HPS328 - Psychology At Work (Internship)
2020 unit information
This unit is offered as a Start Anytime unit and is available from Study Period (SP) 1 in January 2020. Further general information about this unit is available here.
Burwood (Melbourne), Waurn Ponds (Geelong), Warrnambool, Cloud (online)
Students will not be able to self-enrol. Register for enrolment here.
|Cohort rule:||Must be enrolled in course A301, H300, H344, H345|
|Prerequisite:||HPS207 and must have completed 16 credit points|
Students will on average spend 150 hours over the teaching period undertaking the teaching, learning and assessment activities for this unit.
|Scheduled learning activities - campus||140 hours of placement with an authorised host organisation and completion of self-paced pre-placement online modules|
Students do not need to undertake any pre-preparation for this unit. Especially, you should not be seeking any sort of placement until you have access to the CloudDeakin site where all information is provided about how to source placement, what should be considered when choosing a placement, and all other materials required to complete the unit. Access to the CloudDeakin site is given two weeks prior to the commencement date of the Study Period and there is ample time to find, and complete, the placement, within the unit timelines.
This unit aims to build on the second year unit, HPS207 and provide students with a more detailed understanding of how psychology is applied in a work setting. The skills developed will enable students to develop further strategies to assist them in gaining meaningful employment at the completion of their studies in psychology and to make a successful transition to work.
The development of generic, employment-related, professional skills in psychology related fields will be achieved through a combination of self-paced modules and a minimum of 140 hours placement with a relevant, course-related organisation. During the placement, students will be encouraged to consolidate or enhance existing professional skills.
Each student is responsible for selecting and negotiating their own appropriate work placement, for authorisation by the Unit Chair. Work placements are intended to provide students with opportunities to develop skills and knowledge in psychology related areas which will enhance their professional development and employment potential as well as provide insight into career options.
Students will have up to approximately 10 weeks to source a placement and up to a maximum of 8 months to complete it. Further details about how this Start Anytime unit will run are available on the School of Psychology Start Anytime page.
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