This course covers learning theories, assessment and how to evaluate educational programmes. You will also cover aspects of supervision, mentorship and preceptorship. More broadly, you will receive training in feedback skills, communication and negotiation. There is also a unit on reflective practice and theory, which encourages your on-going professional development.
The contact time for this course includes three intensive days of teaching at the University of Sunderland (two consecutive days, then a third after 10 weeks). Please note that the March and May start dates below are for NEAS Paramedics only.
|Upcoming start dates|
|23 April 2018|
|21 May 2018|
This course mixes taught elements at the University of Sunderland with work-based learning and development.
We use a wide variety of teaching and learning methods which include lectures, group discussions and seminars. These are supported by additional materials and resources on the University’s online teaching space.
You will be assessed by an essay to identify if you have met the learning outcomes, alongside this you will also complete a reflective essay on a teaching session that demonstrates your work-based learning.
We usually require applicants to be health care professionals. You will also need your manager’s support for the course’s work-based learning.
The fee for this course is £700.
This information was correct at the time of publication.