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Shah - Prison Officer - Bradford, England, UK

Nazmi Shah

Bradford, England, UK


Prison Officer

Work History

Community Resource Worker

Farcliffe Famil Centre

From March 2013


This was my final year placement undertaken as part of my degree.
• Assessments
• Supprt Plans for children
• Supervising and managing contact sessions
• Behaviour Management Support for Parents
• Direct Work sessions with Children
• Working with Parents/ emotional and practical support
• Fund raising
• Writing Reports
• Home Vists
• Safeguarding children
• Assessing Parent Capacity
• Benefits/ Housing support
• Advocay

Apr 2012 to

Alcohol Advisory Worker

Piccadilly Project

From September 2012


My role as an alcohol advisory worker enabled me to gain skills in addiction and the misuse of substances.
Using cognitive behaviour approach, offered one to one sessions to adults who were alcohol dependent or binge drinking. This service was based on psychodynamic approach to addiction by offering techniques and tools to help change behaviour. However, the service also had access to the medical approach, using local detox and rehab services to support service users.
• One to one support sessions
• motivational interviewng
• suppot with alcohol star charts-imapact
• support on consequnces and triggers
• identifying course of symtoms
• reduction plans
• risk assessments
• assessments/ revews and plans
• liasing wth other agencies
• support to families
• fund raising
• team working
• setting up clincs with GP practices
• Networking and developing new services

Jul 1993 to

Project Support Worker

Co-Ordinater Covering Maternity

From March 2012

Shipley Women's Aid

My role as a project support worker involved offering both practical and emotional assistance to women and their children feeling domestic abuse, who were living in the refuge.
-Advocacy support
-Assisting women with Accessing benefits/housing
- Applying for grants
-Accessing health services/ education
-Offering support sessions
-Support plans
-Risk Assessments
-Emotional support
-Court assistance
-Assisting Women to further education (ESOL)
• Taking referrals/ completing assessments
• Recording and managng women's files
• Benefits Support
• Financial Supoort/ Budgeting
• Carrying out Risk Assessments/ Reviews
• One To One support sessions
• Supporting Women to access Housing
• Supporting Women to Appt
• Liasing with other agencies to obtain pocessions
• Faclitating Team/ housing meetings
• Attending appointments
• Providing Support and Supervsion
• Developng and renewing policies and procedures
• Liasing with External services/org
• Managing and preparing budgets

Qualifications & Certifications

University of Bradford

Education/Health Services

Family Centre

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