Assessment is by two written assignments designed to assess students' capacity for reflection, theoretical understanding and competence. Additionally students will be expected to submit a short project on a dedicated and relevant subject in May of the second year.
We require two supervisor's reports over the lifespan of the course and students are required to submit a portfolio of their work upon completion of the course. Additionally supervisors submit 'Fitness to Practice' report, details of which are in the substantive student course manual at completion of the clinical work.
There is a sample list of possible clinical placements on this web site and within the student course manual.
Students must attend a minimum of 85% of the course contact time.
Students are required to adhere to the COSRT Code of Ethics and Practice as student members.
Students are assessed on their ability to work with a wide and diverse range of presentations with both couples and individuals.