|1.||Discuss the role of youth work within the broader context and politics of social change, considering the evolution of youth work in a wide range of social and cultural contexts;|
|2.||Analyse specific scenarios or situations; and apply appropriate youth work models and approaches;|
|3.||Analyse the risk and protective factors within a range of settings and environments;|
|4.||Outline strategies to enhance the agency and empowerment of young people; and|
|5.||Communicate effectively, think critically and problem solve a range of issues related to youth work practice.|
|Other||Reflection on evolution of Youth Work (700 words)||25%|
|Essay||Youth Work values (1500 words)||40%|
|Other||Community Map (Infographic)||35%|
Essential Skills for Youth Work Practice.
Sapin, K., 2013
London: Sage Publications.
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