This part-time postgraduate course requires you to register for the MSc (consisting of 180 credits at level 7), with exit awards at Postgraduate Certificate and Postgraduate Diploma level.
Using creative approaches to active learning, the course aims to develop person-centred leaders and facilitators who can improve and sustain outcomes in person-centredness and effective care in the workplace to grow a critical mass of practitioners with practice development and innovation expertise.
The course will enable you to develop confidence, competence, knowledge and skills to become more effective within your organisation and to evaluate your impact as a practice developer or innovator within the workplace.
- Effective care
- Workplace culture
- Facilitation of learning
- Improvement and innovation
- Work-based and workplace learning
- Growth, thriving and flourishing
The course consists of seven modules:
Year 1 modules:
Person-centred Practice: Outcomes and Evaluation
Negotiated Work-based Learning Module
Influencing Effective Workplace Culture
Option to exit with PgCert
Year 2 modules:
Facilitation Theory for Practice
Becoming a Facilitator in Practice
Participatory Research: Principles and Methods
Option to exit with PgDip
Year 3 module:
Final Practice Development and Innovation Project