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End Point Assessment – Advanced Practice

The national apprenticeship pathway requires all students to complete an End Point Assessment module in Year 3.

The aim of this module is to provide independent synoptic assessment of the knowledge, skills and behaviours of the apprenticeship standard.

The assessment will deliver a valid, reliable and independent judgement that the apprentice has achieved the required standard in order to be awarded the Integrated Degree Apprenticeship for Advanced Clinical Practitioner at Level 7.

Learning outcomes

  • Synthesis of learning in the four pillars of advanced practice from taught modules and clinical practice.
  • Ability to articulate and present theory related to the pillars of advanced practice and apply to real life clinical scenarios experienced by the student.

Key facts

Contact:

Cheryl Grantham/ Eva Mussio/ Claire Runaghan

Duration:

6 hours of tutorials to guide students in preparing for the End Point Assessment and 194 hours of self-directed work-based learning.

Credits: 20

Module code: TBC

Assessment:

  • Open book examination
  • Presentation of Practice (this includes a 1500-word clinical practice change report and oral presentation

Available on the following course:

Apprenticeship Advanced Clinical Practice

Apprenticeship Advanced Clinical Practice (Critical Care)


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