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Professional course

Community Specialist Practice

20 credit level 3 (undergraduate) module

About this course

Course code:
UZTSWL203
Applications:
University
Level:
Professional/Short Course
Department:
Nursing and Midwifery
Campus:
Glenside
Course director:
Kathy Rogers

Page last updated 18 September 2018

Introduction

On completion of this level 3 module, you will be able to:

  • Evidence the achievement of the NMC SPQ standards (District Nursing) and practice hours.
  • Critically reflect on your learning and development over the course of the programme and identify how this will lead to improvements in care and services.
  • Identify
    i) areas in which you can develop professionally and personally, and
    ii) strategies that will support your development.

Entry requirements

You must:

  • Have an active registration as an Adult Nurse on Part One of the register  
  • Be working in an area of practice that allows the student to meet the module learning outcomes.

If you are undertaking the Specialist Practitioner Qualification (SPQ), you must have completed a period of experience of sufficient length to have consolidated pre-registration outcomes and to have gained a deeper understanding in relevant professional practice.

Careers / Further study

This module can contribute towards:

  • BSc(Hons) Specialist Practice (District Nursing)
  • MSc Specialist Practice (District Nursing)

Structure

Content

The Theory and Practice of Action Learning (AL) (online and in AL)

  • As a tool for self-development
  • Application in teams and with service users
  • Using AL to improve services and care

Reflective Practice  (online and in AL)

  • Theory and practice: key concepts

Learning and Teaching

A variety of learning approaches will be used, which may include:

  • Seminars
  • Action Learning (AL)
  • ICT based platforms
  • Formative assessment opportunity

Study time

A total of 48 hours in the form of seminars, Action Learning Sets and online activities.

Assessment

Summative assessment includes two components:

Component A:
Completion of a portfolio evidencing the achievement of the NMC Specialist Practice (SP) standards (District Nursing) and 600 hours of supervised practice.

Component B:
10 minute oral presentation in which you will critically reflect on an aspect of your learning and development during the programme, and identify how this will lead to improvements in care and services.  

Formative assessment will take place through supervision of group work and discussion, as well as tutorial support and review of draft work. 

Features

Study facilities

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Prices and dates

Supplementary fee information

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Please note: Priority will be given to applications received through our funded educational contracts.  Places on this module will be limited for applications received outside of this funding.  Please check with your employer as a funded contract place may still be available to support your learning.

Dates

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How to apply

How to apply

You are required to apply online for your CPD modules, which you can take as stand-alone courses or as part of an undergraduate or postgraduate (Masters' level) programme.
                              

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