PgC Advanced Practice in Learning Disability and or Autism: Practice Development

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Duration Full-time, 1 Year
Start date September 2021
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Studying PGCert Advanced Practice when working with People with Learning Disability and or Autism, you will be required to undertake the following core modules:

  • Leading Advanced Person Centred Care and support for Individuals with Learning Disability and or Autism (20 credits)
  • Improving Service Delivery, Health and Wellbeing for People who have Learning Disability and or Autism (20 credits).
  • Work-based learning (20 credits)

The 3 modules of this programme are contemporary, in that they meet the needs of the stakeholders and will continue to do so in the future. The programme is designed around the capabilities framework for advanced practice learning disability and or autism

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This programme has been specifically developed to meet the continuing professional development needs of individuals who are working with people with learning disability and or autism. The programme is designed to enable you to apply your learning to your own health and social care context. The programme aims to enhance your skills, working across the HEE (2020) capabilities framework for advanced practice when working with people with learning disability and or autism.

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