Part-time:The course is taught over five days, with a half day induction completed within a period of approximately five months.
Preston or Durham
This course is intended to enable members of the Dental team to develop skills in effective facilitation of learning within and outside the workplace, so that they can support the professional development of students and other staff within their profession. The North Western Postgraduate Dental Deanery has been involved in the development of the course so that it offers General Dental Practitioners core training to fulfil the role of Foundation Year Educational Supervisors and acts as verifiable CPD in line with GDC requirements. The course is mapped into COPDEND Standards for Dental Educators (2013). This course is also an opportunity for other members of the Dental team who are able to study at level 7. On successful achievement of this course, students can apply for membership with the Academy of Medical Educators.
Join us at our Dentistry specific postgraduate advice events – book below:
Postgraduate Advice Events
Wednesday 14 June 2017, 3.00pm - 7.30pm
Facilitating Learning in Healthcare Practice Course Dates
Tuesday 19th September 2017
Wednesday 18th October 2017
Wednesday 8th November 2017
Wednesday 13th December 2017
Tuesday 9th January 2018
To be accepted onto the programme students must:
Roles and relationships in teaching and learning
The clinical Environment as a learning environment
The nature of learning
Teaching skills and strategies
Writing aims and objectives
Planning for a teaching session
Assessment and Feedback
Large Group Teaching Activity
Supporting Learning in the Interprofessional Team
Experiential Learning and Microteaching activity
Find out more about our Postgraduate courses. Book onto our Postgraduate Advice Event on 12 June 2017
How people learn.
Personal and Professional development
Optimising learning in clinical environments
Ensuring and enhancing the quality of the learning environment: audit, evaluation and research
Planning and preparing learning activities
Principles of effective facilitation of learning
Small group teaching
Problem and evidence-based learning
How to plan, prepare and deliver a teaching session
Assessing the learner
Writing aims and objectives
You can apply for many of the postgraduate UCLan courses using our Online Application System.
If you are applying for the module that will be delivered at Bourne House, Durham starting in January 2017, the application type is “Postgrad part time at UCLan”. Please then search for “CERT/Facil Learning Hcare Pract (Durham)/UCLAN Preston”. For details about fees and dates, please contact Bourne House.
Please note the closing date for application for HENE students is Friday 2nd December 2016.
For a concise summary of the main features of this course, see our course specification.
For information on possible changes to course information, see our Important Information.
For detailed information about studying this course at UCLan, please see the course handbook for your year of entry:
Part-time: £1,000 per 20 credits for first 120 credits studied
Tuition Fees are per year unless otherwise stated and may be subject to increase annually in line with UK Retail Price Index inflation rate
For 2016/17 fees please refer to our fees page.
Course is taught in a well-equipped modern classroom.
Assessment is through completion of a work-based learning portfolio including an educational audit and an annotated bibliography.
The aim of the module is to enable health care practitioners to critically analyse the requirements for effective facilitation of learning within and outside the workplace and selectively and appropriately apply principles of best practice to teaching, supporting learning, assessing and giving feedback to others.
The course content is relevant for General Dental Practitioners who wish to become Educational Supervisors of Foundation Year Dentists. It is also relevant for General Practitioners in an educational role and other healthcare professionals who have a role, or wish to have a role in supporting the learning of others will find the course of benefit.