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PSY3306 Psychology, Community and Work
Credit Points: 15
Students must have completed at least 2 first year psychology units before they can enrol in PSY3306

This unit identifies and builds on the generic and specific skill base acquired by students in the course of their undergraduate training in psychology and aims to demonstrate how these skills may be transferred to specific workplace settings.  The unit uses a structured assessment process to enable students to increase their knowledge about and feel greater confidence in their own career choice and in their personal practice.  The unit also emphasises how psychology may be applied to a wide range of disparate work settings and focuses on a values-based approach to psychological practice, based on a process of critical reflexion.  Reflexivity is then linked to the attaining of practice wisdom in the application of psychology in the community and in the workplace. 

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Last Updated - Higher Education: 31/03/2008 VET: 31/03/2008