Assessment task three asks you to reflect on contemporary perspectives related to community safety and education, the design of safety and education activities, and the ways in which you can work collaboratively to enhance the effectiveness of community-based activities.
Utilising the real-life safety and education activity you discussed in assessment task two, you will re-design and plan for the re-launch of the activity to better meet the needs of your chosen community group and / or geographical location.
Your final submission will therefore consist of three sections, including: a) copy of the re-designed activity; b) copy of the implementation plan for the re-designed activity; and c) rationale to support your re-design and implementation choices. The rationale must be supported by appropriate literature and importantly, make a summary statement about how the re-designed activity and the implementation plan contribute to building community resilience.
The community safety and education activity you produce must be suitable for use within a group context and plan to be implemented in collaboration with the group itself. The implementation plan must therefore clearly articulate this collaboration.
The re-designed activity may take any form and consist of a single resource or a small series of resources.
Assessment three is submitted via Moodle. You are free to construct the response in a style that best suits you, however, you must respond to each requirement. For example, your response may be a written report or a combination of a written report, oral presentation, such as a video or audio podcast or another mode that you negotiate directly with me. The response must include as a minimum:
a) Title page;
b) Copy of the re-designed community safety and education activity;
Note: depending on the format of your activity you may not be able to include a copy of the re-designed activity in your written response, for example, if your activity utilises technology such as video or audio files. You may submit these as a separate file and annotate your written response accordingly.
c) Copy of the implementation plan for the re-designed activity;
d) Rationale for the re-design and implementation plan. Your rationale will include a discussion of the:
- Specific aspects of the re-designed activity that were chosen to meet the safety and education needs of the community group and / or geographical location;
- Specific aspects of the implementation plan chosen to support a collaborative approach to the safety and education activity; and
- How the re-designed activity and the implementation plan contribute to building community resilience.
Note: The rationale [section d] must be supported by appropriate literature and may be 1500 – 2000 words.