Aims of placements
|The placement activities are aimed at enabling the student to acquire specific skills foreseen by the professional profile. In order to achieve these training goals, agreements can be made with facilities, which meet the suitability requirements in terms of activities, provision of services and facilities.
The 60 minimum credits reserved for the work placement are to be understood as the total commitment necessary for the student to achieve the 'core' professional skills required by the respective professional profile .
The professional placement includes:
- tutoring sessions that prepare the student for the experience;
- exercises and simulations in which technical, relational and methodological skills are developed in a protected context before or during experimentation in real contexts;
- direct experiences in the field with supervision;
- constant tutoring and debriefing sessions;
- teaching assignments, specific written assignments and guided study assignments.
- clinical reasoning sessions