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Faculty of Social Work University of Regina
 

Summary: Faculty of Social Work
University of Regina
POLICY AND PROCEDURES FOR
STUDENT PERFORMANCE OF PROFESSIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES
Introduction
The nature of the study and practice of social work places individuals in a place of trust
in relation to those they serve and in a close relationship with fellow students, colleagues
and staff in the university setting. The Faculty of Social Work at the University of
Regina is proud of its graduates who are serving individuals, families, and communities
but understands that not all persons are suitable to undertake this profession for reasons
beyond their academic abilities.
The granting of a degree by this institution constitutes acknowledgment that students are
deemed qualified and suitable as social work practitioners upon graduation, and that they
will conduct themselves in a professional and ethical manner. Unprofessional conduct by
students may have direct repercussions on the University and therefore, such behaviour
will be addressed in a serious manner by the University.
Rationale
As future social workers, students must subscribe to a set of social work values and
ethics, which include respect for inherent dignity and worth of the person, the pursuit of
social justice, service to humanity as well as integrity, confidentiality and competence in

  

Source: Argerami, Martin - Department of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Regina

 

Collections: Mathematics