Work-based Learning Project (Clinical Leadership MSc) Apply Work-based Learning Project (Clinical Leadership MSc) A number of teaching and learning theories will be explored and evaluated. Students are required to identify work-based learning objectives which provide the opportunity for personal, professional and organisational development. The student will accept responsibility and will be accountable for developing, managing and achieving these objectives. Learning outcomes: Identify and negotiate work based learning objectives which address issues relevant to the student’s personal goals and his/her immediate and wider areas of responsibilities within workplace. Assess, develop and apply appropriate skills and techniques to carry out practical investigations which will include addressing ethical issues. Integrate prior knowledge and new learning to engage with relevant organisational issues that will impact upon the work based learning. Apply appropriate theories, frameworks and principles, relevant to the issues/ situations and objectives. Make recommendations that will impact upon the student’s current and future work role and their immediate and wider areas of responsibilities. Demonstrate development of key skills and critical appraisal consistent with post graduate level study and the integration of learning with practice. Who is the module for? Health and social care practitioners/professionals involved in leading teams or organisations and/or involved in identifying change in practice aimed at service improvement through educational project. Module code: HC7003 Entry criteria: be employed in or have access to an organisation within which the work based learning can be located be working at an advancing occupational level within the organisation that will enable them to undertake learning which is at least equal to the level of the work-based learning project module they are pursuing have the support of their employer or the organisation in which the learning is to be located, in the form of time, resources and advice identify and have access to a work-based mentor who is able to help, advice, and support the student and to critically comment on the progress and outcomes of the learning. Number of credits and level of study: 30 credits at level 7 Assessment: Written report Location: Kingston University Pattern of Delivery: 5 teaching days plus 5 days self-directed study. Module dates:* For October 2016 PT and FT students: 26 April 2017 – 21 June 2017 Dates for 2017/18 to be confirmed *Dates may change Fee: £800 Programme: This module is part of Clinical Leadership MSc Questions? Contact Dr Maria Ponto, Course Director 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.