I‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‌‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‍‍‌‍‍ am wishing to place an order which will need to be complet

I‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‌‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‍‍‌‍‍ am wishing to place an order which will need to be completed by a specialised writer with knowledge of the British Probation Service, the policies and the knowledge of IT system that are used within the National Probation Service. On the Sheffield Hallam University website there is a section called ‘BLACKBOARD’ – This contains the module reading list, course information, and recorded live lectures. This unit consists of one presentation and one 1000 word written commentary/essay supporting the presentation. I will have to record my voice over the presentation for when I submit the assignment, I will therefore also require the writer to provide me with a written statement to read out for each slide for when I am recording my voice. The Presentation should last ten minutes. The deadline is 22/12/21 so not much time at all!! If you feel as though you will not be able to get a writer to fulfil this order in time please let me know ASAP and I may be able to ask for an extension. THANKS MODULE DESCRIPTOR TITLE FRAMEWORKS FOR OFFENDER MANAGEMENT MODULE CODE 77-605326 LEVEL 6 CREDITS 20 COLLEGE/FACULTY Social Sciences And Arts DEPARTMENT Law and Criminology SUBJECT GROUP PROBATION COLLABORATIVE PARTNER / LOCATION (If applicable) MODULE LEARNING OUTCOMES • understand the framework of structured intervention operating within the probation and prison services and the matching of offenders to appropriate interventions • explain and identify appropriate theoretical models and concepts for assessment and intervention and their appropriate application to offender management • summarise the essential functions of a Probation Service Officer (PSO) and justify decisions made within practice in response to complex situations • identify problems within professional practice and apply problem solving approaches to their resolution and evaluation • make use of a range of communication skills and strategies to enable understanding and engagement with both offenders and other professionals within the criminal justice system • apply principles of promoting equality, valuing diversity and anti discriminatory practice in offender management MODULE SUMMARY (includes indicative content) Within the Principles for Effective Practice strand of the programme, this module aims to enable students to develop understanding of the principles and practice relating to offender management, both within a single agency probation context and within multi-agency partnership arrangements. LEARNING, TEACHING‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‌‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‍‍‌‍‍ AND ASSESSMENT SUMMARY ·The overall approach to supporting learning will comprise enquiry based learning. This will provide students with the opportunity to develop skills in identifying and solving professional practice problems through theoretically and empirically justified decision making · The learning activities will be utilised within a blended learning approach (. students have access to learning materials and activities through Blackboard and the face-to-face ?classroom? environment). Learning materials and activities will be designed to enable the presentation of theory and a rationale for practice; the demonstration of theory or method in use; an opportunity to practice through simulation, and an opportunity for constructive feedback to students. Engagement in this ?academic arena? will provide the basis for initial observation of practice and conceptualising. Through on-line and ?classroom? activities distributed evenly across the module the students will be asked to use work-based coaching opportunities to apply new learning to practice, using peer observation and mutual feedback. This will provide the basis for experimentation, concrete experience and reflective observation using the concepts of theory (Kolb 1984). · The types of learning activities will comprise, for example: . Following an introduction of relevant academic literature on the functions of a Probation Service Officer, students will undertake a work-based search of relevant practice and policy frameworks to enable individuals describe their role and responsibilities and its specific relationship to the Offender Management Model and process. . ?Classroom? activities will focus on making use of a range of communication skills. Theoretical models for communication will be demonstrated by the tutor using vignettes. Students will be asked to use a theoretical model of their choice to demonstrate how the model could inform and transform their practice, again using simulation. Each student will receive peer group feedback based upon criteria against which the peer group can construct their comments. · This module will require the students to be allocated to a peer support group which will be conducive to group learning activities in both the academic and work based arenas. ASSESSMENT INFORMATION Task No. Assessment Task Description (. essay, artwork, journal etc) Word Count or Exam Duration Task Weighting % Assessment Task Type Coursework (CW) Written Exam (EX) Practical (PR) 001 Individual Presentation 00:10 50 C‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‌‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‍‍‌‍‍W 002 Essay 2000 50 CW

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