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Evidencing Ongoing Professional Development (30)

Key Information


Programme Type

Short Course

Delivery

Blended learning

Award

30 PG Credits

Cost

£1500

Next Start Date

Date TBC

Course Overview

This course has been designed to meet the needs of practitioners from a range of healthcare backgrounds such as nurses, paramedics, physiotherapists, occupational therapists, and radiographers.

By encouraging critical reflection and application of theoretical perspectives, it aims to allow student to re-examine prior learning from individual study, short courses, and non-accredited learning opportunities as well as conference proceedings, professional reading, and occupational activity.

Key Features

Aligned with NHS career framework

Part Time

Delivered by experienced healthcare professionals

Designed for practitioners

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Entry Requirements 

Professional registration and 2 years post registration experience in a relevant healthcare setting.

 

How You Study

This course is delivered through blended remote learning. There will be online workshops and materials which you can access through the Virtual Learning Environment.

You will also be able to access both group and individual tutorial support to help you reflect on learning and apply theoretical approaches.

Self-directed learning and independent study is also encouraged on this course, to help contextualise your learning to your practice.

This course typically focuses on:
- Further development of academic reading, writing, and discussion skills
- Analysis and application of theoretical discourse to professional knowledge
- Approaches to critical reflection and the development of metacognition
- Application of professional values, ethics, and inclusive approaches to care
- Recording learning using reflexive learning logs
- Goal-setting and evaluation of outcomes of professional learning in practice
- Exploration of the concepts of critical thinking, reflection, and sources of professional knowledge.
- Evidence-informed practice and the relevance of research to professional knowledge
- Situating own practice within wider governance, legislative, political, and cultural influences.
- Analysis of personal learning, and the influence of working practices and cultures on individual thinking.
- Collaborative approaches to professional working
- Skills for the dissemination of good practice to a range of audiences
- Career and personal development planning

How you are assessed

For assessment on this course, you will have a choice of either a collated portfolio or a presentation. which will form 60 per cent of your summative assessment. The further 40 per cent will be made of a 1500 word personal development plan.

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