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LO1. Apply critically principles of human rights and social justice to the safeguarding of children and adults

Learning Outcomes: Knowledge and Understanding

On successful completion of this module, students will be able to:
LO1. Apply critically principles of human rights and social justice to the safeguarding of  children and adults 
LO2. Examine social work practice approaches within in a context of need and risk and a framework of anti-oppressive practice.  
LO3.  Engage critically with legislation, policy and practice guidance relating to harm and the safeguarding of children and adults. 
LO4. Analyse and demonstrate understanding of effective social work and multi-agency interventions in work with children and adults in the context of both need and risk and from a rights perspective

Knowledge and Skills Statements in Social Work(KSS)

The Knowledge and Skills Statement for Social Workers in Adult Services (DoH, 2015) sets out what a social worker working with adults should know and be able to do by the end of their Assessed and Supported Year in Employment (ASYE). The Learning Outcomes (LOs) for this module are aligned to and support the development of the knowledge and skills identified in the KSS for Adults:

LO1:. Apply critically principles of human rights and social justice to the safeguarding of  children and adults 

  • The role of social workers working with adults
  • Person-centred practice
  • Safeguarding
  • Effective assessments and outcome based support planning
  • Direct work with individuals and families
  • Supervision, critical reflection and analysis
  • Organisational context
  • Professional ethics and leadership

 

LO2: Examine social work practice approaches within in a context of need and risk and a framework of anti-oppressive practice.  

  • The role of social workers working with adults
  • Safeguarding
  • Effective assessments and outcome based support planning
  • Direct work with individuals and families
  • Organisational context

LO3: Engage critically with legislation, policy and practice guidance relating to harm and the safeguarding of children and adults

  • The role of social workers working with adults
  • Effective assessments and outcome based support planning
  • Direct work with individuals and families
  • Supervision, critical reflection and analysis
  • Organisational context
  • Professional ethics and leadership

LO4: Analyse and demonstrate understanding of effective social work and multi-agency interventions in work with children and adults in the context of both need and risk and from a rights perspective

 

 

  • The role of social workers working with adults
  • Person-centred practice
  • Safeguarding
  • Mental capacity
  • Effective assessments and outcome based support planning
  • Direct work with individuals and families
  • Supervision, critical reflection and analysis
  • Professional ethics and leadership


The Knowledge and Skills Statement for child and family social work (DoH, 2015) sets out what a social worker working with children and families should know and be able to do by the end of their Assessed and Supported Year in Employment (ASYE). The Learning Outcomes (LOs) for this module are aligned to and support the development of the knowledge and skills identified in the KSS for child and family social work:

 

LO1:  Apply critically principles of human rights and social justice to the safeguarding of  children and adults 

 

  • Relationships and effective direct work
  • Communication
  • Abuse and neglect of children
  • Child and family assessment
  • Analysis, decision-making, planning and review
  • The role of supervision
  • Organisational context

 

LO2: Examine social work practice approaches within in a context of need and risk and a framework of anti-oppressive practice.  

  • Relationships and effective direct work
  • Communication
  • Abuse and neglect of children
  • Child and family assessment
  • Analysis, decision-making, planning and review
  • The law and the family and youth justice systems
  • The role of supervision
  • Organisational context

 

LO3: Engage critically with legislation, policy and practice guidance relating to harm and the safeguarding of children and adults

  • Relationships and effective direct work
  • Communication
  • Child and family assessment
  • Analysis, decision-making, planning and review
  • The role of supervision
  • Organisational context

 

LO4: Analyse and demonstrate understanding of effective social work and multi-agency interventions in work with children and adults in the context of both need and risk and from a rights perspective

 

 

  • Relationships and effective direct work
  • Communication
  • Abuse and neglect of children
  • Child and family assessment
  • The role of supervision

 


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