|1.||Articulate the importance of being a reflective practitioner within a local and global community;|
|2.||Design and apply evaluation tools for a range of programs and community research;|
|3.||Critically review a range of research tools and implement with an understanding of ethical, legal, and financial considerations, and how they impact individuals and the community;|
|4.||Review examples of research proposals and reports that contribute to work and community networks; and|
|5.||Evaluate and analyse relevant literature that is useful to and identifies good practice; in youth work, community and professional practice debates.|
|Literature Review||Short review of relevant vocational literature||20%|
|Literature Review||Extended review of an exploration of vocational literature that applies to a chosen research interest or area||40%|
|Research Paper||Development and presentation of a research briefing paper (800 word limit and a 3 min pres).||40%|
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