Canterbury Christ Church University would like to offer AEC network members the opportunity to accredit their learning journey within Ambulatory Emergency Care. There are two ways members can undertake this. This first is to attend the Contemporary Issues in Ambulatory Care Short course for BSC and MSc level students which will run from February 2017. This will entail 4 day’s attendance over 1 semester at Canterbury Christ Church University Canterbury Kent. Cost £730. If you are interested in this option, please contact Sue as soon as possible to secure your place.
The second option is a Distance Learning Opportunity for academic levels; Foundation Level 4 or 5, Level 6 BSc, or Level 7 MSc
There is no taught component to this module. Students will have access to learning materials virtually. In virtual discussion students will be required to identify their learning needs and will be assessed on the learning within the workplace through the completion of a portfolio of evidence. This will be via the negotiated learning module. This opportunity is suitable for those who are more proficient at self-directed learning. On successful completion 20 credits will be awarded at chosen level.
The current cost (2016/7) is £450 per person
Course leader Sue Holmes PgCert Managing Health and Social Care, BSc (Hons) SRN. Please contact Sue before applying.
Further information and how to apply please email Sue.
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