ASW4002 - Advanced Professional Practice
|1.||Identify, scope and plan social work interventions for real world problems by effectively using a range of methods of practice including individual, group, community, policy analysis and research;|
|2.||Identify and critique personal beliefs, values, and cultural traditions and integrate these with formal knowledge and professional values and ethics to ensure authentic practice;|
|3.||Demonstrate cultural humility, a valuing of diversity, and respect for the culture, knowledge and traditions of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders as the Traditional Owners of Australian lands through context specific projects; and|
|4.||Work independently and collaboratively with colleagues and others in planning and developing social work interventions for real world problems.|
|Assignment||Persuasive written report (500 words) and oral presentation (500 word equivalence) justifying investigation into real world problem.||25%|
|Literature Review||Analysis of literature relevant to real world problem (2,500 words)||40%|
|Assignment||Written Proposal (1,500 words) and Oral presentation (500 words)||35%|
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