This section contains the theoretical learning for clinical skills delivered by the Clinical Education Team.

These e-modules support provide the theoretical education, to support learners who are aiming to become competent in the relevant clinical skill. These online modules do not result in competence.

Competence is attained through supervised clinical practice and competence is assessed against the competency workbook for the relevant skill by your assigned Clinical Practice Educator or a Band 6 Nurse, Midwife or AHP who is competent in that skill themselves and has a Mentorship Course / Practice Assessors Course,


If there is prior evidence of competence, the learner will need to familiariser themselves with FH Policies and Guidelines related to the skill, and if deemed appropriate with the Clinical Practice Educator the clinical area, you may be signed off competent with a professional discussion of clinical practice instead.



 


This course follows blended approach to learning, and forms the basis of your knowledge for competence. Learners will need to complete the theoretical aspects of the course online first and then attend a face to face practical skills session. The online theoretical module does not make you competent. You must be either assessed by your Clinical Practice Educator (CPE) or a recognised Band 6 Assessor. If you have evidence of prior competence, assesment may be deemed appropriate as a professional discussion with your Clinical Practice Educator (CPE) or a recognised Band 6 Assessor instead.


This course follows blended approach to learning, and forms the basis of your knowledge for competence. Learners will need to complete the theoretical aspects of the course online first and then attend a face to face practical skills session. The online theoretical module does not make you competent. You must be either assessed by your Clinical Practice Educator (CPE) or a recognised Band 6 Assessor. If you have evidence of prior competence, assesment may be deemed appropriate as a professional discussion with your Clinical Practice Educator (CPE) or a recognised Band 6 Assessor instead.