Work based learning modules are offered in two sizes, there are 40 credit modules and 20 credit modules. Learning is centred around actual activity within your practice setting.
The purpose of work based learning is to support effective learning and development and the application of knowledge and skills within a practice setting. The focus of the module is on the direct application of learning to real work issues and problems. Work based learning involves reflection on practice; learning from the experience.
Before starting a Work Based Learning (WBL) module you must attend a planning workshop in the semester before you wish to start the module.
The running of this module is dependent on there being sufficient numbers of interest.
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