POWER OF RELATIONSHIPS, ENGAGING OTHERS
Credit points: 15
In this subject students will explore, in theory and practice, various factors and processes that impact on the quality and depth of their engagement with individuals and groups across the range of contexts in child protection leadership. This subject will emphasise awareness of self and the development of self-capacities as they relate to building working relationships. The other focus of the subject is to develop awareness and skills in shaping the engagement environment so that relationships are developed which are characterised by safety, respect, inclusiveness and empowerment as this contributes to better outcomes for children.
SchoolSchool of Allied Health
Subject Co-ordinatorRobyn Elliott
Available to Study Abroad StudentsNo
Subject year levelYear Level 5 - Masters
|Resource Type||Title||Resource Requirement||Author and Year||Publisher|
|Readings||Collaboration, integration and change in children's services: Critical issues and key ingredients, Child Abuse and Neglect, Vol 31, pp 55-69||Recommended||Horwath, J & Morrison, T||AGPS, CANBERRA 2007|
|Readings||Partnership and collaboration: Rhetoric and reality, Child Abuse and Neglect, Vol 20 No 2, pp 127-140||Recommended||Morrison, T||1996|
|Readings||Reflective practice in contemporary child-care social work: The role of containment, British Journal of Social Work, Vol 37, pp 659-680||Recommended||Ruch, G||BRITISH ASSOCIATION OF SOCIAL WORKERS, LONDON 2007|
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Other Site, 2017, Semester 1, Off Campus
Maximum enrolment sizeN/A
Subject Instance Co-ordinatorRobyn Elliott
One 6.0 days block mode per study period and delivered via face-to-face.
"Teaching to be delivered over three 2-day blocks (six days in total)."
|One 3,000-word essay||75|
|One Group presentation equivalent to One 1,000-words (10 minutes per member)||25|