Introduction to Negotiated Learning Academic Credits

Location Stafford campus


Course Start

Term 1 continued in Term 2

This module will be delivered over Terms 1 and 2 on a Thursday from 09.30 – 16.30 on the following dates:

Induction day: 20 October 2016

Study days: 24 November 2016, 12 January and 16 March 2017


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Faculty Faculty of Health Sciences

Course outline

The module will empower you to plan and develop a bespoke award pathway which aims to meet both your professional and personal potential career aspirations.

Entry requirements

Evidence of ability to study at levels 6 or above and/or relevant health and social care experience.

Employment opportunities

A wide remit of career progression within the Health and Social Care arena either within the clinical environment or progression towards working in the educational arena.

Course content

This module adopts a reflexive and innovative approach to teaching and learning in order to enhance the development of a bespoke postgraduate pathway utilising core, option and bespoke negotiated learning.

Exploring learning styles, curriculum design and educational theory, the four face to face study days enable opportunity for peer collaboration, discussion and tutor interaction which is enriched by the diversity of student backgrounds enrolled on the Masters pathways.

Key features

Students will have already attained practical, professional and/or academic accreditation having worked in the health, social and allied healthcare environments. This module acts as a core module within their Masters/PgD/PgC pathways which will benefit not only knowledge and skills enhancement but career advancement and/or further studying towards a PhD attainment.


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