The Wellbeing Toolkit
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Please note: This subject coding (TAS-ZWT9001A) is only available to students studying one of the Undergraduate Certificate in Applied Health.
Upon completion of this subject, students should be able to:
- Identify and describe key concepts, principles and processes across multiple discipline areas
- Develop and evaluate skills, techniques and strategies across a variety of discipline areas
- Critically reflect on your learning experiences
- Stress, Self-care and Mindfulness
- Financial Planning and Budgeting
- The Art of Healthy Eating
- Science of Gardening
- Human Behaviour in Extreme Environments
- History of Public Health: Epidemics and Social Change
- Learning to Learn
- Making Home
- Arts in Health & Medicine
- Supporting Ourselves and Our Communities
In order to enrol in this subject, you must be accepted into one of the following degrees:
No special requirements
The Wellbeing Toolkit is a subject that introduces a range of key topics, principles, skills and capabilities within a Tasmanian context. At the University of Tasmania, we believe that our island is stronger together. So, as we face various challenges, this unit will provide a range of modules to support a more confident, connected and resilient community. In this subject you will complete various practical activities that enable you to critically reflect on your learning experiences. You will have the opportunity to develop a unique set of skills, techniques and strategies that you can apply to both your personal life and your career.
There is a suite of distinctive modules in this subject, from which you can select four. These modules include a range of topics related to health, wellbeing, families, communities, the environment and more. The modules are all self-paced, but you will need to complete the four modules within the overall timeframe set for the subject.
There are quizzes and reflection activities that combine to form the subject assessment, which will be graded only as a pass or fail.
- x4 Multiple Choice Quizzes (50%)
- Guided Reflection (50%)