|Module code||NSA 3632|
|Fees||Funding options available|
|Duration||Full-time: three days on campus and two days self-directed learning|
|Programme leader||Aine Feeney|
Advance your teaching skills to the standard outlined by the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) in this short course designed for a wide range of healthcare mentors. This Level is available to all applicants and successful completion enables you to become a recognised NMC Mentor without academic credits.
Designed around the 'Standard to support learning and assessment in practice' as outlined by the NMC in 2008, this course will equip you with the advanced knowledge and practical skills to enhance your mentoring practice. This course will encourage you to critically evaluate the role of the mentor, including professional accountability and how to lead learning within a changing healthcare service. Through a series of lectures and group discussions you will examine the issues that arise from mentoring learners with particular focus on how to develop innovative and creative approaches to providing an optimum learning environment.
Armed with these valuable insights and contemporary skills you will enhance your mentoring practice and career prospects for the future.
Taught by experienced practitioners and lecturers at our London campus, this course will support and challenge you to enhance your mentoring practice through exploration of the following subjects:
Day two: Self-directed study day
Day four: Self-directed study day
There are several funding options available:
For more information for any of these options, including fee rates for self-funding/employer-sponsored students, please visit our dedicated funding page.
To be eligible for this module, you must be a registered nurse/health professional for a minimum of 12 months.
Please visit our CPD health practitioner webpage to download an application form and for more information on the application process.