Professional and Ethical Practice in Occupational and Vocational Rehabilitation - Single Module
Level 7 (30 credits)
School - School of Health Sciences
Subject area - Biomechanics & Rehabilitation
Start Dates(s): September
Part-time - £1,230 per 30 credit module
- You will be more confident tackling professional, moral and ethical issues
- You will enhance your career prospects within occupational and vocational rehabilitation service
- You will have excellent opportunities to network with specialists in occupational and vocational rehabilitation
- NHS funding available
- International students can apply
This module focuses on the professional and ethical issues involved in vocational and occupational rehabilitation practice. These include, for example, report writing; moral dilemmas; legislation and policy; quality assurance; culture; and relationships between health, work and wellbeing.
You will develop as a reflexive practitioner willing to challenge and implement evidence based practice; demonstrating a critical awareness of current and future issues in occupational and vocational rehabilitation.
You will further your understanding of the theoretical principles and research evidence, using reflective processes to further your own personal development planning, continuing to enhance your practice going forward.