Postgraduate Certificate in Clinical Education
The heart of the Masters in Clinical Education programme is the Postgraduate Certificate in Clinical Education. As a recognized teaching qualificationin higher education, the programme is the only one of its kind that has been accredited by three different bodies. Successful completion of the programme awards participants Fellowship of the Higher Education Academy, Membership of the Academy of Medical Educators via the expedited accredited application route.
As a 60-credit Level 7 award, the Certificate is comprised of one 45-credit core module and a one 15-credit option module of the participant’s choice.
Most modules are taught as postgraduate seminars, using existing theoretical and research literature as a basis to explore clinical education as a field of practice. In order for useful and meaningful discussions to take place during sessions, participants are asked to prepare for each session by thoroughly reading and making notes on the assigned readings and completing other activities using the online learning environment (KEATS). Sessions do not, in the main, consist of lectures; rather participants will have the opportunity to build their understanding through work with the Module Leader, guest speakers, and colleagues. Attendance at all taught module sessions is required.
||60 Credits, Level 7
||1 Year Part-Time
||Participants must be working in health care professions with an educational or teaching componant to their role.
A minium three years professional experience or completion of The Foundation Training Programme.
For further information about the programme please contact the Programme Director Dr Gabe Reedy at email@example.com or the Programme Administrator Matthias Gilles at firstname.lastname@example.org.