Assessment and Interventions for Occupational and Vocational Rehabilitation - Single Module
Level 7 (30 credits)
School - School of Health Sciences
Subject area - Biomechanics & Rehabilitation
Start Dates(s): February
Part-time - £1,230 per 30 credit module
- You will develop a comprehensive knowledge and critical awareness of obstacles and facilitators for successful occupational and vocational rehabilitation
- You will have the opportunity to critically challenge and develop your practice with regards to assessment and interventions strategies used within your current workplace
- You will gain inter-agency and inter-professional perspectives to enhance your future collaborative practice
- NHS funding available
- International students can apply
In this course you will examine underpinning theory and principles of assessments and interventions used within vocational and occupational rehabilitation, facilitating individuals to stay at work or return to work. You will also explore the obstacles and facilitators to an individual’s ability to work and use hypothetical case studies/ examples to apply theory to practice.
In addition, you will have opportunities to develop your clinical reasoning skills from a range of perspectives, partly determined by the experience and context that you and your peers bring to the module. You will be encouraged to share practice and explore together ways in which this could be developed and you will be encouraged to transfer knowledge and skills between different contexts in order to develop effective practice in occupational and vocational rehabilitation.
One week campus attendance (30-34 hours) at the start of the module (plus a day on campus for the assessment at the end of the module. This could possibly be done online – subject to negotiation with the module leader).
There is independent/ directed study (some online) to further your learning and development when you are not in University.