ADMISSION
Course Duration :2 Years

This course builds on your academic skills whilst helping you to develop the clinical competence to practice as a newly graduated occupational therapist. You explore the profession across the breadth of occupational therapy practice, experiencing several clinical and practice settings including a non-traditional context. Besides intervention strategies, you will gain experience in applying sound clinical reasoning and learn something of the professional role within the multidisciplinary and multi-agency practice.
The college is committed to the development of quality courses and to the enhancement of the student experience. This course, for practicing occupational therapists, aims to develop your knowledge and essential skills to help you progress your career; we will encourage you to utilise evaluative, critical thinking skills to explore your profession, enabling you to make a meaningful contribution to the improvement of patient care. You will develop the knowledge required to approach your practice innovatively, apply research and evidence to shape current and future practice in your home country and beyond. This is a flexible course that allows you to tailor your own professional development to suit your needs, through a range of occupational therapy and interprofessional modules such as developing your skills in patient safety or transforming care systems and services through leadership. Your learning will be supported by experienced researchers and academics who are experts in their field.  Be part of something life-changing and take on a new challenge today. The involvement of research-active and clinical staff in course design and delivery. Making sure you are learning the most relevant and up to date skills in all areas which you want to specilize

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FIRST YEAR

- Research Methodology and Statistics
- Application Of Occupational Therapy Theory, Assistive/Rehabilitation Technology And Environment Adaptations
-  Professional Development
- Practice Environments For Physical Dysfunction
- Practice Environments in Mental Health 100 Hours
- Practice Environments For physical Dysfunctions And  in Mental Health

SECOND YEAR

- Bio-Mechanics
- Occupational Therapy In Orthopaedics-I
- Occupational Therapy In Orthopaedics-II
- Professional Development & Bio-Mechanics In Orthopaedics Conditions
- Occupational Therapy In orthopedics
- Clinical Practice (including Dissertation)

Successful postgraduates of the course are hired in capacities such as Occupational Therapist, Research Assistant, Academician, Supervisor etc., in hospitals, rehabilitation centres, primary care, community health centres, early intervention centres, education establishments, government agencies, mental health services etc.