All e-Learning courses start on the 1st October 2015.
New students and those returning to study the Postgraduate Diploma or MSc are invited to complete the Online Enrolment process. Enrolment instructions will be sent to all students. Enrolment must be completed before you can commence the e-learning course.
Further details about on-line enrolment can be found here
Following enrolment you will be prompted to select your modules and confirm your programme of study. This is also an on-line task. Please note that you should select all of the compulsory modules.After the start date you will be able to access the on-line course system via Learning Central. Learning Central can be accessed via this link:http://learningcentral.cf.ac.uk
Full details on accessing the course will be sent to each participant prior to the start date.
The induction programme for new students on the e-learning Postgraduate Certificate course takes place on-line. Students should complete the normal on-line university enrolment (details above), and can then begin accessing the course induction from the 1st October 2015. The course commences with an induction module, providing an introduction to the e-learning system and the medical education subject area.
The course timetable will be published prior to the course start date.
The following modules make up the PG Certificate course:Induction ModuleLearning and Teaching in Clinical EducationEducational Media & TechnologiesAssessing LearningPeer Review of Teaching
Students should complete the normal on-line university enrolment (details above), and can then begin accessing the course from the 1st October 2015.
The following modules make up the PG Diploma course:Evaluating CoursesResearch SkillsContemporary IssuesPractical Teaching Portfolio
Students should complete the normal on-line university enrolment (details above), and can then begin accessing the course from the 1st October 2015. The dissertation module makes up the entire year of the MSc course. The on-line module contains induction information and commences with the creation of a dissertation proposal.
The deadline for dissertation submission is 1st July 2016.
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