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Learning outcomes of the course
On successful completion of this module a student will be able to evidence the following:
Students are able to Evidence and Demonstrate:
Student understand user-centeredness as the basis for space planning
- Student is able to observe and evaluate the built environment
- Student understands the productivity of space solutions
- She provides a view of the premises to support the user's well-being
- She understands the impact of the indoor environment on space comfort
- Student understands user-centered design methods
- She understands the importance of RT cards in spatial planning and
basic issues of space planning
- She is able to evaluate and develop the functionality and usability of the facilities
- can produce ideas for the design of the spaces
- is able to visualize a functioning space
- can act as a representative of a user in a construction team
- a user-centered, productive, functional and well-being work environment
- availability of facilities
- space requirements
- operating spaces
- observation of the built environment
- planning of the work spaces
- visualization of a functioning space
Prerequisites and co-requisites
Assessment criteria - grade 1 and 2
For the general assessment criteria of the competence generated by the Bachelor of Hospitality Management.
please see the website of JAMK University of Applied Sciences (www.jamk.fi/english/forstudents/studyguide).
The learning outcomes of a course will be assessed in accordance with its learning objectives on the basis of the skills and knowledge and general competences specified in The National and European Quality Management Systems (NQF/EQF,).
- knows the factors related to the functionality and usability of the premises
- knows the stages of the construction project and the user representatives in the building project.
- understands space planning
- understands the needs of the user in spatial planning
- understands the effects of the built environment on user well-being.
- master grade 1-2 in addition to the required core competence and is able to apply the lessons learned:
- to understand the premises as a productive environment.
- is able to visualize a functioning space.
- Can act as a representative of the user in the working groups of the construction project.
- master the core competencies required for grade 1-3 and:
- is able to promote the user-centeredness of the premises in the spatial planning
- can use the RT card appropriately in space planning.
In addition to the required core competence of grade 3 (good) - 4 (praiseworthy),
- the student is able to apply the lessons learned:
- the student is able to analyze the business space from the point of view of productivity.
- is able to operate user-centered in construction project teams.
- is able to evaluate and develop the usability and functionality of premises by means of user-oriented space planning.