|Module code||NSA 3700 (Level 6)|
NSA 4700 (Level 7)
|Start date||October 2020|
|Duration||6 days on campus, full-time|
|Fees||£60 per credit|
This module serves to enable practitioners to develop an in-depth understanding of ways of teaching and facilitating the variety of learners that are in the practice area .
Students do need to have an active role in supporting learners in practice.
On successful completion of this module, you will be able to:
An adult learning approach will be utilised, in order to acknowledge the status of the students as registered practitioners with significant prior learning. The aims and learning outcomes of this module relate to developing a core body of knowledge, in order to facilitate these a range of teaching and learning strategies will be employed.
The focus is on approaches that encourage students to be responsible for their own learning and progress. It is recognised that individuals learn in different ways, by providing a range of teaching and learning strategies it is intended to maximise student potential. Student presentations, scenario work, and pre and post sessional work are important components of the module that students are required to engage in.
Students will attend University for 6 taught days: Day 1: 6/10 2020, Day 2: 3/11/2020, Day 3: 1/12/2020, Day 4: 12/1/2021, Day 5: 9/2/2021, Day 6: 16/3/2021 (subject to change). You will also need to attend half a day for induction (Date to be confirmed).
Students will submit a portfolio of evidence and a reflection on their role and development at a personal/professional level and the impact of their role on others.
You need to identify a colleague in the practice area who will be able to support you while you undertake this course and contribute to the assessment process . This would usually be a qualified practice teacher
Your current employer must confirm the following:
Please visit our CPD page to download an healthcare and social work application form and for more information on the application process.