Comments about Nursing: Adult, Child or Mental Health (post-registration course with planned modules) BSc - At the institution - London - Greater London
The courses aim to help you gain greater confidence and competence in the management of care within your specific setting. Through the support of tutorial staff and other students you will build networks for future career development.
Nursing: Adult, Child or Mental Health BSc
These are planned course in which you will learn with a group of qualified practitioners in order to develop your skills and knowledge.
You can choose to commence your course from September at any point in the year. You will have a series of compulsory modules that build your skills and knowledge. These have been planned around the Department of Health Knowledge and Skills Framework and link band development opportunities.
You will explore health and wellbeing competencies designed to be applied in your work setting and to extend your skills. You will have an opportunity to link your work-based developmental objectives into your modules so that you make the most of your time and study. Many of the activities can be undertaken in your workplace so that you can maximise your time and that of your employer. You will build on your skills and knowledge and will have time to make some genuine and demonstrable changes in your practice. You will receive support in practice and in your academic development through mentorship and a personal tutor, as well as receiving module and route leader support dependent on your needs.
You will learn new skills as a professional, communicating within the interprofessional team and with clients and their relatives. You will increase your ability to supervise others and to take responsibility for your own personal and professional development, as well as that of your team members. The courses provide an opportunity to explore challenging practice situations and enhance individual performance. You will develop skills in managing a project linked to your practice and developing an evidence based approach to care delivery.
The courses consist of 120 level-3 credits split between six modules plus a 30-credit research project or literature review.
You will start by learning about contemporary service development issues and gaining a greater depth of knowledge in legal and professional issues relating to your role as a registered practitioner. You will undertake a work-based health and wellbeing module in years one and two of your part-time course. These are designed to address your band development needs and link to your appraisal objectives within your practice/client setting.
You can develop your repertoire of skills through two 15-credit modules in communication and in personal and professional development or opt for a choice module. Elements of these modules are planned to use the practice setting and reduce time away from your work base, making it easier for you to fit your development around your busy schedule.
A module will prepare you for undertaking your research project or literature review and will enhance your ability to use evidence in support of your quality practice.