Boost for BPP University School of Health as new partnership nursing programmes are approved
BPP University School of Health has continued to grow its portfolio of nursing programmes following approval for two Mentorship Awards from The Nursing and Midwifery Council.
The 16-week programmes are in Facilitating Teaching Learning and Assessment in Practice Level 6 – ideal for nurses who wish to continue study at this level and could also be used towards a top-up degree – and Leading and Managing Teaching Learning and Assessment in Practice Level 7 which is aimed at graduates who want to progress their academic studies.
Practitioners will study a range of subjects relating to assessment, teaching theory, models and processes and have the opportunity to put everything into practice with work-related assessment requirements.
They will also be able to access the programme at our BPP University School of Health site in London Waterloo and via our Online Learning and Online Classroom Live facility.
Colleagues from Kings College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust and North Middlesex Hospital NHS Foundation Trust attended to support the approval event and students from their respective organisations will attend the programme from October 2015.
Professor Lynne Gell, Director of Nursing & Healthcare Education at BPP University School of Health, said: “The portfolio of nursing programmes and awards continues to flourish within the School of Health and this approval can only further endorse the quality of our work for registered practitioners.”
For more information about the courses, email Donna Doherty, BPP University School of Health Programme Leader, on: firstname.lastname@example.org.