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Course content

Examine the social and political obstacles that individuals with illness, injury and disabilities may experience relating to work. You learn about the ways in which these can be overcome and gain the knowledge, skills and strategies needed to support these people in finding, remaining in or returning to work.

This course is particularly useful if you work in employment-related areas, such as:
-Occupational health.
-Occupational therapy.
-Human resources.
-Employment services.
-Disability services.

As a student, you benefit from the flexibility that online distance learning offers, studying at a time that is convenient to you and fits in with your career and lifestyle. It also gives you the opportunity to study with people from different professions both from the UK and abroad, learning together and sharing your experiences. You are encouraged to work together, sharing knowledge and skills through guided e-tivities.

The course has been designed so that you can personalise your approach to learning, studying the modules relevant to your particular area of work or interests. It also provides the variety and flexibility to allow you to tailor your learning needs to your own continuing professional development.

Studying on this course enables you to be at the forefront of political changes relating to work and welfare reform. This is a good way to enhance your employability in your chosen area of work and allow you to engage in best practice with your service users.

After completing the postgraduate certificate, you can progress to PgDip and MSc through our Advancing Professional Practice framework.

For more information, see the website: https://www.shu.ac.uk/study-here/find-a-course/pgcert-vocational-rehabilitation

Course structure

Online distance learning – typically 1 year. All delivery is online using a range of creative learning resources such as video clips, digital stories, e-lectures, wikis and blogs in a virtual learning environment (VLE). Starts September.

Course structure
The Postgraduate Certificate (PgCert) is achieved by successfully completing 60 credits.

Core module
-Fundamentals of vocational rehabilitation (30 credits)

Option modules (30 credits from)
-Ergonomics and human factors at work (30 credits)
-Occupational approaches to health and wellbeing (15 credits)
-Work-based learning project (15 or 30 credits)
-Personalised study module (15 or 30 credits)
-Understanding and applying cognitive and perceptual processing (15 credits)

Assessment methods include: written assignments; reports; development of practical resources; case studies; personal reflections.

Visit the Vocational Rehabilitation PGCert page on the Sheffield Hallam University website for more details!




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