20 credits at level HE6
Explore the value of multi agency working and its impact on frontline services.
Analyse current national and local policy regarding multi agency working and how this links with contemporary practise.
Establish how workforce planning and delivery structures may be affected by multi agency working and explore the issues faced by a multi agency culture.
Investigate and manage change within different organisational cultures.
Multi agency; multi disciplinary; inter agency working and their distinct differences.
Where youth & community work sits within the framework of multi agency working.
Organisational planning and delivery structures for multi agency working.
Managing change within different orgnisational cultures.
Delivery will be through lectures, demonstrations and workshops. Guest speakers will address the students on their areas of expertise. Students will also have the support of a personal tutor. Students will be required to present a detailed report containing an analysis of how multi agency working impacts on frontline delivery and how multi agency working links with national and local policy directives.
when you have successfully completed this module you will:
to demonstrate that you have achieved the learning outcome you will:
|1.||Analyse multi agency practises within own organisation and evaluate how service delivery is affected by this process||Prepare a report outlining how own organisation and service delivery has been affected by multi agency practises|
|2.||Critically analyse local and national multi agency policy and how this impacts on service delivery||Detail how local and national policy requirements for multi agency working impact on service delivery|
|3.||Analyse the planning and delivery structures present in multi agency working||Analyse the structures involved in the planning and delivery of successful multi agency working using theoretical perspectives|
|4.||Investigate change management and leadership||Use theoretical perspectives to critically appraise the need for effective leadership and the management of change|
Your achievement of the learning outcomes for this module will be tested as follows:
There are no prerequisites for this module.
No restrictions apply.
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Thompson, N. (2007) Power and Empowerment. Dorset: Russell House Publishing
|Host Subject Group:||Health, Social and Community Studies|
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