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How to become a Practice Educator
Calling existing or aspiring Practice Educators to a 3-session Practice Educator course which is available in the School of Health & Rehabilitation, Keele University. For new educators you will need to complete Session 1 and 2 and follow up with the approval session (Session 3) after supervising a student.
If you are an experienced educator but not familiar with Keele assessment and processes, please contact the clinical admin team to discuss options.
Session one covers Learning and Teaching theories and their application in Placement Learning, Principles of assessment and their application in Placement Learning.
Session two is a summary of Session one, processes and procedures specific to Keele. Negotiated learning agreement, placement documentation, rules and regulations, disability and equal oportunities.
Session three Approval is designed to give new educators the opportunity to discuss their experiences and share good practice with others in a similar position.
Attendees will have had at least one student placed with them before attending and will be given a certificate for their CPD once the course has been completed.