|1.||Contextualise the framework that incorporates theories of attachment, trauma and the development of children and young people that can lead to complex, challenging and trauma-related presentations as children, adolescence and or adults;|
|2.||Critically review theoretical models with a focus on therapeutic care when working with young people presenting with complex needs, complex trauma and attachment issues|
|3.||Evaluate and review strategies for Youth and Community workers to identify and manage complex behaviours.;|
|4.||Analyse primary knowledge and skills related to young people with complex issues including ethical guidelines, methods of effective communication, cultural differences, resolution of conflict and addressing organisational and trauma informed care standards, workplace risk and reporting protocols and procedures.|
|Report||A report providing a justification to disclosing or not disclosing personal information to assist a positive education outcome for the young person.||30%|
|Case Study||Respond to a case study of a young person with complex issues living in a residential care setting utilising evidence informed Youth Work practice.||50%|
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