|1.||Demonstrate a developing understanding of social, health and wellbeing issues that affect young people;|
|2.||Appraise the theoretical underpinnings of strengths-based practice with young people;|
|3.||Explain the practical and theoretical interventions and practice frameworks needed to work with young people with a range of social, health and wellbeing issues and in ways that respect and value diversity; and|
|4.||Articulate the need for self-care while working with young people.|
|Case Study||Complete a needs assessment review for a highly vulnerable young person with complex needs. (600 words)||20%|
|Case Study||Identify theoretical principles for working with young people using a strengths based approach. (1500 words)||50%|
|Case Study||Write a conclusion and follow-up protocol for your case study. (900 words)||30%|
Essential Skills for Youth Work Practice.
Sapin, K (2013),
London: Sage Publications.
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