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Course

Nursing & Midwifery Skills Developments

Time limit: 180 days
60 credits

£4,000 Enroll

Full course description

INTRODUCTION

AHRO University is dedicated to the development of well-educated and highly skilled professional nurses and midwives to support the world healthcare system and continues to assist in addressing the human resource needs of world’s health services.

This course prepares the learner to professionally provide care that meets health needs of the individual, family, and community. It will also boost the learners’ knowledge about how to deal with different nursing / midwifery situations in an ethical manner and within limits of the law.

TARGET GROUP

To be admitted in this programme, a candidate must be a registered nurse or midwife who completed Advanced Diploma or bachelor’s degree from a recognized nursing or midwifery institution.

 

COURSE CONTENT

Module 1: Review on Fundamentals of Nursing and Midwifery

Module 2: Advanced Nursing techniques 1

Module 3: Review of Advanced Nursing Techniques 2

Module 4: Health Services Management

Module 5: Use of clinical data

 

                                                                 

TEACHING LEARNING METHODS

This program will run for the duration of 6 months (180 days) with different modes of delivery like online/ on-site interactive sessions, discussions, seminars and workshops, ICT laboratories, individual and group work, case studies, and clinical placements (which is considered as an essential aspect of the program).

EVALUATION

The course will be assessed using the table below:

ASSESSMENT

WEIGHTAGE

Formative Assessment

30%

Summative Assessment

60%

Attendance

10%

Total

100%

 

AWARD

Based on the guidelines from the International Council of Nursing (ICN), the awards are credit-based. Therefore, upon completion of the required competences and skills, successful learners will be awarded a Diploma certificate in Nursing or Midwifery accompanied by a Continuing Professional Development (CPD) certificate.