In order to be accountable to society, any profession must maintain clear standards against which acceptable practice can be measured. "Competences" are the widely accepted form of measurement for the social work profession, and the subject of this module.
About Social Care Competence
Among the range of topics this encompasses are principles of learning, assessment, understanding the competence-based approach to professional practice, continuing professional development, supervisory process and methods, and the complexities of self-evaluation and agency evaluation.
At every stage in each unit examples are given of the application in practice of the theories, methods and issues under discussion and activities are provided to enable learners to explore in relation to their own experience what may be unfamiliar ideas and concepts.
Social Care Competence In Practice Diploma issued by Stonebridge Associated Colleges, to view a sample of the college’s award, please click here.
Teaching and learning in practice: process and outcome
Organising the learning experience
Integrating knowledge, skills and values in practice
Competence in practice - definitions and debates
The process of supervision
Evaluation of practice
For a more detailed syllabus on this course, click here
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