Refer to the specific census and withdrawal dates for the semester(s) in which this unit is offered.
HSC3061 or PHH3061 or PBH3004.
Must be enrolled in course 4502.
This unit will assist students to put into practice the theory that underpins the profession of health promotion by working in an agency which has promoting health as part of its core business. It will provide practical experience in preparation for embarking or enhancing a career in health promotion as well as opportunities to learn about career development, resume development and reflection on skills and capacities required by a graduate. Applying the knowledge gained through their course by working in agencies that undertake population-based health promotion issues will help students to better understand health determinants and behaviour in the community, and prepare them for the realities of the workplace.
Upon successful completion of this unit, students should be able to:
144 hours including 100 hours of field placement, 12 hours of seminars, contact time of 1 hour online discussion groups between weeks 5-12 and 2 hours of private study per week.