Learn how people’s activities or occupations are central to their health and wellbeing and how to help people engage in life as fully as possible on this course. You will also apply your skills and knowledge during four practice learning placements. In addition you will have a one week observation in your first semester. Placements cover the areas of physical health, mental health, working in the community and in a non-traditional or extended scope setting. Examples include working in a community mental health team, a brain injury rehabilitation unit, social services, acute hospital ward , a children’s service, charity or voluntary service. Your studies within the University centre around a number of specially equipped facilities, including a vocational rehabilitation room with equipment used to help people back into the workplace. Your student membership fees for the College of Occupational Therapists are paid, enabling you to access the services they provide. Our student led subgroup of our local professional networks, SHOUT (Sheffield Hallam occupational therapy undergraduate team) organises monthly CPD events for clinicians, staff and students.