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HSIP901 – Industry-based Project

Module code
Module title
Industry-based Project
This module enables experienced health and social practice practitioners to engage in industry-based activities to explore relevant and meaningful solutions for practice related challenges in their workplace. The industry-based project aims to support practitioners in building resilience and increased capacity within organisations and communities of practice. Reflexive learning activities will build on the practitioner's prior experience, using theoretical frameworks and research evidence to creatively respond to challenges in working with populations they serve. Evidence of industry-based learning will be presented as a report.
  • HS1701
NZQA Level
Level 9
NZQA Credits
Delivery method
  • Web-Based
Learning hours
Total learning hours
Resources required
Learning Outcomes
Identify an area of practice or service development with a specific health or social practice population or service
Critically examine the potential for relevant and meaningful solutions to challenges within a specific professional, organisational or service context
Develop a comprehensive project plan including project outcomes, and plans for ongoing capability development within the service or area of practice.
Engage in professional supervision and mentoring relationships that foster own learning and career development
Present a report representing the process of engaging in the industry-based project, including a reflexive analysis of the process of implementing and evaluating the project.
-Principles and practice of industry-based design approaches
-Defining an area of practice or service development
-Population health and service delivery trends in health and social practice
-Conceptual frameworks and strategies for project development
-Articulating collaborative design practice at the advanced level
-Supervision and mentoring relationships in industry-based projects
-Report writing and publication
Teaching and Learning Strategy
Teaching and learning methods will include workshop sessions, online activities and practice mentorship and supervision. Lecturers will engage students in critically reflexive discussions about their practice. The online learning activities will include discussion forums for reflection on project development and management. Relationships with professional supervisors, practice mentors and interprofessional colleagues will also enhance learner development.
Assessment Criteria
ProjectProject proposal and report (10,000 words)100

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