To apply, you will need to be currently in a role which has a contractual obligation for teaching, learning and assessment and, if you require registration with the Nursing and Midwifery Council (nurses and midwives only) you need to have been a registered practitioner working with students for a minimum period of three years.
Months of entry
Based over three years, the course is conducted as a blended learning process, involving a combination of lectures, tutorials, online study, workshops and independent study.
- Exploring Professional Roles in Practice, Professional Study and Practices, Effective Learning and Teaching in Higher Education Contexts
- Research Methods, Assessment Evaluation and Support, Option
Options Adults with Incapacity; Assessment, Evaluation and Support; Child Protection in Context; Child Protection: Risk to Reality; Contemporary Ethical and Professional Issues in Healthcare; Critical Thinking, Analysis and Writing; Dissertation; Effective Learning and Teaching in Higher Education; Exploring Professional Roles in Practice; Independent and Supplementary Prescribing for Nurses, Midwives and Allied Health Professionals; Leadership; Interprofessional Learning and Mentoring; Managing Performance for Person Centred Services; Politics, Policy and Practice; Practising within a Consultancy Role; Professional Study & Practices; Research Methods; Safeguarding Vulnerable Individuals and Families; Pathophysiology and Epidemiology in Diabetes Mellitus; Preparation and Practice of Supervisors of Midwives; Work Based learning Portfolio 1; Work Based Learning Portfolio 2.
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Information Office
- +44 (0)8452 60 60 40