Pre-Hospital Practice Education


Do you need to sharpen your skillset as an educator in the field of pre-hospital practice? Join the experts at Staffordshire University on a module designed to promote you as a leader within a practice educator role.

With us, you will explore learning theories, reflective frameworks and assessment tools, alongside the strategies of transferring theory into practice, and the effective management of professional development. You’ll also strengthen your communication skills, focusing on facilitation, response and provision of constructive feedback.

This module will give you the finest strategies to support students within clinical practice, while helping you plan and evaluate learning, and get the best out of your students with the assessment of prior knowledge and selection of the best learning strategies.

Delivery method

The module is designed to be flexible in the style of delivery incorporating a blended approach with integration of work-based learning and more formal teaching sessions.

A variety of teaching/learning strategies focusing on student-centred learning will be used including: Scheduled Learning and Teaching Activities: (36 hours), 20 hours key lectures, 3 hours group work/discussions, 3 hours individual & group tutorials, 6 hours practice Hours, 9 hours work based activities including Blackboard activities. Guided Independent Study: (114 hours) - 60 hours self-directed study using Blackboard and other web resources and personal reading, work-based mentor activities, 54 hours summative assessment.

Academic credits
Delivery method
Distance learning

Delivered every Wednesday for 5 weeks 

Start date
  • Wednesday 25th September 2024
  • Wednesday 8th January 2025
  • Wednesday 7th May 2025
Health, Science and Wellbeing

Entry requirements

A Healthcare Professional registered with the Health Professions Council who have completed 12 months full-time experience (or part-time equivalent) post qualification.




Tina Spittle

Senior Lecturer

Tina is the paramedic placement lead for the UG degree. Tina is a operational paramedic and is passionate about providing students with the best placement experience consolidating theoretical knowledge with clinical skills to provide holistic care.

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