Manchester Metropolitan University

Contraception, Reproduction and Sexual Health 2 (Practice) [CRASH 2] FREE places available for Practice Nurses in NW

Key info

Award

10 credits at level 5, 6, 7

Overview

The Academic Lead for this unit is Donna Davenport

FREE PLACES ARE AVAILABLE FOR ANY PRACTICE NURSE WITHIN THE NORTH WEST OF ENGLAND THROUGH PRIMARY CARE WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT FUNDING - PLEASE COMPLETE THE PCWD APPLICATION ROUTE BELOW.

The overall aim of this unit is to develop the practitioner’s knowledge and understanding and application of the principles underpinning sexual health work within the context of fertility control and health protection.

What you will study

Clinical history taking, Fertility and fertility control. Application of evidence based practice. Respecting client choice and the practitioner/client relationship. Health protection. Well person screening. Administration of products using patient group directives. The client as a service user. Issues of quality, safety and clinical governance. Application of the theory of fertility control.

Study requirements

Students must undertake a negotiated, supervised practice placement of 36 hours.

Fees and funding

Students may be funded by an employer, a sponsor, or by the CPD SLA from Health Education North West.

Application Methods

Please select your application route.

Sponsored Applicants

If a sponsor has agreed to fund your studies, please follow the process below to apply.

  1. Programme or Modular?

    With MMU, you can choose to take units either modularly or as part of a programme of study.

    Modular study allows you to take one-off units and collect academic credits that you may, where allowable, count towards a future academic award, either at MMU or another university.

    Programme-based study means you pursue a particular award and study units applicable to that award. You can read about MMU's programmes of study in our prospectus.

  2. Application Form

    Once you have decided whether to apply for a programme or modular study, complete and return an MMU Application Form. You do not need to state at this stage who will fund the course, but you may wish to confirm with your sponsor that they still intend to fund you.

    On receipt, your application will be passed to the academic course leader for consideration. MMU will notify you of the outcome as soon as possible.

  3. Enrolment

    If your application has been successful, you will receive an invitation to enrol. At this stage you will need to present confirmation of your funding. This should take the form of a funding letter from your sponsor, printed on company headed letter paper. The confirmation should include your details, the course(s) for which your sponsor will fund you, the dates of the courses and the full fee amount that will be sponsored. The letter should be signed by an authorised signatory.

Self-funding Applicants

If you plan to fund your own studies, please follow the instructions below:

  1. Programme or Modular?

    With MMU, you can choose to take units either modularly or as part of a programme of study.

    Modular study allows you to take one-off units and collect academic credits that you may, where allowable, count towards a future academic award, either at MMU or another university.

    Programme-based study means you pursue a particular award and study units applicable to that award. You can read about MMU's programmes of study in our prospectus.

  2. Application Form

    Once you have decided whether to apply for a programme or modular study, complete and return an MMU Application Form

    On receipt, your application will be passed to the academic course leader for consideration. MMU will notify you of the outcome as soon as possible.

  3. Enrolment

    If your application has been successful, you will receive an invitation to enrol. At this stage you will be able to choose how you will pay your fees - a number of payment options are available.

NHS Cash Allocation Applications

If your studies will be funded by NHS Cash Allocation please complete this application form. You will need your manager’s approval and full invoice details. Your manager will need to send the completed application form to cpd.hpsc@mmu.ac.uk from an NHS email account

PCWD Funding for Practice Nurses – FREE places

FREE places are available on this course through Primary Care Workforce Development funding. To apply for this funding and a place on the course please complete this application form and forward to cpd.hpsc@mmu.ac.uk from your manager’s email (must be an NHS email address).

Expression of Interest

If you are interested in this course, please contact us. We will notify you when we have the next available date.

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