Credit Weight: 1.0 Corequisite(s): Social Work 4300 Description: This course provides students with the opportunity to understand and learn about the professional use of self. One’s values, attitudes and beliefs as well as an understanding, appreciation and respect for cultural diversity will be emphasized. Particular attention is devoted to the application of relationship and communication theories and how critical these theories are to social work practice particularly in a northern context. A laboratory approach is used whereby students learn through self-examination exercises and participation in role playing. Offering: 3-0; 3-0 Notes: This course is restricted to students admitted into the one-year Social Work program.  Students who have previous credit in Social Work 3407 may not take Social Work 4407 for credit.

Social Work 4407 Foundation Skills in Social Work Practice

Credit Weight: 1.0 Corequisite(s): Social Work 4300 Description: This course provides students with the opportunity to understand and learn about the professional use of self. One’s values, attitudes and beliefs as well as an understanding, appreciation and respect for cultural diversity will be emphasized. Particular attention is devoted to the application of relationship and communication theories and how critical these theories are to social work practice particularly in a northern context. A laboratory approach is used whereby students learn through self-examination exercises and participation in role playing. Offering: 3-0; 3-0 Notes: This course is restricted to students admitted into the one-year Social Work program.  Students who have previous credit in Social Work 3407 may not take Social Work 4407 for credit.




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