Applying Learning Theories to Support Clinical Practice Level 7 module
Start Date: 01/05/2018
Study Day 1 Date & Time: 15/05/2018 9.00 AM
Study Day 2 Date & Time: 16/05/2018 9.00 AM
Study Day Venue: Education for Health, The Athenaeum, 10 Church Street, Warwick, CV34 4AB
To ensure you have the correct qualifications stipulated by the University to commence the Level 7 module, once your application is received, a member of the education team will contact you within 5 working days.
This module will enable health care practitioners to gain the necessary knowledge and skills to provide sound educational experiences for learners in a clinical environment. During the course, you will develop the competence to design, plan and manage learning experiences for groups of learners or learners on a one to one basis.
This module offers a flexible method of learning to meet the educational and development needs of practitioners who are involved in teaching individual and/or groups in any public, private or voluntary health care environment.
Successful students will typically:
- Critically analyse adult learning theory and its application to clinical training and learning
- Evaluate a range of learning styles and discuss the impact these may have on a learning session
- Discuss the use of emotional intelligence in a teaching context
- Explore a range of teaching styles to extend repertoire, using peer support and feedback
- Utilise reflective learning to explore development as an effective mentor and teacher
- Apply skills in measuring the effectiveness of teaching and facilitiation
This course is validated by the University of Hertfordshire.
Please note, start dates are the date a course will begin, and study days are not scheduled to be the same as the start date. Course code: 7FHH1161
This module is delivered by blended learning, with study days to support the online course. Please note that if low numbers of students book onto this module we may cancel study days at short notice. If this is the case, students already registered will be contacted by our Student Support Team and offered alternative options.
The university registration end date is set at 6 weeks before the start date of the module. Late applications can still be processed and will be considered on an individual basis. Please be aware that applications received less than 6 weeks before the start date of the module may result in a slight delay in accessing online learning materials. If you have any queries regarding the above please contact the programme administrator firstname.lastname@example.org
Assessment Method: 3,000 word assignment
Study Method: Distance learning (includes 2 study days)
Duration: 6 months
No. of Credits: 30 at Level 7
Accrediting Institution: University of Hertfordshire
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