|1.||Critique the broad parameters of the study of social policy;|
|2.||Articulate how youth policy impacts on young people, youth workers, teachers and service providers in local and national communities;|
|3.||Analyse the broader impact of policy in constructing social outcomes particularly in developing equitable outcomes;|
|4.||Determine the role of policy in constructing a fair society and evaluate the importance of understanding policy mechanisms in the constructs of civics education globally in our society;|
|5.||Articulate their development of skills and knowledge about the theory/s that underpin and involves youth policy; and|
|6.||Adapt knowledge of the different processes and mechanisms that may be undertaken to develop and formulate youth policy.|
|Essay||What is youth policy and how does it influence the work of youth workers?||30%|
|Report||A major analysis of a youth policy||70%|
Essential Skills for Youth Work Practice 2nd
Sapin, K (2013),
London: Sage Publications
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