Teaching

  • SHG000 Introduction to Health and Social Care

    This module offers year 12 students an introduction to health and social care by addressing a selection of core concepts of relevance to each discipline and providing students with an opportunity to explore career opportunities in health and social care.

  • SHG107 An Introduction to Healthcare Practice (SDP)

    This module provides an introduction to core nursing concepts, such as law, ethics, research, numeracy and health promotion.

  • SHG112 Introduction to Health Sciences (ABMU)

    This module will introduce the student to normal anatomy and physiology, as well as key sociological and psychological concepts.

  • SHG116 Clinical Decision Making for Support Workers

    This module covers the key concepts of holistic care and considers the processes involved in holistic assessment and care. The importance of team working will also be explored, as well as skills required to support patients and their families.

  • SHG117 Consolidating Practice

    This is a work-based learning module that will enable students to develop knowledge and skills relevant to their area of health or social care practice.

  • SHG262 Mentor and Assessor Preparation - Bronglais (October)

    This module will enable registered nurses or midwives to meet the NMC `Standard to Support Learning and Assessment in Practice¿ (2008) Stage 2 (Mentors) in order to mentor and assess students in clinical practice. Successful completion of this module would enable mentors, after 12 months experience in the role of a mentor, to access further preparation to achieve the knowledge, skills and competence to meet the NMC defined outcomes for a practice teacher (stage 3) or teacher (stage 4) of the framework to support learning and assessment in practice.

  • SHG3021 Mentor and Assessor Preparation - Bronglais (October)

    This module will enable registered nurses or midwives to meet the NMC `Standard to Support Learning and Assessment in Practice¿ (2008) Stage 2 (Mentors) in order to mentor and assess students in clinical practice. Successful completion of this module would enable mentors, after 12 months experience in the role of a mentor, to access further preparation to achieve the knowledge, skills and competence to meet the NMC defined outcomes for a practice teacher (stage 3) or teacher (stage 4) of the framework to support learning and assessment in practice.

  • SHGE04 Mentor and Assessor Preparation - Bronglais

    This module will enable registered nurses or midwives to meet the NMC `Standard to Support Learning and Assessment in Practice¿ (2008) Stage 2 (Mentors) in order to mentor and assess students in clinical practice. Successful completion of this module would enable mentors, after 12 months experience in the role of a mentor, to access further preparation to achieve the knowledge, skills and competence to meet the NMC defined outcomes for a practice teacher (stage 3) or teacher (stage 4) of the framework to support learning and assessment in practice.

  • SHHM13 Advanced Practice: Management and Leadership

    This module provides students with the opportunity to critically examine their role in relation to management and leadership issues. The focus will be on providing the student with knowledge and skills to enhance their practice.

  • SHN289 Continuing Conditions and Palliative Care (Adult)

    This module aims to equip student nurses to work with patients, service users, family, carers and the multi- disciplinary team relating to the care and management of patients service users with long-term conditions or palliative care needs. Students will develop an understanding of appropriate assessment, negotiation and care planning for these groups and demonstrate the importance of individualised nursing care.

  • SHN293 Continuing Conditions and Palliative Care (Child)

    This module aims to equip student nurses to work with patients, service users, family, carers and the multi- disciplinary team relating to the care and management of patients service users with long-term conditions or palliative care needs. Students will develop an understanding of appropriate assessment, negotiation and care planning for these groups and demonstrate the importance of individualised nursing care.

  • SHN298 Continuing Conditions and Palliative Care (Mental Health)

    This module aims to equip student nurses to work with patients, service users, family, carers and the multi- disciplinary team relating to the care and management of patients /service users with long-term conditions or palliative care needs. Students will develop an understanding of appropriate assessment, negotiation and care planning for these groups and demonstrate the importance of individualised nursing care.

  • SHN3056 Advancing Professional Nursing Practice (Adult)

    The aim of this module is to enable nursing students to develop the knowledge and skills to evaluate and advance professional nursing practice. It will help them to identify areas for improvement and help identify any potential limitations within the context of current policy and organisational cultures. The module will enable the student to develop their own potential, advancing their own practice whilst evaluating the impact on self, service users and other professionals.

  • SHNM03 Leadership and Decision-Making (Adult)

    This module will enable students to develop their leadership skills when managing nursing care. A range of teaching methods will be used to critically develop knowledge and skills related to clinical governance, autonomy, accountability, and service improvement.

  • SHNM07 Leadership and Decision-Making (Child)

    This module will enable students to develop their leadership skills when managing nursing care. A range of teaching methods will be used to critically develop knowledge and skills related to clinical governance, autonomy, accountability, and service improvement.

  • SHNM11 Leadership and Decision-Making (Mental Health)

    This module will enable students to develop their leadership skills when managing nursing care. A range of teaching methods will be used to critically develop knowledge and skills related to clinical governance, autonomy, accountability, and service improvement.

  • SHTM33 Designing and Evaluating Your Teaching

    This module aims to develop the student¿s awareness of the key issues, principles and values of quality teaching in the workplace setting, and their ability to reflect upon, analyse and interpret their own professional practice in healthcare and education using a range of theoretical frameworks.