The textbook required will vary with
the seminar topic. Department-developed materials will also be used.
At the completion
of this course, the student will be able to:
- Demonstrate the timely,
concise, and accurate completion of progressive competencies as set
forth and defined in the individualized training agreement.
- Outline the experiences
and objectives achieved in the work environment.
- Identify key concepts
from seminar assignment and projects, and/or research.
- Compare the value of the
experiential component to traditional assignments.
TOPICAL OUTLINE OF UNITS:
independently after individual assessment of student related to current
knowledge base and on-the-job objectives.
METHODS OF INSTRUCTION:
will assist students in achieving course objectives: on-the-job training,
seminar/workshop activity, mentoring by field faculty, coordinators, and
colleagues, textbook and handout reading assignments.
METHODS OF EVALUATION:
will be dependent upon on-the-job competencies, seminar/workshop activity,
written activity, and/or research. The student and employing supervisor
will also evaluate the completion of student's training objectives.