Clinical Education (Part time) (PG Cert)
Studying Clinical Education at the UEA, whether it’s to Postgraduate Certificate, Postgraduate Diploma or Masters level, is a great way for health and social care professionals to develop their career as a leader in their field and as an educator. If you are a good communicator and have a desire and aptitude for teaching, this could be the course for you.
What sets this programme apart is the unusually diverse range of students we attract - from junior clinicians to senior consultants, in every field of health and social care, and candidates from all over the world. This rich mix of student experience enhances the learning environment and is a valuable resource that will challenge you to think about how different people learn. This will make you an adaptable and creative teacher of the future.
On the course you will explore advances in both theory and practice in clinical education and apply what you have learned through work based placements. Your studies will increase your knowledge and skill, widen your perspective and help you develop fresh insights and the motivation to bring about change and promote excellence in clinical education.
Please note teaching for part time students is normally held on one morning or afternoon a week during semester time but this may be subject to change – a course timetable will be included with your joining instructions.
Studying on our Clinical Education programmes will provide you with a wide variety of career options. You can become a full time educator, a mentor or supervisor, based in a variety of educational or health care settings. Wherever you choose to work, you can play a vital role in developing the workforce of the future.
Our School scores highly in the National Student Satisfaction Survey 2013. The School also runs Masters level courses and has PhD students, as well as Continuing Professional Development courses for qualified professionals. Our research active staff team is at the forefront of new thinking and teaching methods in the fast-paced and challenging delivery of health services.