When undertaking the Pinnacle Venture unit of study, the student will be supervised by a staff member of the Paramedic or related discipline within the College of Health and Biomedicine. It is an overarching objective of the unit that the venture will enable the student to undertake a unique practical and educational experience that will challenge and promote growth on many levels for the student and thus significantly contribute to their marketability and salience, increasing their competitive edge for employment.
HFB2223 - Clinical Practice 4
HFB2223 not applicable to HBHL students.
|1.||Manage and undertake a work, community or research based project with minimal supervision, demonstrating self and time management and project related organisational skills;|
|2.||Articulate and justify project goals, objectives, timeline, approaches and methods;|
|3.||Establish proficiency in writing a project final report, including self-reflection, an evaluation of the outcomes and a summary of strengths and limitations;|
|4.||Demonstrate proficiency in elucidating the findings of the project to peers, supervisors and wider community audience.|
|Other||Project proposal and rationale (750 words)||20%|
|Report||Final project report (equivalent 2500 words)||60%|
|Presentation||Final project presentation (duration 15 minutes)||20%|
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