60% Face-to-face, 40% Distance learning
The relevant course materials are provided during the course. The main book source: Crawford, Karin. Social Work and Human Development / Karin Crawford and Janet Walker. Exeter: Learning Matters, 2014 (see the latest edition).
In this course, the student will focus on values and ethical principles in the social care sector, learn the basic characteristics connected to a human being's growth and development and understand customer relationships in the social care sector and different life situations.
The key components of the course are:
1.Developmental Psychology 2 ECTS
2.Ethics in Social Services 1 ECTS
3.Social Work Clients/Customers and Social Work Environments 2ECTS
Course assignments: An individual work on ethics and life course interview
The course is conducted in co-operation with exchange student courses. Daytime studies at Tikkurila campus.
In this study unit the assessing of the competences will be done by using the criteria set for requirement level I.
PROFESSIONAL KNOWLEDGE BASIS, INFORMATION SEARCHING AND REPORTING
To achieve grade 5 student must be able to
- use professional concepts extensively
- compare and choose
- relevant information
- report and communicate in a professional manner
To achieve grade 3 student must be able to
- use professional concepts in a consistent manner when explaining various work practices and situations
- gather information and use his/her knowledge basis
- report in the agreed manner
To achieve grade 1 (or pass) student must be able to
- use essential professional concepts when explaining various work practices and situations
- search for information in different sources
02.09.2019 - 13.10.2019
13.05.2019 - 26.05.2019
20 - 40
Laurea university of applied sciences
SWV2 Degree Programme in Social Services, Laurea Tikkurila
Different working life and project related topics will be presented at the beginning of the course.
Please, see Pakki for the course schedule.
The study unit is suitable for exchange student (only limited intake).
One credit equals approximately 26.7 hours of work performed by the student.