|RSP 120 Practicum|
|RSP 130 Practicum|
|RSP 140 Practicum|
|RSP 220 Practicum|
|RSP 250 Practicum|
|Policy and Procedure Manual|
Practicum, when used effectively and in conjunction with classroom theory, can be an important contributor to the learning process. The ability to actually perform tasks in a work setting is considered vital to the success of the Rehabilitation graduates. An understanding of theory and the proven ability to apply that theory makes our graduates employable in an increasingly competetive and demanding market.
It is for these reasons that Practicum is incorporated at every level of the program as outlined below.
Practicum at the 120 level is a volunteer placement experience where students have the opportunity for orientation, observation and, where appropriate and under close supervision, a chance to assist an agency representative. This volunteer placement is the initial exposure for students to the various rehabilitation departments/agencies and related professional fields.
RSP 120 Related Skill Development
Practicum at the 130 level is intended to offers students an opportunity to serve as co-workers with the practitioner and to directly apply classroom theory. Students will perform assigned tasks under close direction and supervision by the agency.
RSP 130 Related Skill Development
Practicum at the 140 level is intended to provide students with an opportunity to engage in related tasks on a more self-directed and independent level. These tasks may involve administration, planning, assessment, documentation, instruction and other related duties as deemed appropriate by the agencies, students, and college advisors.
RSP 140 Related Skill Development
Practicum at the 220 level is intended to offer students an opportunity to serve as co-workers with the practitioner and to directly apply classroom theory. Students will perform assigned tasks and negotiated instructional activies under close supervision by the agency.
RSP 220 Related Skill Development
During this final practicum in the two year curriculum, the students are expected to negotiate assignments, duties and responsibilities with the agency. The intention is to have the student plan their learning objectives around the needs of the individuals who are receiving services from the agency.
RSP 250 Related Skill Development