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Students learn to consider how hazard and risk can be managed, in relation to personal and professional circumstances. They will examine the risk management process in detail to increase knowledge and understanding of hazard and risk management techniques.
|Session||Full Year||Credit Points||15 credits (7.5 ECTS credits)|
This course will engage students in peer work and independent study. Students are required to complete a report and reflective account on responding to hazard and risk in a professional context.
The course is a 15 credit SCQF level 9 course mostly online but can be done on campus if there are enough participants. Participants are required to attend an induction.
To undertake this course participants ideally should be employed in a relevant professional context or be able to access one. Voluntary work is acceptable. It is recommended that course ED3082 Understanding Hazard and Risk as a Professional is completed before this course.
Contact the course co-ordinator if in doubt about suitability for access.
Information on contact teaching time is available from the course guide.
1st Attempt: 3,000 word report and reflective account on responding to hazard and risk within a professional context to include:
Formative assessment will be done throughout the course, done both verbally and in written format. Formative asessment will be done during the workshops and through discussion. Written formative work will be given appropriate written feedback.