PG Cert Learning and Teaching in Clinical Practice
If you are planning to work as a trainer of clinicians, either for Education for Health or for your own Trust, PCN or Health Board, our PG Cert in Learning and Teaching in Clinical Practice could be just right for you.
Why study a PGCert Learning & Teaching in Clinical Practice?
The programme offers educators an academically rigorous route to validating their own teaching and learning skills for students working in a clinical setting. Successful students on this programme will demonstrate a critical understanding of the ability to apply current theoretical approaches to the delivery of teaching, assessment and feedback. They will be able to critically evaluate and synthesise the relationship between evidence and contemporary teaching and assessment practice within the context of clinical education. In addition, they will be able to plan a teaching session and assessment and feedback strategy, supported by the appropriate pedagogical theory for a defined student group. Students who successfully complete this certificate could choose to study towards a further award at the discretion of the university.
What will I study?
This PG Cert has two compulsory modules:
- Applying Learning Theories to Support Clinical Practice
- Strategies for Assessment and Feedback to Support Clinical Care
Each can be taken as a standalone module, or as part of an MSc Long Term Conditions, but successful completion of these two modules allows you to exit with a Postgraduate Certificate in Learning and Teaching in Clinical Practice.
Accrediting body: the University of Hertfordshire