192 Credit points (Core year 1 and 2)
|1.||Articulate strengths-based assessment and intervention in social work practice;|
|2.||Present, analyse and critique examples of direct social work practice with individuals and /or families from placement and/or place of work;|
|3.||Initiate and mediate group discussion of examples of direct social work practice with individuals and /or families, their placement and/or place of work;|
|4.||Reflect critically on practice, utilising peer feedback, consultation with teaching staff, personal awareness and theoretical input; and|
|5.||Integrate and further develop existing interpersonal and communication skills for the purpose of assessment and intervention in casework practice.|
|Assignment||Cultural Genogram and critical reflection||30%|
|Assignment||Advanced Care Plan and critical reflection||30%|
|Other||Wyndham Community Network (critical reflection)||40%|
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