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Progression to Professional Register - HEA00002X

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  • Department: Health Sciences
  • Module co-ordinator: Mr. Rob Allison
  • Credit value: Information currently unavailable
  • Credit level: N
  • Academic year of delivery: 2019-20

Module will run

Occurrence Teaching cycle
B Spring Term 2019-20
C Summer Term 2019-20 to Summer Vacation 2019-20
C1 Summer Term 2019-20 to Summer Vacation 2019-20

Module aims

To facilitate transition to the professional nursing register by ensuring that all statutory and regulatory requirements are achieved.

Module learning outcomes

To meet the programme requirements in relation to:

  1. Confirmation that the student has completed and submitted his/her Elective Practice Experience workbook.
  2. Confirmation from the sign-off mentor that the student can be entered onto the professional nursing register.
  3. Confirmation that the student has completed and submitted his/her Mandatory Training workbook; for Adult field of practice students this includes confirmation that they achieved the EU requirements for adult nursing.
  4. Confirmation that the student has submitted an accurate record of the nursing hours completed in practice.
  5. Confirmation from the Programme Leader that the student's Declaration of Good Health and Good Character has been completed following consultation with their supervisor.

Assessment

Task Length % of module mark
Departmental - attendance requirement
Completion of Statutory Hours
N/A 25
Practical
Declaration of Good Health and Good Character
N/A 25
Practical
Mandatory Training Workbook
N/A 25
Practical
Statement of Progression to Register
N/A 25

Special assessment rules

Pass/fail & Non-compensatable

Reassessment

Task Length % of module mark
Practical
Statement of Progression to Register
N/A 25

Module feedback

Feedback would be provided via an Action Plan.

Indicative reading

Information currently unavailable



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