Course Title: Work effectively with others
Part B: Course Detail
Teaching Period: Term1 2011
Course Code: EMPL5247C
Course Title: Work effectively with others
School: 155T Vocational Health and Sciences
Campus: City Campus
Program: C4208 - Certificate IV in Massage Therapy Practice
Course Contact: Priya Atkinson
Course Contact Phone: +61 3 9925 4212
Course Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Name and Contact Details of All Other Relevant Staff
Nominal Hours: 15
Regardless of the mode of delivery, represent a guide to the relative teaching time and student effort required to successfully achieve a particular competency/module. This may include not only scheduled classes or workplace visits but also the amount of effort required to undertake, evaluate and complete all assessment requirements, including any non-classroom activities.
Pre-requisites and Co-requisites
This course is delivered concurrently with the following units of competency
HLTREM401B Work within a massage Framework
HLTCOM408B Use Specific Health Terminology to Communicate Effectively
HLTCOM406B Make Referrals to other Health Care Professionals when Appropriate
HLTHIR301A Communicate and Work Effectively in Health
HLTHIR501A Maintain an Effective Health Work Environment
CHCORG28A Reflect and Improve Upon Professional Practice
HLTHIR501A Implement & Monitor Compliance with Legal & Ethical Requirements
HLTREM510A Provide Specialised Remedial Massage treatment
This unit covers the skills and knowledge required to work in a group environment such as promoting team commitment and cooperation and supporting team members. The course centers around the learners participation in the Remedial Massage Student Clinic, and involves some additional face to face and online learning.
National Codes, Titles, Elements and Performance Criteria
National Element Code & Title:
BSBCMN204A Work effectively with others
1. Develop effective workplace relationships
1.1 Responsibilities and duties are undertaken in a positive manner to promote cooperation and good relationships
2. Contribute to workgroup activities
2.1 Support is provided to team members to ensure workgroup goals are met
Details of Learning Activities
This unit is delivered in the subject cluster: Business & Communication for Clinical Practice. Students will have a variety of face to face, online and work-based learning activities, including a fortnightly shift in the Student Massage Clinic at RMIT University.
This unit is delivered in the subject cluster: Business & Communication for Clinical Practice. Along with the lesson schedule below, students are also required to attend a fortnightly clinic shift. The clinic roster is available on the learning hub.
|15/2/11||Subject Overview||Introduction to learning and assessment requirements.|
|21/2/11||What is Massage?||History, Philosophy & Development of the Massage Industry|
|28/2/11||Health Terminology||Online: Terminology used in Health Practice|
|7/3/11||Clinical Practice Skills||Preparation for first clinic shift & Basic Clinic Administration|
|21/3/11||Law & Ethics in Clinical Practice||Legal Requirements for Remedial Massage, Consent, Client Rights & Privacy|
|28/3/11||The role of RM Therapists||Online: Job role, regulations & requirements, working professionally & communicating via technology.|
|4/4/11||Communication Skills 1||Sending & Receiving messages|
|11/4/11||Referring your Patient||When to refer, who to refer to and how to do it.|
|18/4/11||Ethical Practice||Online: Introduction to ethical responsibilities|
|9/5/11||Communication Skills 2||Barriers to Effective Communication & Roll Plays|
|16/5/11||Communication Skills 3||Online: Managing Conflict|
|30/5/11||Client Behaviors||Identifying challenging client behaviors and understanding how to manage them|
Learning materials for this unit are available on the learning hub, in the subject folder "Business & Communication for Clinical Practice".
From time to time you will be asked to access other resources, including websites and journals. Information on these additional resources will be published on the learning hub.
Overview of Assessment
Assessment of this unit centers around the learners participation in the Remedial Massage Student Clinic. The assessee must provide evidence of application of relevant essential knowledge as well as skills, and consistency of performance should be demonstrated over the required range of situations relevant to the particular workplace.
Learners may also be required to demonstrate competency through completion of a range of assessments including; quizzes, practical demonstration, submission of learning and assessment guide and assignments. Achieving competency in each assessment is required to achieve competency for the unit.
- This unit is assessed in conjunction with others in the subject Business & Communications for Clinical Practice.
- In order to successfully complete this unit, you must be assessed as competent for each the of the assessment items detailed below.
- Complete details, including assessment criteria, for each of the assessment tasks outlined below will be provided on the learning hub
Each student is required to successfully complete all 15 rostered clinic shifts (signed off by the clinic supervisor).
Task 2: Reflective Journal:
Each student is required to complete a reflective journal on their experiences in clinic. Journals are to be printed and submitted in a plastic pocket by 30th May, 2011
Task 3: Clinical Practice Portfolio:
Students are required to collate a folio of their learning materials and activities. Throughout the year class notes will contain learning activities for students to complete. Responses to each of these activities must be submitted as a hard copy, with notes printed and placed in a folder. This folder should contain all subject notes, including completed learning activities, and will be submitted on 30th May, 2011
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