This course asks you to understand and reflect on various sources of complexity in social work practice, and the implications these have for critically reflective and context responsive social work practice. The course will build on, extend and apply previous attention in the program to social work theory and practice processes, social work ethics, and the legal and organisational dimensions of practice. You will be required to investigate, critically reflect on, and articulate practice responses to complex practice scenarios. The emphasis of this course will be on further developing your understandings and generic skills as a social work practitioner around practice in diverse and complex contexts.
- SWK201 or SWK301 or SWK300 and enrolled in Program AR303, AR362, AR363 or AR372
- Semester of offer Subject to change
- Sunshine Coast: Semester 1
- Student contribution band
- Band 1
- Tuition fee
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