1. Behavioural stability is required to function and adapt effectively and sensitively in this role.
2. Student demonstrates behavioural stability to work constructively in a diverse and changing academic and field placement environment.
3. Justification of inherent requirement:
Behavioural stability is required to work individually and in teams in changing and unpredictable environments. Social work students will be exposed to highly complex human situations and will be required to have behavioural stability to manage these events objectively and professionally.
4. Adjustments must support stable, effective and professional behaviour in both academic and field placement settings. Adjustments specific to the individual can be discussed with the Support Equity Officer.
- Being reflexive practitioners who can respond appropriately to constructive feedback.
- Coping with own emotions and behaviour effectively when dealing with individuals or unfamiliar situations in the professional setting.