Integrating theory and practice in context and becoming skilled in the application of the occupational therapy process is essential for meeting requirements for registration as an occupational therapist. Building on OCCP1100 Professional Practice I, OCCP2086 Professional Practice II and OCCP3061/OCCP3065 Professional Practice IIIA/IIIB, this unit concludes the focus on professional development in context with students responsible for a caseload approximating up to 80% of that expected of a new graduate in that specific position. Students will participate in an eight-week, supervised fulltime experience within a professional service setting.
Placement preparation and debriefing
Fieldwork assessment (Pass/Fail) Compulsory placement-related assessment tasks (Satisfactory/unsatisfactory) including Continuing Professional Development (CPD) plan, peer review of CPD, SPEF-R midway reflection, Interprofessional Learning activities, and Participation in the Learning Community.
This unit of study includes a work integrated learning placement. Students must be aware of and complete all pre-placement requirements.
OCCP3061 and OCCP3065