Simulation in Health and Social Care
School - School of Health and Society
Subject area - Nursing
Start Date(s): September
Nine months part-time
Part-time - £2,520 (£1,260 per 30 credit module)
- You will have the opportunity to get first-hand experience of using the exceptional facilities in our state-of-the-art accredited simulation centre
- You will be provided with a unique experience of being taught by a multi-disciplinary team of academics
- You will gain a specific qualification which will enhance your credibility as an expert in the field of simulation
- A part-time only course
This unique course is aimed at anyone with an interest in simulation in health and social care, working either in practice or education. Examples include doctors, nurses, physiotherapists, paramedics, occupational therapist, social workers, midwives and technicians.
The PgCert Simulation in Health and Social Care will equip you with the contemporary knowledge and skills required to develop and advance simulation practice/ education in your specific area of practice.
By studying the two modules you will gain an understanding of the underpinning theory of simulation based education and you will spend time in the simulation suites applying this theory to practice.
This course is designed to give you the confidence to develop and advance simulation in your area of practice or education and is tailored specifically to your needs.
This course runs part-time over nine months and encompasses two Level 7 modules.
By undertaking this postgraduate course you will be able to:
- Demonstrate a systematic understanding of the knowledge and skills related to simulation based education (SBE)
- Develop knowledge and skills required to design, develop and facilitate SBE
- Master a comprehensive understanding of how SBE can be applied to own individual practice discipline
- Show originality in the application of how simulation is essential to advancing practice
- Share and explore the diverse perspectives of discipline specific SBE that is encountered globally, that could inform professional practice in own local practice setting