Preparation of supervisors of midwives Apply Preparation of supervisors of midwives This module is for nominated practicing midwives who are eligible to undertake the Preparation of Supervisors of Midwives programme (NMC, 2012). You will have met NMC (2012) requirements and have confirmation of nomination from the Local Supervising Authority Midwifery Officer (LSAMO) to undertake the course. As stipulated by the NMC (2014) Standard 5 requirement of a minimum 90hrs each for theory and practice, you will need to obtain support and agreement from your sponsoring employer for the protected time. Explore key issues in the statutory supervision of midwives helping you to become active in your role. The student, on successful completion of the module and appointment as a Supervisors of Midwives, will be able to support and develop midwives and the maternity care services and ensure the protection of the public. The Local Supervising Authority Midwifery Officer (LSAMO) will be informed for appointment purposes and the NMC will be informed as this course is now a recordable qualification. Learning outcomes: Develop a deep and systematic understanding of the role and responsibility of the supervisor of midwives. Critically evaluates the legislative and ethical frameworks for the supervision of midwives. Synthesis leadership role and team working within supervision of midwives. Critical application of relevant legislative frameworks and ethical principles in practice to investigatory supervision. Critically appraise research and evidence base to support effective strategy and service development in supervision of midwives. Critically evaluates self, reflecting on own and others performance to facilitate and respond to challenging problems or dilemma that women and midwives experience. Synthesis information from local and national policy agendas to influence practice for maternity service care. Who is the module for? Midwives who are eligible to become Supervisors of Midwives in accordance with Midwives Rule 8 (NMC, 2012) and have undergone the relevant local supervising authority’s selection process (NMC 2014). Module code: HP7029V Entry criteria: An honours degree and a relevant professional qualification A minimum of two years’ experience in health and social care For those who do not hold a first degree, evidence of appropriate other study and/or experience will be considered Meet NMC (2012) requirements Be a practising midwife Have three years of experience as a practising midwife of which at least one shall have been in the two-year period immediately preceding the appointment Obtain confirmation of nomination to undertake the preparation programme from the local supervising authority midwifery officer of the relevant LSA, together with the agreement of the programme leader Number of credits and level of study: 45 credits at level 7. This course is also available as a undergraduate (level 6) award. Assessment: Competency assessment document (CAD) and essay Location: St George’s, University of London Pattern of Delivery: 12 days Module dates:* (9am – 4.30pm) 24, 25 May, 21, 22 Jun, 26, 27 Jul, 27, 28 Sep, 18, 19 Oct 2017 18, 19 April, 16, 17 May, 13, 14 June, 18, 19 July, 19, 20 September, 10, 11 October 2018 *Dates may change Fee: £2150 Programme: This module is part of Healthcare Practice PgCert/PgDip/MSc Questions? Contact Lai Yen Polenz, Module Leader Contact the PPD Programme Office who will be happy to help you with any queries. If you don’t see a course that meets your needs, please ask us about our bespoke training and education solutions.