Module details

Module code

7NU517

Module level

Level 7

Module credits

20 credits

Next course date

September

Duration

12 weeks

Location

Derby Campus

Module description

It is designed to meet the NMC requirements for Practice Teacher Status and the HEA professional standards for Associate Fellow.

Teaching in Practice

This module takes a blended approach of both face-to-face and online delivery. Your learning experience will be supported by synchronous live on-campus sessions and live online sessions together with asynchronous self-directed study, at your own pace. The use of electronic learning lectures, tutorials, group work and a range of learning resources will help to meet the needs of all learners.


During this module, you will develop expertise in providing high-quality learning opportunities within your area of focus, while considering the interprofessional agenda. You will also critically explore the development of interprofessional education as a concept in health and social care, while also considering equality for all of those involved in the education process.

How you will learn

We use a variety of teaching and learning methods, including a mixture of face to face learning and learning using web-based and electronic tools. You will also take part in group work and reflective practice, which means you’ll consider how you have developed and applied your knowledge.

How you're assessed

Assessment is by your tutors, peers and the group, through a variety of methods, including the reflective portfolios that you develop during the course. When you graduate you will be able to manage and deliver a range of learning activities within practice learning or academic environments.

Who is this course for

All health and social care professionals with an interest in teaching, assessment and education.

Programme Leader

Learning outcomes

On completion of this course you should be able to:

Entry requirements

You need to have an existing professional qualification and evidence of level 6 study in an aspect of health care and social care, such as nursing, radiography, social work or occupational therapy. We will also consider your application if you have experience of working in a relevant field.

Fees and funding

2019/20 Fees (August 2019 - July 2020)

If this is an LBR (Learning Beyond Registration) course, and you are eligible for LBR funding, the cost is funded by HEEM (Health Education East Midlands) - check the list of LBR courses.

If you are funding your own study, the full cost of this module is £1,000.

For more information on payment options, please contact our Student Records and Fees team by phone on +44 (0)1332 591063 or email at studentrecordsandfees@derby.ac.uk.

How to apply

Level 7

LBR applications

Apply directly to the University

Self-funded applications

Contact us

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Additional information about your studies

Minimum numbers

Please note that this course is subject to minimum numbers in order to run.