University of Kent

University of Kent

Community Health Care

The Postgraduate Certificate in Community Health Care has been developed to apply theories, concepts and techniques of learning as they relate to the workplace, in addition to responding to gaps in clinical education and assurance related to competent practice which correlated directly to patient outcomes. Students explore the nature of capability in a professional context including analysing problems and situations, the relative merits of alternative approaches and conceptualising and evaluating personal work in order to learn from experience.

Entry requirements

Kent Community Health Trust will administer the initial application process in terms of the potential applicants suitability for the programme in terms of the following criteria: Applicants must have relevant experience within the Health Care profession. Applicants should be currently employed within the Health Care professions within a senior grade.

Course modules

Core Modules: End of life care; safe adminstration of injectable medicines; wound care medicine.

Assessment methods

Assessment may be undertaken through the use of: Portfolios, Oral presentations, Case studies, Seminar contributions, Reflective learning logs, Written assignments.

Qualifications

Qualification Study mode Start month Fee Course duration
PgCert Part-time - 1 years

Campus details

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Key information

Contact: 
Kent Community Health NHS Trust
Telephone number: 
01233 667986