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  Professional Practice in Healthcare (Teaching and Learning) MSc


University of Wolverhampton    The Institute of Health

Part time September, January MSc 2 years part time
Business & Management (5) Education (11) Medicine (26) Nursing & Health (27)

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Embark on a transformative academic journey with the MSc in Professional Practice in Healthcare (Teaching and Learning) at the University of Wolverhampton. This programme is designed to elevate your expertise in healthcare education, offering a structured approach to advancing your clinical speciality practice. Led by a team of esteemed healthcare lecturers and practice partners, including the 'SUCCESS' team, you will delve into a diverse range of learning opportunities to enhance your skills. The course places a strong emphasis on evaluating and developing clinical practice and research, fostering critical reflection on workplace experiences. By focusing on CPD, recognition of prior learning, and work-based learning, you will be equipped to drive positive change and effectively solve complex problems in the healthcare sector. To qualify for this enriching experience, you must hold a recognised Postgraduate Certificate in the last 5 years and be currently employed in a health or social care setting. Join us to cultivate a deeper understanding of healthcare service improvement, engage in interdisciplinary learning, and foster lifelong learning through critical reflection and research. Elevate your career in Teaching and Learning while honing your clinical practice skills with this comprehensive MSc programme.

About the course

The Masters of Science Professional Practice in Healthcare (Teaching and Learning) provides access to structured and supported educational development to enable students to progress through their Masters Level study.

Throughout this course our expert team of healthcare lecturers, practice partners and University of Wolverhampton’s ‘Service Users and Carers Contributing to Educating Students for Services (SUCCESS)’ team aim to ensure that you have access to a range of learning opportunities to further develop your clinical speciality practice. 

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Entry Requirements

An existing Postgraduate Certificate which has been recognised by Advanced HE (within the last 5 years).
You must be a Healthcare registrant currently employed in a health or social care setting./li>
You will be required to apply for Recognition of Prior Learning with advanced standing of 60 credits, only in the form of an existing Post Graduate Certificate which has been recognised by Advanced HE (completed in the last 5 years prior to entry).


Fees

Home - Part-time - £2798 per year

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