Fieldwork Education Documents

This area contains many fieldwork documents and materials that may be useful for you in facilitating an upcoming placement, or learning more information on how to become a Fieldwork Educator.

  • Fieldwork Site Manual
  • Canadian Guidelines for Fieldwork Education in Occupational Therapy
  • Competency-Based Fieldwork Education for Occupational Therapists – UBC Version (Student Evaluation Package)
  • Description of and Recommended Activities for Each of the Placements in the UBC Master of Occupational Therapy Program

Fieldwork Site Manual (Updated 2017)

This document is a comprehensive manual meant to provide students and Fieldwork Educators with detailed information on fieldwork policies, expectations of roles and responsibilities, and fieldwork evaluation. Educators will find useful sections on communicating with students, preparing for the placement, and supervision strategies.

Canadian Guidelines for Fieldwork Education in Occupational Therapy

This document provides detailed information on site accreditation. The “Fieldwork Site Profile” asks educators to provide information on the site, and specific information on learning opportunities and resources, administrative resources, amenities, site requirements for students, and contact information.

Competency-Based Fieldwork Education for Occupational Therapists – UBC Version (Student Evaluation Package)

This document provides instructions and the forms necessary for Fieldwork Educators to evaluate students in their placements.

Description of and Recommended Activities for Each of the Placements in the UBC Master of Occupational Therapy Program

A description of the five levels of placement that are part of the Master of Occupational Therapy program.

Fieldwork Educator’s Manual

Manual used at the Fieldwork Educator’s Workshop. The manual covers topics related to practices and issues of supervising students, topics include, expectations for each level of student, preparation and planning for student placements, writing learning objectives, learning styles, and teaching techniques providing effective feedback, and the formal evaluation.