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LST02VK23DIAK Systemic and relationship-based child protection work (5 cr)

Code: LST0205A21S-3002

General information


Enrollment

19.09.2022 - 09.10.2022

Timing

06.03.2023 - 31.03.2023

Number of ECTS credits allocated

5 op

Virtual portion

5 op

Mode of delivery

Distance learning

Campus

Diak joint implementation

Teaching languages

  • Finnish

Seats

0 - 100

Degree programmes

  • BA of Social Services

Teachers

  • Mari Kirkanen
  • Tarja Isomäki

Groups

  • Diak
  • E51sos
    E51sos
  • A51sos
    A51sos
  • 06.03.2023 09:00 - 12:45, LST02 Orientaatio ja luento
  • 10.03.2023 11:30 - 15:00, LST02 / Luento 2
  • 13.03.2023 09:00 - 12:00, LST02 / Luento 3
  • 16.03.2023 09:00 - 12:00, LST02 / Luento 4
  • 20.03.2023 09:00 - 12:00, LST02 / Luento 5
  • 31.03.2023 08:00 - 09:00, LST 2 / oppimistehtävän palautus viimeistään 10.4

Objective

Students will be able to
• understand the starting points of systemic, planned and relationship-based approaches
and their role in child protection work
• support a child’s wellbeing, sense of security, agency and positive self-image through a
relationship-based approach
• establish confidential and dialogic relationships and understand the role of family-
therapeutic approaches in child protection
• work in a child-centred and multi-agency way in intensive family support and
rehabilitation

Content

• systemic thinking and the relationship-based approach in child protection
• dialogic, strengths-focused and narrative-based approaches
• well-being supportive, child-centred approaches
• a staged model of family support
• contents of multi-agency family support in family interventions and rehabilitation in child
protection
• approaches and methods of relationship-based work

Qualifications

Diak degree students: Completion of the thematic modules Assistance and the Service System (1 semester) and Inclusion and Guidance (2 semester), or equivalent accredited prior learning. The Family Work and Welfare (5 ECTS) course must be completed or accredited as prior learning.
Open UAS students: The course is available in Open UAS. Students are expected to be familiar with social work and the service systems of family support and child welfare, and the basics of customer case work. The course requires the ability to produce written and oral outputs.

Evaluation scale

0-5