Practice Teacher Award pt


In High Wycombe

£ 2,750 VAT inc.


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  • Level


  • Location

    High wycombe

  • Duration

    1 Year

You’ll develop teaching skills, including how to teach individuals with different learning needs and ways of learning. You’ll also learn how to plan and carry out student assessments. There will be a focus on the role of the practice teacher in leading developments in practice education within an inter-professional context. In the work-based learning module you’ll work with students at specialist and advanced levels in the practice area over the whole academic year. Support will be provided by workshops and practice visits in semester two.



Start date

High Wycombe (Buckinghamshire)
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High Wycombe Campus, Queen Alexandra Road, HP11 2JZ

Start date

On request

About this course

We’ve developed this programme for experienced clinicians from all disciplines who want to move into a practice teacher role. This programme is validated by the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) and allows nurses to become qualified practice teachers. On successful completion of the programme you’ll have the NMC requirements to be placed on the local register as a practice teacher and be able to pursue a practice teacher role within your workplace.

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  • Teaching
  • Excellence
  • Healthcare
  • Education
  • Healthcare Education
  • Lectures
  • Healthcare Settings
  • Healthcare Practice
  • Healthcare Communications
  • Care Management

Course programme

Course Details

Bucks New University has a history of excellence in healthcare education and our lectures have a wide range of clinical and teaching experience. Your work-based learning will take place at your current workplace who will provide a qualified practice teacher supervisor. We’ll provide expert oversight and facilitation from our course team.

The course comprises of 14 taught days in the University in semester one and e-portfolio support in semester two.

What are the course entry requirements?

You must be an experienced professional working in the community or the acute sector and:

  • be able to prove your ability to study at Level 7 (postgraduate level)
  • have the support of your employer, including the provision of a supervising qualified practice teacher
  • already be working with students undertaking post registration courses or pre-registration students who require signing off on completion of their training.

Practice Teacher Award pt

£ 2,750 VAT inc.