Course Description

Utilize a peer supervision model to engage in a seminar to support the application of theoretical knowledge and skills in Field Placement 2.  Develop and monitor indirect and direct service learning goals.  Reflect on use of self in relation to work with clients, groups and communities, and analyze learning activities utilizing theoretical knowledge.

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Field Placement and Seminar 1 (WORK10005) OR Field Placement 1(P-T) (WORKSOA21) AND Field Placement 2(P-T) (WORKSOB21) OR Integrative Seminar 1 (WORK10120) AND Field Placement 1 (WORK10121)


Field Placement and Seminar 2 (WORK10006) OR Field Placement 3 (P-T) (WORKSOC21) AND Field Placement 4(P-T) (WORKSOD21) OR Seminar C (WORK10599) AND Seminar D (WORK10600)

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