288 credit points of core ABSW Bachelor of Social Work (first, second and third year units).
|1.||Negotiate and validate a plan for professional learning consistent with the placement context of practice and aligned to AASW Graduate Practice Standards and Attributes (2019);|
|2.||Practice according to social work values, ethics and knowledge in alignment with the AASW Code of Ethics (2010) and AASW Graduate Practice Standards and Attributes (2019);|
|3.||Exemplify cultural responsiveness, sensitivity and inclusive practice and promote the rights of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and their cultures;|
|4.||Use a broad range of professional communication skills to build and foster collaborative, inclusive and respectful relationships with a diverse range of individuals, groups, colleagues and communities;|
|5.||Demonstrate intellectual independence through the application of critical thought and judgement in social work practice;|
|6.||Identify and effectively engage with ethical dilemmas and issues arising in practice; and|
|7.||Demonstrate an understanding of the role of research and evaluation in generating new knowledge for practice.|
|Exercise||Plan for professional learning||Pass/Fail|
|Practicum||Final placement assessment||Pass/Fail|
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