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Negotiated Learning HEA3065

Overview

Work related learning is a very individualised approach to learning in the work place with each student negotiating their own learning outcomes and assessment strategy with their Supervisor. The module is designed to meet the needs of working professionals and allow the student to link theory with their own clinical practice. Each student will have a negotiated learning agreement that is agreed with their Negotiated Learning Supervisor.

Module code:HEA3065
Level:6
Module credits:20
Cost for new students:£940 for September 2023 to July 2024

If your tuition fee is being paid by a sponsor or you are a sponsor paying a student’s fee, you are required to send a copy of a purchase order to [email protected].

For further guidance please visit: Sponsored students – Edge Hill University

CPD-Apply NW

The CPD Apply NW Application tool is available to NWAS (North West Ambulance Service NHS Trust) staff only. If you are employed by NWAS you may be able to secure funding for your module(s). Please see CPD-Apply (nwas.nhs.uk) for further details.

Who is this module for?

Any practitioner involved in projects, research or someone who is interested in undertaking an in-depth review of an area of practice within their current role.

What are the key aims of the module?

You will negotiate the aims with your Supervisor.

How will I study?

This module normally requires attendance at one half-day tutorial and individual meetings with your supervisor. The module overall lasts 15 weeks. The module can be studied on an individual basis. Dates of sessions are agreed on an individual student basis.

What will I study?

You will negotiate the content with your Supervisor.

How will I be assessed?

Negotiated with your Supervisor and approved by the Negotiated Learning Approval Panel (NLAP).

On successful completion you will:

Negotiated with your Supervisor and approved by the Negotiated Learning Approval Panel (NLAP).

How to apply

Module availability varies from year to year and will be subject to minimum student numbers being achieved. Places will be allocated on a first come first served basis. Due to the popularity of some modules it may be that the module is fully booked when your application is received. We will include your details on a waiting list and allocate you a place on the next available intake.

Applications for September 2023 are now closed.

Contact us

For further information regarding module availability, study dates and costs please contact the School of Allied Health, Social Work and Wellbeing on [email protected].

If you have any queries regarding module content and your suitability to study please contact the Module Coordinator Andrew Kirk on [email protected].

Pathways

This module is a compulsory module on the:

 

It can be studied on a stand alone basis or it is an optional module on the following programmes: