Support for Learning in Practice (Study Day)
This course aims to prepare registered professionals involved with the education of students to provide effective placement learning experiences. The course provides skills and knowledge to facilitate others to develop and practice knowledge and skills in the workplace. It also prepares them to assess student competence.
- Level and Credits – This training is available as a non-accredited study day or APPLE accredited (assessment required)
- Duration – 09:30-16:30
- Start date – Wednesday 25 March 2020 & Tuesday 19 May 2020
Facilitators - Robert Avery 25 March 2020 & Judy Purton 19 May 2020
Funded places are available
Health Education England funding available Funding criteria
At the end of the first taught day students will be asked to decide whether they want to enrol to complete the assessment, and gain APPLE accreditation.
Registrants are required to demonstrate continuing professional development to remain on the register. This course and the subsequent supervision of students could contribute to this thus meeting the requirements of HPC and NMC.
The course meets the requirements for accreditation with COT under the APPLE scheme. It also meets the accreditation requirements of the Society of Radiographers (SCoR).
The course consists of one day of face to face learning plus the equivalent of a day of e-learning delivered via the University's Virtual Learning Environment.
- Advance and reflect upon existing interpersonal skills, enhance effective learning and teaching and comprehensive assessment, and contribute to the involvement of others in the practice learning environment.
- Evaluate learning, teaching and mentorship theories, principles of assessment, concepts of reliability and validity.
- Critically analyse the practice setting as a learning environment and develop effective evidence based learning opportunities.
- Evaluate contribution to on-going audit and quality enhancement of the practice learning environment.
- Negotiate learning needs and use appropriate assessment strategies to offer guidance, provide feedback, facilitate and support learning and assessment, and reflect upon these processes.
- Critically reflect upon the responsibilities and boundaries of their role in supporting learning, teaching and assessment working within a legal, ethical, and professional framework cognisant of their professional accountability.
We offer individual postgraduate modules to meet your particular CPD needs or as the beginning of your postgraduate journey to a PG Cert or MSc. Evaluating Evidence and Effecting Change is an excellent place to start, enabling you to follow the evidence based practice approach to critique evidence and apply your findings to improve your practice or service. Other modules enable you to develop as a leader or transform your practice through the application of a health coaching approach.
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