HSW235 - Community Development: Social Work Theory and Practice D
2023 unit information
Trimester 1: Waterfront (Geelong), Online, CBD*
Students will on average spend 150 hours over the teaching period undertaking the teaching, learning and assessment activities for this unit.
|Scheduled learning activities - campus||
1 X 2 hour class per week supported by weekly online independent and collaborative learning activities.
|Scheduled learning activities - cloud (online)||
Online independent and collaborative learning activities will support learning across the trimester.
NIKERI-CBD students only: Online independent and collaborative learning activities including online workshops.
|In-person attendance requirements||
NIKERI-CBD students only: there are compulsory intensives for all students at the National Indigenous Knowledges, Education, Research and Innovation (NIKERI) Institute, Geelong Waurn Ponds Campus. These intensives are arranged by year-level.
Please contact the NIKERI Social Work Course Team for more information on 1800 063 383.
*CBD refers to the National Indigenous Knowledges, Education, Research and Innovation (NIKERI) Institute; Community Based Delivery
A part of the pedagogy in this unit requires students to participate with CloudDeakin entries (at least one a week).
Community development is an important field and method of social work practice. This unit aims to equip students with the theoretical knowledge and practical skills to integrate community development into their social work roles. This practice field plays a significant role in government, non-government, volunteer and in for-profit social service organisations. Community development is used within all levels of government (local, state and commonwealth) and across many departments (youth, health, communities, ageing, housing, disabilities, multicultural, indigenous). Community development is a form of practice, a broad philosophical and political approach which focuses on collective efforts to improve community wellbeing, and is based on a critical understanding of inequality in our socio-political structures.
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