FSIN714 – Te Whakaruruhau /Care and Protection
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Te Whakaruruhau /Care and Protection
This module outlines a child care and protection framework for practitioners to develop, articulate and apply in an interdisciplinary context
- Directed hours
- Self directed hours
- Total learning hours
- Learning Outcomes
- 1.Critically examine the impacts of care and protection issues and practice on self.
2.Evaluate the social work and counselling role in child protection.
3.Critically analyse care and protection theory and practice frameworks, including legislation and interdisciplinary approaches.
4.Critically examine child protection social work and counselling in the context of Te Tiriti o Waitangi / the Treaty of Waitangi and bicultural practice principles for child protection social work and counselling.
5.Critically analyse and discuss social issues that compromise child wellbeing and concepts of child abuse from a local and global perspective, including the risks faced by children in the care of the state.
6.Critically analyse the concept of risk and its application to child protection social work and counselling.
- -Global view of Care and Protection
-Policy at agency level
-Policy at national level
-Care and Protection Practice frameworks
-Types of abuse
-Types of risk
-Signs of safety
-Signs of abuse
-Practice skills & models
-Conversation skills with children/family
-Intervention types and models
-Self-care for professionals in the field Supervision
- Teaching and Learning Strategy
- Te Tu Whakaako/Teaching Learning Methods
-Inquiry based activities
- Learning and Teaching Resource
- Required Text:
An extended reading list will be supplied by the lecturer at commencement of the module. This will be updated annually.
- Assessment Criteria
- Assessment in this module is mixed mode. The application and assessment of transferable skills are integrated into the assessment tasks. To pass this module all assessments must be submitted and an overall pass mark of 50 is required. Students must also meet all the requirements of the competency based assessment tasks to be eligible for a final grade for this module. The final grade will be based on the marks from the achievement based tasks.