
Technology Implications: Consumer & Family
Family Health
Insurance Basics: Overview
Insurance Basics: Automobile
Insurance Basics: Health
Insurance Basics: Life & Disability
Insurance Basics: Home & Property
Insurance Basics: Making Claims
Health Products & Services