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I. SUBJECT DESCRIPTION
II. SUBJECT REQUIREMENTS
III. COURSE CURRICULUM
SUBJECT DATA
OBJECTIVES AND LEARNING OUTCOMES
TESTING AND ASSESSMENT OF LEARNING PERFORMANCE
THEMATIC UNITS AND FURTHER DETAILS
Subject name
FIELD WORK III
ID (subject code)
BMEGT52S168
Type of subject
- a unit based on independent work supported by presentation and consultation
Course types and lessons
Type
Lessons
Lecture
8
Practice
20
Laboratory
0
Type of assessment
mid-term grade
Number of credits
8
Subject Coordinator
Name
Gerákné dr. Krasz Katalin
Position
assistant professor
Contact details
krasz.kata@gtk.bme.hu
Educational organisational unit for the subject
Department of Ergonomics and Psychology
Subject website
Language of the subject
magyar - HU
Curricular role of the subject, recommended number of terms

Programme: Work and Organisational Psychologist 2010

Subject Role: Compulsory core material

Recommended semester: 4

Direct prerequisites
Strong
Terepgyakorlat I és II - Field work I-II
Weak
None
Parallel
None
Exclusion
None
Validity of the Subject Description
Approved by the Faculty Education Committee of Faculty of Economic and Social Sciences (Valid from: 06.09.2021.)

Objectives

The aim of the field work is for the students to gain experience of the tasks of work and organisational psycholo-gists, to get to know a given field of specialisation (human resource development, organisational development consultancy, public transport psychology, armed forces), to perform work and organisational psychology tasks and solve problems by applying the theoretical knowledge acquired in practice, thereby developing the compe-tences necessary for independent work. During the field work, they work independently under the supervision of a practical trainer, becoming involved in the real project work of the trainer.

Academic results

Knowledge
  1. Knowledge of the applied areas of work and organisational psychology.
  2. Knowledge of the applied methods of work and organisational psychology.
  3. Knowledge of psychological concepts and models of various workplace and organisational processes, typical phenomena and problems.
Skills
  1. Ability to plan and carry out independent fieldwork.
  2. Ability to perform independent, professional tasks.
  3. Ability to process and document a specific workplace or organisational case.
Attitude
  1. Open to learning, understanding and authentically communicating professional knowledge in the field,
  2. Seeks to integrate his/her knowledge of psychology into practice,
  3. Consciously plans and builds professional relationships,
  4. Strives to apply the knowledge and skills acquired confidently and effectively for the development of ot-hers,
  5. Cooperates readily with colleagues from other professions,
  6. Represent and cultivate acquired theoretical and practical knowledge in a credible and ethical manner.
Independence and responsibility
  1. Think constructively and solution-oriented using the psychological knowledge, tools and practices acqui-red,
  2. Able to plan, develop and implement workplace/organisational programmes with different contents using the knowledge acquired,
  3. Applies a systems approach in their thinking, adapted to an organisational context,
  4. Able to take responsibility for the professional content of the programmes he/she develops,
  5. Cooperates with representatives of other professions in the solution of various tasks, in the design and implementation of programmes.

Teaching methodology

Consultation sessions on experiences of guided, external practice. Use of IT tools and techniques, group consulta-tion, individual presentations and self-designed written assignment using given criteria.

Materials supporting learning

  • Nijian, Z. & Richard, D. P. (2016). Field Experience. Transitioning from Student to Professional. United Kingdom: SAGE Publications, Ltd. 

General Rules

Assessment of the learning outcomes set out in point 2.2 on the basis of a mid-semester written essay and an oral presentation.

Performance assessment methods

A. A detailed description of the performance assessments carried out during the term-period: 1. Participatory performance evaluation (individual consultations): development and deepening of profes-sional skills, attitudes, autonomy and responsibility competences in face-to-face consultations with the professional practice instructor. 2. Performance evaluation (written essay): the written essay should include the specific activity that the student has carried out in the field, describe the work process and its outcome, and summarise the knowledge and competences acquired during the work. 3. Based on his/her self-awareness, he/she should highlight the competences he/she has developed during the placement and the direction he/she sees his/her career development taking.

Percentage of performance assessments, conducted during the study period, within the rating

  • Performance evaluation (consultation): 40%
  • Performance assessment (written test): 30%
  • Performance assessment (presentation): 30%
  • sum: 100%

Percentage of exam elements within the rating

  • :

Issuing grades

%
Excellent -100
Very good 85–100
Good 70–85
Satisfactory 55–70
Pass 40–55
Fail < 40

Retake and late completion

Homework submitted and accepted may be corrected free of charge by the deadline and in the manner specified.

Coursework required for the completion of the subject

Nature of work Number of sessions per term
160
40
32
8
240

Approval and validity of subject requirements

Pre-2017, next review September 2021.

Topics covered during the term

A 2.2. pontban megfogalmazott tanulási eredmények eléréséhez a tantárgy a következő tematikai blokkokból áll. Az egyes félévekben meghirdetett kurzusok sillabuszaiban e témaelemeket ütemezzük a naptári és egyéb adottságok szerint.

Lecture topics
1. Egyéni konzultáció a szakmai gyakorlati oktatóval a terepgyakorlat helyszínén végzett szakmai munkáról.
2. Az önálló, szakmai munkához kapcsolt írásbeli dolgozat és prezentáció elkészítése.
3. A szakmai munka bemutatása, prezentálása csoportos konzultáción.

Additional lecturers

Name Position Contact details
Dr. Juhász Márta egyetemi docens juhasz.marta@gtk.bme.hu
Dr. Kun Ágota egyetemi adjunktus kun.agota@gtk.bme.hu
Bóka Ferenc megbízott tanszéki munkatárs boka.ferenc@centura.hu
Döbrentey Zsolt megbízott tanszéki munkatárs dobrentey@gmail.com
Villám Orsolya megbízott tanszéki munkatárs villam.orsolya@gmail.com
Balogh Péter megbízott tanszéki munkatárs balogh.peter@gmail.com
Németh Zita megbízott tanszéki munkatárs nemeth.zita@t-online.hu
Németh Gergely megbízott tanszéki munkatárs nemeth.gergely@cova.hu

Approval and validity of subject requirements