Initial Professional Capabilities Framework

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[pic] BSc (Hons) Social Work Semester 2, 2012-13 SW1208: Developing Initial Professional Competence Module tutor: Jackie Chrystal Jackie.chrystal@winchester.ac.uk St. Grimbald’s Court, Room 108 Tel: 01962 827285 Wednesdays 09:00 - 12:00 Dates: January 16th, 23rd, 30th February 6th, 13th, 20th, 27th March 6th; 13th; 20th; 27th April 3rd Venue: Medecroft Annex Lecture Room Professional Competence is fundamental to effective social work practice. The Professional Capabilities Framework sets out the expectation that by the end of Level 4, the point of assessment of readiness for direct practice (prior to first placement), students should demonstrate basic communication skills, ability to engage with…show more content…
It is important for students who do not have additional needs to respect those who do. For example, Dictaphones may be used with prior permission. If you observe the use of these, it will have been agreed as part of a support package. If you have any queries or concerns please let the Module Leader know. Statement on Plagiarism and Use of Turnitin The university has a robust policy relating to plagiarism. This seeks to both facilitate students to better understand what plagiarism is and to deter students from resorting to its use. You are urged to familiarize yourself with the following documents: • A Student’s Guide to Plagiarism, Collusion and Poor Academic Practice, March 2006 (available on the University website and contained in the Undergraduate Students Handbook) • Academic Misconduct Policy for Taught Programmes, June 2010 (available on The University website) • Academic Regulations for Undergraduate Programmes of Study, September 2009 (available on the University website and contained in the Undergraduate Student…show more content…
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