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COURSE DURATION MClinEd: 12 months full time 12-24 months part time PGDip: 12-24 months part time PGCert: 12 months part time AIMS This is a flexible practice-based programme designed for health professionals and others who are involved in, or wish to develop an interest in, clinical education. The programme provides you with opportunities to develop your teaching skills and to adopt a scholarly approach to clinical education. It enables you to acquire the expertise necessary for effective clinical education in the context of your own educational roles, responsibilities and interests. The programme is accredited by the Higher Education Academy (HEA) and if you successfully complete the PGCert you are eligible to become a registered Fellow of the HEA. PROGRAMME DESCRIPTION Applicants with appropriate prior-accredited learning can enter the programme at different stages: PGCert (60 credits): you take three 20-credit modules, typically: learning in a professional context principles and practice of teaching and understanding curricula. PGDip (120 credits): you take the modules outlined above for the Certificate and three further 20-credit modules from a list that may include: understanding educational research utilising technology in clinical education current educational issues special interest and investigating clinical education. MClinEd part-time route (180 credits): if you enrol for the part-time route you take the modules outlined above for the Diploma and an advanced study module (60 credits) based on a dissertation project. MClinEd full time route (180 credits): you take the modules as outlined above for the part-time route, except for the special interest module, and you complete your studies in one year (12 months). The course is delivered through a combination of study days resource-based learningprivate study with tutorial support and work-based assignments including observed teaching where appropriate. The mix of these methods varies with each module, reflecting the learning outcomes. ENTRANCE REQUIREMENTS Part time route: This is suitable for members of the health professions who have clinical teaching or training responsibilities in the UK. You must have an undergraduate degree, or other equivalent qualifications, related to your professional role. Full time route: This is suitable for health care professionals who are taking a sabbatical or students who are taking a year out of the MBBS or BDS course to undertake an intercalated degree year. It is also appropriate for newly qualified health professionals or others who wish to develop an interest in clinical education. You must have an undergraduate degree, or other equivalent qualification, relevant to the health professions. Applicants whose first language is not English must have IELTS 7.0 with a minimum of IELTS 7.0 in all elements. TYPICAL FUNDING UK students ? NHS health professionals may be eligible for funding through their study leave or training budgets. For more information about funding opportunities please see http:www.ncl.ac.ukpostgraduatefunding HOW TO APPLY For the quickest and easiest way to apply please visit our postgraduate online application site http:www.ncl.ac.ukpostgraduateapply FURTHER INFORMATION As the Certificate programme is very popular, candidates should apply as early as possible.
COURSE DURATION MClinEd: 12 months full time 12-24 months part time PGDip: 12-24 months part time PGCert: 12 months part time AIMS This is a flexible practice-based programme designed for health professionals and others who are involved in, or wish to develop an interest in, clinical education. The programme provides you with opportunities to develop your teaching skills and to adopt a scholarly approach to clinical education. It enables you to acquire the expertise necessary for effective...