In the fourth year the emphasis is on developing the practice. You are still working towards completion of stage 2 of the clinical training and are also involved in your project, so no formal home assignments are set.
The teaching program continues apace however, and during the fourth year we invite lecturers who have developed their own individual ways of seeing and practising in order to give a broader picture from which students can take what is valuable to them.
By the end of the fourth year some of you may commence Stage 3 of clinical training, which involves a more informal contact with the supervisor and extends beyond graduation to registration.
You are requested to attend 8 school clinics during this year. You are also requested to complete your sitting in time up to a total of 240 clinic hours (including clinic time)..