|Salary:||£34,304 pro rata|
|Placed On:||13th January 2022|
|Closes:||3rd February 2022|
Location : Various locations
The practice modules that support the appointment of PT/AA are all part of the OU’s new curriculum designed to meet the NMC (2018) Future nurse: Standards of proficiency for registered nurses. Following NMC approval for our Future Nurse programme, we now offer all four fields of practice - adult, children and young people, learning disabilities and mental health. Practice module are worth 60 credits, occurring at each level of the programme These modules are practice-focused and driven by the development and assessment students undertake in practice. The role of the PT/AA will require positive tripartite relationships between the student, practitioners acting as Practice Supervisors and Practice Assessors and yourself to ensure that the student has a meaningful and fair learning experience. You will need to be familiar with the NMC (2018) standards including specifically NMC (2018) Part 2: Standards for student supervision and assessment where the relational aspects of your role, and the academic assessor role itself is detailed.
The PT/AA is managed by and reports to the Staff Tutor, Nursing who is the first point of contact for dealing with any matter related to practice-based learning.
To work with us you will need access to the internet.
For detailed information, and to apply online go to: XKYN327 - Becoming an autonomous practitioner (mental health) | Employment (open.ac.uk)
Closing date for Applications: 3rd February - noon
We promote diversity in employment and welcome applications from all sections of the community
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