Practicum and Internship • Information is provided in the Manuals for applying for practicum/internship, practicum/internship site requirements, practicum/internship site supervisor requirements, practicum/internship faculty supervisor requirements, practicum/internship student expectations and requirements, and copies of required forms. • The manuals can be accessed at http://ualr.edu/chpr/graduate-programs/rehabilitation-counseling/practicum-internship/ • Deadlines for practicum and internship applications are as follows: Fall Semester: June 15 Spring Semester: September 15 Summer Semester: March 15
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Supervision of Student Interns vs. Registered Interns  This course meets the requirements to become a Qualified Supervisor for social work registered interns. The focus of this training is on the supervision of social work interns who are students in an accredited social work program.  There are differences between the supervision of student interns and the supervision of registered social work clinical interns. Student Interns  Still completing the MSW degree  Requirements are set by Council on Social Work Education (national accrediting body of graduate and undergraduate social work programs)  Students must receive 1 hour of weekly face-to-face supervision with a professional with a degree in Social Work Office of Field Education - Jan. 2014 2
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Respect, Reward, Recognize You, the preceptor, are my partner in the education of dietetic interns. My goal is to have you actively participate in the continuous quality improvement process surrounding the UCA Dietetic Internship (DI). Your input regarding the interns, scheduling, rotations, assignments, etc. is essential to the success of this internship. I RESPECT your expertise and welcome your feedback on a continuous basis, both through informal and formal means. The UCA Dietetic Interns must demonstrate professional attributes including timeliness, organization, RESPECT, a positive attitude, motivation, open-mindedness, flexibility, and patience. Interns must always be RESPECTFUL of your willingness to precept and understand that your full-time commitment and priority to providing patient/client care and/or high-quality food and nutrition services is in addition to precepting. In an effort to REWARD you for your time and to make the precepting of UCA dietetic interns as efficient and seamless as possible, we host a preceptor training and luncheon each spring. Additionally, we strongly recommend that all preceptors complete the on-line CDR Dietetic Preceptor Training Course. Each August at the Dietetic Intern Graduation Reception, preceptors will be RECOGNIZED for their contribution to the UCA DI program. Interns will nominate preceptors in each of three areas: Community, Clinical, and Foodservice. These preceptors will also be nominated for the AND Outstanding Preceptor Award.
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Practicum and Internship • Clinical training is designed to enable students to apply the information, concepts and skills they have learned in their academic courses. All students must complete the prerequisite courses with a “B” or better before they enter practicum. • All Practicum requirements must be completed prior to beginning the Internship experience. • The policies, procedures and requirement documentation for the Practicum fieldwork and Internship fieldwork experiences are located within the Practicum Manual and Internship Manual, respectively, and both manuals are intended to provide the student with detailed information and procedures for applying for and participating in his/her rehabilitation counseling practicum and internship experience.
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