14 6. Weekly supervision conferences for students, of at least 1 hour, focused on the identified learning needs and objectives. 7. Assess student performance against initial knowledge and skills and provide structured and constructive feedback related to the assessment of the student-faculty relationship, including completing student assessment forms (Appendix B and Appendix C). 8. Address student concerns or areas of development through on-site connection of university faculty and work with the field association of students and faculty to develop a plan to address these concerns. 9. Provide the student with safety information and review the agency`s specific security policies; and to supervise and support the student in case of security problems. 40K Participation in the following mandatory field supervisor training webinars to become a recognized Walden University field supervisor: Orientation for new field supervisors Supervision for new field supervisors Field supervisor as a teacher: Integrating theory and practice Student safety in the field: The role of the field supervisor Ethics for field supervisors Student responsibilities A productive field practice requires the student to actively participate in the design and implementation of their field experience.
Students must complete their field internship applications and these must be approved by the Field Director no later than two terms before entering the field. To maximize educational opportunities in the field, the student must assume the following responsibilities: 1. Work with the field instructor and field link to identify learning needs and specify learning objectives in terms of skills and practice behavior based on and at advanced levels. 2. Adopt practices and behaviours consistent with the National Association of Social Workers (NASW) Code of Ethics and CSWE EPAS standards. 3. Active exploration of learning opportunities within the organization and involvement with the Manager of Field Services in the selection of appropriate learning materials and activities. 4. Comply with agency and field service policies, procedures and standards, including background checks or drug testing, if required by the agency. 5. Make appropriate use of monitoring and surveillance conferences, including participation in the selection of conference content and the use of monitoring to openly address needs, concerns and questions. 6.
Participate in agency staff meetings and professional meetings or conferences recommended by the Head of Foreign Service. . . .