|1.||Conceptualise how professional frames of reference influence perspectives and practices when working with young people with complex needs;|
|2.||Develop frameworks for practice that facilitate effective collaboration among the various professionals that often engage in complex work with young people;|
|3.||Demonstrate a range of effective communication and collaborative skills which facilitate inter-professional collaboration;|
|4.||Investigate the principles, benefits and challenges of inter-professional collaboration and inter-disciplinary service provision;|
|5.||Identify an issue or complex problem affecting young people and participate in a disciplinary team to develop an effective inter-disciplinary approach to address the problem;|
|6.||Critically reflect on their own learning and the process of collaboration as they experience and observe it in their class teams and in their agency placement; and|
|7.||Evaluate current collaboration practice models.|
|Exercise||Analysis of theories of professional collaboration. (750 word limit).||30%|
|Report||Group report investigating an issue and response. (2000 word limit).||40%|
|Presentation||Group presentation on multi-disciplinary responses to an issue. ( 15 mins)||30%|
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