Nutrition and Dietetics
Bachelor TR-NQF-HE: Level 6 QF-EHEA: First Cycle EQF-LLL: Level 6

Course Introduction and Application Information

Course Code: SHZ020
Course Name: Non-Governmental Institutions, Non-Governmental Organizations and Volunteering
Semester: Fall
Course Credits:
ECTS
Language of instruction:
Course Condition:
Does the Course Require Work Experience?: No
Type of course: Compulsory Courses
Course Level:
Bachelor TR-NQF-HE:6. Master`s Degree QF-EHEA:First Cycle EQF-LLL:6. Master`s Degree
Mode of Delivery: Face to face
Course Coordinator: STAFF
Course Lecturer(s):
Course Assistants:

Course Objective and Content

Course Objectives: The aim of this course is to provide students with the strategic knowledge that they will follow in order to gain conceptual competence on Civil Society and Volunteering and to be more productive as an NGO professional or volunteer. In addition, the studies of developing non-governmental organizations in the world and in Turkey will be examined.
Course Content: In the course, they will briefly see the working procedures and principles of non-governmental organizations in today's world, especially volunteering and non-governmental activities, their activities, and their strategies to explain themselves to the society in the context of publicity and public relations. In addition to these, there will be sharing of experiences by various non-governmental organizations about their activities.

Learning Outcomes

The students who have succeeded in this course;
1) With this course, the student; They will have sufficient conceptual knowledge about Volunteering Studies, will become knowledgeable about Civil Society practices, will learn the relationship and effects between a country's Civil Society Studies and Society, and will be able to analyze these issues.
2) Gains Awareness About Humanitarian Issues
3) Creating awareness of volunteering
4) Developing volunteering practice especially in non-governmental organizations and non-governmental organizations
5) Ability to implement with teamwork
6) Being sensitive to social problems
7) Taking part in volunteer-based projects

Course Flow Plan

Week Subject Related Preparation
1) Introduction in the context of Subject and Content
2) The Concept of Civil Society and NGOs
3) State and Civil Society in Turkey
4) Volunteering in Non-Governmental Organizations, Volunteer Management
5) Social Responsibility and Social Entrepreneurship
6) Volunteering practices in NGOs
7) Application Examples
8) Midterm
9) Students' Volunteering Practices
10) Students' Volunteering Practices
11) Students' Volunteering Practices
12) Students' Volunteering Practices
13) Students' Volunteering Practices
14) Students' Volunteering Practices
15) Final examination

Sources

Course Notes / Textbooks: Uluslararası ve ulasal kuruluşların güncel raporları
References: Ders notları ve ppt sunumları

Course - Program Learning Outcome Relationship

Course Learning Outcomes

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Program Outcomes
1) To be able to evaluate the basic knowledge and evidence-based developments in the field of Nutrition and Dietetics, research, implementation, accuracy, reliability and validity.
2) To be able to develop an individual-specific nutritional plan and program in accordance with the rules of adequate and balanced nutrition, determination of energy and nutrient requirements of individuals with scientific methods.
3) Develop the nutritional and nutritional plan and policy for the protection, improvement and improvement of health by using methods for determining the nutritional status of the population.
4) To be able to evaluate the factors affecting the nutritional quality of the individual and society in production consumption chain and apply standards and legal regulations on food safety and security.
5) To use the current technologies, computer and information processing skills in the process of gathering and implementing basic information about Nutrition and Dietetics, having the ability of problem solving and decision making, creating a research project, information gathering and report preparation process.
6) Defines, evaluates, interprets, produces solutions, produces medical nutrition therapy, makes team work with all national and international stakeholders in health and social fields, acts according to ethical rules by using current knowledge and skills acquired in Nutrition and Dietetics field.
7) Taking into consideration the energy and nutrient requirements of the target group, evaluating the Nutrition and Dietetic aspects, makes menu planning in the institutions which are mass-fed and takes care of the food safety at all stages from the purchase of food to the service, and utilizes the technological developments in providing the appropriate service delivery.
8) Develops and implements strategies to encourage individuals and communities to choose safe and healthy foods, and prepares and updates relevant educational materials.
9) Makes laboratory applications for product development, nutrient analysis and factors affecting quality, evaluates and evaluates according to legal regulations.
10) Plans, manages, evaluates, monitors, reports and leads teamwork and supports the creation of national and international nutritional and nutritional plans and policies to promote healthy nutrition awareness of individuals and society throughout the life cycle.
11) Plans, implements, monitors and evaluates the appropriate medical nutrition therapy in an interdisciplinary approach, taking into account the sociocultural and economic structure of patients with different age groups. Participates in clinical trials.
12) Uses English at an adequate level to follow professional developments and to communicate with colleagues, patients and the community.
13) Uses current informatics and communication technologies effectively to reach and disseminate information in the field.
14) All field studies and scientific studies work in teams with their colleagues and different professions.
15) Performs his / her duties within the framework of Professional Responsibility and ethical values, adopts the importance of lifelong learning and continuously develops himself / herself by following the developments in science, technology and health, and ensures the progress and development of the profession of dietician.

Course - Learning Outcome Relationship

No Effect 1 Lowest 2 Average 3 Highest
       
Program Outcomes Level of Contribution
1) To be able to evaluate the basic knowledge and evidence-based developments in the field of Nutrition and Dietetics, research, implementation, accuracy, reliability and validity.
2) To be able to develop an individual-specific nutritional plan and program in accordance with the rules of adequate and balanced nutrition, determination of energy and nutrient requirements of individuals with scientific methods.
3) Develop the nutritional and nutritional plan and policy for the protection, improvement and improvement of health by using methods for determining the nutritional status of the population.
4) To be able to evaluate the factors affecting the nutritional quality of the individual and society in production consumption chain and apply standards and legal regulations on food safety and security.
5) To use the current technologies, computer and information processing skills in the process of gathering and implementing basic information about Nutrition and Dietetics, having the ability of problem solving and decision making, creating a research project, information gathering and report preparation process.
6) Defines, evaluates, interprets, produces solutions, produces medical nutrition therapy, makes team work with all national and international stakeholders in health and social fields, acts according to ethical rules by using current knowledge and skills acquired in Nutrition and Dietetics field.
7) Taking into consideration the energy and nutrient requirements of the target group, evaluating the Nutrition and Dietetic aspects, makes menu planning in the institutions which are mass-fed and takes care of the food safety at all stages from the purchase of food to the service, and utilizes the technological developments in providing the appropriate service delivery.
8) Develops and implements strategies to encourage individuals and communities to choose safe and healthy foods, and prepares and updates relevant educational materials.
9) Makes laboratory applications for product development, nutrient analysis and factors affecting quality, evaluates and evaluates according to legal regulations.
10) Plans, manages, evaluates, monitors, reports and leads teamwork and supports the creation of national and international nutritional and nutritional plans and policies to promote healthy nutrition awareness of individuals and society throughout the life cycle.
11) Plans, implements, monitors and evaluates the appropriate medical nutrition therapy in an interdisciplinary approach, taking into account the sociocultural and economic structure of patients with different age groups. Participates in clinical trials.
12) Uses English at an adequate level to follow professional developments and to communicate with colleagues, patients and the community.
13) Uses current informatics and communication technologies effectively to reach and disseminate information in the field.
14) All field studies and scientific studies work in teams with their colleagues and different professions.
15) Performs his / her duties within the framework of Professional Responsibility and ethical values, adopts the importance of lifelong learning and continuously develops himself / herself by following the developments in science, technology and health, and ensures the progress and development of the profession of dietician.

Assessment & Grading

Semester Requirements Number of Activities Level of Contribution
Midterms 1 % 40
Final 1 % 60
total % 100
PERCENTAGE OF SEMESTER WORK % 40
PERCENTAGE OF FINAL WORK % 60
total % 100

Workload and ECTS Credit Calculation

Activities Number of Activities Workload
Course Hours 14 42
Application 16 48
Study Hours Out of Class 16 80
Midterms 1 1
Final 1 1
Total Workload 172