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Enhancing Teaching, Learning & Assessment (Level 7)

 

Location:

UEA, Norwich

Event Category:

Nursing, Medicine, Midwifery, Allied Health Professionals, Ambulance Service, Operating Department, Health and Social Care

Start Date

September 2018 TBC

Service Priority

Mentorship & Clinical Education

Duration

4 Days

Level

7

Credits

20

Cost

£810

Course Information

This will introduce you to the underpinning educational theory and practice required to enhance your clinical education role, particularly as a clinical supervisor, mentor, or practice educator. It recognises the uniqueness of learning in clinical and practice settings and the importance of the role of the educator in facilitating learning which occurs in the context of client care. You will develop skills and experience professional socialisation which cannot readily be acquired elsewhere. The overall aim is to provide you with a body of knowledge and principles to facilitate teaching, learning and assessment in practice-based settings. This will enable you to work effectively with learners who will become the workforce of the future and will ultimately improve services. This module is relevant to all health and social care professionals who supervise/mentor students or other clinicians who teach in higher education, whether they are new to these roles or new to studying at masters level. If you are a Nursing and Midwifery professionals who is taking this module as a route to mentorship, you must have access to a pre-registration student on a recognised NMC program in order to teach, supervise and assess the learner.

Is this course for me?

This module is relevant to all health and social care professionals who supervise/mentor students, other clinicians who teach in higher education, whether they are new to these roles or new to studying at masters level. Nursing and midwifery professionals who are taking this module as a route to mentorship must have access to a pre-registration student on a recognised NMC program in order to teach, supervise and assess the learner.

How will I learn?

Face to face learning

Study Dates

To be confirmed

Course Director

Nicola Young Nicki.Young@uea.ac.uk