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This module is designed to develop students’ skills in managing people in a complex work environment of constant change and high levels of stress. Students will have the opportunity to examine relevant theory and models of practice associated with performance management.
This module is designed for students to be able to examine the philosophical basis of research and evaluate the different research methods used in social work, health and social science.
This 20 credit postgraduate level module is delivered by blended learning, meaning that students spend four days in the same classroom which is complemented by additional online learning activity by way of tutorials and group support.
This module is designed to provide students with the opportunity to understand and evaluate the role of the manager as a leader of change. The module examines human responses to change and enables students to develop strategies for the appropriate managing of people through change processes.
This module aims to prepare Health and Social Care practitioners for their role as mentors in the learning environment. Practitioners will gain valuable knowledge and competence required to fulfil the mentor role effectively.
Social and therapeutic horticulture is the purposeful use of horticultural activities to promote health and well being and facilitate social inclusion. This course is designed to offer people, usually with a background in horticulture or therapy, the opportunity to develop skills in social and therapeutic horticulture, and to reflect on, review and refine current practice.
This undergraduate level module is delivered through blended learning, meaning that students spend 4 days in the same classroom which is complemented by additional online learning activity by way of tutorials and group support.