UC’s Postgraduate Certificate in Clinical Teaching (PGCertCT) is designed for health professionals who are responsible for supervising, coaching, and supporting learning in clinical learning environments in a range healthcare settings. Participants develop the skills to become competent clinical educators, establish an identity, and gain leadership skills as a clinical supervisor both within their own profession and as a member of an interprofessional team.
The qualification is structured to ensure participants gain the skills required to undertake preparatory work towards a research or educational project grounded in practice. It will introduce participants to the wider community and networks of health professional educators in Australasia and the extensive literature in this field.
The programme is delivered in consultation with local District Health Boards and regional education providers.
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The PGCertCT includes the following three courses:
- HLTH 415 Designing and Managing Learning and Supervision in a Health Care Setting
- HLTH 416 Issues and Processes in Learning and Supervision in a Health Care Setting
- HLTH 417 Education Proposal for a Health Context
- HLTH 415 and HLTH 416 are designed for flexibility and to accommodate those working in busy clinical environments, including rural. Each course includes an online component; two 2-day intensive workshops, and a workplace supervision meeting (face-to-face or Skype).
- HLTH 417 is self-directed and designed to be undertaken within and around participants work environment and contribute to both personal learning goals and the goals of their organisation. This may be taken as a group project by teams that work together, particularly in an interprofessional context.