Seinäjoki University of Applied Sciences
Curricula

FYSTER

FYSTER

 

2016-2017                       General Competencies Subject Specific Competencies
Starting time 2016 autumn                       Y1


Learning competence


- is able to self-evaluate and develop one’s competence and learning style orientation
- is able to retrieve and analyze information and evaluate it critically
- is capable of taking responsibility for collaborative learning and sharing knowledge in teams
Y2


Ethical competence


- is able to take responsibility for one’s own actions and for the consequences of these actions
- is able to work according to the ethical principles of the subject field
- is able to take other people into account in one’s actions
- is able to apply the principles of equality
- is able to apply the principles of sustainable development
- is capable of social influencing using one’s know-how and based on ethical values
Y3


Working community competence


- is able to operate as a member of a work community
- is able to operate in communicative and interactive situations in working life
- is able to utilize information and communications technology in one’s subject field
- knows the working life in one’s subject field and is able to create personal contacts in working life and to operate in professional networks
- is capable of decision making in unpredicted situations
- is able to apply the principles of organizational management and leadership in working life and has abilities for supervision tasks
- possesses entrepreneurial skills
Y4


Innovation competence


- is able to conduct research, development and innovation projects applying the existing knowledge and methods of the field
- is able to work in projects
- is capable of creative problem solving and development of working methods
- is able to find customer-oriented, sustainable and profitable solutions
Y5


Internationalization competence


-possesses communicative competence necessary for one’s work and for professional development in the subject field
- is able to operate in a multicultural environment
- takes into account the effects of and opportunities for internationalization development in one’s own field
Y6


Entrepreneurial competence


- Understanding of the interaction involved in the operations in a company and the business environment, and of the concept of entrepreneurship and the entrepreneurial way of working.
- Understanding of the principles associated with a profitable business, and ability to analyse the operations and risks in a business.
Y7


Quality control competence


- Knowledge of the typical field-related quality control systems
- Understanding of quality-control and the requirements of quality-control systems.
101


Physiotherapeutic assessment and clinical reasoning


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to examine and analyze function and dysfunction, especially mobility
- is able to draw up physiotherapy plans based on assessment and clinical reasoning in collaboration with the client to meet the client's needs
- is able to evaluate and monitor the effectiveness of physiotherapy
102


Counselling and guidance competence


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to apply a variety of teaching and counselling interventions to purposefully maintain and promote clients' functional capacity and health
- is able to apply the principles of motor learning to promote the clients'/groups' mobility and functional capacity
- is able to use therapeutic exercise methods in work with groups
- is able to plan and supervise exercise promoting health and functional capacity
103


Therapeutic competence


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to apply evidence-based knowledge in planning individualised physiotherapy
- is capable of client activation and reciprocal interaction
- is able to plan and implement therapeutic exercises on the basis of pathophysiology, stress physiology, neurophysiology and biomechanics
- is able to apply physical therapy interventions
- is capable of purposeful application of manual therapy
104


Collaboration and social competence


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to work both independently and as a member of multi-professional teams, groups, integrated care pathways and expert networks
- is able to actively contribute to the development and provision of physiotherapy and related services to respond to the national and international challenges in rehabilitation, sports and in the health and social sector
- has documentation and reporting skills
105


Technology competence


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to make use of the technological advances in the planning, implementation and evaluation of physiotherapy
- is able to apply technology in the assessment of mobility and function ; is able to use adaptive aids to support clients' mobility and function
- is able to plan free access environments in multi-professional collaboration
- is able to apply ergonomics to adapt work and living environments to match human needs and characteristics
   
  Degree Programme in Physiotherapy (in Finnish), 210 cr                          

   CR                               
Study year --> 1.  2.   3.  4.                                  
  Semester --> A S A S A S A S   Tot.                              
  Yearly load --> 57   63   69   21                                    
Code Stream / Study module 26 31 30 33 35 34 21 0   210                              
YPO BASIC STUDIES COMMON TO ALL IN SEAMK                   20                              
YPOA Building competence                   10                              
YPO1A2 Study and working life skills 2                 2   x


Learning competence


- is able to self-evaluate and develop one’s competence and learning style orientation
- is able to retrieve and analyze information and evaluate it critically
- is capable of taking responsibility for collaborative learning and sharing knowledge in teams
                     
YPO2A2 Internationalization Skills   2               2        x                  
YPO3A3 Communication Skills 3                 3    x  x                      
YPO4A3 ICT Skills 3                 3    x    x                      
YPOB Business and entrepreneurship competence                   5                              
YPO1B3 Business Operations and Entrepreneurship         3         3    x  x    x  x                
YPO2B2 Basics of Business Competence           2       2    x  x  x    x  x              
YPOC Research and project work skills                   5                              
YPO1C2 Introduction to Research and Development     2             2    x  x  x  x                    
YPO2C3 Introduction to Project Work       3           3    x  x  x                    
STPO BASIC STUDIES IN SOCIAL AND HEALTH CARE                   10                              
STPO101 As an Expert in the Social and Health Field   2               2   x


Learning competence


- is able to self-evaluate and develop one’s competence and learning style orientation
- is able to retrieve and analyze information and evaluate it critically
- is capable of taking responsibility for collaborative learning and sharing knowledge in teams
x


Ethical competence


- is able to take responsibility for one’s own actions and for the consequences of these actions
- is able to work according to the ethical principles of the subject field
- is able to take other people into account in one’s actions
- is able to apply the principles of equality
- is able to apply the principles of sustainable development
- is capable of social influencing using one’s know-how and based on ethical values
x


Working community competence


- is able to operate as a member of a work community
- is able to operate in communicative and interactive situations in working life
- is able to utilize information and communications technology in one’s subject field
- knows the working life in one’s subject field and is able to create personal contacts in working life and to operate in professional networks
- is capable of decision making in unpredicted situations
- is able to apply the principles of organizational management and leadership in working life and has abilities for supervision tasks
- possesses entrepreneurial skills
x


Innovation competence


- is able to conduct research, development and innovation projects applying the existing knowledge and methods of the field
- is able to work in projects
- is capable of creative problem solving and development of working methods
- is able to find customer-oriented, sustainable and profitable solutions
            x


Collaboration and social competence


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to work both independently and as a member of multi-professional teams, groups, integrated care pathways and expert networks
- is able to actively contribute to the development and provision of physiotherapy and related services to respond to the national and international challenges in rehabilitation, sports and in the health and social sector
- has documentation and reporting skills
     
STPO201 Basics of Drug Care     2             2     x


Ethical competence


- is able to take responsibility for one’s own actions and for the consequences of these actions
- is able to work according to the ethical principles of the subject field
- is able to take other people into account in one’s actions
- is able to apply the principles of equality
- is able to apply the principles of sustainable development
- is capable of social influencing using one’s know-how and based on ethical values
              x


Therapeutic competence


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to apply evidence-based knowledge in planning individualised physiotherapy
- is capable of client activation and reciprocal interaction
- is able to plan and implement therapeutic exercises on the basis of pathophysiology, stress physiology, neurophysiology and biomechanics
- is able to apply physical therapy interventions
- is capable of purposeful application of manual therapy
       
KG10AP23 English 3                 3   x


Learning competence


- is able to self-evaluate and develop one’s competence and learning style orientation
- is able to retrieve and analyze information and evaluate it critically
- is capable of taking responsibility for collaborative learning and sharing knowledge in teams
  x


Working community competence


- is able to operate as a member of a work community
- is able to operate in communicative and interactive situations in working life
- is able to utilize information and communications technology in one’s subject field
- knows the working life in one’s subject field and is able to create personal contacts in working life and to operate in professional networks
- is capable of decision making in unpredicted situations
- is able to apply the principles of organizational management and leadership in working life and has abilities for supervision tasks
- possesses entrepreneurial skills
x


Innovation competence


- is able to conduct research, development and innovation projects applying the existing knowledge and methods of the field
- is able to work in projects
- is capable of creative problem solving and development of working methods
- is able to find customer-oriented, sustainable and profitable solutions
x


Internationalization competence


-possesses communicative competence necessary for one’s work and for professional development in the subject field
- is able to operate in a multicultural environment
- takes into account the effects of and opportunities for internationalization development in one’s own field
  x


Quality control competence


- Knowledge of the typical field-related quality control systems
- Understanding of quality-control and the requirements of quality-control systems.
             
KG10AP24 Swedish   3               3   x


Learning competence


- is able to self-evaluate and develop one’s competence and learning style orientation
- is able to retrieve and analyze information and evaluate it critically
- is capable of taking responsibility for collaborative learning and sharing knowledge in teams
  x


Working community competence


- is able to operate as a member of a work community
- is able to operate in communicative and interactive situations in working life
- is able to utilize information and communications technology in one’s subject field
- knows the working life in one’s subject field and is able to create personal contacts in working life and to operate in professional networks
- is capable of decision making in unpredicted situations
- is able to apply the principles of organizational management and leadership in working life and has abilities for supervision tasks
- possesses entrepreneurial skills
x


Innovation competence


- is able to conduct research, development and innovation projects applying the existing knowledge and methods of the field
- is able to work in projects
- is capable of creative problem solving and development of working methods
- is able to find customer-oriented, sustainable and profitable solutions
x


Internationalization competence


-possesses communicative competence necessary for one’s work and for professional development in the subject field
- is able to operate in a multicultural environment
- takes into account the effects of and opportunities for internationalization development in one’s own field
  x


Quality control competence


- Knowledge of the typical field-related quality control systems
- Understanding of quality-control and the requirements of quality-control systems.
             
FTO BASIC STUDIES IN THE DEGREE PROGRAMME IN PHYSIOTHERAPY                   155                              
KG10AP33 Professional Development in Physiotherapy 1     1             1   x


Learning competence


- is able to self-evaluate and develop one’s competence and learning style orientation
- is able to retrieve and analyze information and evaluate it critically
- is capable of taking responsibility for collaborative learning and sharing knowledge in teams
x


Ethical competence


- is able to take responsibility for one’s own actions and for the consequences of these actions
- is able to work according to the ethical principles of the subject field
- is able to take other people into account in one’s actions
- is able to apply the principles of equality
- is able to apply the principles of sustainable development
- is capable of social influencing using one’s know-how and based on ethical values
x


Working community competence


- is able to operate as a member of a work community
- is able to operate in communicative and interactive situations in working life
- is able to utilize information and communications technology in one’s subject field
- knows the working life in one’s subject field and is able to create personal contacts in working life and to operate in professional networks
- is capable of decision making in unpredicted situations
- is able to apply the principles of organizational management and leadership in working life and has abilities for supervision tasks
- possesses entrepreneurial skills
x


Innovation competence


- is able to conduct research, development and innovation projects applying the existing knowledge and methods of the field
- is able to work in projects
- is capable of creative problem solving and development of working methods
- is able to find customer-oriented, sustainable and profitable solutions
      x


Physiotherapeutic assessment and clinical reasoning


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to examine and analyze function and dysfunction, especially mobility
- is able to draw up physiotherapy plans based on assessment and clinical reasoning in collaboration with the client to meet the client's needs
- is able to evaluate and monitor the effectiveness of physiotherapy
    x


Collaboration and social competence


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to work both independently and as a member of multi-professional teams, groups, integrated care pathways and expert networks
- is able to actively contribute to the development and provision of physiotherapy and related services to respond to the national and international challenges in rehabilitation, sports and in the health and social sector
- has documentation and reporting skills
     
KG10AP34 Professional Development in Physiotherapy 2             1     1   x


Learning competence


- is able to self-evaluate and develop one’s competence and learning style orientation
- is able to retrieve and analyze information and evaluate it critically
- is capable of taking responsibility for collaborative learning and sharing knowledge in teams
x


Ethical competence


- is able to take responsibility for one’s own actions and for the consequences of these actions
- is able to work according to the ethical principles of the subject field
- is able to take other people into account in one’s actions
- is able to apply the principles of equality
- is able to apply the principles of sustainable development
- is capable of social influencing using one’s know-how and based on ethical values
x


Working community competence


- is able to operate as a member of a work community
- is able to operate in communicative and interactive situations in working life
- is able to utilize information and communications technology in one’s subject field
- knows the working life in one’s subject field and is able to create personal contacts in working life and to operate in professional networks
- is capable of decision making in unpredicted situations
- is able to apply the principles of organizational management and leadership in working life and has abilities for supervision tasks
- possesses entrepreneurial skills
x


Innovation competence


- is able to conduct research, development and innovation projects applying the existing knowledge and methods of the field
- is able to work in projects
- is capable of creative problem solving and development of working methods
- is able to find customer-oriented, sustainable and profitable solutions
      x


Physiotherapeutic assessment and clinical reasoning


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to examine and analyze function and dysfunction, especially mobility
- is able to draw up physiotherapy plans based on assessment and clinical reasoning in collaboration with the client to meet the client's needs
- is able to evaluate and monitor the effectiveness of physiotherapy
    x


Collaboration and social competence


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to work both independently and as a member of multi-professional teams, groups, integrated care pathways and expert networks
- is able to actively contribute to the development and provision of physiotherapy and related services to respond to the national and international challenges in rehabilitation, sports and in the health and social sector
- has documentation and reporting skills
     
KG10AP25 First Aid   2               2   x


Learning competence


- is able to self-evaluate and develop one’s competence and learning style orientation
- is able to retrieve and analyze information and evaluate it critically
- is capable of taking responsibility for collaborative learning and sharing knowledge in teams
  x


Working community competence


- is able to operate as a member of a work community
- is able to operate in communicative and interactive situations in working life
- is able to utilize information and communications technology in one’s subject field
- knows the working life in one’s subject field and is able to create personal contacts in working life and to operate in professional networks
- is capable of decision making in unpredicted situations
- is able to apply the principles of organizational management and leadership in working life and has abilities for supervision tasks
- possesses entrepreneurial skills
            x


Therapeutic competence


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to apply evidence-based knowledge in planning individualised physiotherapy
- is capable of client activation and reciprocal interaction
- is able to plan and implement therapeutic exercises on the basis of pathophysiology, stress physiology, neurophysiology and biomechanics
- is able to apply physical therapy interventions
- is capable of purposeful application of manual therapy
x


Collaboration and social competence


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to work both independently and as a member of multi-professional teams, groups, integrated care pathways and expert networks
- is able to actively contribute to the development and provision of physiotherapy and related services to respond to the national and international challenges in rehabilitation, sports and in the health and social sector
- has documentation and reporting skills
     
KG10AP35 As a Student in the Degree Programme in Physiotherapy 2                 2   x


Learning competence


- is able to self-evaluate and develop one’s competence and learning style orientation
- is able to retrieve and analyze information and evaluate it critically
- is capable of taking responsibility for collaborative learning and sharing knowledge in teams
x


Ethical competence


- is able to take responsibility for one’s own actions and for the consequences of these actions
- is able to work according to the ethical principles of the subject field
- is able to take other people into account in one’s actions
- is able to apply the principles of equality
- is able to apply the principles of sustainable development
- is capable of social influencing using one’s know-how and based on ethical values
x


Working community competence


- is able to operate as a member of a work community
- is able to operate in communicative and interactive situations in working life
- is able to utilize information and communications technology in one’s subject field
- knows the working life in one’s subject field and is able to create personal contacts in working life and to operate in professional networks
- is capable of decision making in unpredicted situations
- is able to apply the principles of organizational management and leadership in working life and has abilities for supervision tasks
- possesses entrepreneurial skills
x


Innovation competence


- is able to conduct research, development and innovation projects applying the existing knowledge and methods of the field
- is able to work in projects
- is capable of creative problem solving and development of working methods
- is able to find customer-oriented, sustainable and profitable solutions
              x


Technology competence


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to make use of the technological advances in the planning, implementation and evaluation of physiotherapy
- is able to apply technology in the assessment of mobility and function ; is able to use adaptive aids to support clients' mobility and function
- is able to plan free access environments in multi-professional collaboration
- is able to apply ergonomics to adapt work and living environments to match human needs and characteristics
   
KG10AP36 Health and Rehabilitation Services in Finland 4                 4                              
KGF00FI Finnish Society and Social Policy 3                 3   x


Learning competence


- is able to self-evaluate and develop one’s competence and learning style orientation
- is able to retrieve and analyze information and evaluate it critically
- is capable of taking responsibility for collaborative learning and sharing knowledge in teams
x


Ethical competence


- is able to take responsibility for one’s own actions and for the consequences of these actions
- is able to work according to the ethical principles of the subject field
- is able to take other people into account in one’s actions
- is able to apply the principles of equality
- is able to apply the principles of sustainable development
- is capable of social influencing using one’s know-how and based on ethical values
x


Working community competence


- is able to operate as a member of a work community
- is able to operate in communicative and interactive situations in working life
- is able to utilize information and communications technology in one’s subject field
- knows the working life in one’s subject field and is able to create personal contacts in working life and to operate in professional networks
- is capable of decision making in unpredicted situations
- is able to apply the principles of organizational management and leadership in working life and has abilities for supervision tasks
- possesses entrepreneurial skills
x


Innovation competence


- is able to conduct research, development and innovation projects applying the existing knowledge and methods of the field
- is able to work in projects
- is capable of creative problem solving and development of working methods
- is able to find customer-oriented, sustainable and profitable solutions
x


Internationalization competence


-possesses communicative competence necessary for one’s work and for professional development in the subject field
- is able to operate in a multicultural environment
- takes into account the effects of and opportunities for internationalization development in one’s own field
          x


Collaboration and social competence


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to work both independently and as a member of multi-professional teams, groups, integrated care pathways and expert networks
- is able to actively contribute to the development and provision of physiotherapy and related services to respond to the national and international challenges in rehabilitation, sports and in the health and social sector
- has documentation and reporting skills
     
KG10APE3 Practical Training as Orientation to Physiotherapy Profession 3                 3   x


Learning competence


- is able to self-evaluate and develop one’s competence and learning style orientation
- is able to retrieve and analyze information and evaluate it critically
- is capable of taking responsibility for collaborative learning and sharing knowledge in teams
x


Ethical competence


- is able to take responsibility for one’s own actions and for the consequences of these actions
- is able to work according to the ethical principles of the subject field
- is able to take other people into account in one’s actions
- is able to apply the principles of equality
- is able to apply the principles of sustainable development
- is capable of social influencing using one’s know-how and based on ethical values
x


Working community competence


- is able to operate as a member of a work community
- is able to operate in communicative and interactive situations in working life
- is able to utilize information and communications technology in one’s subject field
- knows the working life in one’s subject field and is able to create personal contacts in working life and to operate in professional networks
- is capable of decision making in unpredicted situations
- is able to apply the principles of organizational management and leadership in working life and has abilities for supervision tasks
- possesses entrepreneurial skills
x


Innovation competence


- is able to conduct research, development and innovation projects applying the existing knowledge and methods of the field
- is able to work in projects
- is capable of creative problem solving and development of working methods
- is able to find customer-oriented, sustainable and profitable solutions
      x


Physiotherapeutic assessment and clinical reasoning


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to examine and analyze function and dysfunction, especially mobility
- is able to draw up physiotherapy plans based on assessment and clinical reasoning in collaboration with the client to meet the client's needs
- is able to evaluate and monitor the effectiveness of physiotherapy
  x


Therapeutic competence


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to apply evidence-based knowledge in planning individualised physiotherapy
- is capable of client activation and reciprocal interaction
- is able to plan and implement therapeutic exercises on the basis of pathophysiology, stress physiology, neurophysiology and biomechanics
- is able to apply physical therapy interventions
- is capable of purposeful application of manual therapy
x


Collaboration and social competence


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to work both independently and as a member of multi-professional teams, groups, integrated care pathways and expert networks
- is able to actively contribute to the development and provision of physiotherapy and related services to respond to the national and international challenges in rehabilitation, sports and in the health and social sector
- has documentation and reporting skills
     
KG10AP37 Human movement and functioning                   8                              
KG10AP091 Individual as a Psychophysical Entity   4               4       x


Working community competence


- is able to operate as a member of a work community
- is able to operate in communicative and interactive situations in working life
- is able to utilize information and communications technology in one’s subject field
- knows the working life in one’s subject field and is able to create personal contacts in working life and to operate in professional networks
- is capable of decision making in unpredicted situations
- is able to apply the principles of organizational management and leadership in working life and has abilities for supervision tasks
- possesses entrepreneurial skills
        x


Physiotherapeutic assessment and clinical reasoning


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to examine and analyze function and dysfunction, especially mobility
- is able to draw up physiotherapy plans based on assessment and clinical reasoning in collaboration with the client to meet the client's needs
- is able to evaluate and monitor the effectiveness of physiotherapy
x


Counselling and guidance competence


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to apply a variety of teaching and counselling interventions to purposefully maintain and promote clients' functional capacity and health
- is able to apply the principles of motor learning to promote the clients'/groups' mobility and functional capacity
- is able to use therapeutic exercise methods in work with groups
- is able to plan and supervise exercise promoting health and functional capacity
x


Therapeutic competence


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to apply evidence-based knowledge in planning individualised physiotherapy
- is capable of client activation and reciprocal interaction
- is able to plan and implement therapeutic exercises on the basis of pathophysiology, stress physiology, neurophysiology and biomechanics
- is able to apply physical therapy interventions
- is capable of purposeful application of manual therapy
x


Collaboration and social competence


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to work both independently and as a member of multi-professional teams, groups, integrated care pathways and expert networks
- is able to actively contribute to the development and provision of physiotherapy and related services to respond to the national and international challenges in rehabilitation, sports and in the health and social sector
- has documentation and reporting skills
     
KG10AP093 Individual in a Changing Environment   2               2       x


Working community competence


- is able to operate as a member of a work community
- is able to operate in communicative and interactive situations in working life
- is able to utilize information and communications technology in one’s subject field
- knows the working life in one’s subject field and is able to create personal contacts in working life and to operate in professional networks
- is capable of decision making in unpredicted situations
- is able to apply the principles of organizational management and leadership in working life and has abilities for supervision tasks
- possesses entrepreneurial skills
        x


Physiotherapeutic assessment and clinical reasoning


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to examine and analyze function and dysfunction, especially mobility
- is able to draw up physiotherapy plans based on assessment and clinical reasoning in collaboration with the client to meet the client's needs
- is able to evaluate and monitor the effectiveness of physiotherapy
x


Counselling and guidance competence


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to apply a variety of teaching and counselling interventions to purposefully maintain and promote clients' functional capacity and health
- is able to apply the principles of motor learning to promote the clients'/groups' mobility and functional capacity
- is able to use therapeutic exercise methods in work with groups
- is able to plan and supervise exercise promoting health and functional capacity
x


Therapeutic competence


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to apply evidence-based knowledge in planning individualised physiotherapy
- is capable of client activation and reciprocal interaction
- is able to plan and implement therapeutic exercises on the basis of pathophysiology, stress physiology, neurophysiology and biomechanics
- is able to apply physical therapy interventions
- is capable of purposeful application of manual therapy
x


Collaboration and social competence


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to work both independently and as a member of multi-professional teams, groups, integrated care pathways and expert networks
- is able to actively contribute to the development and provision of physiotherapy and related services to respond to the national and international challenges in rehabilitation, sports and in the health and social sector
- has documentation and reporting skills
     
KG10AP094 Individual?s Movement and Movement Control   2               2       x


Working community competence


- is able to operate as a member of a work community
- is able to operate in communicative and interactive situations in working life
- is able to utilize information and communications technology in one’s subject field
- knows the working life in one’s subject field and is able to create personal contacts in working life and to operate in professional networks
- is capable of decision making in unpredicted situations
- is able to apply the principles of organizational management and leadership in working life and has abilities for supervision tasks
- possesses entrepreneurial skills
        x


Physiotherapeutic assessment and clinical reasoning


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to examine and analyze function and dysfunction, especially mobility
- is able to draw up physiotherapy plans based on assessment and clinical reasoning in collaboration with the client to meet the client's needs
- is able to evaluate and monitor the effectiveness of physiotherapy
x


Counselling and guidance competence


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to apply a variety of teaching and counselling interventions to purposefully maintain and promote clients' functional capacity and health
- is able to apply the principles of motor learning to promote the clients'/groups' mobility and functional capacity
- is able to use therapeutic exercise methods in work with groups
- is able to plan and supervise exercise promoting health and functional capacity
x


Therapeutic competence


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to apply evidence-based knowledge in planning individualised physiotherapy
- is capable of client activation and reciprocal interaction
- is able to plan and implement therapeutic exercises on the basis of pathophysiology, stress physiology, neurophysiology and biomechanics
- is able to apply physical therapy interventions
- is capable of purposeful application of manual therapy
x


Collaboration and social competence


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to work both independently and as a member of multi-professional teams, groups, integrated care pathways and expert networks
- is able to actively contribute to the development and provision of physiotherapy and related services to respond to the national and international challenges in rehabilitation, sports and in the health and social sector
- has documentation and reporting skills
x


Technology competence


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to make use of the technological advances in the planning, implementation and evaluation of physiotherapy
- is able to apply technology in the assessment of mobility and function ; is able to use adaptive aids to support clients' mobility and function
- is able to plan free access environments in multi-professional collaboration
- is able to apply ergonomics to adapt work and living environments to match human needs and characteristics
   
KG10AP31 Research Methods 1       1           1   x


Learning competence


- is able to self-evaluate and develop one’s competence and learning style orientation
- is able to retrieve and analyze information and evaluate it critically
- is capable of taking responsibility for collaborative learning and sharing knowledge in teams
x


Ethical competence


- is able to take responsibility for one’s own actions and for the consequences of these actions
- is able to work according to the ethical principles of the subject field
- is able to take other people into account in one’s actions
- is able to apply the principles of equality
- is able to apply the principles of sustainable development
- is capable of social influencing using one’s know-how and based on ethical values
  x


Innovation competence


- is able to conduct research, development and innovation projects applying the existing knowledge and methods of the field
- is able to work in projects
- is capable of creative problem solving and development of working methods
- is able to find customer-oriented, sustainable and profitable solutions
    x


Quality control competence


- Knowledge of the typical field-related quality control systems
- Understanding of quality-control and the requirements of quality-control systems.
      x


Collaboration and social competence


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to work both independently and as a member of multi-professional teams, groups, integrated care pathways and expert networks
- is able to actively contribute to the development and provision of physiotherapy and related services to respond to the national and international challenges in rehabilitation, sports and in the health and social sector
- has documentation and reporting skills
     
KG10AP32 Research Methods 2         1         1   x


Learning competence


- is able to self-evaluate and develop one’s competence and learning style orientation
- is able to retrieve and analyze information and evaluate it critically
- is capable of taking responsibility for collaborative learning and sharing knowledge in teams
x


Ethical competence


- is able to take responsibility for one’s own actions and for the consequences of these actions
- is able to work according to the ethical principles of the subject field
- is able to take other people into account in one’s actions
- is able to apply the principles of equality
- is able to apply the principles of sustainable development
- is capable of social influencing using one’s know-how and based on ethical values
  x


Innovation competence


- is able to conduct research, development and innovation projects applying the existing knowledge and methods of the field
- is able to work in projects
- is capable of creative problem solving and development of working methods
- is able to find customer-oriented, sustainable and profitable solutions
    x


Quality control competence


- Knowledge of the typical field-related quality control systems
- Understanding of quality-control and the requirements of quality-control systems.
      x


Collaboration and social competence


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to work both independently and as a member of multi-professional teams, groups, integrated care pathways and expert networks
- is able to actively contribute to the development and provision of physiotherapy and related services to respond to the national and international challenges in rehabilitation, sports and in the health and social sector
- has documentation and reporting skills
     
KG10BP39 Assessment and Analysis of Human Mobility and Function                   6                              
KG10AP30 Evidence-based Physiotherapy   1               1                 x


Physiotherapeutic assessment and clinical reasoning


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to examine and analyze function and dysfunction, especially mobility
- is able to draw up physiotherapy plans based on assessment and clinical reasoning in collaboration with the client to meet the client's needs
- is able to evaluate and monitor the effectiveness of physiotherapy
x


Counselling and guidance competence


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to apply a variety of teaching and counselling interventions to purposefully maintain and promote clients' functional capacity and health
- is able to apply the principles of motor learning to promote the clients'/groups' mobility and functional capacity
- is able to use therapeutic exercise methods in work with groups
- is able to plan and supervise exercise promoting health and functional capacity
x


Therapeutic competence


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to apply evidence-based knowledge in planning individualised physiotherapy
- is capable of client activation and reciprocal interaction
- is able to plan and implement therapeutic exercises on the basis of pathophysiology, stress physiology, neurophysiology and biomechanics
- is able to apply physical therapy interventions
- is capable of purposeful application of manual therapy
x


Collaboration and social competence


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to work both independently and as a member of multi-professional teams, groups, integrated care pathways and expert networks
- is able to actively contribute to the development and provision of physiotherapy and related services to respond to the national and international challenges in rehabilitation, sports and in the health and social sector
- has documentation and reporting skills
x


Technology competence


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to make use of the technological advances in the planning, implementation and evaluation of physiotherapy
- is able to apply technology in the assessment of mobility and function ; is able to use adaptive aids to support clients' mobility and function
- is able to plan free access environments in multi-professional collaboration
- is able to apply ergonomics to adapt work and living environments to match human needs and characteristics
   
KG10BPO15 Individual's Musculoskeletal System and its Research   3               3                   x


Counselling and guidance competence


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to apply a variety of teaching and counselling interventions to purposefully maintain and promote clients' functional capacity and health
- is able to apply the principles of motor learning to promote the clients'/groups' mobility and functional capacity
- is able to use therapeutic exercise methods in work with groups
- is able to plan and supervise exercise promoting health and functional capacity
x


Therapeutic competence


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to apply evidence-based knowledge in planning individualised physiotherapy
- is capable of client activation and reciprocal interaction
- is able to plan and implement therapeutic exercises on the basis of pathophysiology, stress physiology, neurophysiology and biomechanics
- is able to apply physical therapy interventions
- is capable of purposeful application of manual therapy
x


Collaboration and social competence


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to work both independently and as a member of multi-professional teams, groups, integrated care pathways and expert networks
- is able to actively contribute to the development and provision of physiotherapy and related services to respond to the national and international challenges in rehabilitation, sports and in the health and social sector
- has documentation and reporting skills
     
KG10BP016 The biomechanics of basic movements   2               2   x


Learning competence


- is able to self-evaluate and develop one’s competence and learning style orientation
- is able to retrieve and analyze information and evaluate it critically
- is capable of taking responsibility for collaborative learning and sharing knowledge in teams
              x


Counselling and guidance competence


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to apply a variety of teaching and counselling interventions to purposefully maintain and promote clients' functional capacity and health
- is able to apply the principles of motor learning to promote the clients'/groups' mobility and functional capacity
- is able to use therapeutic exercise methods in work with groups
- is able to plan and supervise exercise promoting health and functional capacity
x


Therapeutic competence


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to apply evidence-based knowledge in planning individualised physiotherapy
- is capable of client activation and reciprocal interaction
- is able to plan and implement therapeutic exercises on the basis of pathophysiology, stress physiology, neurophysiology and biomechanics
- is able to apply physical therapy interventions
- is capable of purposeful application of manual therapy
x


Collaboration and social competence


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to work both independently and as a member of multi-professional teams, groups, integrated care pathways and expert networks
- is able to actively contribute to the development and provision of physiotherapy and related services to respond to the national and international challenges in rehabilitation, sports and in the health and social sector
- has documentation and reporting skills
     
KG10BP37 Anatomy of the Musculoskeletal System 1 3                 3               x


Quality control competence


- Knowledge of the typical field-related quality control systems
- Understanding of quality-control and the requirements of quality-control systems.
x


Physiotherapeutic assessment and clinical reasoning


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to examine and analyze function and dysfunction, especially mobility
- is able to draw up physiotherapy plans based on assessment and clinical reasoning in collaboration with the client to meet the client's needs
- is able to evaluate and monitor the effectiveness of physiotherapy
x


Counselling and guidance competence


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to apply a variety of teaching and counselling interventions to purposefully maintain and promote clients' functional capacity and health
- is able to apply the principles of motor learning to promote the clients'/groups' mobility and functional capacity
- is able to use therapeutic exercise methods in work with groups
- is able to plan and supervise exercise promoting health and functional capacity
         
KG10BP38 Anatomy of the Musculoskeletal System 2   1               1               x


Quality control competence


- Knowledge of the typical field-related quality control systems
- Understanding of quality-control and the requirements of quality-control systems.
x


Physiotherapeutic assessment and clinical reasoning


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to examine and analyze function and dysfunction, especially mobility
- is able to draw up physiotherapy plans based on assessment and clinical reasoning in collaboration with the client to meet the client's needs
- is able to evaluate and monitor the effectiveness of physiotherapy
x


Counselling and guidance competence


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to apply a variety of teaching and counselling interventions to purposefully maintain and promote clients' functional capacity and health
- is able to apply the principles of motor learning to promote the clients'/groups' mobility and functional capacity
- is able to use therapeutic exercise methods in work with groups
- is able to plan and supervise exercise promoting health and functional capacity
         
KG10BP24 Assessment of Physical Activity and Health-Related Fitness   2               2           x


Internationalization competence


-possesses communicative competence necessary for one’s work and for professional development in the subject field
- is able to operate in a multicultural environment
- takes into account the effects of and opportunities for internationalization development in one’s own field
  x


Quality control competence


- Knowledge of the typical field-related quality control systems
- Understanding of quality-control and the requirements of quality-control systems.
x


Physiotherapeutic assessment and clinical reasoning


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to examine and analyze function and dysfunction, especially mobility
- is able to draw up physiotherapy plans based on assessment and clinical reasoning in collaboration with the client to meet the client's needs
- is able to evaluate and monitor the effectiveness of physiotherapy
x


Counselling and guidance competence


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to apply a variety of teaching and counselling interventions to purposefully maintain and promote clients' functional capacity and health
- is able to apply the principles of motor learning to promote the clients'/groups' mobility and functional capacity
- is able to use therapeutic exercise methods in work with groups
- is able to plan and supervise exercise promoting health and functional capacity
x


Therapeutic competence


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to apply evidence-based knowledge in planning individualised physiotherapy
- is capable of client activation and reciprocal interaction
- is able to plan and implement therapeutic exercises on the basis of pathophysiology, stress physiology, neurophysiology and biomechanics
- is able to apply physical therapy interventions
- is capable of purposeful application of manual therapy
       
KG10BP40 Support and guidance of human mobility and functioning                   14                              
KG10BP027 Guiding Healthy Physical Education     6             6     x


Ethical competence


- is able to take responsibility for one’s own actions and for the consequences of these actions
- is able to work according to the ethical principles of the subject field
- is able to take other people into account in one’s actions
- is able to apply the principles of equality
- is able to apply the principles of sustainable development
- is capable of social influencing using one’s know-how and based on ethical values
x


Working community competence


- is able to operate as a member of a work community
- is able to operate in communicative and interactive situations in working life
- is able to utilize information and communications technology in one’s subject field
- knows the working life in one’s subject field and is able to create personal contacts in working life and to operate in professional networks
- is capable of decision making in unpredicted situations
- is able to apply the principles of organizational management and leadership in working life and has abilities for supervision tasks
- possesses entrepreneurial skills
x


Innovation competence


- is able to conduct research, development and innovation projects applying the existing knowledge and methods of the field
- is able to work in projects
- is capable of creative problem solving and development of working methods
- is able to find customer-oriented, sustainable and profitable solutions
      x


Physiotherapeutic assessment and clinical reasoning


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to examine and analyze function and dysfunction, especially mobility
- is able to draw up physiotherapy plans based on assessment and clinical reasoning in collaboration with the client to meet the client's needs
- is able to evaluate and monitor the effectiveness of physiotherapy
x


Counselling and guidance competence


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to apply a variety of teaching and counselling interventions to purposefully maintain and promote clients' functional capacity and health
- is able to apply the principles of motor learning to promote the clients'/groups' mobility and functional capacity
- is able to use therapeutic exercise methods in work with groups
- is able to plan and supervise exercise promoting health and functional capacity
x


Therapeutic competence


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to apply evidence-based knowledge in planning individualised physiotherapy
- is capable of client activation and reciprocal interaction
- is able to plan and implement therapeutic exercises on the basis of pathophysiology, stress physiology, neurophysiology and biomechanics
- is able to apply physical therapy interventions
- is capable of purposeful application of manual therapy
  x


Technology competence


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to make use of the technological advances in the planning, implementation and evaluation of physiotherapy
- is able to apply technology in the assessment of mobility and function ; is able to use adaptive aids to support clients' mobility and function
- is able to plan free access environments in multi-professional collaboration
- is able to apply ergonomics to adapt work and living environments to match human needs and characteristics
   
KG10BP018 Health Education   2               2     x


Ethical competence


- is able to take responsibility for one’s own actions and for the consequences of these actions
- is able to work according to the ethical principles of the subject field
- is able to take other people into account in one’s actions
- is able to apply the principles of equality
- is able to apply the principles of sustainable development
- is capable of social influencing using one’s know-how and based on ethical values
x


Working community competence


- is able to operate as a member of a work community
- is able to operate in communicative and interactive situations in working life
- is able to utilize information and communications technology in one’s subject field
- knows the working life in one’s subject field and is able to create personal contacts in working life and to operate in professional networks
- is capable of decision making in unpredicted situations
- is able to apply the principles of organizational management and leadership in working life and has abilities for supervision tasks
- possesses entrepreneurial skills
x


Innovation competence


- is able to conduct research, development and innovation projects applying the existing knowledge and methods of the field
- is able to work in projects
- is capable of creative problem solving and development of working methods
- is able to find customer-oriented, sustainable and profitable solutions
              x


Technology competence


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to make use of the technological advances in the planning, implementation and evaluation of physiotherapy
- is able to apply technology in the assessment of mobility and function ; is able to use adaptive aids to support clients' mobility and function
- is able to plan free access environments in multi-professional collaboration
- is able to apply ergonomics to adapt work and living environments to match human needs and characteristics
   
KG10BP029 Methods supporting functional capacity     6             6     x


Ethical competence


- is able to take responsibility for one’s own actions and for the consequences of these actions
- is able to work according to the ethical principles of the subject field
- is able to take other people into account in one’s actions
- is able to apply the principles of equality
- is able to apply the principles of sustainable development
- is capable of social influencing using one’s know-how and based on ethical values
          x


Physiotherapeutic assessment and clinical reasoning


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to examine and analyze function and dysfunction, especially mobility
- is able to draw up physiotherapy plans based on assessment and clinical reasoning in collaboration with the client to meet the client's needs
- is able to evaluate and monitor the effectiveness of physiotherapy
x


Counselling and guidance competence


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to apply a variety of teaching and counselling interventions to purposefully maintain and promote clients' functional capacity and health
- is able to apply the principles of motor learning to promote the clients'/groups' mobility and functional capacity
- is able to use therapeutic exercise methods in work with groups
- is able to plan and supervise exercise promoting health and functional capacity
x


Therapeutic competence


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to apply evidence-based knowledge in planning individualised physiotherapy
- is capable of client activation and reciprocal interaction
- is able to plan and implement therapeutic exercises on the basis of pathophysiology, stress physiology, neurophysiology and biomechanics
- is able to apply physical therapy interventions
- is capable of purposeful application of manual therapy
  x


Technology competence


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to make use of the technological advances in the planning, implementation and evaluation of physiotherapy
- is able to apply technology in the assessment of mobility and function ; is able to use adaptive aids to support clients' mobility and function
- is able to plan free access environments in multi-professional collaboration
- is able to apply ergonomics to adapt work and living environments to match human needs and characteristics
   
KG10BPE15 Practical Training in Social Work and Health Care Companies   3               3   x


Learning competence


- is able to self-evaluate and develop one’s competence and learning style orientation
- is able to retrieve and analyze information and evaluate it critically
- is capable of taking responsibility for collaborative learning and sharing knowledge in teams
x


Ethical competence


- is able to take responsibility for one’s own actions and for the consequences of these actions
- is able to work according to the ethical principles of the subject field
- is able to take other people into account in one’s actions
- is able to apply the principles of equality
- is able to apply the principles of sustainable development
- is capable of social influencing using one’s know-how and based on ethical values
x


Working community competence


- is able to operate as a member of a work community
- is able to operate in communicative and interactive situations in working life
- is able to utilize information and communications technology in one’s subject field
- knows the working life in one’s subject field and is able to create personal contacts in working life and to operate in professional networks
- is capable of decision making in unpredicted situations
- is able to apply the principles of organizational management and leadership in working life and has abilities for supervision tasks
- possesses entrepreneurial skills
x


Innovation competence


- is able to conduct research, development and innovation projects applying the existing knowledge and methods of the field
- is able to work in projects
- is capable of creative problem solving and development of working methods
- is able to find customer-oriented, sustainable and profitable solutions
  x


Entrepreneurial competence


- Understanding of the interaction involved in the operations in a company and the business environment, and of the concept of entrepreneurship and the entrepreneurial way of working.
- Understanding of the principles associated with a profitable business, and ability to analyse the operations and risks in a business.
        x


Collaboration and social competence


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to work both independently and as a member of multi-professional teams, groups, integrated care pathways and expert networks
- is able to actively contribute to the development and provision of physiotherapy and related services to respond to the national and international challenges in rehabilitation, sports and in the health and social sector
- has documentation and reporting skills
x


Technology competence


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to make use of the technological advances in the planning, implementation and evaluation of physiotherapy
- is able to apply technology in the assessment of mobility and function ; is able to use adaptive aids to support clients' mobility and function
- is able to plan free access environments in multi-professional collaboration
- is able to apply ergonomics to adapt work and living environments to match human needs and characteristics
   
KG10BP42 Physiotherapy of Adults 1                   15                              
KG10BP03F1 Physiotherapy of the Musculoskeletal System 1     7             7     x


Ethical competence


- is able to take responsibility for one’s own actions and for the consequences of these actions
- is able to work according to the ethical principles of the subject field
- is able to take other people into account in one’s actions
- is able to apply the principles of equality
- is able to apply the principles of sustainable development
- is capable of social influencing using one’s know-how and based on ethical values
x


Working community competence


- is able to operate as a member of a work community
- is able to operate in communicative and interactive situations in working life
- is able to utilize information and communications technology in one’s subject field
- knows the working life in one’s subject field and is able to create personal contacts in working life and to operate in professional networks
- is capable of decision making in unpredicted situations
- is able to apply the principles of organizational management and leadership in working life and has abilities for supervision tasks
- possesses entrepreneurial skills
x


Innovation competence


- is able to conduct research, development and innovation projects applying the existing knowledge and methods of the field
- is able to work in projects
- is capable of creative problem solving and development of working methods
- is able to find customer-oriented, sustainable and profitable solutions
    x


Quality control competence


- Knowledge of the typical field-related quality control systems
- Understanding of quality-control and the requirements of quality-control systems.
x


Physiotherapeutic assessment and clinical reasoning


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to examine and analyze function and dysfunction, especially mobility
- is able to draw up physiotherapy plans based on assessment and clinical reasoning in collaboration with the client to meet the client's needs
- is able to evaluate and monitor the effectiveness of physiotherapy
x


Counselling and guidance competence


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to apply a variety of teaching and counselling interventions to purposefully maintain and promote clients' functional capacity and health
- is able to apply the principles of motor learning to promote the clients'/groups' mobility and functional capacity
- is able to use therapeutic exercise methods in work with groups
- is able to plan and supervise exercise promoting health and functional capacity
x


Therapeutic competence


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to apply evidence-based knowledge in planning individualised physiotherapy
- is capable of client activation and reciprocal interaction
- is able to plan and implement therapeutic exercises on the basis of pathophysiology, stress physiology, neurophysiology and biomechanics
- is able to apply physical therapy interventions
- is capable of purposeful application of manual therapy
x


Collaboration and social competence


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to work both independently and as a member of multi-professional teams, groups, integrated care pathways and expert networks
- is able to actively contribute to the development and provision of physiotherapy and related services to respond to the national and international challenges in rehabilitation, sports and in the health and social sector
- has documentation and reporting skills
x


Technology competence


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to make use of the technological advances in the planning, implementation and evaluation of physiotherapy
- is able to apply technology in the assessment of mobility and function ; is able to use adaptive aids to support clients' mobility and function
- is able to plan free access environments in multi-professional collaboration
- is able to apply ergonomics to adapt work and living environments to match human needs and characteristics
   
KG10BP042 Physiotherapy of the Musculoskeletal System 2       8           8     x


Ethical competence


- is able to take responsibility for one’s own actions and for the consequences of these actions
- is able to work according to the ethical principles of the subject field
- is able to take other people into account in one’s actions
- is able to apply the principles of equality
- is able to apply the principles of sustainable development
- is capable of social influencing using one’s know-how and based on ethical values
x


Working community competence


- is able to operate as a member of a work community
- is able to operate in communicative and interactive situations in working life
- is able to utilize information and communications technology in one’s subject field
- knows the working life in one’s subject field and is able to create personal contacts in working life and to operate in professional networks
- is capable of decision making in unpredicted situations
- is able to apply the principles of organizational management and leadership in working life and has abilities for supervision tasks
- possesses entrepreneurial skills
x


Innovation competence


- is able to conduct research, development and innovation projects applying the existing knowledge and methods of the field
- is able to work in projects
- is capable of creative problem solving and development of working methods
- is able to find customer-oriented, sustainable and profitable solutions
    x


Quality control competence


- Knowledge of the typical field-related quality control systems
- Understanding of quality-control and the requirements of quality-control systems.
x


Physiotherapeutic assessment and clinical reasoning


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to examine and analyze function and dysfunction, especially mobility
- is able to draw up physiotherapy plans based on assessment and clinical reasoning in collaboration with the client to meet the client's needs
- is able to evaluate and monitor the effectiveness of physiotherapy
x


Counselling and guidance competence


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to apply a variety of teaching and counselling interventions to purposefully maintain and promote clients' functional capacity and health
- is able to apply the principles of motor learning to promote the clients'/groups' mobility and functional capacity
- is able to use therapeutic exercise methods in work with groups
- is able to plan and supervise exercise promoting health and functional capacity
x


Therapeutic competence


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to apply evidence-based knowledge in planning individualised physiotherapy
- is capable of client activation and reciprocal interaction
- is able to plan and implement therapeutic exercises on the basis of pathophysiology, stress physiology, neurophysiology and biomechanics
- is able to apply physical therapy interventions
- is capable of purposeful application of manual therapy
x


Collaboration and social competence


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to work both independently and as a member of multi-professional teams, groups, integrated care pathways and expert networks
- is able to actively contribute to the development and provision of physiotherapy and related services to respond to the national and international challenges in rehabilitation, sports and in the health and social sector
- has documentation and reporting skills
x


Technology competence


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to make use of the technological advances in the planning, implementation and evaluation of physiotherapy
- is able to apply technology in the assessment of mobility and function ; is able to use adaptive aids to support clients' mobility and function
- is able to plan free access environments in multi-professional collaboration
- is able to apply ergonomics to adapt work and living environments to match human needs and characteristics
   
KG10BP43 Physiotherapy of Adults 2                   12                              
KG10P032 Physiotherapy of the respiratory and circulatory systems       6           6                 x


Physiotherapeutic assessment and clinical reasoning


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to examine and analyze function and dysfunction, especially mobility
- is able to draw up physiotherapy plans based on assessment and clinical reasoning in collaboration with the client to meet the client's needs
- is able to evaluate and monitor the effectiveness of physiotherapy
x


Counselling and guidance competence


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to apply a variety of teaching and counselling interventions to purposefully maintain and promote clients' functional capacity and health
- is able to apply the principles of motor learning to promote the clients'/groups' mobility and functional capacity
- is able to use therapeutic exercise methods in work with groups
- is able to plan and supervise exercise promoting health and functional capacity
x


Therapeutic competence


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to apply evidence-based knowledge in planning individualised physiotherapy
- is capable of client activation and reciprocal interaction
- is able to plan and implement therapeutic exercises on the basis of pathophysiology, stress physiology, neurophysiology and biomechanics
- is able to apply physical therapy interventions
- is capable of purposeful application of manual therapy
x


Collaboration and social competence


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to work both independently and as a member of multi-professional teams, groups, integrated care pathways and expert networks
- is able to actively contribute to the development and provision of physiotherapy and related services to respond to the national and international challenges in rehabilitation, sports and in the health and social sector
- has documentation and reporting skills
x


Technology competence


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to make use of the technological advances in the planning, implementation and evaluation of physiotherapy
- is able to apply technology in the assessment of mobility and function ; is able to use adaptive aids to support clients' mobility and function
- is able to plan free access environments in multi-professional collaboration
- is able to apply ergonomics to adapt work and living environments to match human needs and characteristics
   
KG10BP033F Psychophysical Physiotherapy       3           3                 x


Physiotherapeutic assessment and clinical reasoning


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to examine and analyze function and dysfunction, especially mobility
- is able to draw up physiotherapy plans based on assessment and clinical reasoning in collaboration with the client to meet the client's needs
- is able to evaluate and monitor the effectiveness of physiotherapy
x


Counselling and guidance competence


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to apply a variety of teaching and counselling interventions to purposefully maintain and promote clients' functional capacity and health
- is able to apply the principles of motor learning to promote the clients'/groups' mobility and functional capacity
- is able to use therapeutic exercise methods in work with groups
- is able to plan and supervise exercise promoting health and functional capacity
x


Therapeutic competence


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to apply evidence-based knowledge in planning individualised physiotherapy
- is capable of client activation and reciprocal interaction
- is able to plan and implement therapeutic exercises on the basis of pathophysiology, stress physiology, neurophysiology and biomechanics
- is able to apply physical therapy interventions
- is capable of purposeful application of manual therapy
x


Collaboration and social competence


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to work both independently and as a member of multi-professional teams, groups, integrated care pathways and expert networks
- is able to actively contribute to the development and provision of physiotherapy and related services to respond to the national and international challenges in rehabilitation, sports and in the health and social sector
- has documentation and reporting skills
     
KG10BP034F Occupational Physiotherapy       3           3       x


Working community competence


- is able to operate as a member of a work community
- is able to operate in communicative and interactive situations in working life
- is able to utilize information and communications technology in one’s subject field
- knows the working life in one’s subject field and is able to create personal contacts in working life and to operate in professional networks
- is capable of decision making in unpredicted situations
- is able to apply the principles of organizational management and leadership in working life and has abilities for supervision tasks
- possesses entrepreneurial skills
x


Innovation competence


- is able to conduct research, development and innovation projects applying the existing knowledge and methods of the field
- is able to work in projects
- is capable of creative problem solving and development of working methods
- is able to find customer-oriented, sustainable and profitable solutions
      x


Physiotherapeutic assessment and clinical reasoning


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to examine and analyze function and dysfunction, especially mobility
- is able to draw up physiotherapy plans based on assessment and clinical reasoning in collaboration with the client to meet the client's needs
- is able to evaluate and monitor the effectiveness of physiotherapy
x


Counselling and guidance competence


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to apply a variety of teaching and counselling interventions to purposefully maintain and promote clients' functional capacity and health
- is able to apply the principles of motor learning to promote the clients'/groups' mobility and functional capacity
- is able to use therapeutic exercise methods in work with groups
- is able to plan and supervise exercise promoting health and functional capacity
x


Therapeutic competence


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to apply evidence-based knowledge in planning individualised physiotherapy
- is capable of client activation and reciprocal interaction
- is able to plan and implement therapeutic exercises on the basis of pathophysiology, stress physiology, neurophysiology and biomechanics
- is able to apply physical therapy interventions
- is capable of purposeful application of manual therapy
x


Collaboration and social competence


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to work both independently and as a member of multi-professional teams, groups, integrated care pathways and expert networks
- is able to actively contribute to the development and provision of physiotherapy and related services to respond to the national and international challenges in rehabilitation, sports and in the health and social sector
- has documentation and reporting skills
x


Technology competence


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to make use of the technological advances in the planning, implementation and evaluation of physiotherapy
- is able to apply technology in the assessment of mobility and function ; is able to use adaptive aids to support clients' mobility and function
- is able to plan free access environments in multi-professional collaboration
- is able to apply ergonomics to adapt work and living environments to match human needs and characteristics
   
KG10BPE32 Clinical Practice in Adult Physiotherapy 1     6             6       x


Working community competence


- is able to operate as a member of a work community
- is able to operate in communicative and interactive situations in working life
- is able to utilize information and communications technology in one’s subject field
- knows the working life in one’s subject field and is able to create personal contacts in working life and to operate in professional networks
- is capable of decision making in unpredicted situations
- is able to apply the principles of organizational management and leadership in working life and has abilities for supervision tasks
- possesses entrepreneurial skills
        x


Physiotherapeutic assessment and clinical reasoning


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to examine and analyze function and dysfunction, especially mobility
- is able to draw up physiotherapy plans based on assessment and clinical reasoning in collaboration with the client to meet the client's needs
- is able to evaluate and monitor the effectiveness of physiotherapy
x


Counselling and guidance competence


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to apply a variety of teaching and counselling interventions to purposefully maintain and promote clients' functional capacity and health
- is able to apply the principles of motor learning to promote the clients'/groups' mobility and functional capacity
- is able to use therapeutic exercise methods in work with groups
- is able to plan and supervise exercise promoting health and functional capacity
x


Therapeutic competence


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to apply evidence-based knowledge in planning individualised physiotherapy
- is capable of client activation and reciprocal interaction
- is able to plan and implement therapeutic exercises on the basis of pathophysiology, stress physiology, neurophysiology and biomechanics
- is able to apply physical therapy interventions
- is capable of purposeful application of manual therapy
x


Collaboration and social competence


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to work both independently and as a member of multi-professional teams, groups, integrated care pathways and expert networks
- is able to actively contribute to the development and provision of physiotherapy and related services to respond to the national and international challenges in rehabilitation, sports and in the health and social sector
- has documentation and reporting skills
x


Technology competence


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to make use of the technological advances in the planning, implementation and evaluation of physiotherapy
- is able to apply technology in the assessment of mobility and function ; is able to use adaptive aids to support clients' mobility and function
- is able to plan free access environments in multi-professional collaboration
- is able to apply ergonomics to adapt work and living environments to match human needs and characteristics
   
KG10BPE33 Clinical Practice in Adult Physiotherapy 2       9           9       X


Working community competence


- is able to operate as a member of a work community
- is able to operate in communicative and interactive situations in working life
- is able to utilize information and communications technology in one’s subject field
- knows the working life in one’s subject field and is able to create personal contacts in working life and to operate in professional networks
- is capable of decision making in unpredicted situations
- is able to apply the principles of organizational management and leadership in working life and has abilities for supervision tasks
- possesses entrepreneurial skills
        X


Physiotherapeutic assessment and clinical reasoning


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to examine and analyze function and dysfunction, especially mobility
- is able to draw up physiotherapy plans based on assessment and clinical reasoning in collaboration with the client to meet the client's needs
- is able to evaluate and monitor the effectiveness of physiotherapy
X


Counselling and guidance competence


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to apply a variety of teaching and counselling interventions to purposefully maintain and promote clients' functional capacity and health
- is able to apply the principles of motor learning to promote the clients'/groups' mobility and functional capacity
- is able to use therapeutic exercise methods in work with groups
- is able to plan and supervise exercise promoting health and functional capacity
X


Therapeutic competence


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to apply evidence-based knowledge in planning individualised physiotherapy
- is capable of client activation and reciprocal interaction
- is able to plan and implement therapeutic exercises on the basis of pathophysiology, stress physiology, neurophysiology and biomechanics
- is able to apply physical therapy interventions
- is capable of purposeful application of manual therapy
X


Collaboration and social competence


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to work both independently and as a member of multi-professional teams, groups, integrated care pathways and expert networks
- is able to actively contribute to the development and provision of physiotherapy and related services to respond to the national and international challenges in rehabilitation, sports and in the health and social sector
- has documentation and reporting skills
X


Technology competence


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to make use of the technological advances in the planning, implementation and evaluation of physiotherapy
- is able to apply technology in the assessment of mobility and function ; is able to use adaptive aids to support clients' mobility and function
- is able to plan free access environments in multi-professional collaboration
- is able to apply ergonomics to adapt work and living environments to match human needs and characteristics
   
KG10BP44 Physiotherapy for the elderly                   14                              
KG10BP051 Evaluation and Support of Elderly People's Ability to Function         6         6                 x


Physiotherapeutic assessment and clinical reasoning


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to examine and analyze function and dysfunction, especially mobility
- is able to draw up physiotherapy plans based on assessment and clinical reasoning in collaboration with the client to meet the client's needs
- is able to evaluate and monitor the effectiveness of physiotherapy
x


Counselling and guidance competence


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to apply a variety of teaching and counselling interventions to purposefully maintain and promote clients' functional capacity and health
- is able to apply the principles of motor learning to promote the clients'/groups' mobility and functional capacity
- is able to use therapeutic exercise methods in work with groups
- is able to plan and supervise exercise promoting health and functional capacity
x


Therapeutic competence


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to apply evidence-based knowledge in planning individualised physiotherapy
- is capable of client activation and reciprocal interaction
- is able to plan and implement therapeutic exercises on the basis of pathophysiology, stress physiology, neurophysiology and biomechanics
- is able to apply physical therapy interventions
- is capable of purposeful application of manual therapy
x


Collaboration and social competence


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to work both independently and as a member of multi-professional teams, groups, integrated care pathways and expert networks
- is able to actively contribute to the development and provision of physiotherapy and related services to respond to the national and international challenges in rehabilitation, sports and in the health and social sector
- has documentation and reporting skills
x


Technology competence


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to make use of the technological advances in the planning, implementation and evaluation of physiotherapy
- is able to apply technology in the assessment of mobility and function ; is able to use adaptive aids to support clients' mobility and function
- is able to plan free access environments in multi-professional collaboration
- is able to apply ergonomics to adapt work and living environments to match human needs and characteristics
   
KG10BP052 Physiotherapy and Disorders of the Central Nervous System         6         6                 x


Physiotherapeutic assessment and clinical reasoning


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to examine and analyze function and dysfunction, especially mobility
- is able to draw up physiotherapy plans based on assessment and clinical reasoning in collaboration with the client to meet the client's needs
- is able to evaluate and monitor the effectiveness of physiotherapy
x


Counselling and guidance competence


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to apply a variety of teaching and counselling interventions to purposefully maintain and promote clients' functional capacity and health
- is able to apply the principles of motor learning to promote the clients'/groups' mobility and functional capacity
- is able to use therapeutic exercise methods in work with groups
- is able to plan and supervise exercise promoting health and functional capacity
x


Therapeutic competence


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to apply evidence-based knowledge in planning individualised physiotherapy
- is capable of client activation and reciprocal interaction
- is able to plan and implement therapeutic exercises on the basis of pathophysiology, stress physiology, neurophysiology and biomechanics
- is able to apply physical therapy interventions
- is capable of purposeful application of manual therapy
x


Collaboration and social competence


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to work both independently and as a member of multi-professional teams, groups, integrated care pathways and expert networks
- is able to actively contribute to the development and provision of physiotherapy and related services to respond to the national and international challenges in rehabilitation, sports and in the health and social sector
- has documentation and reporting skills
     
KG10BP053 Barrier-Free Environment         2         2       x


Working community competence


- is able to operate as a member of a work community
- is able to operate in communicative and interactive situations in working life
- is able to utilize information and communications technology in one’s subject field
- knows the working life in one’s subject field and is able to create personal contacts in working life and to operate in professional networks
- is capable of decision making in unpredicted situations
- is able to apply the principles of organizational management and leadership in working life and has abilities for supervision tasks
- possesses entrepreneurial skills
x


Innovation competence


- is able to conduct research, development and innovation projects applying the existing knowledge and methods of the field
- is able to work in projects
- is capable of creative problem solving and development of working methods
- is able to find customer-oriented, sustainable and profitable solutions
    x


Quality control competence


- Knowledge of the typical field-related quality control systems
- Understanding of quality-control and the requirements of quality-control systems.
x


Physiotherapeutic assessment and clinical reasoning


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to examine and analyze function and dysfunction, especially mobility
- is able to draw up physiotherapy plans based on assessment and clinical reasoning in collaboration with the client to meet the client's needs
- is able to evaluate and monitor the effectiveness of physiotherapy
x


Counselling and guidance competence


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to apply a variety of teaching and counselling interventions to purposefully maintain and promote clients' functional capacity and health
- is able to apply the principles of motor learning to promote the clients'/groups' mobility and functional capacity
- is able to use therapeutic exercise methods in work with groups
- is able to plan and supervise exercise promoting health and functional capacity
  x


Collaboration and social competence


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to work both independently and as a member of multi-professional teams, groups, integrated care pathways and expert networks
- is able to actively contribute to the development and provision of physiotherapy and related services to respond to the national and international challenges in rehabilitation, sports and in the health and social sector
- has documentation and reporting skills
x


Technology competence


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to make use of the technological advances in the planning, implementation and evaluation of physiotherapy
- is able to apply technology in the assessment of mobility and function ; is able to use adaptive aids to support clients' mobility and function
- is able to plan free access environments in multi-professional collaboration
- is able to apply ergonomics to adapt work and living environments to match human needs and characteristics
   
KG10BPE61 Clinical Practice in Physiotherapy of Elders         9         9       x


Working community competence


- is able to operate as a member of a work community
- is able to operate in communicative and interactive situations in working life
- is able to utilize information and communications technology in one’s subject field
- knows the working life in one’s subject field and is able to create personal contacts in working life and to operate in professional networks
- is capable of decision making in unpredicted situations
- is able to apply the principles of organizational management and leadership in working life and has abilities for supervision tasks
- possesses entrepreneurial skills
        x


Physiotherapeutic assessment and clinical reasoning


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to examine and analyze function and dysfunction, especially mobility
- is able to draw up physiotherapy plans based on assessment and clinical reasoning in collaboration with the client to meet the client's needs
- is able to evaluate and monitor the effectiveness of physiotherapy
x


Counselling and guidance competence


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to apply a variety of teaching and counselling interventions to purposefully maintain and promote clients' functional capacity and health
- is able to apply the principles of motor learning to promote the clients'/groups' mobility and functional capacity
- is able to use therapeutic exercise methods in work with groups
- is able to plan and supervise exercise promoting health and functional capacity
x


Therapeutic competence


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to apply evidence-based knowledge in planning individualised physiotherapy
- is capable of client activation and reciprocal interaction
- is able to plan and implement therapeutic exercises on the basis of pathophysiology, stress physiology, neurophysiology and biomechanics
- is able to apply physical therapy interventions
- is capable of purposeful application of manual therapy
x


Collaboration and social competence


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to work both independently and as a member of multi-professional teams, groups, integrated care pathways and expert networks
- is able to actively contribute to the development and provision of physiotherapy and related services to respond to the national and international challenges in rehabilitation, sports and in the health and social sector
- has documentation and reporting skills
x


Technology competence


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to make use of the technological advances in the planning, implementation and evaluation of physiotherapy
- is able to apply technology in the assessment of mobility and function ; is able to use adaptive aids to support clients' mobility and function
- is able to plan free access environments in multi-professional collaboration
- is able to apply ergonomics to adapt work and living environments to match human needs and characteristics
   
KG10BP27 Physiotherapy in childhood and adolescence                   12                              
KG10BP046 Playful Child and Physically Active Young Person           4       4                 x


Physiotherapeutic assessment and clinical reasoning


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to examine and analyze function and dysfunction, especially mobility
- is able to draw up physiotherapy plans based on assessment and clinical reasoning in collaboration with the client to meet the client's needs
- is able to evaluate and monitor the effectiveness of physiotherapy
x


Counselling and guidance competence


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to apply a variety of teaching and counselling interventions to purposefully maintain and promote clients' functional capacity and health
- is able to apply the principles of motor learning to promote the clients'/groups' mobility and functional capacity
- is able to use therapeutic exercise methods in work with groups
- is able to plan and supervise exercise promoting health and functional capacity
x


Therapeutic competence


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to apply evidence-based knowledge in planning individualised physiotherapy
- is capable of client activation and reciprocal interaction
- is able to plan and implement therapeutic exercises on the basis of pathophysiology, stress physiology, neurophysiology and biomechanics
- is able to apply physical therapy interventions
- is capable of purposeful application of manual therapy
x


Collaboration and social competence


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to work both independently and as a member of multi-professional teams, groups, integrated care pathways and expert networks
- is able to actively contribute to the development and provision of physiotherapy and related services to respond to the national and international challenges in rehabilitation, sports and in the health and social sector
- has documentation and reporting skills
x


Technology competence


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to make use of the technological advances in the planning, implementation and evaluation of physiotherapy
- is able to apply technology in the assessment of mobility and function ; is able to use adaptive aids to support clients' mobility and function
- is able to plan free access environments in multi-professional collaboration
- is able to apply ergonomics to adapt work and living environments to match human needs and characteristics
   
KG10BP045 Physiotherapy and Developmental Disorders of Children and Adolescents           5       5                 x


Physiotherapeutic assessment and clinical reasoning


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to examine and analyze function and dysfunction, especially mobility
- is able to draw up physiotherapy plans based on assessment and clinical reasoning in collaboration with the client to meet the client's needs
- is able to evaluate and monitor the effectiveness of physiotherapy
x


Counselling and guidance competence


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to apply a variety of teaching and counselling interventions to purposefully maintain and promote clients' functional capacity and health
- is able to apply the principles of motor learning to promote the clients'/groups' mobility and functional capacity
- is able to use therapeutic exercise methods in work with groups
- is able to plan and supervise exercise promoting health and functional capacity
x


Therapeutic competence


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to apply evidence-based knowledge in planning individualised physiotherapy
- is capable of client activation and reciprocal interaction
- is able to plan and implement therapeutic exercises on the basis of pathophysiology, stress physiology, neurophysiology and biomechanics
- is able to apply physical therapy interventions
- is capable of purposeful application of manual therapy
x


Collaboration and social competence


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to work both independently and as a member of multi-professional teams, groups, integrated care pathways and expert networks
- is able to actively contribute to the development and provision of physiotherapy and related services to respond to the national and international challenges in rehabilitation, sports and in the health and social sector
- has documentation and reporting skills
     
KG10BP055 Children and Young People in the Rehabilitation Service System           3       3       x


Working community competence


- is able to operate as a member of a work community
- is able to operate in communicative and interactive situations in working life
- is able to utilize information and communications technology in one’s subject field
- knows the working life in one’s subject field and is able to create personal contacts in working life and to operate in professional networks
- is capable of decision making in unpredicted situations
- is able to apply the principles of organizational management and leadership in working life and has abilities for supervision tasks
- possesses entrepreneurial skills
        x


Physiotherapeutic assessment and clinical reasoning


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to examine and analyze function and dysfunction, especially mobility
- is able to draw up physiotherapy plans based on assessment and clinical reasoning in collaboration with the client to meet the client's needs
- is able to evaluate and monitor the effectiveness of physiotherapy
x


Counselling and guidance competence


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to apply a variety of teaching and counselling interventions to purposefully maintain and promote clients' functional capacity and health
- is able to apply the principles of motor learning to promote the clients'/groups' mobility and functional capacity
- is able to use therapeutic exercise methods in work with groups
- is able to plan and supervise exercise promoting health and functional capacity
x


Therapeutic competence


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to apply evidence-based knowledge in planning individualised physiotherapy
- is capable of client activation and reciprocal interaction
- is able to plan and implement therapeutic exercises on the basis of pathophysiology, stress physiology, neurophysiology and biomechanics
- is able to apply physical therapy interventions
- is capable of purposeful application of manual therapy
x


Collaboration and social competence


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to work both independently and as a member of multi-professional teams, groups, integrated care pathways and expert networks
- is able to actively contribute to the development and provision of physiotherapy and related services to respond to the national and international challenges in rehabilitation, sports and in the health and social sector
- has documentation and reporting skills
     
KG10BPE71 Clinical Practice in Physiotherapy of Children and Adolescents           9       9       x


Working community competence


- is able to operate as a member of a work community
- is able to operate in communicative and interactive situations in working life
- is able to utilize information and communications technology in one’s subject field
- knows the working life in one’s subject field and is able to create personal contacts in working life and to operate in professional networks
- is capable of decision making in unpredicted situations
- is able to apply the principles of organizational management and leadership in working life and has abilities for supervision tasks
- possesses entrepreneurial skills
        x


Physiotherapeutic assessment and clinical reasoning


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to examine and analyze function and dysfunction, especially mobility
- is able to draw up physiotherapy plans based on assessment and clinical reasoning in collaboration with the client to meet the client's needs
- is able to evaluate and monitor the effectiveness of physiotherapy
x


Counselling and guidance competence


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to apply a variety of teaching and counselling interventions to purposefully maintain and promote clients' functional capacity and health
- is able to apply the principles of motor learning to promote the clients'/groups' mobility and functional capacity
- is able to use therapeutic exercise methods in work with groups
- is able to plan and supervise exercise promoting health and functional capacity
x


Therapeutic competence


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to apply evidence-based knowledge in planning individualised physiotherapy
- is capable of client activation and reciprocal interaction
- is able to plan and implement therapeutic exercises on the basis of pathophysiology, stress physiology, neurophysiology and biomechanics
- is able to apply physical therapy interventions
- is capable of purposeful application of manual therapy
x


Collaboration and social competence


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to work both independently and as a member of multi-professional teams, groups, integrated care pathways and expert networks
- is able to actively contribute to the development and provision of physiotherapy and related services to respond to the national and international challenges in rehabilitation, sports and in the health and social sector
- has documentation and reporting skills
x


Technology competence


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to make use of the technological advances in the planning, implementation and evaluation of physiotherapy
- is able to apply technology in the assessment of mobility and function ; is able to use adaptive aids to support clients' mobility and function
- is able to plan free access environments in multi-professional collaboration
- is able to apply ergonomics to adapt work and living environments to match human needs and characteristics
   
KG10BP31 Optional professional studies                   5                              
KG10CAO01 Expertise Development of Physiotherapists             3     3   x


Learning competence


- is able to self-evaluate and develop one’s competence and learning style orientation
- is able to retrieve and analyze information and evaluate it critically
- is capable of taking responsibility for collaborative learning and sharing knowledge in teams
x


Ethical competence


- is able to take responsibility for one’s own actions and for the consequences of these actions
- is able to work according to the ethical principles of the subject field
- is able to take other people into account in one’s actions
- is able to apply the principles of equality
- is able to apply the principles of sustainable development
- is capable of social influencing using one’s know-how and based on ethical values
x


Working community competence


- is able to operate as a member of a work community
- is able to operate in communicative and interactive situations in working life
- is able to utilize information and communications technology in one’s subject field
- knows the working life in one’s subject field and is able to create personal contacts in working life and to operate in professional networks
- is capable of decision making in unpredicted situations
- is able to apply the principles of organizational management and leadership in working life and has abilities for supervision tasks
- possesses entrepreneurial skills
x


Innovation competence


- is able to conduct research, development and innovation projects applying the existing knowledge and methods of the field
- is able to work in projects
- is capable of creative problem solving and development of working methods
- is able to find customer-oriented, sustainable and profitable solutions
x


Internationalization competence


-possesses communicative competence necessary for one’s work and for professional development in the subject field
- is able to operate in a multicultural environment
- takes into account the effects of and opportunities for internationalization development in one’s own field
x


Entrepreneurial competence


- Understanding of the interaction involved in the operations in a company and the business environment, and of the concept of entrepreneurship and the entrepreneurial way of working.
- Understanding of the principles associated with a profitable business, and ability to analyse the operations and risks in a business.
x


Quality control competence


- Knowledge of the typical field-related quality control systems
- Understanding of quality-control and the requirements of quality-control systems.
x


Physiotherapeutic assessment and clinical reasoning


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to examine and analyze function and dysfunction, especially mobility
- is able to draw up physiotherapy plans based on assessment and clinical reasoning in collaboration with the client to meet the client's needs
- is able to evaluate and monitor the effectiveness of physiotherapy
x


Counselling and guidance competence


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to apply a variety of teaching and counselling interventions to purposefully maintain and promote clients' functional capacity and health
- is able to apply the principles of motor learning to promote the clients'/groups' mobility and functional capacity
- is able to use therapeutic exercise methods in work with groups
- is able to plan and supervise exercise promoting health and functional capacity
x


Therapeutic competence


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to apply evidence-based knowledge in planning individualised physiotherapy
- is capable of client activation and reciprocal interaction
- is able to plan and implement therapeutic exercises on the basis of pathophysiology, stress physiology, neurophysiology and biomechanics
- is able to apply physical therapy interventions
- is capable of purposeful application of manual therapy
x


Collaboration and social competence


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to work both independently and as a member of multi-professional teams, groups, integrated care pathways and expert networks
- is able to actively contribute to the development and provision of physiotherapy and related services to respond to the national and international challenges in rehabilitation, sports and in the health and social sector
- has documentation and reporting skills
x


Technology competence


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to make use of the technological advances in the planning, implementation and evaluation of physiotherapy
- is able to apply technology in the assessment of mobility and function ; is able to use adaptive aids to support clients' mobility and function
- is able to plan free access environments in multi-professional collaboration
- is able to apply ergonomics to adapt work and living environments to match human needs and characteristics
   
KG10CAO02 Management and Quality Assurance in Physiotherapy             2     2   x


Learning competence


- is able to self-evaluate and develop one’s competence and learning style orientation
- is able to retrieve and analyze information and evaluate it critically
- is capable of taking responsibility for collaborative learning and sharing knowledge in teams
x


Ethical competence


- is able to take responsibility for one’s own actions and for the consequences of these actions
- is able to work according to the ethical principles of the subject field
- is able to take other people into account in one’s actions
- is able to apply the principles of equality
- is able to apply the principles of sustainable development
- is capable of social influencing using one’s know-how and based on ethical values
x


Working community competence


- is able to operate as a member of a work community
- is able to operate in communicative and interactive situations in working life
- is able to utilize information and communications technology in one’s subject field
- knows the working life in one’s subject field and is able to create personal contacts in working life and to operate in professional networks
- is capable of decision making in unpredicted situations
- is able to apply the principles of organizational management and leadership in working life and has abilities for supervision tasks
- possesses entrepreneurial skills
x


Innovation competence


- is able to conduct research, development and innovation projects applying the existing knowledge and methods of the field
- is able to work in projects
- is capable of creative problem solving and development of working methods
- is able to find customer-oriented, sustainable and profitable solutions
  x


Entrepreneurial competence


- Understanding of the interaction involved in the operations in a company and the business environment, and of the concept of entrepreneurship and the entrepreneurial way of working.
- Understanding of the principles associated with a profitable business, and ability to analyse the operations and risks in a business.
x


Quality control competence


- Knowledge of the typical field-related quality control systems
- Understanding of quality-control and the requirements of quality-control systems.
x


Physiotherapeutic assessment and clinical reasoning


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to examine and analyze function and dysfunction, especially mobility
- is able to draw up physiotherapy plans based on assessment and clinical reasoning in collaboration with the client to meet the client's needs
- is able to evaluate and monitor the effectiveness of physiotherapy
x


Counselling and guidance competence


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to apply a variety of teaching and counselling interventions to purposefully maintain and promote clients' functional capacity and health
- is able to apply the principles of motor learning to promote the clients'/groups' mobility and functional capacity
- is able to use therapeutic exercise methods in work with groups
- is able to plan and supervise exercise promoting health and functional capacity
  x


Collaboration and social competence


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to work both independently and as a member of multi-professional teams, groups, integrated care pathways and expert networks
- is able to actively contribute to the development and provision of physiotherapy and related services to respond to the national and international challenges in rehabilitation, sports and in the health and social sector
- has documentation and reporting skills
x


Technology competence


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to make use of the technological advances in the planning, implementation and evaluation of physiotherapy
- is able to apply technology in the assessment of mobility and function ; is able to use adaptive aids to support clients' mobility and function
- is able to plan free access environments in multi-professional collaboration
- is able to apply ergonomics to adapt work and living environments to match human needs and characteristics
   
KG10BPE34 Clinical Practice in Optional Professional Studies             9     9     x


Ethical competence


- is able to take responsibility for one’s own actions and for the consequences of these actions
- is able to work according to the ethical principles of the subject field
- is able to take other people into account in one’s actions
- is able to apply the principles of equality
- is able to apply the principles of sustainable development
- is capable of social influencing using one’s know-how and based on ethical values
x


Working community competence


- is able to operate as a member of a work community
- is able to operate in communicative and interactive situations in working life
- is able to utilize information and communications technology in one’s subject field
- knows the working life in one’s subject field and is able to create personal contacts in working life and to operate in professional networks
- is capable of decision making in unpredicted situations
- is able to apply the principles of organizational management and leadership in working life and has abilities for supervision tasks
- possesses entrepreneurial skills
x


Innovation competence


- is able to conduct research, development and innovation projects applying the existing knowledge and methods of the field
- is able to work in projects
- is capable of creative problem solving and development of working methods
- is able to find customer-oriented, sustainable and profitable solutions
  x


Entrepreneurial competence


- Understanding of the interaction involved in the operations in a company and the business environment, and of the concept of entrepreneurship and the entrepreneurial way of working.
- Understanding of the principles associated with a profitable business, and ability to analyse the operations and risks in a business.
x


Quality control competence


- Knowledge of the typical field-related quality control systems
- Understanding of quality-control and the requirements of quality-control systems.
x


Physiotherapeutic assessment and clinical reasoning


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to examine and analyze function and dysfunction, especially mobility
- is able to draw up physiotherapy plans based on assessment and clinical reasoning in collaboration with the client to meet the client's needs
- is able to evaluate and monitor the effectiveness of physiotherapy
x


Counselling and guidance competence


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to apply a variety of teaching and counselling interventions to purposefully maintain and promote clients' functional capacity and health
- is able to apply the principles of motor learning to promote the clients'/groups' mobility and functional capacity
- is able to use therapeutic exercise methods in work with groups
- is able to plan and supervise exercise promoting health and functional capacity
x


Therapeutic competence


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to apply evidence-based knowledge in planning individualised physiotherapy
- is capable of client activation and reciprocal interaction
- is able to plan and implement therapeutic exercises on the basis of pathophysiology, stress physiology, neurophysiology and biomechanics
- is able to apply physical therapy interventions
- is capable of purposeful application of manual therapy
x


Collaboration and social competence


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to work both independently and as a member of multi-professional teams, groups, integrated care pathways and expert networks
- is able to actively contribute to the development and provision of physiotherapy and related services to respond to the national and international challenges in rehabilitation, sports and in the health and social sector
- has documentation and reporting skills
x


Technology competence


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to make use of the technological advances in the planning, implementation and evaluation of physiotherapy
- is able to apply technology in the assessment of mobility and function ; is able to use adaptive aids to support clients' mobility and function
- is able to plan free access environments in multi-professional collaboration
- is able to apply ergonomics to adapt work and living environments to match human needs and characteristics
   
KG10VVO FREE-CHOICE STUDIES         5 5       10                              
FPOK2 FramiPro-studies                                                  
SUMMER Summer School                                                  
KG10BP11 Project studies                                                  
KG10F FINAL THESIS AND MATURITY TEST         3 6 6     15   x


Learning competence


- is able to self-evaluate and develop one’s competence and learning style orientation
- is able to retrieve and analyze information and evaluate it critically
- is capable of taking responsibility for collaborative learning and sharing knowledge in teams
x


Ethical competence


- is able to take responsibility for one’s own actions and for the consequences of these actions
- is able to work according to the ethical principles of the subject field
- is able to take other people into account in one’s actions
- is able to apply the principles of equality
- is able to apply the principles of sustainable development
- is capable of social influencing using one’s know-how and based on ethical values
x


Working community competence


- is able to operate as a member of a work community
- is able to operate in communicative and interactive situations in working life
- is able to utilize information and communications technology in one’s subject field
- knows the working life in one’s subject field and is able to create personal contacts in working life and to operate in professional networks
- is capable of decision making in unpredicted situations
- is able to apply the principles of organizational management and leadership in working life and has abilities for supervision tasks
- possesses entrepreneurial skills
x


Innovation competence


- is able to conduct research, development and innovation projects applying the existing knowledge and methods of the field
- is able to work in projects
- is capable of creative problem solving and development of working methods
- is able to find customer-oriented, sustainable and profitable solutions
x


Internationalization competence


-possesses communicative competence necessary for one’s work and for professional development in the subject field
- is able to operate in a multicultural environment
- takes into account the effects of and opportunities for internationalization development in one’s own field
x


Entrepreneurial competence


- Understanding of the interaction involved in the operations in a company and the business environment, and of the concept of entrepreneurship and the entrepreneurial way of working.
- Understanding of the principles associated with a profitable business, and ability to analyse the operations and risks in a business.
x


Quality control competence


- Knowledge of the typical field-related quality control systems
- Understanding of quality-control and the requirements of quality-control systems.
x


Physiotherapeutic assessment and clinical reasoning


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to examine and analyze function and dysfunction, especially mobility
- is able to draw up physiotherapy plans based on assessment and clinical reasoning in collaboration with the client to meet the client's needs
- is able to evaluate and monitor the effectiveness of physiotherapy
x


Counselling and guidance competence


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to apply a variety of teaching and counselling interventions to purposefully maintain and promote clients' functional capacity and health
- is able to apply the principles of motor learning to promote the clients'/groups' mobility and functional capacity
- is able to use therapeutic exercise methods in work with groups
- is able to plan and supervise exercise promoting health and functional capacity
x


Therapeutic competence


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to apply evidence-based knowledge in planning individualised physiotherapy
- is capable of client activation and reciprocal interaction
- is able to plan and implement therapeutic exercises on the basis of pathophysiology, stress physiology, neurophysiology and biomechanics
- is able to apply physical therapy interventions
- is capable of purposeful application of manual therapy
x


Collaboration and social competence


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to work both independently and as a member of multi-professional teams, groups, integrated care pathways and expert networks
- is able to actively contribute to the development and provision of physiotherapy and related services to respond to the national and international challenges in rehabilitation, sports and in the health and social sector
- has documentation and reporting skills
x


Technology competence


A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to make use of the technological advances in the planning, implementation and evaluation of physiotherapy
- is able to apply technology in the assessment of mobility and function ; is able to use adaptive aids to support clients' mobility and function
- is able to plan free access environments in multi-professional collaboration
- is able to apply ergonomics to adapt work and living environments to match human needs and characteristics
   

 

Curricula description
 
Degree program
FYSTER  Degree Programme in Physiotherapy
 
 
Annual Themes
 
Competencies
Y1  Learning competence
- is able to self-evaluate and develop one’s competence and learning style orientation
- is able to retrieve and analyze information and evaluate it critically
- is capable of taking responsibility for collaborative learning and sharing knowledge in teams
Y2  Ethical competence
- is able to take responsibility for one’s own actions and for the consequences of these actions
- is able to work according to the ethical principles of the subject field
- is able to take other people into account in one’s actions
- is able to apply the principles of equality
- is able to apply the principles of sustainable development
- is capable of social influencing using one’s know-how and based on ethical values
Y3  Working community competence
- is able to operate as a member of a work community
- is able to operate in communicative and interactive situations in working life
- is able to utilize information and communications technology in one’s subject field
- knows the working life in one’s subject field and is able to create personal contacts in working life and to operate in professional networks
- is capable of decision making in unpredicted situations
- is able to apply the principles of organizational management and leadership in working life and has abilities for supervision tasks
- possesses entrepreneurial skills
Y4  Innovation competence
- is able to conduct research, development and innovation projects applying the existing knowledge and methods of the field
- is able to work in projects
- is capable of creative problem solving and development of working methods
- is able to find customer-oriented, sustainable and profitable solutions
Y5  Internationalization competence
-possesses communicative competence necessary for one’s work and for professional development in the subject field
- is able to operate in a multicultural environment
- takes into account the effects of and opportunities for internationalization development in one’s own field
Y6  Entrepreneurial competence
- Understanding of the interaction involved in the operations in a company and the business environment, and of the concept of entrepreneurship and the entrepreneurial way of working.
- Understanding of the principles associated with a profitable business, and ability to analyse the operations and risks in a business.
Y7  Quality control competence
- Knowledge of the typical field-related quality control systems
- Understanding of quality-control and the requirements of quality-control systems.
101  Physiotherapeutic assessment and clinical reasoning
A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to examine and analyze function and dysfunction, especially mobility
- is able to draw up physiotherapy plans based on assessment and clinical reasoning in collaboration with the client to meet the client's needs
- is able to evaluate and monitor the effectiveness of physiotherapy
102  Counselling and guidance competence
A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to apply a variety of teaching and counselling interventions to purposefully maintain and promote clients' functional capacity and health
- is able to apply the principles of motor learning to promote the clients'/groups' mobility and functional capacity
- is able to use therapeutic exercise methods in work with groups
- is able to plan and supervise exercise promoting health and functional capacity
103  Therapeutic competence
A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to apply evidence-based knowledge in planning individualised physiotherapy
- is capable of client activation and reciprocal interaction
- is able to plan and implement therapeutic exercises on the basis of pathophysiology, stress physiology, neurophysiology and biomechanics
- is able to apply physical therapy interventions
- is capable of purposeful application of manual therapy
104  Collaboration and social competence
A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to work both independently and as a member of multi-professional teams, groups, integrated care pathways and expert networks
- is able to actively contribute to the development and provision of physiotherapy and related services to respond to the national and international challenges in rehabilitation, sports and in the health and social sector
- has documentation and reporting skills
105  Technology competence
A Bachelor of Health Care (Degree Programme in Physiotherapy):
- is able to make use of the technological advances in the planning, implementation and evaluation of physiotherapy
- is able to apply technology in the assessment of mobility and function ; is able to use adaptive aids to support clients' mobility and function
- is able to plan free access environments in multi-professional collaboration
- is able to apply ergonomics to adapt work and living environments to match human needs and characteristics

Curricula updated: 2016-04-27 16:23:47   Version: 2017-08-15 10:44:47