K216 Intro Workshop

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K216
Applied Social
Work Practice
Debbie Winter– Module Tutor
Alan Howe– Programme Tutor
K216 Introductory Workshop
• Objectives Students to be familiar with:
–
the structure of the OU SW degree
–
how learning will be assessed
–
roles and responsibilities
–
own role and responsibilities
–
contribution workshops make to own learning
presentation outline
K216 - course
overview
key roles
practice learning
opportunities
K216 academic
course materials
overview
components of good practice
national
incorporates:
knowledge
skills
values &
ethics
the social
work process
The Social Work Process
• Assessment, information gathering with service
user/stakeholders
• Analysis, prioritising with service
user/stakeholders
• Planning with service user/stakeholders
• Implementation with service user/stakeholders
• Monitoring with service user/stakeholders
• Evaluation with service user/stakeholders
England
Key
Practice learning course
Level 1
K101
K113/KYJ113
Level 2
K216
K270
Level 3
K315
Option course
6
Social Work Degree Programme
• Aim of K216 to build on K101 and K113, making
students aware of the knowledge and practice
requirements of social work
• Students apply their learning over a period of
100 days in a practice placement
• Students demonstrate and provide evidence that
they can perform 6 Key Roles of NOS
• In addition, provide evidence that they can work
within the value and ethical base required by the
GSCC Code of Practice for Social Work
NOS – Key roles for practice
national occupational standards
1. preparation for
assessment of need
2. plan, intervene, review
and evaluate practice
3. support, representation
and advocacy
4. assess and manage risk
5. manage and be
accountable
6. develop professional
knowledge, values and
competence
practice learning opportunity
100 days
assessment based on
national occupational
standards.
includes series of
practice workshops
linking practice and
academic - working
with other OU K216
students
the practice team
1. student
2. workplace supervisor
3. practice assessor
4. programme tutor
Roles and Responsibilities
• Student
– is responsible for their own learning, acting
ethically and for ensuring that they are familiar with
and applying the National Occupational Standards
to their learning.
– they are guided and supported in this by the
module tutor and the practice learning team
Roles and Responsibilities
• Workplace Supervisor
– located in same office or nearby to student’s
practice
– take responsibility for day to day direction and
supervision
–
aware of NOS
–
contribute to PA’s report
Roles and Responsibilities
• Practice Assessor
–
managing quality of PL opportunity
–
educating the student
–
supporting, emotionally and intellectually
–
assessing student’s ability to practice
Roles and Responsibilities
• Programme Tutor
– is responsible for ensuring that the requirements
of the OU degree programme are met within the
practice learning opportunity and that it provides
the student with sufficient opportunity to meet the
National Occupations Standards
Practice Learning Opportunities
• The PLO must meet the Department of Health
requirements for social work training i.e. it must
provide sufficient opportunity for the student to
demonstrate that they have met the National
Occupational Standards for Social Work.
•
All students must have experience of social work
tasks which involve legal interventions but these
can be met in a range of organisations, not just
statutory ones. A ‘statutory’ task is one which a
social worker must or has the power to do as a
result of legislation.
PLO continued
• The two 100 day PLOs must contrast with each
other, i.e. must be with a substantially different
service user group. 1 of the PLOs must be in a
different setting from the one in which the
student is usually employed.
• Minimum of one and a half hour’s individual
supervision with their PA or WS every week
• At least 4 Direct Observations (2 before mid point
review) and 3 of these must be completed by the
PA. At least 3 Direct Observations to have
service user/carer present and their feedback
included.
Records of Practice section 4.2 PL
Guide
• Minimum of 6 needed 1 must be on values
• 4 of these are included in Practice Assessor’s
report to panel
• 2 needed by mid point review
• Provide evidence of meeting NOS and values
• Maximum 1000 word
• Should include academic references
• Must be anonymised
proformas in practice
1. assessed practice
information (SWD3)
2. practice learning agreement
(SWD4)
3. mid-point review
(SWD11)
4. end of practice learning
review (SWD14)
5. practice assessor’s report
(SWD5)
6.
Source - K216 website, Resources,
Practice Management, Practice
Assessment Forms
Source of Forms
K216 content
academic
Block 1 – working with
needs and risks
Block 2 – working with
groups and networks
Block 3 – working with
communities and
diversity
1.
2.
3.
4.
needs and risks of harm
responses to crisis needs
developmental needs
working with the family as a group
5.
6.
7.
8.
working with groups – issues
groups – skills and strategies
engaging support networks
working collaboratively
9.
10.
11.
12.
working with cultural difference
communities in need
supporting people in the community
the community in care settings
K216 content
academic
Block 1 – working with
needs and risks
Study units:
•
needs and risks of harm
•
responses to crisis needs
•
developmental needs
•
working with the family as a group
K216 content
academic
Block 2 – working with
groups and networks
Study units:
•
working with groups – issues
•
groups – skills and strategies
•
engaging support networks
•
working collaboratively
K216 content
academic
Block 3 – working with
communities and
diversity
Study units:
•
working with cultural difference
•
communities in need
•
supporting people in the community
•
the community in care settings
K216 course materials
K216 course website
Xx xx
includes:
Tutor Home
student’s course record
TMA scores
course materials (electronic)
links to on-line forums
on-line forums
For students
regional forums
tutor group forums
For tutors
associate lecturer forums
workshop planning forum
programme tutor forums
assessment of the student
3 tutor marked
assignments (TMAs)
submitted
electronically
end of course
assignment (ECA)
records of practice
iCMAs (ICT skills)
child development
example of multimedia content
working with groups
example of multimedia content
working with UASC – support worker
example of multimedia content
working with UASC – social worker
example of multimedia content
the community in care settings
example of multimedia content
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