|1.||Negotiate and validate a plan for professional learning consistent with the placement context of practice.|
|2.||Apply knowledge, values and ethics to a particular field of practice in accordance with relevant codes of ethical practices|
|3.||Demonstrate cultural responsiveness, sensitivity and inclusive practice that promotes the rights of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and their cultures;|
|4.||Establish respectful and accountable professional relationships and communications with a diverse range of individuals, groups, colleagues and communities; and|
|5.||Effectively demonstrate use of youth, community and criminal justice theories and methods informed by a critically reflective approach to practice.|
|Practicum||Students are expected to complete the WIL related components satisfactorily.||Pass/Fail|
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