ASA6005 - Community-Based Research (Part 1)
|1.||Implement the skills and knowledge acquired in their international community development studies in a professional setting;|
|2.||Assess 10 core competencies valued by employers across industries (personal management; communication; information management; research & analysis; project, task & organisational skills; teamwork; commitment to quality; professional behaviour; social responsibility; continuous learning);|
|3.||Design, plan and implement a community development project in an organisational environment (either in a community-based, regional, governmental or international setting) with reference to achieving strategic outcomes;|
|4.||Anticipate risks and suggest mitigating measures; and|
|5.||Critically reflect on research experience.|
|Journal||Contribute to at least 15 substantive learning journal entries. (3,000 words in total)||20%|
|Performance||End-of-project written proforma from the agency supervisor.||15%|
|Presentation||End-of-project presentation to wide range of community and academic stakeholders at the Community Development Symposium. (1,000 words)||15%|
|Report||A final report which documents the community-based research processes and findings. (4,000 words)||50%|
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