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BASES SEPAR/SE Workshop – Reflective Practice for Sport and Exercise Scientists
February 17, 2024 @ 10:00 am - 2:00 pm UTC+0£100
Price: Included in SEPAR application fee/ SE candidates £100
Booking Deadline: Thursday 8 February 2024, Midnight
The aim of this workshop is to introduce candidates to the theory and practice of reflective practice and to offer guidance and instruction as to how existing models of reflective practice can be applied to the development of sport and exercise scientists.
Learning outcomes of the workshop:
- Identify how different types of knowledge can be developed through reflective practice
- Appreciate and apply different theoretical models of reflective practice
- Utilise reflective practice as a tool for self-development
- Record and evidence their use of reflective practice
To limit the ‘online’ time and to allow for discussions in the workshops there will be pre-Workshop tasks and self directed resources. You should set aside around 2 or 3 hours of your time to ensure that they are completed before joining the online session. These will be sent a week prior to the workshop.
1.5.1 Current Issues in the Professional Practice of Sport & Exercise Psychology
2.6.3 Select and assess elements of consultant effectiveness appropriate to the role, consultancy expectations and service deliverables
3.2.1 Analyse their own strengths and weaknesses and identify areas for personal development
3.2.2 Understand the value of reflection on practice and evidence engagement in the process
3.2.3 Demonstrate a commitment to, and engagement with, professional development through continuing advancement of own knowledge, understanding and competence
This workshop also contributes to some extent to the following SEPAR Competencies:
1.1.1 The Nature of Sport and Exercise Psychology
1.4.1 The Sport Sciences and Allied Professions
2.1.2 Demonstrate the ability to communicate effectively using verbal and non-verbal approaches with specialist and non-specialist audiences via verbal reports
2.6.2 Select elements of evaluating intervention effectiveness appropriate to the agreed outcomes
2.6.4 Demonstrate the need for ongoing monitoring and evaluation in order to revise intervention plans where necessary
3.1.1 State and justify their own philosophical approach to practice
3.3.4 Demonstrate an understanding and compliance with relevant codes of conduct (e.g., BASES, HCPC) to ensure ethical and safeguarding principles are applied in practice
3.4.2 Effectively manage resources and risks to ensure the wellbeing of self and others