SSW457 - Field Practicum III

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Subject Title
Field Practicum III

Subject Description
Field placement is a laboratory for students in the placement setting. The student learns the philosophy, function, procedures, strengths and limitations of a social service agency. In addition, she/he learns to become part of a service team, and learns to meet the needs of people serviced by the agency.

Credit Status
One credit in the Social Service Work/Social Service Work Gerontology Program.

Learning Outcomes
Upon successful completion of this subject the student will be able to:

1. Integrate the academic content with field practice at an
advanced level.
2. Develop and practice skills in the helping process.
3. Demonstrate the ability to utilize supervision
4. Demonstrate awareness of the social service network

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