SOWK14003 Field Education and Fieldwork II

Course Description

Linking as it does with Social Work Theory and Practice IV, this course of practice is the final course in the program. Participants commencing this course of field education will be required to describe and justify their own practice frameworks based on the unification of personal experiences, philosophies of social work, theories, skills and values. This process will involve the identification of both immediate learning goals to meet the placement situation, and create a foundation for the on-going pursuit of learning and knowledge. In this context, critical thinking and research will form key aspects of this placement. The emphasis on working in community is critically examined. Awareness of the profession and the professional in both the present and the future will ensure that at the completion of this course students will meet the AASW requirements for beginning practitioners.

Course at a glance

Faculty: Faculty of Arts, Health and Sciences
Career: Undergraduate
Credit points: 18
Requisites: Corequisite: SOWK19019
HECS Banding: 1
EFTSL 0.375

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