FW2711 - Supervised Field Placement Experience IV

The purpose of this final supervised field placement is to provide second-year students the experience in administrative practices and procedures at an approved setting in a community-based agency/organization.  Through classroom and individual assessments, the instructor will work with students to provide opportunity for a four-week placement to express leadership skills and work independently in an agency that may provide the following administrative experiences: financial management, staff and public relations, program development, organizational administration and facility management and operations. Students will be expected to show a high level of management and leadership skills throughout this placement and work independently throughout the four-week placement. Students will review previous placement experiences, types of placement and placement documentation issues and concerns. Students may be placed in a variety of community agencies such as long-term care facilities, hospitals, youth-serving agencies, government, provincial sport and recreation departments and municipal recreation departments.  The instructor supervises and evaluates the student’s progress in conjunction with a field supervisor (who is normally an employee in the placement agency).

Prerequisite(s): FW2710, RS1320, Documents required: Valid First Aid/CPR Certificate, Clear Certificate of Conduct (must be dated no more 2 months prior to the start of the semester, Vulnerable Sector Check, Updated Immunization Record, Current Resume

Corequisite(s): MN1410

This course is offered in the following programs:
Community Recreation Leadership