Residential Snapshots - Leadership & Project Management Programs
Students will attend two or three short residential intensive blocks (spanning from 3-5 days each session) as part of the core requirements of undertaking a postgraduate program in Veterinary Public Health Management. The residentials are held at the University of Sydney's Camperdown Campus.
Students may also take these residential units as part of their electives in the Veterinary Public Health Program.
The residential intensive blocks are structured to maximise opportunities for skill development, critical enquiry and professional interaction, and incorporate group activities such as informal modified lectures, tutorial exercises, discussion groups, small-group tasks and role-plays.
Residentials are compulsory for students enrolled in the following units of study:
- VETS7025 Leadership, People and Organisations
- VETS7026 Leadership: Managing Change
- VETS7027 Project Management
The residential intensive blocks are structured to maximise opportunities for skill development, critical enquiry and professional interaction.
They will incorporate group activities such as:
- informal modified lectures
- tutorial exercises
- discussion groups
- small-group assignments