This work-based learning module enables students to gain academic credits for CPPD undertaken.
The module aims to support the development of higher level academic skills, in particular critical reflection and the ability to appraise the evidence and apply it to the student’s area of practice.
Students are expected to develop a portfolio of evidence to support this. Aims are:
Available as a standalone module: Yes
Students taking the Leading Primary Care - LSBU, Modality and RCGP please visit https://www.lsbu.ac.uk/business/research-enterprise-and-innovation/health-systems-innovation-lab/what-we-do/leading-primary-care-programme for further instructions on applying.
Attendance (Please note, this is subject to change for future intakes)
Dates: For attendance information, please see the top of this page and click on ‘attendance dates’. Please note, if the module is full or closed for the intake(s) this academic year, dates may not appear.
This module is suitable for those who are currently working within a health and social care setting and wish to gain academic credit for CPD activities undertaken within the workplace. The level 7 module encourages increased confidence in the ability to study at a higher level and enables participants to undertake a structured piece of work-based learning that will enhance the ability to maximise learning from a work experience. It will also develop skills of personal development planning and reflection on learning experiences.
To develop and submit a portfolio plan detailing how the student will be able to meet the required hours of learning for the module.
CW1: A portfolio evidencing the 150 hours of self-directed study in the chosen area relevant to the student’s place of work. 50% Weighting 50% pass mark at L7.
CW2: A 2500-word critical reflection which evidences the student’s ability to learn and apply the chosen area of learning to the environment in which they are employed. 50% Weighting 50% pass mark at L7.
Both elements are required for successful completion of the module
Knowledge and Understanding: