Pre-registration AHP student practice-based learning programme - celebration webinar - Monday 21 June 2021, 1pm – 2.30pm
Join us on our webinar to celebrate and share gold standard innovation in TECS, simulation, non-clinical examples of practice based learning.
Presenters will be from HCPC and HEI’s in addition to the HEE team. We will highlight some projects, share models and best practises which are leading the way.
The webinar is celebration and thanks to everyone for their willingness to adapt quickly to a changing world and embracing the opportunity to lead the way with innovative projects, the webinar will shine a light on the power of the AHP workforce and amazing achievements across health and social care.
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Pre-Registration AHP Student Practice Learning Programme: Non-clinical Placements Webinar - Thursday 10 December 2020, 12pm
Student placement expansion and innovation webinar - Friday 7 August 2020, 10am
Placement quick wins webinar 3: What are 'on site clinics' and how can we use them to our advantage - Thursday 16 July 2020, 4.30pm
Placement quick wins webinar 2: What are 'role merging placements' and how can we use them to our advantage? - Wednesday 15 July 2020, 4.30pm
What are ‘alternative models’ of student supervision and how can we use them to our advantage? - Tuesday 14 July 2020
Rapid Expansion of AHP placements: Simulation and Technology Enabled Care Services (TECS) webinar - Tuesday 7 July, 9 am - 12 noon
This guide details the possibilities and benefits of offering PBL in leadership for AHP students. It includes key examples that we hope will be helpful in enabling you to host leadership PBL for AHP students, to achieve their learning outcomes and enhance their professional skills and employability.
A new Technology Enabled Care Services (TECS) toolkit for students, educators and universities has been developed by Health Education England e-Learning for Healthcare (HEE e-LfH) and the University of Winchester. It offers a framework to prepare, supervise and evaluate students’ practice learning opportunities in a TECS environment.
The toolkit has been developed in response to the COVID-19 pandemic with students now undertaking some placements online. It aims to support creativity and innovation while providing a structure in the way TECS placements are offered to ensure patient safety and appropriate practice learning.
An overview of three aspects of TECS are available within the toolkit:
- section 1 gives an overview of how students, educators and universities best prepare for TECS placements, including some practical tools
- section 2 discusses student supervision, the various methods of teaching students and record keeping in a virtual environment
- section 3 introduces an audit and quality assurance framework to formally assess student TECS placements, evaluate and improve virtual placements in a systematic way
The TECS toolkit is aimed at students, educators and universities across all allied health professions. For more information and to access the toolkit, visit the TECS Practice Learning Toolkit.
This guide is for educators and students who need to self-isolate and are therefore unable to attend in-person practice learning. It should be used to prepare and support educators, practice learning providers and students to continue their practice learning, to achieve learning outcomes and enhance professional skills and employability. The ideas may form an entire practice learning opportunity or may be used where a period of self-isolation is required during a placement.
This guide is for educators and students who already provide TECS or are considering ways of introducing innovative learning experiences to accommodate social distancing or students who are self-isolating. It should be used to prepare and support educators, practice learning providers and students to continue their practice learning, to achieve learning outcomes and enhance professional skills and employability.
Additionally, the guide provides some solutions to information governance challenges to enable AHP students to safely access and effectively utilise TECS practice-based learning. These may form an entire practice-based learning experience or used for a discrete period of self-isolation during practice learning. The ideas presented below bring together ideas and suggestions that have been tried and tested by AHP teams across the country. As research evidence emerges and more experience becomes available this guide will be updated to reflect this new thinking.
Resources from the TECS Guide:
- A Student Placement Model for Speech and Language Therapy Students in The Rotherham NHS Foundation Trust (PDF)- this is not accessible to all and is for printing purposes only.
- A Student Placement Model for Speech and Language Therapy Students in The Rotherham NHS Foundation Trust (Accessible Word Version)
- SystmOne User Guide (PDF)
- Practice Based Learning Case Study: Dietetics
- Practice Based Learning Case Study: A flexible approach to placements
- Practice Based Learning Case Study: Virtual Simulated Placements
- Aisha Ali Din's blog in which she shares her thoughts about her 10-week placement with HEE
- Luke Bartlett's blog in which he shares his experience during his eight-week leadership practice-based learning opportunity with HEE
- Rachel Hart's blog in which she shares her thoughts on her 10-week non-clinical practice based learning opportunity with HEE
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