4

Continuing Personal and

Professional Development (CPPD)

SHS Moodle Page

This MOODLE page provides information on forthcoming modules that will be delivered through the Gibraltar Health Authority (GHA) and the School of Health Studies (SHS) in collaboration with Kingston University and St George's University of London (KUSGUL). These modules are offered to all staff who have an interest in developing their CPPD, and who can demonstrate they are supported by their respective managers.

For any further information, please email: noleen.jones@gha.gi

In order to apply for modules run by the SHS and KULSGUL, you will need to present the following (Unless you have previously done a module with them):

  • Completed APPLICATION FORM (non-completed forms will not be processed)
  • Passport or ID card
  • Original Qualifications (e.g. Diploma, Degree; these have to be officially translated into English if not already in English)
  • Evidence of up to  date Professional Regulatory Body registration  (e.g. GRB, NMC, HCPC)
  • Once you provide all of the above evidence and documents, you will not need to submit it again. However, the full process may need to be repeated every 3 years.  
  • If your name has changed, you must provide the legal document to support your application, e.g. marriage certificate, divorce, civil partnership. 
  • Line Manager's signature on page 2 (manager's declaration)
  • Unit General Manager  (non-nursing)  or Clinical Nurse Manager (Nursing) signature on page 3 (Funded by Employer).

Areas that you have to complete are highlighted in YELLOW on the Application Form Example

 

PLEASE MAKE SURE YOU COMPLETE THE APPLICATION FORM FULLY AS INCOMPLETE FORMS WILL NOT BE PROCESSED

Mentorship for Practice

APPLICATION CLOSING DATE: FRIDAY 12th APRIL 2019

This module enables health and social care practitioners to develop their skills, knowledge and approaches as Mentors and meets the NMC Stage 2 Mentor standard. Develop your skills, knowledge and approaches as a mentor and meet the NMC Stage 2 Mentor standard. The module will develop the your ability to successfully manage and evaluate the learning environment, facilitate learning and teaching, enable honest and accountable assessment of learners, act as an agent of change and maintain quality in both the learning and assessment process. You will develop a capacity to promote evidence-based learning for all: learners/students, service users, carers and colleagues, within a culture of interprofessional practice.

  1. Learning outcomes:

    Level 6

    1. Critically analyse the factors that contribute to a positive practice learning environment and contribute to its development.
    2. Critically analyse a range of facilitative strategies to support learning in practice.
    3. Critically evaluate the range of assessment strategies used in practice learning and demonstrate competency and accountability in the assessor role .
    4. Critically evaluate the existing learning and assessment strategies in order to extend the development of learners, self and peers and contribute to programme and practice development.
    5. Critically analyse inter-professional learning within own practice environment.

    Level 7

    1. Critically analyse the factors that contribute to the practice learning environment and creatively lead others in its development.
    2. Develop and critically analyse a range of innovative facilitative strategies to support learning in practice.
    3. Develop, use and critically evaluate a range of assessment strategies and lead in the assessment of learning in practice, being accountable for the decisions made.
    4. Critically evaluate inter-professional working learning in practice, design and create new and innovative learning opportunities.
    5. Critically respond to the existing learning and assessment strategies in order to extend the development of learners, self and peers and inform programme and practice development.

 

Who is the module for? All health and social care practitioners who are responsible for facilitating the learning and assessment of other professionals. Please note that nurses and PAMS can attend.

Assessment:

  • For nurses and PAMS – practice competency assessment and scenario based essay

Number of credits and level of study: 15 credits at level 6 or 7.

Assessment:

  • For nurses and AHPs – practice competency assessment and scenario based essay

Location: The University of Gibraltar, Europa Point.

Module length: 5 days theory plus working with a student to complete the practice competency assessment

Dates

Tuesday 21st May 2019

Wednesday 22nd May 2019

Wednesday 5th June 2019

Wednesday 12th June 2019 

Wednesday 19th June 2019.

 Please be advised all sessions are compulsory

Last modified: Tuesday, 19 March 2019, 1:43 PM