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1 Application Information MSc Occupational Therapy (Pre-registration) School of Rehabilitation and Health Sciences Faculty of Health and Social Sciences Entry Start date: January 2017 Application deadline for UK and EU applicants 4.00pm, Thursday 2 June 2016 Application deadline for International applicants 4.00pm, Thursday 6 October 2016

2 Introduction We are pleased that you are considering applying for the MSc Occupational Therapy (pre-registration) programme. This programme is designed to create occupational therapists that are clinical-scholars and fit for practice now and in the future. We offer an innovative programme and our academic tutors have excellent clinical, research and teaching expertise. I hope that you find all the information that you need in this document together with the information online. We recommend that you attend one of the Leeds Beckett University Postgraduate open days where you will be able to talk to teaching and admissions staff. Rob Brooks is the admissions tutor; please contact him or the Student Admissions team if you have any questions. Miranda Thew Course Leader 1

3 Contents Page 1. Course Overview 3 2. Entry requirement for UK, EU and International applicants 5 3. Additional guidance for UK, EU and International applicants 6 4. Application procedure for UK and EU applicants 7 5. Application procedure for International applicants 8 6. Accreditation of prior learning, module exemption and transferring 8 7. Frequently asked questions 9 8. Contacts 11 2

4 1. Course Overview This section provides a very brief overview of the structure and content of the MSc Occupational Therapy (Pre-registration) course. Please note there may be some variation to the number of weeks per module. The assessment strategies used include oral presentations, report writing, reflective assignments, case studies, journal articles, group work and group reports. These assessments take place in formative and summative forms. The following information is a guide only. The programme uses a Problem-Based Learning (PBL) approach throughout the two years. *Please note the modules described below are subject to Revalidation in November 2015 Year 1 Working and Learning Together (No credits) Shared learning and developing group and team-working skills will begin with a shared induction programme with the MSc Physiotherapy (Pre- registration) students. This experience will set the scene for future shared learning on the course and will prepare students for working with each other, and other professionals in practice. It offers an early opportunity for professional socialisation. The occupational therapy and physiotherapy students are given the opportunity to work in both university and mixed professional groups to discuss their expectations for the course and future professional roles. Occupational Health and Wellbeing (20 Credits) This module explores occupation, health and wellbeing and will introduce students to an occupational perspective of health. This perspective will be compared and contrasted with other perspectives of health such as the biomedical and social models. The module will also introduce students to the discipline of occupational science and its ideas related to occupational justice will be critically explored. Students will be supported to understand occupational performance and engagement through the analysis of the person, environment and occupation. Occupational models will presented and used to support a structured occupational analysis process. Occupational Therapy Practice (20 Credits) This module introduces the key tools required of an occupational therapist. There is a practice placement situated near the end of the module. The occupational therapy process of information gathering, assessment, treatment planning, intervention and evaluation, together with how occupational therapists engage clients and the importance of a therapeutic relationship and clinical reasoning are key components of this module. Subsequent modules will build on the skills students acquire in OTP so that they develop skills and competencies in a constructed way throughout the programme. This module uses a problem based learning approach using case studies to critically explore the occupational therapy process, demonstrating understanding of client need and clinical reasoning theories and models. There is a strong emphasis on the application of the 6 C s (compassion, commitment, care, courage, competence, communication) within occupational therapy practice and the importance of professionalism. Advanced Occupational Therapy Practice (20 Credits) This module aims to introduce students to the key concepts and skills which underpin advanced occupational therapy. The students will investigate and apply evidence based holistic occupational 3

5 therapy interventions which are culturally competent. These are applied within the module to groups and individuals acknowledging the link to health and well-being. In addition, the students explore the role of an occupational therapist in facilitating occupation using a range of methods and techniques which enable the individual to fulfil occupational participation and engagement. This module enables students to value the contributions of other members of the multi-disciplinary team and how a team approach can be used to fulfil an individual s occupational needs. This is integrated in to the module by aiming to include teaching from other professions such as social work and physiotherapy. This module continues to develop the student s clinical reasoning and evaluation skills using evidence based practice with individuals and groups. Research in Occupational Therapy 1 (20 Credits) This module introduces students to research design. It provides students with the knowledge and skills to identify a gap in knowledge and propose a research study relevant to occupational therapy. Students learn about epistemological and ontological research positions, the principles and process of research ethics, qualitative, quantitative and mixed methodologies, data collection methods and data analysis strategies. This module also enhances many Masters level student attributes including independence of thought, critical appraisal of research evidence, critical writing and synthesis. Year 2 Occupation in Context (20 Credits) Occupation in Context introduces the ways in which occupational therapy and the occupations of humans are subject to a range of contextual influences. The contexts considered will include social, physical, cultural and political. The module will draw on knowledge from other disciplines such as: health promotion, social sciences, human geography, anthropology, cultural studies and sociology. While considering the impact of context on human occupation and occupational therapy practice, an awareness will be developed of how it is possible to influence these contexts for the benefit of individuals and groups. The module will also explore issues of occupational justice, its relationship to the history and philosophy of the profession, and the current and/or potential role of occupational therapy to address these issues locally, nationally and globally. Emerging Occupational Therapy (20 Credits) This module develops students application of the value of occupation and its relation to health and wellbeing, but emphasises development of new or emerging services for occupational therapy. Students are equipped with the skills (such as business and enterprise skills) to ensure service development and new service provision to be truly effective. The REP is interwoven to allow students real life opportunity to carry out a project which is then assessed within the module to ensure it matches the demand of a continually evolving political economic and diverse health and social care landscape. Transition into Practice (20 Credits) Students will consider graduate attributes and skills required for occupational therapy practice. Students will be able to demonstrate the ability to critically evaluate occupational therapy practice for clients presenting with complex needs. 4

6 Research in Occupational Therapy 2 (40 credits) This module provides the opportunity for students to conduct the research project they proposed in RIOT 1. There is a minimal taught component to this module; students receive research supervision. Students are required to gain appropriate ethical approval for their study before carrying out data collection and analysis. The findings from their research are written up in the style of a peerreviewed journal article and are also presented in a research poster. Students also attend a vivavoce to defend their research. Course Conference (No credits, formative assessment only) The course conference will take place in the final week and will be a clear marker for the end of the students journey to becoming an occupational therapist. The conference will be a joint venture with the MSc Physiotherapy (Pre-registration) students and will be open to local clinicians, managers, practice educators, university staff and other key stakeholders. Students will present a poster and/or an oral presentation of the work undertaken for the Contributing to Professional Knowledge module Practice Placements Students are involved in practice placements throughout Leeds and Bradford and in exceptional circumstances elsewhere in the county. This may necessitate students staying in local accommodation or travelling on a daily basis. All costs are initially met by the student who may claim this back from the NHS Grants Unit subject to the outcome of grant assessment. Students are allocated practice placements based on their educational needs, within the limits of the placements offered by local services. Students are not able to negotiate their own practice placements 2. Entry requirements UK, EU and International applicants Applicants should normally have at least an upper second class honours degree completed in the last five years in the cognate subjects of Science, Social Sciences, Healthcare (including degrees in related health and social care professions), Psychology, Sociology, Politics, Environment, Humanities or Arts. Information for those applicants who do not meet this requirement can be found in section 3 of this document. Applicants who do not have English as their first language are required to have IELTS 7.0 with no skill below 6.5 or an equivalent award. Applicants will also need to demonstrate in their application: An understanding of the philosophy, practice and scope of occupational therapy Appropriate work experience/shadowing The attitudes, behaviours and values of care and compassion Evidence of self-direction and motivation Effective communication skills and the ability to work both independently and as part of a team Satisfactory health and enhanced criminal history checks will be required by all applicants prior to 5

7 acceptance on the course; these will be in line with professional body membership and HCPC registration requirements. All applications must be accompanied by TWO references. The references should provide evidence of an applicant s suitability for the occupational therapy profession and postgraduate study e.g. academic tutor, current or recent employer. These should be supplied at the point of submitting your application and it is your responsibility to ensure they are submitted with your application before the deadline. International applicants: Applications from international students are welcomed. The entry criteria for international students are the same as for home students. Please see the international application procedure in section 5. Applicants with disabilities We welcome applicants with specific learning difficulties, physical disability or other health concerns. Early contact with the Leeds Beckett University Disability Support Team is advised. You can contact the admissions tutor if you wish to discuss learning, disability or health issues prior to applying for the programme. Health screening Due to the nature of the occupational therapy course it is necessary to pass a health screening. This is confidential and is carried out through the University Health Centre. Disclosure and Barring Service check It is a requirement that students undergo an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check. 3. Additional guidance for UK, EU and International applicants The following lists the criteria which are used to determine whether an application is short listed. Academic criteria Applicants should normally have at least an upper second class honours degree. Exceptions to this are those with a 2.2 classification and a Master s or doctoral degree. Those with a 2.2 degree classification who also have extensive work experience relevant to occupational therapy, for example working as an occupational therapy assistant will be considered on an individual basis. Study should normally have been completed within the last five years. Applicants with degrees completed more than five years ago should demonstrate that they have recent and relevant academic achievement and will be considered on an individual basis. Degree in a cognate subject of Science, Social Sciences, Healthcare (including degrees in related health and social care professions), Psychology, Sociology, Politics, Environment, Humanities or Arts. 6

8 Non-academic criteria This information should normally be covered in your supporting information: Demonstrate that you have an understanding of the philosophy, practice and scope of occupational therapy. This could include, for example your understanding and experience of where occupational therapists work and the types of client s occupational therapists work with. Describe and reflect on your shadowing or work experience with occupational therapists; you should include where and when your shadowing/experiences took place and what you learnt about occupational therapy from your experiences. We do not stipulate an amount of work experience/shadowing but you should demonstrate that you have done enough to understand the role and that it is the right career for you. Your work experience or shadowing may be gained in a variety of ways including conversations with occupational therapists, visiting occupational therapy departments and spending time observing occupational therapists. The attitudes, behaviours and values of care and compassion are key principles for health professionals; illustrate how you demonstrate these for example through voluntary work. Identify and describe times when you have demonstrated self-direction and motivation, for example in previous academic settings or in your social life. Illustrate when you have demonstrated effective communication skills and identify what made your communication effective. Reflect upon your abilities to work independently and upon your own contributions to teamwork. 4. Application procedure for UK and EU students Applications for entry to the programme are made direct to Leeds Beckett University. Your application should be submitted via our online application system. All supporting documentation (certificates, transcripts, references) can be uploaded to your online application before submission. If you experience any difficulties uploading attachments, please Please only attach relevant supporting documentation, for example we do not need to see GCSE and A-Level certificates or first aid qualifications. All applications must be accompanied by two references please do not submit references and application forms separately. It is the applicant s responsibility to ensure that two references are provided with the application. These references should provide evidence of your suitability for the occupational therapy profession and postgraduate study e.g. academic tutor, current or recent employer. You will therefore want to show your referees the entry requirements for the course before they write the reference. Personal references will not be accepted. Please note: References must be the original copy on official headed paper and signed by the referee. Applications which do not include two references will not be processed. All applicants who would like to be considered for entry in 2017 must ensure their completed application is submitted by 4.00pm on Thursday 2 June All appropriate applications are reviewed by the admissions tutor and other academic staff from the programme using the academic and non-academic criteria. Shortlisted applicants will be invited for interview. We expect these to take place in July We will begin informing applicants of the outcome of their application following interview in August Successful applicants will be offered an NHS funded place on the course for the next intake, January This offer may be conditional on meeting particular terms, e.g. 2.1 honours degree completion, satisfactory health screening and Criminal Records Bureau checks. 7

9 Applicants on the waiting list will usually have the option to secure a place on the programme by self-funding. 5. Application procedure for International students International students should apply through the Leeds Becket University International Office (+44 (0) to Mon-Thurs / to Fri GMT or The International office will be able to help compare and verify your qualifications Applicants who do not have English as their first language are required to have IELTS 7.0 with no skill below 6.5 or an equivalent award. The International Office are able to advise you on courses to improve your English Language. The Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) in the UK is currently not able to conduct overseas criminal record checks. International applicants, those without British Citizenship and British Citizens with a significant period of overseas residency therefore require a criminal records check or certificate of good conduct from their home/overseas country prior to entry on to the course. A UK DBS check will be required after enrolment. All applicants who would like to be considered for entry in 2017 must ensure their completed application is submitted by 4.00pm on Thursday 6 October Shortlisted applicants will be interviewed. This is usually conducted via Skype. 6. Recognition of prior learning, module exemption and transferring. Recognition of prior learning and experience Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) is a general term relating to the formal recognition of learning gained in a variety of contexts, outside or prior to a student s course of study. There are four main types of RPL: Type 1: Recognition of Prior Certificated Learning (RPCL) Type 2: Recognition of Prior Experiential Learning (RPEL) Type 3: Credit Transfer Type 4: Admission through RPL All claims must go through the relevant faculty s RPL Approval Board and will always involve an academic judgment about the acceptability of the RPL claim. Applicants are advised to contact the Course Leader to discuss any RPL. The integrated nature and inclusion of essential skills in many modules of this occupational therapy course may result in logistic difficulties in granting entry with advanced standing. All applications under this process will still be subject to health and DBS screening. Applying for exemption from modules A single module for the MSc Occupational Therapy (Pre-registration) course is valued at 20 M level credits. It is possible to obtain exemption from whole modules if you have successfully studied the module content at the equivalent level in a previous occupational therapy course. You are required to provide evidence of your previous study including module content. However, due to the highly integrated nature of this course it is unlikely that you will have completed similar modules elsewhere. Please contact the admissions tutor for information about the course modules. 8

10 Transferring onto the course It is possible, in theory, to transfer onto this MSc course from another MSc course. However, this is a course leading to eligibility to apply for registration as an Occupational Therapist with the Health and Care Professions Council, so it is essential that we ensure students have covered all areas of the curriculum. Therefore, in practice, transfer onto the course is unlikely to be feasible due to the highly integrated nature of this course. Any application for transfer with advance standing would be considered by the Admissions Team. If you are considering this option please seek advice from the Admissions Tutor or Course Leader. 7. Frequently asked questions Here are some of the questions frequently asked by potential students. If your particular question is not covered here please visit our website or contact the Admission Tutor I do not have a 2.1 honours degree, how can I gain entry to the course? Applications may be considered from those with a 2.2 degree who also either have a Masters qualification or who have extensive relevant work experience. Will I have the opportunity to do a practice placement abroad? There are sometimes opportunities for students to have international placements depending on circumstances. How many hours are students in university? The course is an accelerated two-year course, which does mean that it will be more intense than other courses. The usual requirement is to be in university Tuesday all day, Wednesday morning, Thursday all day and Friday morning. Mondays and Friday afternoons are self-directed learning, if students choose to work during this time they will need to consider when they will fit studying into their week. During practice placements students must be present for a normal full-time working week. How long is the course and is it full time? The course is full-time. It starts in late January and runs continuously over two years; students will normally have seven weeks holiday a year (two weeks at Christmas, two weeks at Easter and three weeks in the summer). Would I be able to stay working on a part time basis and study for the MSc at the same time? The course is an accelerated two-year course, which does mean that it will be more intense than other courses. Although the current timetable has some time when study is self-directed, if students choose to work during this time they will need to consider when they will fit studying into their week. During practice placements students must be present for a normal full-time working week. 9

11 Do I have to pay any fees? UK or EU applicants who are offered an NHS funded place will have their tuition fees paid. NHS funded students may also be eligible to apply for a means tested bursary to help with living expenses. UK or EU applicants that opt to self-fund will be required to pay their tuition fees which are typically 13,000 per year, this figure is subject to confirmation for 2017 entry. In addition students will need to have sufficient funds to support themselves for the duration of the course If you are classed as an international student you will not qualify for any funding and you will be required to pay the course fees and have sufficient funds to support yourself for the duration of the course. The fees you will be required to pay are typically 13,000 per year, this figure is subject to confirmation for 2017 entry. What areas can you specialise in? This course, like all pre-registration occupational therapy courses, aims to produce therapists who can work in any setting. For that reason there is no possibility of specialisation within the course; you would do that after graduating. Is this course recognised abroad or will I have to do further exams? As the course is accredited by the College of Occupational Therapists it is also recognised by the World Federation of Occupational Therapists (WFOT). Occupational therapists from a WFOT accredited programme can apply to register and practice in other countries. Some countries will still require you to sit an additional exam. A number of our students have been successful at gaining registration in the United States of America, Canada and Australia. What are my career prospects? Employment prospects for occupational therapists are good. Successful graduates are therefore likely to find a job, and may be able to stay within the region. The National Health Service is the largest employer of occupational therapists, but many also work in Social Services Departments. There are also growing opportunities in other areas such as non-government and voluntary sector employers. This qualification will also entitle you to work in other countries, subject to local requirements and procedures. On successful completion of the course graduates are eligible to apply for registration as an occupational therapist with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) as well as apply for membership of the College of Occupational Therapists. How many places do you have? We currently (as of 2016) have 19 NHS funded places. In addition we accept a number of self-funded UK, EU and international students. How many applications do you receive? 10

12 While this varies each year we usually receive between applications by UK and EU students for our funded places. In addition we receive 5-10 international applications. 8. Contacts Admissions Office Telephone (0113) Rob Brooks Senior Lecturer / Admissions Tutor Telephone (0113) Miranda Thew Senior Lecturer / Course Leader Telephone (0113)

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