Work Related Professional Skills (Preceptorship)

Rationale

This module aims to provide a means of gaining academic credits at level 7 for practitioners working in a new area of practice and undertaking the employer’s preceptorship programme. It is guided by a learning agreement and supported by tutorials with the module leader,

Moudle Code   NM7079
Level 7
Credits 20
Cost Contact Admissions

 
Module Aims

* To provide maximum potential for study in specialised areas, whilst providing a rigorous and structured framework for learning.

* To give students the opportunity to apply and develop subject specific skills and knowledge required for their individual progress. 

 

Module Outcomes (summary)

By the end of the module, students will be able to:

  1. Provide a rational, coherent critical review of learning achieved through the negotiated development activities.
  2. Justify the relationships between competencies demonstrated, underpinning theoretical constructs and practice contexts.
  3. Critically reflect on their negotiated development activities, the impact on own work practice and/or environment, and on organisational activities.
  4. Synthesise their conclusions in relation to professional development to enhance and develop further competence in the negotiated area of learning, both on an individual and organisational level.  
  5. Critically reflect and formulate where appropriate, a plan of development based on critical analysis and evaluation.

 

KSF – Core dimensions:

This module contributes to the following core dimensions:

1 Communication

2 Personal and People Development

3 Health, Safety and Security

4 Service Improvement

5 Quality

6 Equality and Diversity

 


Who to contact:

For an application pack please contact:

 

Health and Social Care Admissions
University of Chester
Parkgate Road
Chester
CH1 4BJ

Tel: 01244 511000

Email:  hscadmissions@chester.ac.uk