Return to Practice – Registered Nurse (Adult, Child, Learning Disability, Mental Health) and Registered Nursing Associates NUR3001
This module is only available to students who have previously been registered with the NMC as a Registered Nurse or a Registered Nursing Associate.
|Cost:||Funded by Health Education England (HEE)|
Who is this module for?
The purpose of this module is to provide a route from all fields of nursing (Adult, Child, Learning Disability, Mental Health) and Nursing Associates to effectively return to the Nursing and Midwifery Council Register.
To be eligible to apply, you must hold a registration (lapsed) with the Nursing and Midwifery Council and have the ability to update the necessary numeracy and literacy skills required to meet the professional programme requirements.
What are the key aims of the programme?
This module will provide the necessary components (practice and theoretical learning) to enable Registered Nurses and Nursing Associates with lapsed NMC Registration to return to the professional NMC register.
How will I study?This module will be delivered using a blended learning approach with a mix of campus-based learning, online learning, simulation-based education, peer group learning and directed study. Students will be required to attend practice for a minimum of 150 practice hours and maximum of 360 practice hours in total. Duration of module: Flexible part-time. Minimum of 17 weeks, maximum of 40 weeks.
What Will I Study?
The key areas that will be covered within this module include:
How will I be assessed?
There will be a range of formative assessment opportunities within the module to prepare students for summative assessment and practice learning:
The summative assessment has two elements. The summative assessment has two elements. Students will need to pass both required summative elements to be able to apply to the NMC for professional re-registration.
Part One: Practice Learning
Achievement of practice proficiencies aligned to the student’s specific professional registration.
Part Two: Coursework
A written assignment (1,500 words) examining an aspect of evidence-based practice that has an impact on patient safety.
On successful completion you will:
Be eligible to re-register with the NMC as a Registered Nurse or Registered Nursing Associate.
Study dates and venues
Venue: Ormskirk Campus and Alder Hey Institute in the Park
Starts: Thursday 8 September 2022
The first scheduled session is Thursday 8 September. Session dates and times for this intake are to be confirmed. If you have any further queries, please contact the School of Nursing, Midwifery and Allied Health on [email protected]
Return to Practice programmes are funded by Health Education England (HEE) and you will also be eligible to apply for a £1000 stipendiary payment towards childcare, travel and book costs etc.
If you are already employed within the healthcare sector as a Health Care Assistant, you may wish to discuss with your organisation if there is an option to be supported with Employer led Return to Practice.
Programme 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 the programme it may be that the programme is fully booked when your application is received.
For details of how to apply, please visit the apply page.
This course will not be running in Academic Year 2022-2023.
For further information please contact:
Delyth Meirion-Owen, Deputy Programme Lead via email on [email protected]
For any other queries, you can contact the School of Nursing, Midwifery and Allied Health on [email protected].