Upon completing the course students should:
- Be able to empower clients and advocate on their behalf.
- To use suitable analysis and assessment skills in building personal rehabilitation plans which serve to meet personal needs and needs of the community.
- Be able to take responsibility for rehabilitation plans, to justify them and follow through with their implementation.
- To have developed professional skills and independence in organising and/or drawing on diverse resources and ways which facilitate the participation of individuals in employment.
- To show initiatives in projects, oversee them and be accountable for the work of individuals and groups.
- To be able to explain and communicate theoretical and research based information about rehabilitation.
- To show resilience and resourcefulness in engaging with complex situations in a positive manner.