Nursing & Allied Health
Evidencing Professional Learning
This module aims to allow you to develop autonomy in your professional and academic development in a specific area of practice identified by the you and/or your employer. You are able to gain academic credit for work based learning through the development of a learning contract and academic supervision.
4 months part-time
Semester 1 - 29 September 2021 Semester 2 - 2 February 2022
Blended Learning - City Campus/MS Teams
Level 6 - £1000 (20 credits) Level 7 - £1000 (20 credits) Level 6 - £2000 (40 credits) Level 7 - £2000 (40 credits)
The learning outcomes for this module are agreed with their academic supervisor and must be appropriate to the level and the amount of credit sought. In each case the student will be required to develop a learning contract outlining a project or practice development that reflects professional and/or personal learning needs and makes a contribution to practice.
N.B. This module can be undertaken as either a 20 credit or 40 credit module.
*Delivered via a blended approach that includes online teaching and learning, digital learning and on campus sessions. If a further lockdown is necessary then delivery will be continued and supported via online and digital learning. We therefore require you to have access and the ability to MS Teams
Students from all our courses and modules may have the opportunity of increased promotion prospects and the ability to take on developmental and specialist roles in a range of health and social care settings. The credits you gain from the module can be used for further study – towards a Degree or Masters Programme.
Everything you need to know
These modules are designed for practitioners working with health and social care clients. For admission to the module you will usually be required to provide evidence of the successful completion of 120 credits (or equivalent) at the appropriate level in a relevant area / discipline: 120 credits at level 5 (Dip HE) for level 6 (degree) study, 120 credits at level 6 (BScH/BAH) for level 7 (masters) study. Support from your line manager.
Remote Learning Prerequisites:
To undertake the course you must have access to a PC/laptop/device that has access to the internet and has sufficient memory and software to run MS Teams. It is recommended that this is run via the App rather than in a web browser. You will need to have practiced using this app and be able to use your webcam.
More information about how MS Teams will be used can be found here.
You may find it helpful to contact your employers IT support or you can learn more about MS Teams via the Microsoft support link.
Click the link to download Microsoft Teams for free.
Individual students will agree a topic area and negotiate a learning contract specifying the aims and learning outcomes with an academic supervisor. The learning contract will culminate in the submission of evidence that demonstrates the achievement of the student’s stated learning outcomes. Evidence may include: literature review, implementation and evaluation of practice guidelines/protocols, production of education or training materials, audio, IT or multimedia materials relevant to practice. Student’s will submit an account incorporated within the evidence, justifying the chosen subject, and reflecting on the key learning that took place and its application to practice.
Formative feedback will be provided throughout via an academic supervisor and in particular, in relation to the development of the learning contract
- 29 September 2021
- 6 October 2021
- Academic supervision
- 2 February 2022
- 9 February 2022
- Academic supervision