(Solution) NB30130-Work Based Skills and Innovative Practice



NB30130-Work Based Skills and Innovative Practice 

Module aims

The module aims to provide students with the opportunity to gain academic credit through learning applied in a variety of settings. The module will enable students to identify their learning needs and negotiate learning to develop skills or strategies that aim to push boundaries and pioneer change in the workplace to improve effectiveness and outcomes in their organisations, This could include service users and / or carers, teams, customers, clients and /or themselves.

Module overview

On completion of the module students will be able to:

  • Knowledge and understanding
  • Identify and analyse their own learning needs in relation to the selected work based learning topic
    • Negotiate appropriate personal learning outcomes

    Subject specific practical and intellectual skills and attribute

    • Demonstrate understanding of the relationship between theory and their workplace practice.
    • Appraise relevant evidence and apply this learning to their workplace practice

    Transferable, employability and enterprise skills and attributes

    • Demonstrate the ability to work independently to meet deadlines
    • Develop real or potential solutions from research-based evidence to expand their own practice or service in clinical settings

    Assessment strategy

    NB30130-Work Based Skills and Innovative Practice

  • Negotiated assessmentThe assessment is negotiated and agreed between the student, academic supervisor and / or mentor and includes:
    • Formative assessment
      • Development of a learning contract, including negotiated personal learning outcomes and identification of appropriate learning strategies
    • Summative assessment
      • Portfolio will consist of 1000 words per 10 credits of learning. (Up to 6000 words for 60 credits)

    The portfolio should include:

    • Learning contract, including personal learning outcomes written to meet SCQF level 9
    • Reflection on learning and evaluation of the learning process.
    • Reflection on how achievement of the learning outcomes enhanced personal practice or service delivery.
    • The portfolio should be underpinned by relevant evidence