ASW4003 - Social Work Advocacy: Scope, Research and Design
|1.||Articulate and exemplify social work values and ethics, and the distinctive role and contribution of social work in addressing real world problems encountered in professional practice;|
|2.||Apply social work knowledge, values, research and intervention skills to appropriately respond to the needs of diverse individuals, groups and communities; and|
|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.|
|Presentation||Conference presentation of project: Real world problem (15mins) (1000 word equivalent)||30%|
|Report||Individual analysis of real world problem (3000 words)||70%|
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