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Data de início
2020 - 2021
Master of Science
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The course covers the five core areas of the new BPS Occupational Psychology curriculum â?? psychological assessment at work; learning training and development; leadership, engagement and motivation; wellbeing and work; and work design, organisational change and development.Intended for Psychology graduates, this is a practice-oriented course with the vast majority of assessment based on your ability to practically and effectively apply the principles, theories and research of psychology to workplace case studies and scenarios. Youâ??ll have an opportunity to explore diverse organisational or workplace phenomena, such as ergonomics, personnel management and time management, choosing the focus of your research. We have a number of strong links with numerous public and private, commercial, not-for-profit and charitable organisations, which offer placements, internships or provide interesting contexts for research. For example, the course team is currently working with West Midlands Fire Service to develop and evaluate a situational judgement test to assess situational preparedness. Youâ??ll learn how to act in accordance with the legal, ethical and professional standards and regulations that apply to the practice of occupational psychologists, including those of the BPS and the Health and Care Professions Care Council (HCPC). Our faculty has applied occupational psychological experience, either through becoming Occupational Psychologists themselves or through consultancy-based work. Many of the lecturers are research-active too, which offers the potential for student involvement. Recent projects have ranged from looking at the ergonomics of a prison waiting-room to developing assessments of operational preparedness for West Midlands Fire Service. Benefits Accreditation and Professional Recognition This course is accredited and recognised by the following professional bodies: British Psychological Society (BPS) - Accredited Occupational Psychology Graduates must achieve the necessary 50% pass mark for all modules contributing to the accredited MSc degree (BPS Standards for the Accreditation of the Masters Programme in Occupational Psychology, October 2017). Graduates who do not meet this requirement will exit with a non-accredited award, the Msc Occupational Psychological Studies. To achieve the necessary number of credits for all non-accredited awards, graduates must achieve the necessary 40% pass mark for all modules contributing to the award. Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC)
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