You'll develop the knowledge and skills to adopt a person-centred enabling role and work in partnership with clients/carers and other professionals
One of the benefits of studying this course is the range of learning and teaching opportunities available. Person-centred evidence-based care underpins the teaching and learning activities. Learning, teaching and assessment methods focus on providing you with engaging and contemporary materials which link theory to practice and encourage you to critically reflect on practice.
Some modules (such as work-based learning) offer you flexibility in the aspects of epilepsy you study.
This is a part-time distance learning course, offered over three trimesters throughout the academic year. You'll learn by a variety of teaching methods including guided reading, online lectures and online discussions.
The final work-based module allows you to explore an area of your practice building on learning gained in previous modules.
You'll complete three compulsory modules:
- Diagnosis and management of epilepsy
- Management of psychosocial issues in long term conditions
- Work-based learning.