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Cursus: 201700830
201700830
Intervention Psychology Internship Program
Cursus informatieRooster
Cursuscode201700830
Studiepunten (ECTS)20
Categorie / NiveauM (Master)
CursustypeStage
VoertaalNederlands
Aangeboden doorFaculteit Sociale Wetenschappen; Graduate School Sociale Wetenschappen; Social, Health and Organisational Psychology;
Contactpersoondrs. R.C. Ijntema
Telefoon+31 30 2533082
E-mailr.ijntema@uu.nl
Docenten
Docent
M. van Doorn
Overige cursussen docent
Docent
drs. R.C. Ijntema
Overige cursussen docent
Contactpersoon van de cursus
drs. R.C. Ijntema
Overige cursussen docent
Blok
JAAR  (03-09-2018 t/m 31-08-2019)
Aanvangsblok
JAAR
Timeslot-: Niet van toepassing
Onderwijsvorm
Voltijd
OpmerkingBachelorstudenten kunnen zich niet inschrijven voor dit masteronderdeel.
Inschrijven via OSIRISNee
Inschrijven voor bijvakkersNee
VoorinschrijvingNee
WachtlijstNee
Cursusdoelen
Important note about language
The language of instruction in this internship program is Dutch.
•        Knowledge and insight in learning processes, group processes, behavior change, psychological intervention approaches, evidence-based intervening, training design, training delivery, communication- and coaching skills, and professional ethics for psychologists;
•        Training design: designing a workshop in collaboration with a co-trainer; contribution to the design of an e-learning course;
•        Training delivery: providing training in professional communication skills in an academic context;
•        Peer coaching: applying goal focused and solution focused coaching skills, feedback conversations, peer supervision;
•        Competence development: improvement on core conceptual, technical and (inter)personal competencies as an intervention psychologist; becoming an academic professional;
•        Personal and professional reflection on work performance and learning progress;
•        Team work: professional collaboration and working and learning in a team;
•        Career orientation: finding a personal mentor; organizing a company visit; guest lectures, developing a career identity.
 
Relationship between learning goals and assessment
The overall and individual learning objectives of the internship should be addressed during internship meetings and in the internship report. To determine the final grade for the internship the supervisor assesses the trainee’s work performance (e. g. participation in and contribution to meetings; student evaluations) and learning progress (reflected in internship activities and in the internship report).
 
Inhoud
The ‘Intervention Psychology Internship Program’ is unique compared to other internships, because of the:
•        Autonomy in providing training and experimenting with group interventions (an opportunity one rarely gets as a trainee at a training or consultancy company);
•        Intensive and substantive personal and technical training and supervision during the internship;
•        Intensive collaboration with other master students, who are also in the internship program: an important professional network for the future;
•        Focus on career orientation and the development of a career identity;
•        Access to the PION-network (Psychologists and Interventions in Organizations Network; www.pion-netwerk.nl), a professional network of ex-trainees of the ‘Intervention Psychology Internship Program’;
•        Access to the EFPSA network (European Federation of Psychology Students’ Association; www.efpsa.org), a professional network of (student) training psychologists. 
The ‘Intervention Psychology Internship Program’ has proven to provide master students with good employment prospects in the area of skills training, coaching, consultancy, teaching, human resource development, management traineeships in organizations.
 
The ‘Intervention Psychology Internship Program’ is accessible to approximately twelve master students, who are enrolled in the master ‘Social, Health and Organizational Psychology’. The internship program consists of:
1.      A preparatory phase (1st semester; 5 ECTS), which is run in groups and consists of:
 
•        Participating in the Train-the-Trainer Summer school in the pre-master week (late August / early September 2018). This summer school is organized in collaboration with EFPSA (www.efpsa.org). The main objective of the summer school is training design, both theory and application.
•        Participating in the 'Train-the-Trainer Intervention Psychology’ course in teaching period 2. This course is only open to master students who are accepted for the intervention program. This course teaches trainees the necessary knowledge and skills to provide training in professional communication skills to bachelor students in the second semester.
•        Completing a personal challenge (to be explained in more detail during the internship program)
2. The actual internship phase (2nd semester; 15 ECTS), which consists of:
 
•        Providing training in professional communication skills within one variant of the bachelor course ‘Professional communication skills’ in teaching period 3 (variant Clinical Psychology or variant Neuropsychology) and in another variant of this course in teaching period 4 (variant Social, Health and Organizational Psychology or variant Child and Adolescent Psychology).
•        Attending guided technical supervision meetings and guided personal supervision meetings during teaching period 3 and 4. In preparation for and during the guided supervision meetings trainees reflect on their work performance and learning progress in the internship program.
•        Organizing company visits for bachelor students within the bachelor course ‘Coaching and Consulting Psychology’ in teaching period 3. Trainees should regard these visits as an opportunity for career orientation.
•        Completing a personal challenge (to be explained in more detail during the internship program)
•        Writing an internship report in accordance with the guidelines for such report drawn up for the master ‘Social, Health and Organizational Psychology’.
Students interested in the ‘Intervention Psychology Internship Program’ should contact Richta IJntema at r.ijntema@uu.nl.
Ingangseisen
Verplicht materiaal
Boek
BOOKS
Handleiding
MANUALS
Handouts
E-LEARNING
Artikelen
ARTICLES
Internet pagina's
E-LEARNING
Werkvormen
Supervision

Tasks in acc with internship contr spec

Voorbereiding bijeenkomsten
To be announced

Bijdrage aan groepswerk
Active participation

Train-the-trainer interventionpsychology

Toetsen
Internship report
Weging100
Minimum cijfer5,5

Beoordeling
The final grade for the internship is determined by
1. Work performance (e. g. participation in and contribution to meetings; student evaluations)
2. Learning progress (reflected in internship activities and in the internship report)

Aspecten van academische vorming
Gestructureerd beoordelen van activiteiten en prestaties (van anderen en van zichzelf)
Intellectuele vaardigheden
Presenteren - een referaat/pleidooi voorbereiden, uitvoeren en evalueren
Gespreksvaardigheden - bv onderhandelen, interviewen, gesprekken met clienten/patienten/personeel
Sociaal-contactuele vaardigheden
Samenwerken met anderen, werken in teamverband
Planmatig werken
Organisatorische vaardigheden
Academisch denken, werken en handelen: vak- en beroepsspecifiek
Ethisch perspectief
Kennis hanteren in een bredere context

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