The item of assessment directly aligned to and linked with your module learning outcomes which are as follows:
Module Learning Outcomes
On successful completion of the module, with guidance students will be able to:
Subject-Specific Knowledge, Understanding & Application
a. Select and explain key concepts which are complex, coherent and detailed and informed by academic learning and professional Social Work practice
b. Identify and respond to inter-relationships between topics and explain/interpret them in relation to complex contexts particularly in relation to professional identity, multi-agency work and effective practice
c. Apply aspects of Social Work practice to different contexts with due regard to the HCPC Standars of Proficiency and BASW Professional Capability Framework
Employability & Changemaker Skills
d. Adopt an evidence based approach to self-development and explore multiple education and professional development opportunities that value self and others
e. Identify and solve complex/concrete and abstract problems and devise a range of creative solutions that justify a chosen course of action drawing from relevant professional standards and good practice
This item of assessment has four components. The total word count is 3000 words
- Based on your placement: Explain a piece of work /or intervention that you completed (in brief) and detail a cycle of reflection that used after or during the event.
- Critically analyse the relevance of Reflective Practice and Professional Supervision to Social Work Practice.
- Resilience is central to Social Work: It is the ability to successfully cope with adversity and stress. Thinking back to your placement experience offer an analysis of why resilience was important.
- You are now completing the final stage of your studies. Use this final word count to reflect on your academic journey. In depth I would like you to explain how you have changed as a person and then what changes might you expect to see in yourself in the next year. In particular I would like to know how this degree has shaped your professional identity and how it has prepared you for working towards the Knowledge and Skills Statements.