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HU. 56 SOCIAL WORK INTERNSHIP


Social Work Internship is compulsory for Social Work and cannot be taken as an independent subject.


Social Work Internship 1

INT1001

NQF level: 6

NQF credits: 32

Title:

Personal Growth and Professional Development



Purpose:

The purpose of this module is for students to develop a stronger sense of personal and professional self.



Outcomes:

Upon completion of this module learners should be able to:



  • Express themselves (their thoughts, feelings and experiences) in writing and in speaking.

  • Know themselves and be aware of themselves, their strengths and vulnerabilities.

  • Locate their own life narrative within the broader social issues of poverty, loss and gender.

  • Demonstrate insight into how the Self, including their life narrative, might impact on their helping relationships.

  • Function effectively and accountably within a social work agency.

  • Embody social work values and ethics in social work practice and student supervision, with a view to deepening their compassion for those living with poverty.

Calculation criteria:

Full Period Mark Weight – 100%




Social Work Internship 2

INT2002

NQF level: 7

NQF credits: 32

Title:

Micro (Individual and Family) and Meso (Group) Social Work Practice



Purpose:

The purpose of this module is for students to develop a beginning competence in working directly with individuals and groups.



Outcomes:

Upon completion of this module learners should be able to:



  • Demonstrate skills in establishing empathic relationships with individuals and groups.

  • Demonstrate a beginning competence in professional social work practice through the six phases of the planned-change process.

  • Function effectively and accountably within a social work agency.

  • Demonstrate willingness and beginning capability to critically self-reflect and begin embedding a critically self-reflective process in human service endeavours.

  • Demonstrate a beginning ability to integrate learning from different sources (such as own experiences, theory, class room activities, field work and supervision) into a developing professional-self.

  • Embody social work values and ethics in social work practice and student supervision.

Calculation criteria:

Full Period Mark Weight – 100%




Social Work Internship 3

INT3003

NQF level: 7

NQF credits: 32

Title:

Micro (Individual and Family) and Macro (Community, with Action Group) Social Work Practice



Purpose:

The purpose of this module is to develop intermediate competence in working directly with individuals and groups. In addition, students will develop a conscious ability to enter a community, and dialogue with, dream about and co-create life-giving opportunities with community members.



Outcomes:

Upon completion of this module learners should be able to:



  • Demonstrate skills in creating and deepening working alliances with communities, groups and individuals.

  • Demonstrate intermediate competence in professional social work practice through the six phases of the planned-change process.

  • Function effectively and accountably within a social work agency.

  • Demonstrate intermediate competence in critical self-reflection and continue weaving a critically self-reflective process in human service endeavours.

  • Demonstrate an intermediate ability to integrate learning from different sources (such as own experiences, theory, classroom activities, field work and supervision) into a developing professional-self.

  • Embody social work values and ethics in social work practice and student supervision, with a view to deepening their compassion for those living with poverty.

Calculation criteria:

Full Period Mark Weight – 100%




Social Work Internship 4

INT4004

NQF level: 8

NQF credits: 32

Title:

Integrated Professional Social Work Practice



Notes:

  • This is a year module, but compulsory assessments are conducted in May and October.

  • Students are required to attend a compulsory 3 day orientation programme, usually held in the last week of January.

  • Students are encouraged to secure their service learning agencies and contracts by mid-January, prior to the orientation programme.

  • A student shall not be allowed into the INT4004 programme if he/she has not successfully completed INT3003.

  • All students are to attend prescribed Internship Classes at the University.

  • If any student wilfully discontinues or is prematurely discontinued from any service learning contract, he/she will be required to repeat INT4004 the following year.

Purpose:

To apply the generalist practice model at the micro-, meso and macro levels. To complete a minimum of 512 hours (3 full days per week as designated by the university) of field practice learning within a service learning environment and/or at a recognised social work agency setting, and simultaneously demonstrating his/her acquired social work skills, knowledge, values and principles.



Outcomes:

Upon completion of this module learners should be able to:



  • Develop and maintain professional social work relationships with client systems.

  • Assess client systems’ social functioning.

  • plan and implement appropriate social work intervention strategies and techniques at micro, meso and macro levels.

  • Produce and maintain records of social work interventions, processes and outcomes.

  • Appraise and implement the ethical principles and values of social work within a context of human diversity.

  • Work effectively with social workers and members of inter-sectoral and multi and/or interdisciplinary teams in social service delivery.

  • Demonstrate the ability to use supervision constructively in role as a learner.

  • Evaluate the outcomes of social work interventions and processes.

Calculation criteria:

Full Period Mark Weight – 100%




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