Field and domain of practice

Order Description
Chenoweth and McAuliffe (2015)* talk about ‘domain” rel=”nofollow”>ins’ and ‘fields of practice’. The table below lists these:

Domain” rel=”nofollow”>ins of Practice:
• Workin” rel=”nofollow”>ing with in” rel=”nofollow”>individuals
• Group work
• Social policy
• Workin” rel=”nofollow”>ing with families and partnerships
• Community work
• Research and evaluation
• Education and train” rel=”nofollow”>inin” rel=”nofollow”>ing

Field of practice:
• Health
• Mental health
• Child protection and juvenile justice
• The disability field
• Workin” rel=”nofollow”>ing with older adults
• Rural and remote practice
• Income security and employment services
• Substance misuse
• Youth work
• Environmental and disaster work

From the table/list above pick one field of practice and the correspondent domain” rel=”nofollow”>ins (Example: field of practice ‘Rural and Remote Practice’, domain” rel=”nofollow”>in in” rel=”nofollow”>in community work, group work etc.) and

1. Identifies a human service organisation that employs workers from humanitarian and community work disciplin” rel=”nofollow”>ine and the selected field and domain” rel=”nofollow”>in of practice;

2. Discusses the role of the human service professional and the knowledge and skills required in” rel=”nofollow”>in the context of the chosen field of practice;
3. Identifies the knowledge, values and skills that support workin” rel=”nofollow”>ing with culturally diverse clientele;

4. Highlights some of the potential ethical dilemmas in” rel=”nofollow”>in workin” rel=”nofollow”>ing with culturally diverse clients;

5. Applies the professional code of ethics in” rel=”nofollow”>in practice; (ACWA code of ethics)

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