Teaching for practice (masters level)

Key features

This 40 credit masters-level module is suitable for all NMC registrants who wish to become teachers of nursing. It will prepare you to make a demonstrable contribution to education in practice and take a lead role in the development of educational practice within your practice setting, enabling you to apply contemporary issues in practice. The module will allow you to develop and apply advanced knowledge and critical awareness of teaching and learning in health and social care practice.

This is a core module for those wishing to gain an NMC recordable qualification as teacher and a core module for the MSc Contemporary Healthcare (Education) pathway.

Module code

MCH513

Credits

40

FHEQ level

Level 7 - masters degree

Location

Blended learning approach with face to face delivery in Plymouth

Course details

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

  • demonstrate a deep understanding of methodological approaches and theory in complex learning situations in relation to your specialist area of educational practice, within ethical boundaries
  • critically engage in teaching in an inter-professional practice context
  • create, synthesise and evaluate knowledge in relation to educational practice
  • enhance your personal and professional development through reflection and engagement in educational practice.

Assessment

The assessment for this module is in four parts:

  • a coursework based assessment
  • two practice based assessments (a review of teaching in practice and a portfolio of experiences)
  • a teaching log showing that you have completed the required number of hours of assessed teaching activity.

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

Module dates

The module dates are to be confirmed.

(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.

Entry requirements

Students wishing to undertake this module as part of a professional development pathway must:

  • be in possession of a health or social care qualification at degree level
  • have access to learners in order to meet the module outcomes

Individuals without a degree may be eligible to apply providing they have appropriate practice-related experience relevant to the programme, please discuss with the Professional Development Unit prior to application.

Funding and fees

Fees

Please see our professional development module fees page.

Funding

Funding for this module may be available through your employing trust. Please contact your trust’s education coordinator in the first instance. If you work in the private, independent or voluntary sector, please contact your employer who will advise you accordingly.

Contact us

If you would like further information about this module or the MSc Contemporary Healthcare (Education) programme, please contact Nadine Abelson-Mitchell (programme lead) in the first instance.

Email: N.Abelson-Mitchell@plymouth.ac.uk

Phone: +44 (0) 1752 586 504