Short Course / CPD
12 weeks: (20 credits at level 6)
No Partner College
Elearning - September 2016 - Tuesdays: Sept 20,27; Oct 4,11,18,25; Nov 1,8,15,22,29; Dec 6. From 7pm-8pm., Classroom - January 2017 - Thursdays: Jan 19, 26; Feb 2, 9, 16, 23; Mar 2, 9, 16, 23, 30; Apr 6, 27. From 9am-12noon..,
Students must be working in a clinical area relevant to the module content
Good leadership is absolutely fundamental to providing safe, effective healthcare to patients/service users/clients and is absolutely vital to leading service improvement right across health and social care settings. The aim of the module is to provide you with the opportunity to explore the concept of leadership within health and social care services. You will develop a range of leadership skills to meet current and future demands of complex health and social care organisations. The leadership modules are taken up by practitioners from a range of undergraduate degree programmes and by individuals for CPD purposes. All members of the multidisciplinary team are welcome.
The classroom module is delivered during semester 2. The module can be delivered within your organisation if there are sufficient student numbers, at the organisations request.
The elearn module is delivered in semester 1. Students work through a programme of study using on-line learning materials and post their comments and reflections to the course discussion Board. Students are asked to log on for chatroom discussion each week. Times and dates can be varied after enrolment and in discussion with the student group.
All students are expected to engage in practice with activities such as leading a change or innovation, linking to leadership frameworks, and meeting regularly with a critical friend or mentor. We involve service users and carers in both e-learning and taught modules, encouraging students to post questions and enquiries that will shape the discussion. Core themes are those of personal knowledge and reflection; leading and working in teams and developing leadership skills and competence. A range of leadership theories and approaches are explored.
1 level 3 Communication
2 level 3 Personal and people development
4 level 2/3 Service improvement
5 Level 3/4 Quality
6 Level 2/3 Equality and diversity
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For details of the standard fee for UK/EU students studying this course please contact the Faculty of Health and Wellbeing.TBC
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