Practical psychology

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RIGA, 2006

Self-assessment of the professional higher education study programme of the IHSPP (SPPA) “Practical psychology”: acquisition of professional Bachelor degree in psychology and qualification of a practical psychologist.

1. Aims and tasks of the programme of IHSPP (SPPA) are study results gained after acquisition of higher education programme in form of knowledge, skills and attitudes

1.1. Aims and tasks of the study programme of IHSPP (SPPA)

1. p.

1.2. Results, gained after acquisition of higher education programme in form of knowledge, skills and attitudes

1. p.

2. Organization of the IHSPP (SPPA) study programme (programme structure changes in corresponding self-assessment period), correspondence of the programme plan to aims and tasks of the High School, as well as activity of inner quality mechanism of the programme

2. p.

3. Programmes of the IHSPP (SPPA) and annotations of study courses, practical activities, seminars and other study events

3.1. Short description of study programme

3. p.

3.2. Study programme of the higher professional education “Practical psychology”

3.2.1. Full-time studies

5. p.

3.2.2. Summary table

9. p.

3.2.3. Part-time studies

10. p.

3.2.4. Summary table

14. p.

3.2.5. Content, structure and amount of the programme part of the study programme of the IHSPP (SPPA)

14. p.

3.2.6. Time allocation for acquisition of a programme

17. p.

3.2.7. Comparison of the professional Bachelor study programme in psychology of the IHSPP (SPPA) with higher education programmes abroad

17. p.

4. Evaluation system (definition of the choice of evaluation methods and result analysis)

4.1. Evaluation system

19. p.

4.2. Following student’s skills are evaluated

21. p.

4.3. Types and procedures of examination

21. p.

4.4. Result analysis

22. p.

5. Practical implementation of the study programme of the IHSPP (SPPA) (study methods and forms, research work of the academic staff and its influence on the study work, involvement of students into research projects)

22. p.

6. Evaluation of the perspective of the study programme of the IHSPP (SPPA), taking into account tasks of Latvia in realization of common strategies of the EU. Evaluation criteria

6.1. Accordance of the programme of the IHSPP (SPPA) to the state standard of professional higher education and profession standard

24. p.

6.1.1. Regulations Nr. 481 from November 20, 2001 of the Cabinet of Ministers of the Republic of Latvia – “Regulations about the standard of the 2nd level professional higher education”

25. p.

6.1.2. Profession standard PS 0078, approved with the regulation N. 351 from June 6, 2002 of the Ministry of Education and Science

25. p.

6.1.3. Regulation Nr. 265 from December 16, 2002 of the Ministry of Welfare – “About changes in the Profession Classifier”

25. p.

6.2. Questionnaire of employers about the employment of graduates for the next six years

26. p.

7. Students

7.1. Number of students in the programme

26. p.

7.2. Number of matriculated students at the 1st study year

26. p.

7.3. Number of graduates

26. p.

7.4. Student questionnaires and their analysis

27. p.

7.5. Graduates questionnaires and their analysis

27. p.

7.6. Participation of students in the improvement of the study process

27. p.

8. Evaluation of the academic personnel at the IHSPP (SPPA)

8.1. Number of academia staff, pointing the number of academic positions and a number of persons who have Doctor scientific degree or Master degree

28. p.

8.2. Accordance of the qualification of the academic personnel to realization of aims and tasks of structural units (project management, research directions and their results), underlining that there are at least 50% of the elected academic personnel are working in the study programme of higher education, not including elective parts of a programme, praxis, realization of final and state examination

29. p.

8.3. There are a least two Doctors or professors in that science field, in which the higher education programme is conducted

33. p.

8.4. Policy of selection, reinstatement, training and development of the academic personnel for the next six years

33. p.

8.5. The academia personnel involved into the programme of the IHSPP (SPPA) has to be highly qualified and competent in order to ensure that students learn the necessary scientific skills, theoretic knowledge and acquisition of skills and competences

34. p.

9. Financial sources and infrastructural support

34. p.

10. Public relations

10.1. Cooperation with employers

35. p.

10.2. Cooperation with Latvian and foreign high schools that have similar higher education programmes

36. p.

10.3. Students that have been studying abroad in the frame of the study exchange programme

37. p.

10.4. Number of foreign students in the programme

38. p.

11. Documents that confirm that in case of liquidation of the higher education programme, the announcer will ensure the students a possibility to prolong acquisition of education of a concrete study programme in other higher education institution or choosing other programme

38. p.

12. Development plan of the higher education programme

38. p.


1. Excerpt from the protocol of the Senate Meeting

39. p.

2. Licence Nr. 04033-19, 07.07.2006

40. p.

3. Profession standard

41. p.

4. Standard of the issued diploma and appendix

48. p.

5. Annotations of study courses

55. p.

6. CVs of Academic personnel

111. p.

7. List of scientific researches and creativity achievements of the academic staff that was involved into programme realization

167. p.

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