Leading Practice Education PGCert

University of Brighton    School of Sport and Health Sciences

Part time See Course PGCert Part time, 1-3 years
Education (11) Nursing & Health (27)

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Are you a health professional looking to enhance your teaching skills and become a leader in healthcare education? The Leading Practice Education PGCert at the University of Brighton is tailored for you. Accredited by Advance HE, this programme equips nurses, midwives, and allied health professionals with the expertise to excel as educators and development leaders. Through modules like 'The Health Professional as an Educator' and 'Leading Education Design in Practice', you will delve into educational theories, assessment practices, and leadership strategies. The course offers a blend of in-person and online learning, ensuring a comprehensive educational experience. Upon completion, you can gain Advance HE Fellowship and progress to roles like senior lecturer or practice educator. To join, you need a relevant bachelor's degree, registration with NMC/HCPC, and a role involving educational responsibilities. Elevate your teaching prowess and career prospects with this prestigious programme.

About the course

This qualification is for practising health professionals who wish to gain the skills, knowledge and behaviours to be an effective educator and development leader within a practice or healthcare education context.

The course will appeal to nurses, midwives and allied health professionals who are looking to develop, or already have, an educational role in their current practice. Accredited by Advance HE, successful completion offers the opportunity to gain Advance HE Fellowship.

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Entry Requirements

Students are normally expected to demonstrate:

- successful completion of an appropriate bachelor first degree from a higher educational (HE) institution in the UK, or equivalent award from a European or overseas HE institution AND have evidence of study at level six or above in the last five years

- should be a qualified health professional, be registered with the NMC/HCPC (or other regulatory body)

- be in a role with a significant educational remit or have the opportunity to facilitate the learning of individuals or groups of learners which might include students, staff, patients, carers

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