|Category:||Educational Courses, Healthcare, Stand Alone Modules|
|Credit:||10 ECTS / Certificate of Attendance|
|Start Date:||September / October 2018|
|Qualification Required:||Available to Registered Nurses & Midwives|
|Qualification Attained:||Module (10 ECTS) can be used towards the postgraduate diploma in health sciences (60 ECTS)|
This module is designed to form part of the professional and academic development of nurses working in acute and community settings. Participants will be given the opportunity to enhance their physical assessment, history taking, symptom analysis, head to toe assessment and monitoring when dealing with patients in acute and community settings. The participant will develop advanced knowledge and psychomotor skills in the recognition of red flag symptoms and related first line management in the assessment of clients across the lifespan.
The module will include clinical laboratory experience where participants will develop competency in relevant clinical skills. This stand-alone module can be completed on its own for professional development purposes. It is also part of the post graduate diploma in health sciences/professional studies.
This module will commence in September 2018. Course content will be delivered over 6 Saturdays plus 1 day for assessment. Alternatively, those who opt not to be assessed in the module receive a certificate of attendance.
Module dates: Saturdays 10.00am - 4.30pm
February 2018 (Mock OSCES revision)
OSCE Assessment 100%: February 2018
Induction date onto the programme for those who have not attended St. Angela's College previously:
•To be confirmed
It is very important to attend induction session. Induction incorporates the following:
This module will be of interest to all healthcare professionals (irrelevant of level of experience) working in the acute or community settings. This module will build competence and confidence in all systems. Using the state of the art simulated learning environment you will have ample opportunity to practice individually or in small groups and all under the supervision of experienced practitioners.
Non-Nursing Health Professional can complete a similar module focused primarily on identification of 'red flag' symptoms & assessment called Clinical Assessment & Managment Skills for Non-Nursing Health Professionals www.cll.ie/courses for more information.
This module is offered at 2 levels.
1. Academic Accreditation: For those completing module at Level 9, applicants will normally have gained a primary degree (min 2.2 or evidence of equivalent academic credits), however accreditation for prior learning and accreditation for experimental learning are also considered.
2. Continuing Professional Development: For those who opt not be assessed you will receive a Certificate of Attendance from the Centre for Lifelong Learning.
Non-Nursing Health Professional can complete a similar module focused primarily on identification of 'red flag' symptoms & assessment called Clinical Assessment & Management Skills for Non-Nursing Health Professionals www.cll.ie/courses for more information.
Please complete the on-line application form below or alternatively print and complete the application form and follow the payment option below. If you are being funded by your employer please forward letter to that effect to us from your employer/funding organisation and we will invoice directly.
Alternatively, you can send a cheque or postal order for €40 (non-refundable booking deposit) made payable to St. Angela’s College. We also require a passport size photo and a copy of any examination results.
National University of Ireland, Galway or certificate of Attendance.
Course Fees: €750
|ACS Booking Deposit||€ 40.00|