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    Healthcare mentorship preparation (taught)

    Course code: 6NMH01130 7NMH1071 Semester: A or B

    Level: 6/7 Credit: 15

    Who should attend this course? All qualified nurses, midwifes or social workers who are professionally registered with a UK health/social care regulatory body working in any role/grade. You must have a minimum of one years working experience and work for at least 15 hours per week. You will also need to ensure you complete the Values Based Recruitment Toolkit for Selection of Mentors (http://www.valuesbasedmentorship.co.uk/) with your line manager – this will be need to be evidenced in your application.

    Course aims This course will enable you to become a Stage 2 mentor to healthcare students. It will provide the knowledge/understanding, skills and attributes to become a qualified assessor whilst working towards the additional criteria to become a sign off mentor. . Course content The course includes:

    o Establishing effective working relationships o Practice based learning and teaching o Assessment and evaluation. o Creating an environment for learning o Giving effective feedback and managing

    challenging/failing students o Preparation for sign off status o Student documentation and curriculum.

    How does this course map the NHS KSF? The NMC developmental framework to support learning in practice take account of the NHS KSF core dimensions with interrelationships and indicative links between these and the 8 domains.

    Assessment Assessment is 100% coursework based on several components:

    o 2000 word essay o Practice based assessment (x3 for midwives) o Completion of 30 hours protected time with learner o Completion of Stage 1 domains

    Where is the module taught and by whom? The module is taught at the College Lane Campus in Hatfield or at Meridian House.

    It is facilitated by lecturers with expertise in the area from the University and invited external speakers.

    Computer equipment requirement Delivery of the module will incorporate blended learning which aims to combine e-learning activities with campus based learning. You will therefore need to have access to a suitable personal computer and a good reliable Internet connection (broadband recommended). Most modern PCs or Macs (less than 3 years old) should be suitable. If you have any queries or need any additional support with IT skills, the School employs an e-learning technologist who will be pleased to help and advise you.

    When does this course run? This is a 10 day course (5 taught & 5 work based study days – please see note overleaf ) that has various start dates. To check

    the ones that suit your timetable, please look at the timetable on the second page

    Contract funding for NHS staff The University is contracted by the NHS to provide post- registration education/CPD and training for its health professionals. If you are an NHS employee contact the senior manager responsible for post-registration education/CPD in your Trust to check if the course you wish to attend can be supported by the Trust's contract with our University.

    Cost To find out information about the fees visit

    go.herts.ac.uk/cpdfees

    Course enquiries Carys Armstrong-Griffiths - Module Lead

    tel 01707 285915 / 07930251844 c.armstrong-griffiths@herts.ac.uk

    Booking enquiries CPD Short Course Office

    tel 01707 284956 fax 01707 285814 cpdhealth@herts.ac.uk

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    Timetable for course dates for Semester A 2015/16 Level 6/7 Level 6/7 Level 6/7

    Mondays Tuesdays Fridays

    28 September 2015

    12 October 2015

    02 November 2015

    16 November 2015

    23 November 2015

    Optional tutorial

    07 December 2015

    Plus 5 days work based learning

    29 September 2015

    13 October 2015

    03 November 2015

    17 November 2015

    24 November 2015

    Optional tutorial

    08 December 2015

    Plus 5 days work based learning

    02 October 2015

    16 October 2015

    06 November 2015

    18 November 2015

    27 November 2015

    Optional Tutorial (Midwives)

    11 December 2015

    Plus 5 days work based learning

    Online submission (all days)

    tbc Timetable for course dates for Semester B 2015/16

    Level 6/7 Level 6/7 Level 6/7 Mondays Tuesdays Fridays

    25 January 2016

    08 February 2016

    22 February 2016

    07 March 2016

    14 March 2016

    Optional tutorial

    11 April 2016

    Plus 5 days work based learning

    26 January 2016

    09 February 2016

    23 February 2016

    08 March 2016

    15 March 2016

    Optional tutorial

    12 April 2016

    Plus 5 days work based learning

    Online submission (all days) tbc

    30 January 2016

    12 February 2016

    26 February 2016

    11 March 2016

    18 March 2016

    Optional tutorial (Midwives)

    15 April 2016

    Plus 5 days work based learning

    Practice Placed Study Days – 30 hours

    You will not be able to work in your normal role and meet the learning expectations at the same time so the work placed study days will need to be factored into your study leave negotiation. The days can be completed in variable periods of time (e.g. 2 hours on one day, 3 hours on another). You are required to demonstrate achievement of 30 hours work based learning in order to meet NMC standards and pass the module.

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    Healthcare mentorship preparation (distance/blended)

    Who should attend this course? All health care professionals registered with a UK health / social care regulatory professional body. You must have a minimum of one year’s working experience and work in clinical practice for at least 15 hours per week. *Line managers/educational leads should be aware that as well as the taught/academic content you are required to have the equivalent of 5 days in practice in order to complete the required practice elements of the portfolio in line with NMC guidelines*

    You will also need to ensure you complete the Values Based Recruitment Toolkit for Selection of Mentors (http://www.valuesbasedmentorship.co.uk/) with your line manager – this will be need to be evidenced in your application.

    Course aims The aims of the course are:

    o Enable successful learners to provide support, guidance and supervision to students/learners within their area of healthcare practice

    o Become a stage 2 mentor for a wide range of learners in their area of practice in accordance with recognised professional standards

    o Initial preparation towards sign off status

    Course content The course meets the standards for mentorship set by the NMC (2008) and has relevance for nurses and a wide range of other health and social care practitioners interested in supporting learners in 'real life' learning experiences within their area of work. The course includes:

    o Establishing effective working relationships o Practice based learning and teaching o Assessment and evaluation. o Creating an environment for learning o Giving effective feedback and managing

    challenging/failing students o Preparation towards sign off status o Student documentation and curriculum.

    How does this course map the NHS KSF? The NMC developmental framework to support learning in practice take account of the NHS KSF core dimensions with interrelationships and indicative links between these and the 8 domains.

    Assessment Assessment is 100% coursework with submission of a portfolio comprising of: a teaching log detailing a minimum of 30 hours of practice placed protected time with a learner, a Practice Based Assessment, completion of the NMC Domains & a 2000 word essay.

    Where is the module taught and by whom? The taught content and tutorials take place at College Lane campus in Hatfield and is facilitated by lecturers with expertise in the area from the University.

    Computer equipment requirement Delivery of the course will incorporate blended learning which aims to combine e-learning activities with campus based learning. Access to a suitable personal computer and a good reliable Internet connection (broadband recommended). Most modern PCs or Macs (less than 3 years old) should be suitable. If you have any queries or need any additional support with IT skills, the School employs an e-learning technologist who will be pleased to help and advise you.

    When does this course run? Semester A

    o 28, 29 September 2015 o 2 October 2015

    Semester B

    o 25, 26, 29 January 2016 You may access taught classes in semester A and B as/if required. Semester C Three days of class based activities: 06-08 June 2016 as well

    as self-directed online activities throughout the module and a tutorial

    Contract funding for NHS staff The University is contracted by the NHS to provide post- registration education/CPD and training for its health professionals. If you are an NHS employee contact the senior manager responsible for post-registration education/CPD in your Trust t