Bsc (Hons) Nursing – Child Pathway

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D. Graduate skills
On completion of the programme the successful student will be able to demonstrate a range of graduate skills including:

  1. Communication

  2. Teamwork

  3. Personal and career development

  4. Effective learning

  5. Information technology

  6. Numeracy

Teaching/learning methods

Students have a structured approach to the development of graduate, transferable and employability skills throughout their programme, with these skills embedded in the modules across Year 1 of the programme and explicit modules in the form of: NIP 2203 (Approaches to Health and Social Care Research) and NIP 3330 (Dissertation module).

These skills are also applied and developed progressively through the remaining modules and clinical practice.

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