Learning Beyond Registration
Post Registration Programmes and Modules for Continued Professional Development
At De Montfort University (DMU) we offer a wide range of programmes at both undergraduate and postgraduate level. Our provision is designed to enable students to achieve their maximum potential and provide opportunities to enhance and develop skills and knowledge in health and social care.
Provision to study is offered in a variety of ways with full time, part time, distance learning and taught options. Flexibility is key within our provision and our modules are designed to fit around your professional career. You can choose from a wide range of programmes and modules designed to meet the needs of nurses midwives and allied health professionals.
This provision has been developed through the University's partnerships with the East Midlands Local Education Training Board (LETB) and colleagues from a wide range of specialities within the acute, primary care and independent healthcare sectors.
Applicants can opt for stand-alone modules for their continuing professional development or choose from a range of part-time healthcare undergraduate and postgraduate programmes.
All programmes and modules have been designed for qualified and experienced healthcare registrants.
For further information on programmes or modules please contact the programme leader.
To all enrolled students:
Please check the list| for the room location for the first session of the module you have applied for in Semester 1 2013.14
Are you looking to develop your healthcare career? Our open days are an opportunity to discuss your professional development needs with a our Learning Beyond Registration (LBR) team.
For any further information please contact our LBR Admissions Team on:
T:+44 (0)116 257 7700
Find out more about what undergraduate Learning Beyond Registration modules and postgraduate Learning Beyond Registration modules we offer.
For more information about applying and downloading an application form please click here|
Accreditation of Prior Learning
Most practitioners have a wealth of experience and may have undertaken short courses or modules of study as part of their continuing professional development.
Accreditation of Prior Learning (APL) is a process that enables you to gain credits for this learning which may count towards your academic studies.
Each applicant is considered on an individual basis.
There are two ways of achieving APL:
Accreditation of Prior Certificated Learning (APCL)
This process enables you to transfer of credits from another University into your Award at De Montfort University. The credits need to be relevant to your programme of study and must not have already been used as part of an exit Award for a previous degree. You will need to demonstrate that the knowledge is still current.
Accreditation of Prior Experiential Learning (APEL)
This process enables you to get accreditation where learning, that is achieved outside of formal education or training systems, is assessed and if appropriate recognised for academic purposes.
For example, someone may have undertaken a non level 6 course (e.g. City & Guilds 730 teaching) but has subsequently built up their knowledge on this subject area following the course through experience, additional study sessions and personal reading and reflection, enabling them to put together a portfolio of evidence for assessment against a level 6 teaching module that is currently being delivered within the School.
If you think you have a case/credits that could be used for Accreditation of Prior Learning then please make an appointment via email only to see Deborah Dowsett, Programme Leader, and APL Lead for Post Registration
Booking is by appointment only, and APL Surgeries are usually held on the last Friday of every month.