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19-20 Accredited 30 credits
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The portfolio will be professionally assessed by course tutors and practice placement educators and the summative assessment of both portfolio and viva will be linked to the standards of performances, conduct and ethics identified by the HCPC and will be clearly identified through the appraisal process of the portfolio and the written feedback from the viva.
All learning outcomes will be based on a professional practice portfolio and a viva presentation of a maximum of 30 minutes to the student cohort and examiners, followed by a discussion of 15 minutes maximum. The portfolio will include a log of hours spent on supervision activity, a written case study of your own supervision work, a reflective account of supervision received, an appraisal from the seminar group leader, a self-appraisal and a reflective reading account. The word count within the portfolio excluding appraisals and logs will amount to 5,000 words.
Opportunities for you to gain feedback on your developing understandings and knowledge and your musical, supervisory and critical evaluation skills will be embedded throughout the module, e.g., in group seminars, discussions and small group activities.
You will be required to share your understandings and skills with teaching staff, and teaching staff will provide you with feedback on the appropriateness/level of your understandings and skills.
This (option) module can contribute towards:
MA Therapeutic Music Studies
Introduction to supervision models
Group supervision models
Ethics and professional context
Use of creative materials
This module will equip you to develop your own practice as a music therapy supervisor in varying contexts and to recognise your own limitations within this process.
PGDip or Masters degree in Music Therapy from one of seven recognised UK trainings plus registration as Arts Therapist with HCPC with current access to practice.
On successful completion of this module you will be able to:
Learning and Teaching
Teaching and learning methods will include the learning experiences listed below.
Scheduled learning - the workshops will include seminars, demonstrations, lectures, small group activities, individual and paired work and group discussions. You will be asked to prepare papers and reports for discussion.
Following the first intensive three days you will be assigned a particular supervision group facilitated by one of the course tutors and will bring material from their own practice to discuss in this confidential space. This group will meet monthly on the course day in the afternoon. Seminars and lectures will take place in the morning.
Independent learning includes hours engaged with essential reading, further reading, reflective writing and self-directed study, preparation for lectures and in-class activities, and assignment preparation and completion.
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30 credit Masters level module
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