Unit title & Code :- ASS118-6 Professionalism Law and Ethical Practice
Assignment number and title :- Assessment 2:
Assignment type :- 2,500 word (-/+ 10%) essay
Weighting of assignment :- 60%
Size or length of assessment :- N/A
Unit learning outcomes :-
1. Demonstrate the following knowledge and under standing
Evidence a deep and systematic under standing of the legal and ethical principles relevant to the social work profession.
2. Demonstrate the following skills and abilities
Apply this understanding to critical and reflective analysis of the practice of social work in complex situations where power and authority need to be considered in relation to the rights and responsibilities of vulnerable groups
ASS118-6 Professionalism Law and Ethical Practice Assignment-UK.
What am I required to do in this assignment?
You will complete a 2,500 (-/+ 10%) word essay drawing on a given or negotiated case scenario and identifying and critically applying relevant legal and ethical principles to inform professional engagement and intervention.
What do I need to do to pass?
In order to pass this unit’s assessment, you will need to:
Consider and analyse the legal principles that underpin social work and social welfare law and evidence your under standing by selecting appropriate responses from a range of possible options.
Make reference to social science theories and knowledge relevant to a range of social issues and demonstrate a critical approach to applying these to practice scenarios.
Formulate sound plans and solutions for intervention whilst evidencing an appreciation of the ethical dilemmas and contradictions faced by practitioners.
How do I produce high quality work that merits a good grade?
This will be clarified and discussed in class, in a scheduled session in the early part of the unit.
How does this assignment relate to what we are doing in scheduled sessions?
You will work with other students to discuss and critically analyse relevant legislation and case law and apply this knowledge to case scenarios and vignettes. Legal principles ethical dilemmas and contradictions will be explored in relation to ethical and legal frame works and key social work knowledge and skills to inform professional engagement and inter vention will be identified and critically explored.