Postgraduate Certificates Fund 2021/22

 

APPLICATION WINDOW NOW CLOSED.

 

Applications will now close on Sunday 18th July 2021.

 

GUIDANCE and PROCESS to apply for:

University of Exeter

  • Postgraduate Certificate in Clinical Education
  • Postgraduate Certificate in Healthcare Leadership and Management
  • Postgraduate Certificate in Health Research Methods
  • Postgraduate Certificate in Genomic Medicine (Online)
  • Postgraduate Certificate in Health data Science
  • Postgraduate Certificate in Public Health

University of Plymouth

  • Postgraduate Certificate in Clinical Education
  • Postgraduate Certificate in Healthcare Management, Leadership and Innovation
  • Postgraduate Certificate in Healthcare Improvement and Patient Safety
  • Postgraduate Certificate in Global Health

Medics Academy in collaboration with University of Lancashire

  • Postgraduate certificate in Clinical Practice, Management and Education

 

Contents

Introduction
Eligibility
The Application Process
The Award
Review of the Award
Review of the Process
Postgraduate Programmes

 

Introduction

Trainees on a recognised training programme within the South West Postgraduate Medical Education Deanery (Peninsula & Severn) who wish to study the following are invited to submit an application for funding support: 

 

University of Exeter 

Postgraduate Certificate in Clinical Education 

Postgraduate Certificate in Healthcare Leadership & Management 

Postgraduate Certificate in Health Research Methods

Postgraduate Certificate in Genomic Medicine online

Postgraduate Certificate in Health Data Science

Postgraduate Certificate in Public Health 

University of Plymouth 

Postgraduate Certificate in Clinical Education 

Postgraduate Certificate in Healthcare Management, Leadership & Innovation 

Postgraduate Certificate in Healthcare Improvement and Patient Safety 

Postgraduate Certificate in Global Health 

Medics Academy (in collaboration with the University of Lancashire)

Postgraduate Certificate in Clinical Practice, Management and Education (September 2021 intake ONLY)

 

  

Trainees wishing to apply for any other postgraduate course please select “Bursary” on the website for relevant information and an application form.

 The funding awarded can fund up to 50% of the training costs of one year’s fees (excluding residential components).

 Only one application per person will be considered for any award offered by the South West Postgraduate Medical Education Deanery (Peninsula & Severn), at any time, in any financial year of funding.

 Applications are considered and awarded in accordance with the guidance.

 Awards are agreed by the panel. The decision of the panel is final. There is no appeal process.

 

Eligibility

When allocating funding the emphasis is on enhancing professional development and, as such, more importance will be placed on how the course contributes to your development rather than the qualification attained on completion.

The applicant must hold a recognised training post with the South West Postgraduate Medical Education Deanery (Peninsula & Severn) and a substantive contract of employment for at least 6 months from the start date of the course for which you have applied for funding.

Foundation Trainees are not eligible and must discuss with their Head of School any requests for such funding.

Where an applicant is unsure of their place of employment at the beginning of the course evidence must be provided that they will still be registered on a training programme with the South West Postgraduate Medical Education Deanery (Peninsula & Severn).Trainees who are considered out of programme (except OOPT or OPPP) during the year of study for which they are applying will not be eligible.

Trainees on an OPPT or OPPP will need to be employed in an NHS organisation in the South West region to be eligible for funding.

Applicants must secure a place with the appropriate University/provider and complete the University/provider application form separate to the Deanery application form. Your acceptance letter or official email must be attached to your Application.

Funding will not be awarded to applicants who have already started the course in the academic year for which they are applying for the funding.  Retrospective payment will not be made.

 

IMPORTANT TO NOTE:

 

i) Applicants must notify the Bursary Team via Penpgce.sw@hee.nhs.uk if they defer or fail to take up the course for which they have applied. Failure to inform HEE may result in the applicant having to the pay the full amount of the course.

ii)The applicant must obtain signatures of support from the following people when submitting their application:

 

Core Training

  • Educational Supervisor (ES) OR
  • Director of Medical Education (DME)

Specialty Training (including GP)

  • Educational Supervisor (ES) OR
  • Training Programme Director (TPD)

An email from the DME, TPD or ES in support of this application will be accepted in place of a wet signature.

 

The applicant must ensure that those supporting the application (as listed above) agree that the course represents an integral part of the trainee’s personal development plan (PDP) as identified through the NHS appraisal process. 

The applicant must meet the required level of fluency in the English language.

Applicants must sign the GDPR authorisation form to enable the Deanery to request information from the relevant University / course provider relating to the course they are funding. This must be submitted with the application form.

Unsigned or late applications are unable to be considered.

 

The Application Process

Applications will be dated upon receipt. 

An application is not an automatic guarantee to receive funding.

The application process for funding is consistent across all applicants and each application is considered on its own merit.  The process for the application is listed below.

 Notification of the funding opening window will be supported through:

  • Websites
  • Heads of Schools
  • Postgraduate Medical Education Centre Managers
  • Directors of Medical Education
  • School Managers

 Applications for the 2021/22 fund can be submitted from Monday, 24th May 2021.

 The application form is available here during the application window.

 The closing date for applications is Sunday 18th July 2021.

 Each application must be submitted on the standard application form and will be assessed against the scoring framework found at the end of the application form.

 Completed applications must be submitted via email to the following address

 

Scan & email to:                                      Penpgce.sw@hee.nhs.uk

                               

With a Subject heading:                          PGC Fund 2021

 

All applications will be acknowledged by an email stating confirmation of submission within 3-5 working days of receipt.

Any queries regarding the application process or an individual application should be emailed to Penpgce.sw@hee.nhs.uk

 

The Award

The Senior Business and Education Manager is responsible for the funding allocation and is supported by an administrative team.

Each application will be assigned its own unique reference number.

Funds will only be awarded if successful with the application.

Each application will be scored on its own merit and scored against the scoring framework.

Applicants must ensure they have completed the relevant University application process and form for the University of Exeter or Plymouth or the Medics Academy (University of Lancashire).

The panel scoring the applications will be constituted from members of the South West Postgraduate Medical Education Deanery (Peninsula & Severn) Senior Education Teams.

All applicants will be notified of the outcome of their application by email no later than Friday 23rd July 2021.

Any funding awarded will be conditional on the applicant providing PGME with a copy of their acceptance letter or email from the University or provider confirming their place on the course. This must be received by PGME no later than Friday 10th September 2021.  Failure to provide this evidence will result in funding being withdrawn.

A copy of the email from South West Postgraduate Medical Education Deanery will be provided to the Educational Supervisor/TPD of the training programme to inform them that the trainee has been successful and will be undertaking the course for which they applied.

The South West Postgraduate Medical Education Deanery (Peninsula & Severn) will have paid 50% of the courses in advance. The University/provider will invoice applicants for the remaining balance directly.

Applications will not be accepted if a trainee has started the course. Retrospective payments will not be made. 

 

Review of the Award

Upon completion of the funded course, the successful applicant must provide evidence of completion by providing a copy of the awarded certificate or evidence of the required minimum attendance for the course, within 6 weeks of completion.

If the successful applicant is unable to provide satisfactory evidence of completion of the funded course, they may be asked to reimburse the sum of the awarded fund as provided via this process.

Within 6 weeks of completing the supported course, the successful applicant is requested to write a summary detailing:

 

  • The course that was completed;
  • Who the course has been completed with (the provider);
  • What has been learnt on the course;
  • What are the career benefits of the course;
  • The quality of the educational content of the course;
  • If the course would be recommended to a colleague and why.
  • Your experience of the Funding Process

This should be sent to Penpgce.sw@hee.nhs.uk

This document will aid the Panel to assess the benefits of the award and any future benefit of the course that was undertaken.

By accepting the funding, applicants agree to have published their feedback of the course.

Any concerns or issues relating to this process should be sent to Penpgce.sw@hee.nhs.uk

 

Review of the Process

This process will be reviewed annually or as necessary.

Amendments may be made during the application and scoring process if inconsistencies, errors or areas of concerns are identified and this will be communicated to affected applicants accordingly.

 

Important Information

The decision of the Panel is final. There is no appeal process.

The Deanery reserves the right to withdraw its funding or the application at any time. 

Funding is not available to trainees who are out of programme (excluding OOPT or OPPP); for example, on a career break.

Funding or sponsorship received other sources including from non-NHS sources (e.g. university or charity) must be declared.

Please note any sponsorship or funds received from another source will invalidate this application. e.g Study Leave Funding.

 

 For more information about this opportunity please contact: Penpgce.sw@hee.nhs.uk

 


Postgraduate Programmes

 

Postgraduate programmes offered by Peninsula Medical School

This information was updated on 08/06/2021

The Peninsula Medical School at the University of Plymouth offers a number of Masters-level programmes aimed at busy healthcare professionals. In response to the ongoing COVID-19 situation, modules may be delivered fully or partially online from September 2021.

A brief description of each programme (Certificate stage only), along with provisional dates for face-to-face (or, as necessary) online teaching, and Programme Lead contact details, are as follows.

The closing date for international applications for all programmes listed is: 30th June 2021.

The closing date for home applications for all programmes listed is: 31st July 2021.

Postgraduate Certificate in Clinical Education

On this programme, you will develop your confidence and competence in teaching, and become familiar with the theory and evidence base associated with clinical education.  The course is available as a face-to-face pathway (adapted for online delivery if necessary) or you can choose the distance learning pathway.  At the Certificate stage, both pathways are accredited with the Academy of Medical Educators and Advance HE.

Face-to-face pathway

Modules and dates:

Principles of Teaching and Learning in Clinical Education Practice (CLE711):

14th Sept (including induction), 1st Oct, 13th Oct, 26th Oct, 11th Nov and 23rd Nov 2021 (classroom)

Assessment, Feedback and Evaluation (CLE712):

18th Jan, 2nd Feb, 15th Feb and 8th March 2022 (classroom)

Contemporary Issues in Clinical Education (CLE713): 

5th April, 27th April, 5th May, 17th May and 24th May 2022 (classroom)

Contact

lucy.spowart@plymouth.ac.uk (except for period Sept to Dec 2021)

p.magne@plymouth.ac.uk (Sept to Dec 2021 only)

https://www.plymouth.ac.uk/courses/postgraduate/pgcert-clinical-education

Distance learning pathway

Induction day

7th September 2021

Modules and dates

Principles of Learning and Teaching in Clinical Education (CLE711DL)

7th Sept (including induction), 13th Sept, 28th SEpt, 11th Oct, 26th Oct, 9th Nov and 22nd Nov 2021 (on-line Zoom)

Assessment, Feedback and Evaluation Principles and Practice(CLE712DL)

13th Jan, 26th Jan, 10th Feb and 3rd March 2022 (on-line Zoom)

Current Issues in Clinical Education (CEL713DL)

6th April, 2nd May, 19th May, and 7th June 2022 (on-line Zoom)

Contact

 

lucy.spowart@plymouth.ac.uk (except for period Sept to Dec 2021)

 

p.magne@plymouth.ac.uk (Sept to Dec 2021 only)

https://www.plymouth.ac.uk/courses/postgraduate/pgcert-clinical-education

 

MSc Healthcare Management, Leadership and Innovation

Whether your interests lie in leadership, quality improvement, innovation methodology, organisation development, patient safety or education, this programme is a highly flexible entry into management within the health and care service.

Induction day

20th September 2021

Modules and dates

Foundation in Healthcare Management, Leadership and Innovation (HML711):

6th-8th Oct and 17th-19th Nov and 15th Dec 2021 (classroom)

Organisation Development and Culture (HML712): 

19th-21st Jan, 9th-11th March, 28th April, 12th May 2022 (classroom)

Contact

meddent-pgtadmissions@plymouth.ac.uk

https://www.plymouth.ac.uk/courses/postgraduate/msc-healthcare-management-leadership-and-innovation

 

MSc Healthcare Improvement and Patient Safety

If you are interested in improving patient outcomes and healthcare systems through simulation-based education, a range of QI techniques, and human factors, then this programme will equip you with all the skills to turn your ideas into implementation.  Through it, you will develop the knowledge and expertise to analyse healthcare safety, propose evidence-based improvements, and lead new initiatives in the clinical environment.

Induction day

9th September 2021

Modules and dates*

 

 

*Students take SIM714 and select one other module

Patient Safety and Quality Improvement (SIM714):

22nd-24th Sept and 20th-22nd Oct 2021 (classroom), 2nd Dec 2021 and 13th Jan 2022 (on-line Zoom)

Simulation and Enhanced Learning (SIM711): 

24th-26th Jan and 14th-16th March and 25th April 2022 (on-line Zoom/Horizon Centre Torbay)

Human Factors in Healthcare (SIM715):

2nd-4th March, 25th-27th March April and 20th May 2022 (classroom)

Contact

meddent-pgtadmissions@plymouth.ac.uk

https://www.plymouth.ac.uk/courses/postgraduate/msc-healthcare-improvement-and-patient-safety-2

 

MSc Global Health

In this programme, you will gain the advanced knowledge, skills and leadership qualities to deliver quality care in multicultural or resource-constrained settings, ensuring the best outcomes for your patients., whatever your location. The programme has two pathways – ‘Leadership’ and ‘Remote and Rural’, both designed to complement the dynamic field of global health.

Induction day

15th September 2021 (on-line)

Modules and dates*

 

*Students select two out of three modules

Global Health (REM713):

28th-30th Sept and 1st-3rd Nov 2021 (classroom*) 10:00-17:00

Remote and Rural Practitioner (REM716):

14th-16th March 2022 (classroom*) 10:00-17:00

26th-28th April 2022 (Dartmoor) including overnight.

Leadership and Innovation in Practice (REM715): 

4th Oct, 15th Oct, 5th Nov, 6th Dec 2021  and 17th Jan, 24th Jan 2022 (on-line Zoom)

Contact

P.Magne@plymouth.ac.uk

https://www.plymouth.ac.uk/courses/postgraduate/msc-global-health-2

 

 

Postgraduate programmes offered by The University of Exeter Medical School

In the event of coronavirus-related restrictions preventing face-to-face delivery, all the following programmes will be delivered online in 2021-22.

A brief description of each programme, along with links to each page on our website are below.

Please note the following key information:

Application deadline - The application deadline for Home/EU students is the end of July 2021

Induction - A cross-programme induction evening is scheduled for Monday 27th September 2021, 5-7pm

Online Postgraduate Open Day - Wednesday 16th June 2021

 

PGCert Clinical Education

There is an increasing need for clinical teachers to hold formal qualifications. Our Clinical Education programmes are suitable for qualified health professionals or intercalating students who want to develop and accredit teaching skills.

Our programmes look at clinical education from a new and practical standpoint, based on the reality of delivering clinical education in modern healthcare environments.

It is specifically created for those wishing to develop their roles as clinical educators and is suitable for those from a wide variety of academic and professional backgrounds including medical researchers, academic clinical fellows, nurses, allied healthcare, public health professionals, and doctors.

You will be learning with a diverse array of healthcare professionals; offering a substantially wider perspective than many other courses are able to offer.

Contact Days - View the draft timetable of contact days for 2021/22 here (subject to change)

Induction day

27th September 2021

Modules and provisional dates

 

 

 

HPDM105 – Education Essentials (core)

Thu 30 September-Fri 01 October 2021

HPDM103 - Teaching Practitioner (core)

Thu 21-Fri 22 April 2022

Plus two of the following:

HPDM095 - Introduction to Literature Reviews

Thu 07-Fri 08 October 2021

HPDM061 - Researching Clinical Education

Thu 18-Fri 19 November 2021

HPDM142 - Principles of Supervision and Mentoring

Thu 13-Fri 14 January 2022

HPDM110 - Teaching in a Digital World

Thu 03-Fri 04 February 2022

HPDM104 - Assessing Learning

Thu 03-Fri 04 March 2022

HPDM109 - Principles of Curriculum Design and Evaluation

Thu 19-Fri 20 May 2022

 

Contact

Phone: +44 (0)1392 725500         Web: Enquire online

http://www.exeter.ac.uk/postgraduate/taught/medicine/clinicaledcert/

 

PGCert Healthcare Leadership & Management

The challenges of maintaining a safe, accessible and sustainable health service require its future leaders to be inclusive, collaborative and possess critical skills in improvement and systems leadership.

Our Healthcare Leadership and Management programme has been specifically created to offer the time, space, and support you need to become a compassionate, inclusive and effective leader of the future.

It is suitable for all aspiring or established leaders in any health-related discipline which includes nurses, allied healthcare professionals, commissioners, managers and doctors of any speciality including training grades, GPs and consultants early in their leadership journey.

Induction day

27th September 2021

Modules and provisional dates

 

 

 

HPDM081 - Management in Healthcare

Tue 12-Thu 14 October 2021

Wed 03 November 2021 (Webinar)

HPDM080 - Leadership in Healthcare

Tue 23-Thu 25 November 2021

Wed 08 December 2021 (Webinar)

HPDM059 - Leading Change in Health Services

Mon 24-Tue 25 January 2022

HPDM058 - Implementation Science

Thu 24-Fri 25 February 2022

Thu 03-Fri 04 March 2022

Contact

Phone: +44 (0)1392 725500         Web: Enquire online

http://www.exeter.ac.uk/postgraduate/taught/medicine/healthcare-leadership-management-msc/

 

PGCert Public Health

Our Master of Public Health (MPH) will help you to become a compassionate and inclusive leader ready to address the biggest health challenges faced in our local and global communities. This course combines the expertise of our world-renowned public health experts with specialists in leadership and management in our outstanding Business School.

Induction day

27th September 2021

Modules and provisional dates

 

 

 

 

HPDM118 – Problem Solving and Structuring in Public Health (core)

4th, 6th, 8th, 11th & 13th October 2021

And

HPDM119 – Analytics and Evidence-based Public Health

12th Nov, 10th Dec 2021 & 11th Feb 2022

Or

HPDM120 - Leadership Strategy and Change

29th Oct, 3rd Dec 2021, 28th Jan & 18th March 2022

Plus 1 other

HPDM121 – Epidemiology

15th & 29th Oct, 12th & 26th Nov, 3rd & 10th Dec 2021

HPDM122 - Planetary Health

15th & 29th Oct, 12th & 26th Nov, 3rd Dec & 10th Dec 2021

HPDM123 - Behaviour Change

14th & 28th Jan, 11th & 25th Feb, 11th & 18th March 2022

HPDM124 - Health Protection

1st, 3rd, 8th, 10th, 15th & 17th March 2022

HPDM136 - Evidence to Decision:  Health Technology Assessment, Health Policy and Resource Allocation

27th Jan, 10th & 17th Feb, 10th & 1th March 2022

HPDM141 - Pandemics: drivers, preparedness and response

TBC

Contact

Phone: +44 (0)1392 725500         Web: Enquire online

http://www.exeter.ac.uk/postgraduate/taught/medicine/mph/

 

PGCert Genomic Medicine

Practice in the clinical professions will be transformed by genomic technologies and information within the next decade.

This MSc programme has been developed by Health Education England and is aligned with their vision to prepare the NHS for the legacy of the 100,000 Genomes Project.

This will be achieved through education and training that is focused on developing skilled graduates who can apply genomic medicine for patient benefit.

The programme is offered by a network of seven universities across England and includes study of the genomics and informatics of rare and common diseases, cancer and infectious diseases, which can be applied to clinical practice and medical research. The programme enhances knowledge and skills in this rapidly evolving field.

You will learn from, with and about your peers, developing a mutual understanding and respect for the positive contributions that each will bring to Genomic Medicine. Students are likely to be clinical practitioners, diagnostic service providers, scientists, researchers and those aspiring to specialise within an academic career pathway.

Induction day

27th September 2021

Modules and provisional dates

 

 

 

 

HPDM082A - Fundamentals in Human Genetics and Genomics 

27th, 28th & 29th September & 15th Oct 2021 

HPDM041Z - Bioinformatics, Interpretation and Data Quality Assurance in Genome Analysis ONLINE

No contact days, online only - 4th October to 26th November 2021

HPDM036 – Omics Techniques and their Application to Genomic Medicine

19th & 20th Oct 7 5th Nov 2021

HPDM143 - Professional and Research Skills in Biomedical and Clinical Science

28th & 29th Oct & 15th Nov 2021

HPDM044 - Ethical, Legal and Social Issues in Applied Genomics

9th & 10th Nov & 25th Nov 2021

HPDM038 - Molecular Pathology of Cancer and Application in Cancer Diagnosis, Screening and Treatment

13th & 14th Dec 2021 & 5th Jan 2022

HPDM047 - Work Based Learning

Organised ad hoc with module lead

HPDM045 - Counselling Skills for Genomics

11th, 12th & 13th Jan 2022 (attendance at all three contact days is essential, as this is a skills-based module)

HPDM049 - Epigenetics 

19th & 20th Jan & 9th Feb 2022

HPDM037 - Genomics of Common and Rare Inherited Diseases

15th & 16th Feb & 3rd March 2022

HPDM041 - Bioinformatics, Interpretation and Data Quality Assurance in Genome Analysis ONLINE

8th & 9th March & 23rd March 2022

BIOM567 - Application of Genomics in Infectious Disease

5th & 6th April & 22nd April 2022

HPDM039 - Pharmacogenomics and Stratified Healthcare 

27th & 28th April & 13th May 2022

HPDM088 - Health Economic Evaluation in Genomics 

9th & 10th May & 26th May 2022

HPDM046 - Advanced Bioinformatics

17th & 18th May & 1st June 2022

Contact

Phone: +44 (0)1392 725500         Web: Enquire online

http://www.exeter.ac.uk/postgraduate/taught/medicine/genomicmsc/

   

PGCert Health Data Science

Our MSc Health Data Science will help you develop innovative skills needed to unlock knowledge from complex health data, to address some of the biggest health challenges that we face across the globe today. This course combines the expertise of our world-renowned health scientists with experts in mathematics and computer science to develop a better understanding of diseases and to find ways to prevent, treat and cure them.

Induction evening

27th September 2021

Modules and provisional dates

 

 

 

HPDM139 - Coding for Machine Learning and Data Science (core)

7th, 13th, 21st, 28th October 2021 

4th, 11th, 18th, 25th November 2021  

2nd, 9th December 2021 

HPDM092 - Fundamentals of Research Design (core)

1st, 8th, 14th & 15th October 2021 

Plus one of the following:

HPDM097 - Making a Difference with Health Data

11th, 12th, 18th, 19th, 25th, 26th, January 2022 

1st, 2nd, 8th, 9th, 15th, 16th, 22nd, 23rd February 2022 

1st, 2nd, 8th, 9th, 15th, 16th March 2022 

HPDM098 - Stratified Medicine

10th, 12th, 17th, 19th, 24th, 26th, 31st January 2022 

2nd, 7th, 9th, 14th, 16th, 21st, 23rd, 28th February 2022 

2nd, 7th, 9th, 14th, 16th March 2022 

Contact

Phone: +44 (0)1392 725500         Web: Enquire online

http://www.exeter.ac.uk/postgraduate/taught/medicine/healthdatasciencemsc/

 

PGCert Health Research Methods

The global burden of disease and challenges of safe and accessible health services means that more than ever we need to be developing, testing, evaluating and implementing evidence-based healthcare in highly complex situations. This programme has been designed to give you the skills and knowledge to enact meaningful change and gain a comprehensive grounding in health services research methods as a platform for developing a career as a health researcher.

Induction evening

27th September 2021

Modules and provisional dates

 

 

 

HPDM092 - Fundamentals of Research Design (core)

23rd & 30th Sep 2021 

7th, 14th & 15th Oct 2021 

HPDM093 - Systematic Reviews for Policy and Practice (core)

29th Nov 2021 

1st & 3rd Dec 2021 

7th & 9th Dec 2021 

HPDM054 - Statistics as Applied to Health (core)

21st & 28th Oct 2021 

1st, 3rd & 10th Nov 2021 

Plus one of the following:

HPDM055 - Qualitative Methods and Process Evaluations

24th & 25th Mar 2022 

28th & 29th Mar 2022 

4th Apr 2022 

HPDM056 - Clinical Trials

31st Jan to 2nd Feb 2022 

9th to 10th Feb 2022 

HPDM057 - Health Economics

7th – 9th Mar 2022 

14th – 16th Mar 2022 

30th Mar 2022 Webinar 

HPDM058 - Implementation Science

5th, 12th, 19th and 26th May 2022 

HPDM059 - Leading Change and Health Services

24th & 25th Jan 2022 

9th Feb 2022 (Webinar) 

Contact

Phone: +44 (0)1392 725500         Web: Enquire online

https://www.exeter.ac.uk/postgraduate/courses/medicine/health-research-msc/

You can request a copy of our full Postgraduate Prospectus here.

 

Postgraduate programmes offered by The Medics Academy in collaboration with The University of Lancashire

This information was updated on 07/06/2021

 

Postgraduate Certificate in Clinical Practice, Management and Education

(September 2021 intake ONLY)

Our  PGCert in Clinical Practice, Management and Education will provide you with the skill sets needed for future roles in the health and social care sectors.

Induction day

 TBC

Modules and provisional dates

 

 

 

 

Modules

Applied Clinical Education (20 credits)

Applied Clinical Education introduces key concepts in clinical education theory as well as the techniques and methodologies used in the delivery and assessment of clinical education. The module explores lecture-based, ward-based, and on-the-job teaching in a blended learning environment. Students will develop and deliver a series of lessons to healthcare students or professionals. 


Technology Enhanced Learning (20 credits)

Technology Enhanced Learning surveys the different types of technology used to facilitate medical education. Students will plan and deliver their own technology enhanced learning lessons.


Core Principles - Healthcare Leadership (20 credits)

This module introduces students to the key principles and theories of leadership within the healthcare profession and within the NHS. Students will develop tools for analytical and reflective thinking that will enable them to shape their own leadership style.

  

Contact

Web: Enquire online