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Mrs Lyn Crouchman MSc. BSc. Hons. RGN. Cert Ed. RNT FHEA
This course is designed to enable you to regain the confidence, knowledge, skills and behaviours required to return to the workforce as a competent and safe practitioner. The transition to becoming a registered nurse is the focus of the module and includes processes associated with the development of competence in the relevant field of nursing, namely adult nursing.
The use of evidence to underpin practice development from a personal and professional perspective is explored, debated and applied within their clinical setting.
Successful completion of the supervised practice period, in conjunction with the theoretical component of the module, enables the student to be recommended to the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) for entry onto the professional register.
30 Credits at level 6
September & February
Our Return to Practice course has been developed to enable nurses from the United Kingdom (UK) whose NMC registration has lapsed to re-register with the NMC, or, in the case of nurses from the European Union (EU)/European Economic Area (EEA), who have been instructed by the NMC to complete a Return to Practice course, to become eligible for registration with the NMC and seek employment in the UK.
This course will included a 12 to 15 week placement at two shifts a week in addition to university attendance of one full day a week for 12 weeks and homework.
During this course, you will develop a range of skills covering analysis, critical thinking, problem solving and reflective practice, which are necessary to provide evidence-based, holistic care for adult patients and their families. The assessment strategies within this module encourage and facilitate the development of computer and information technology literacy i.e. the use of online resources to develop numeracy skills and the use of work processing software for a reflective assignment. Through supervised learning in practice you will acquire clinical competence and awareness of the health and social care needs of your local population.
Content will include:
Specific employability support is provided within the module, which includes guidance surrounding applications for employment, navigation of recruitment and selection processes, and managing the transition from student to registered adult nurse.
Eligibility for entry to the course will be discussed at interview.
For all students applying to the course, the minimum qualifications for enrolment are:
AND ALL OF THE FOLLOWING
Fees for September 2017 to August 2018 entryWe are currently reviewing our fees for this course.Most courses will involve some additional costs that are not covered by your fees. Further informationFind out more about our fees and funding.
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Fees quoted are for the next intake and are subject to change. Fee costs for subsequent years are subject to rise with inflation or course delivery costs.
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