92554 Exercise Assessment, Prescription and Delivery6cp; 2 x 7hrs (coursework day), 6 x 5hrs (telepractice clinic practical shifts), 6 x 5hrs (Project Based Learning practical workshops)
Requisite(s): ((60 credit points of completed study in spk(s): C10300 Bachelor of Sport and Exercise Science OR 60 credit points of completed study in spk(s): C10302 Bachelor of Sport and Exercise Science Bachelor of International Studies OR 60 credit points of completed study in spk(s): C10426 Bachelor of Sport and Exercise Science Bachelor of Languages and Cultures OR 60 credit points of completed study in spk(s): C10328 Bachelor of Sport and Exercise Science Bachelor of Creative Intelligence and Innovation) AND 92555 Motor Learning and Control AND 92543 Exercise Prescription)
These requisites may not apply to students in certain courses.
There are course requisites for this subject. See access conditions.
This subject requires students to undertake two preparatory coursework days, followed by two, six-week blocks which are held during semester in timetabled practical shifts and workshops. One six-week block takes place in the UTS Telepractice Clinic on campus at Moore Park and consists of weekly timetabled five-hour practical shifts. The other six-week block takes place as weekly timetabled five-hour Project Based Learning (PBL) workshops at a designated off campus site. In total, these learning experiences provides students with 60 practical hours in assessment, prescription and delivery.
These block experiences align with the Exercise Science Practicum Guidelines specified by Exercise and Sports Science Australia (ESSA). Each experience has been designed to enable students to integrate knowledge with practice, develop and refine practical skills, and create new knowledge derived from reflections on experiences. Block experiences focus on enabling students to attain competency in exercise assessment, prescription and delivery through a range of activities, in a range of contexts, and across a range of relevant, apparently healthy populations. Students also apply their sport and exercise science knowledge in activities across areas that reflect the ESSA Exercise Science Standards.
Throughout this subject, formative assessment is consistently undertaken to facilitate professional growth and the development of refined practical skills, specifically within the ESSA Accredited Exercise Scientist (AES) Scope of Practice. Students maintain a detailed logbook of all subject activities, complete several Records of Student Engagement, and develop their professional identity through supervised learning experiences.
Autumn session, Moore Park precinct
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