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Workplace Coaching

Location: 
Ipswich
Institution code: 
S82
Duration: 

One semester

Introduction

In today’s healthcare settings, it is vital that practitioners are equipped to provide creative solutions to work-based problems. The key aims of the module are to explore a range of methods of managing different situations and difficulties with colleagues in the work place. It is recognised that each student will have personal and professional experiences that can be analysed and enhanced through engagement with modular content.

Students will be able to consider the selection, implementation and evaluation of a range of strategies and tactics that can be used with individuals to resolve issues of immediacy as well as a consideration of longer-term development. Whist there is a focus to developing work-based coaching abilities this must be placed within the wider context of enabling learning in the work place.

Aims of the Module

To explore the concepts, principles and theories of work place coaching.

As individuals, to evaluate current approach to managing development of others’ in the work place.

To enable practitioners to critically review and embrace strategies and tactics that can be used to promote performance enhancement in self and others.

 

Dates of attendance:

Will be confirmed soon.

Please note it is your responsibility to check module dates prior to commencing your studies. The correct dates can be found by following the relevant module page. 

 

For further details about this course and to apply please contact the Module Leaders:

Please note it is your responsibility to check module dates prior to commencing your studies. The correct dates can be found by following the relevant module page.

Should you require any academic advice about this module please contact the Course Leader/Module Leader:

Rachel Heathershaw

r.heathershaw2@uos.ac.uk

01473 338436

Course modules

Student Hours

  • 200 total student hours
  • 30 contact hours
  • 3 hours academic tutorials
  • 167 hours self directed study

Assessment

Summative

4000 words essay  weighting 100% 

Full downloadable information regarding all University of Suffolk courses, including Key Facts, Course Aims, Course Structure and Assessment, is available in the Definitive Course Record.

Staff

Associate Professor in Diagnostic Radiography

Lecturer in Community and District Nursing