Leader: Dr Karen Crinall
Gippsland Second semester 2006 (OCL)
Synopsis: This unit recognises the organisational context of all social and community welfare practice and explores the ways this context can effect practice interventions. The unit aims to prepare students for the increasing number and range of management functions embodied in many welfare positions today, with an emphasis on project planning and resourcing.
Objectives: 1. To further develop the organisational knowledge and skills of welfare practitioners. 2. To develop particular skills in supervision and management. 3. To gain knowledge and skills in program planning, development and evaluation. 4. To develop skills in acquiring resources for a human service organisation.
Assessment: Examination (2 hours): 40% + Workbook assignment (2500 words): 60%
Prerequisites: All first-year level units for Diploma of Social and Community Welfare.
Prohibitions: GSC2307, GSC3307, SCW3307