Module Negotiated Learning (level 6)

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Duration Part-time, Single Module
Start date October 2019
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Negotiated learning modules are 20 credits. Learning is self-directed, allowing you to extend your knowledge and understanding in an area of study that complements previous experience and learning.

You select a topic which is relevant to your area of practice and programme of study. The learning process may involve a purely academic activity (such as writing a literature review) and may relate specifically to an aspect of your practice (such as the development of a learning package or a patient information leaflet), however, it will not involve the assessment of practice.

Before starting a Negotiated Learning (NGL) module you must attend a planning workshop in the semester before you wish to study.

The running of this module is dependent on there being sufficient numbers of interest.

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