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Clinical Teaching PGCert
This programme represents a new direction. It provides a strongly work-related but academically robust route for healthcare professionals engaged in clinical teaching and learning. The PG Cert in Clinical Teaching incorporates the philosophy of inter-professional education and develops students' skills to enable them to be change agents within practice, promoting learning across professions as well as within. The programme enables healthcare professionals to not only work together and learn from each other, but also to work with patients and carers to develop systems and an environment which facilitates learning.
School of Education
The School of Education is one of the largest in the UK and is an internationally recognised research centre. Our courses are informed by our cutting-edge research, as well as by current educational policy. Our teaching has been rated 24/24 by the QAA, and students can tailor most programmes to pursue their own professional interests.rt) to research degrees (MPhil, PhD, EdD) and PGCE teacher training. We are proud of the support we offer students to help them thrive within our academic community and get the most from student life.
We offer over 30 courses, from undergraduate (BA) and postgraduate (MA, MEd, MSc, PGCert) to research degrees (MPhil, PhD, EdD) and PGCE teacher training. We are proud of the support we offer students to help them thrive within our academic community and get the most from student life.
What you study
The programme is available on a part-time basis and draws on students' workplace learning, encouraging students to link this with theoretical perspectives on teaching and learning. It enables some students to meet mandatory qualification requirements in their professional fields. We have approval from the Nursing and Midwifery Council so that nurses and midwives receive a recordable qualification. The responsive and professionally relevant character of the programme is due in large part to the collaboration between the School of Education, the Lifelong Learning Institute, the School of Healthcare, the Postgraduate Medical and Dental Education Deanery, the School of Medicine, and the School of Dentistry, as well as practitioners from Hospital Trusts and Primary Care Trusts. This programme is also supported by the West Yorkshire Workforce Development Confederation
The programme is organised and run by the Lifelong Learning Institute which is based within the School of Education. The institute, which has a focus on research and postgraduate study, has over 250 members including academic and related organisations, individual members and postgraduates. Course participants will automatically become members of the institute.