This course focuses on the organization and interaction of services towards children, adolescents and adults, and imparts knowledge of how law and policies regulate the social welfare services. The students will acquire advanced knowledge of conditions which can promote co-operation between different social welfare services and the competence of different professions.
Health - and social welfare policies in the field; international conventions, laws and regulations, national reports, strategic plans and guidelines.
Organization of services at community -, regional - and national level
Communication, conflict resolution and mediation traditions
Seminars have a dialogical approach which requires active student participation. Seminars are compulsory and 80 % certified attendance is required.
Estimated student workload is approximately 270 hours.
Attendance requirements must be met in the compulsory parts of the course.
Approved work requirement.
Please refer to the course brochure for details.
Faculty of Health and Sport Sciences