Introduction to Negotiated Learning


Get to grips with the basics of negotiated learning with the experts at Staffordshire University.

This module will allow you to plan and develop a bespoke programme to meet your personal and organisational learning needs.

with us, you will explore your own award outcomes and identify the knowledge and skills you require in order to meet the personal and career aims. This will be done within the academic, linguistic and regulatory framework of postgraduate education, principles of award design and provides opportunities for negotiating learning and assessment.

Delivery Method

Scheduled Learning and Teaching Activities: (28 hours). 24 hours Lectures/seminars, 4 hours Personal Tutorials. Guided Independent Study: (122 hours), 90 hours independent study, 20 hours work based learning activities, 12 hours assessment preparation.

Academic credits
Delivery method
Blended learning
Centre for Health Innovation Stafford

Entry requirements

Evidence of previous level 6 study or equivalent academic / work experience.




Caroline Rowe

Course Director

My research interests explore sexuality and its impact on care and HIV, particularly in respect to ageing and psychosocial care. My modules include 'Loss, Grief and Bereavement' and 'Care and Management of Persons Infected with HIV'.

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of Research Impact is ‘Outstanding’ or ‘Very Considerable’

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