Work based learning enable students to recognize their need for personal and professional development whilst developing the students understanding of the KSF core dimensions.
The course also fosters reflective, searching, evaluating and discriminating skills in the student’s process of learning.
How will I be assessed?
A power point presentation of one aspect of the KSF Core Dimensions, showing the underpinning knowledge base and how the student has developed their practice in their area of clinical care. This will be viewed by other members of the group and by the module leader and another lecturer.
Presentation due: Last taught day of the module.
Weighting: 40% of the module mark.
The completion of a portfolio of activities that are designed around the 6 NHS Knowledge and Skills Framework Core Dimensions. These activities are to be completed through interaction with the work area. It will be assessed by the University.
Weighting: 60% of the module mark
Submission: End of the semester in which the module is taught.
Should you require any further information about this module please contact the Course Leader/Module Leader: Harry Waterman on 01493-334206 or h.watermanucs.ac.uk