Interested in trying CareQuadrant’s on-demand, anywhere, anytime courses? Get started with our 30-minute course on Reflective Practice. We’re offering you a chance to get this course for free when you sign up for the discount code and updates. In this free half-hour course, you’ll have the opportunity to learn how our online courses work, while also learning important professional skills in reflective practice. You’ll receive a Certificate of Completion when you pass the course.
We built a great introductory course to give you an overview of reflective practice and a glimpse of how our longer courses work. There’s no catch. No obligation to continue on. No need to hand over your payment or credit card details. This is a professional-level course that takes you into the scholarly models and academic theories behind reflective practice and sets you on track to start using it in your own work.
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This introductory course will help learners develop knowledge, understanding and skills related to reflective practice, so that they are prepared to work through the complex challenges of professional roles, including working with difficult clients and managing ethically charged situations. Learners will also practice using reflection with a relevant, personal professional experience.
CCPA – pre-approved for 0.5 hours of CPD
Legal CPD Credits
- BC – approved for 0.5 hours under Lawyering Skills by Law Society of BC
- Alberta: For Alberta lawyers, consider including this course as a CPD learning activity in your mandatory annual Continuing Professional Development Plan as required by the Law Society of Alberta
- Manitoba, Yukon, NWT, Nunavut, PEI, Nova Scotia – consider including this course for 0.5 hours of CPD
By working through the course materials, reflective practice models and progress and reflection exercises, learners will be able to:
- Define reflective practice
- Give examples
- Discuss the benefits
- Explain how reflective practice differs from technical-rational scientific definitions of knowledge
- Describe the contributions of major scholars and their models of reflective practice
- Discuss how relationships and context shape reflection
- Examine ethical considerations for reflective practice
- Start building reflective practices into their own work and their own process of continuing professional development
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Andrea Coutu & Tracy Humphreys
PS: Does this sound too good to be true? We get it. We’re cautious too. But there’s no catch here. If you insist on paying, you can also get the course here for full price