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This course is intended for appropriately qualified practitioners who support the process of learning and assessment in the practice and academic setting. This course is part-time and designed to offer a flexible pathway. It is possible to study individual modules or the whole course, however this decision must be made before application.

The course incorporates the elements required by:

  • Nurses and Midwives who wish to become Community Practice Teachers or Nurse/ Midwife Teachers (recorded with the NMC).
  • Social Workers who wish to gain the Stage 1 and stage 2 Practice Educator awards in Practice Education.
  • The course also meets the needs of those Allied Health Professionals and General Practitioners who wish to be recognised by their professional bodies.

This course is intended for appropriately qualified practitioners who support the process of learning and assessment in the practice and academic setting. This course is part-time and designed to offer a flexible pathway. It is possible to study individual modules or the whole course, however this decision must be made before application. The course incorporates the elements required...

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Course Content

PgCert Practice Education (60 credits)

  • The role of the Practice Educator - TBE- 7- 009 (40 credits)
  • Curriculum perspectives - TBE- 7- 010 (20 credits), or:
  • Practice development educator - TBE-7-011 (Social Work) (20 credits)

PgDip Practice Education (120 credits)

Year 1

  • The role of the Practice Educator - TBE- 7- 009 (40 credits)
  • Curriculum perspectives - TBE- 7- 010 (20 credits), or:
  • Practice development educator - TBE-7-011 (Social Work) (20 credits)

Year 2

  • Leadership and Innovation in Practice Education – TBE -7- 012 (20 credits)
  • Research in Health and Social Care – TAR -7-011 (20 credits)
  • 1 optional Module, selected from the list below (20 credits )

Optional modules:

  • Leading in Patient and Public Engagement - RCN-7102 (20 credits)
  • Mentoring and Coaching for Leadership in Health Care - RCN -7 103 (20 credits)
  • Or  an optional Module from our CPPD prospectus (20 credits)

MA Practice Education (180 credits)

Year 1

  • The role of the Practice Educator - TBE- 7- 009 (40 credits)
  • Curriculum perspectives - TBE- 7- 010 (20 credits), or:
  • Practice development educator - TBE-7-011 (Social Work) (20 credits)

Year 2

  • Leadership and Innovation in Practice Education – TBE -7- 012 (20 credits)
  • Research in Health and Social Care – TAR -7-011 (20 credits)
  • 1 optional Module, selected from the list below (20 credits )

Optional modules:

  • Leading in Patient and Public Engagement - RCN-7102 (20 credits)
  • Mentoring and Coaching for Leadership in Health Care - RCN -7 103 (20 credits)
  • Or  an optional Module from our CPPD prospectus (20 credits)

Year 3

  • Dissertation - TAR-7-010 (60 credits)

PgCert Practice Education (60 credits) The role of the Practice Educator - TBE- 7- 009 (40 credits) Curriculum perspectives - TBE- 7- 010 (20 credits), or: Practice development educator - TBE-7-011 (Social Work) (20 credits) PgDip Practice Education (120...

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Entry Requirements

In order to be considered for entry to the course(s) applicants will be required to have the following qualifications:

  • Degree in a relevant health or social care discipline at a minimum lower second class award or evidence of equivalent health and/or social care experience which equates to level 6 abilities, e.g. working as a senior practitioner in a clinical leadership or management role which requires evidence of critical analysis and evaluation.  Students would expect to have studied at Level 6 and hold a minimum of 60 credits including a research methods module.
  • Be working in an area with access to learners ( please see the additional criteria below)
  • Where relevant, hold at least one entry on the appropriate professional register
  • Have spent a minimum of three years in a relevant health or social care setting
  • APL/APEL arrangements will be available to allow entrants to access the programme at different levels depending on previous learning and experience. This will include an interim arrangement for applicants who have completed the Practice Educator 1 from the previous course.

In order to be considered for entry to the course(s) applicants will be required to have the following qualifications: Degree in a relevant health or social care discipline at a minimum lower second class award or evidence of equivalent health and/or social care experience which equates to level 6 abilities, e.g. working as a senior practitioner in a clinical leadership or...

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