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This module enables students to gain recognition and academic credit for learning gained through professional practice or employment. Students develop a work-based learning contract which specifies the learning outcomes to be achieved, the learning activities, resources required, and the evidence of achievement which will be assessed. The contract is negotiated between the student, the student's manager or workplace and a tutor from the School of Health and Social Care. Learning support is provided by a tutor and a work-based facilitator.

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Work Based Learning 3: Complex Care Delivery 06/08/2020 10:42:02