Work based learning

Key features

This 20 credit module, which can be taken at either degree level or masters level, enables you to undertake an individual work based project and meet a set of agreed learning outcomes for a specified programme of study.




Module code 

HEAD391 / APP752

Credits

20

FHEQ level

Level 6 - bachelors degree

Level 7 - masters degree

Location 

Work based 

HEAD391 course details (degree level) 

Identifies, in collaboration with your employer and University of Plymouth module lead, work based objectives and develops a learning contract specific to these objectives. You will need to identify what learning is needed and identify ways to evidence and evaluate development.

Workshop content

  •     Identifying work based objectives
  •     Identifying learning needs
  •     Identifying skills required
  •     Developing a learning contract
  •     How to evaluate

Assessment

The assessment for this module is coursework.

(Please note that the assessment details are provisional – if you require further information please contact the module lead or the Professional Development Unit.)

APP752 course details (masters level) 

On successful completion of this module you will be able to:

  • critically analyse the legal perspective on duty of care and its application in practice
  • critically review how the law affects decision making and the practice of healthcare and determines the boundaries of professional practice from a legal perspective
  • demonstrate a critical understanding of professional accountability and codes of conduct
  • critically explore how an understanding of law is necessary for safe, accountable practice
  • utilise appropriate theory and critically analyses the implications and impact of law and ethics upon healthcare and healthcare provision from both an individual and collective perspective.

Assessment

The assessment for this module is an essay.

(Please note that the assessment details are provisional – if you require further information please contact the module lead or the Professional Development Unit.)

Admissions information 

Additional information and documentation required for the application process.

Access to: 

  • application forms 
  • change of name forms
  • pre-course information
  • downloadable guides
  • student card.

Visit our admissions homepage for full details. 


Module dates

The module dates are 6 and 13 February 2020. 

Occasionally delivery dates might be subject to change – always check with the module lead or Professional Development Unit.

Please be aware that all modules run to minimum numbers.

In the event that there are low numbers, this module may be rescheduled to an alternative date.

Some modules are also subject to maximum numbers.

What programmes can these modules count towards?

The degree-level module can be studied as a standalone module or as an optional module for the following programmes:

The masters-level module can be studied as a standalone module or as an optional module towards some MSc Advanced Professional Practice pathways.

For further information please contact the Professional Development Unit.

Entry requirements

To be considered for a place on these modules you must:

  • be a registered health and social care professional or health and social care worker in possession of previous study at level 5 (Diploma of Higher Education) or a foundation degree to study the module at degree level, or
  • be a registered health and social care professional or health and social care worker ideally in possession of previous study at degree level to study the module at masters level.

You will be considered and advised individually (where required) by the programme team and Professional Development Unit. Please contact the PDU or programme lead if you have any queries regarding your situation.

Fees 

Please see our Professional Development module fees page.