SLAiP Mentorship (Online) 6HW049

SLAiP Mentorship (Online) 6HW049

NMC registrants are required to provide their pin numbers so these can be verified against the NMC register.

To undertake the SLAiP Mentorship module you MUST have the support of a LIVE PRACTICE-BASED MENTOR who will be accountable for supporting, supervising and assessing you in your clinical practice area over the 12 weeks of the module.

This module aims to equip you with the skills to support learning and assessment in practice. It will contribute to your development of expertise as a mentor in recognising individuality, equality and diversity in order to address adverse issues in all aspects of teaching, learning and assessing encounters.

The module fosters personal and professional growth in preparation to exercise professional accountability using professional knowledge, judgement and skills to confirm whether learners have met agreed standards of proficiency and are fit to practice.

This is a blended learning option, you will be expected to attend the University on a minimum of three occasions the rest of your studies will be completed online. You must be confident in your computer skills and have access to a computer with Flash.


The dates below are the ones you need to attend University. 

 Module details 2017/18
Module code 6HW049
Pre- requisites NMC registration. 12 month experience post qualification (NMC requirement)
Credits 10 at level 6
Duration Semester 1 or 2
Module leader Mary Drozd
Tel 01902 518927



Semester 1 - Walsall

28.9.17, 23.11.17, 14.12.17

** Semester 1 Additional Sweep Up Launch Session Friday 6 October 2017 1pm - 4pm, WP023b **

 ** The midwifery workshop is  9am - 12 noon Tuesday 5th December 2017, Walsall Campus with Pak Hung **

Semester 2 - Walsall

25.1.18, 15.3.18, 26.4.18

** The midwifery workshop is 9am - 12 noon Thursday 19th April 2018,  Walsall campus with Pak Hung, Senior Lecturer, Midwifery **

Time 09.00 - 16.00 hrs
Campus Walsall

Price 2017/18 £282.51
Subject to a minimum number of confirmed students


Further information for applicants:


  • The stand alone module application process flow chart on the 'How to apply' page shows the stages you need to go through to become a fully enrolled student.
  • Prior to submitting your application, if you are being funded via your Trust, please ensure funding has been approved and you have submitted your relevant study leave documents.  Applications will only be approved once we have received confirmation from your trust education training department.  
  • Once your application has been approved, an offer will be sent to you via e-mail.  Please ensure you meet any conditions that apply to your offer to ensure your place on the course.   
  • Please take note of the campus you applied for and the dates and times for the sessions (as above)
  • Upon confirming your offer, please note that further information about the course/dates/times will not be provided as they are all listed above.
  • You are welcome to attend the Enrolment sessions that will be taking place. These are not compulsory but will make sure that you are fully enrolled prior to start your course.


PLEASE NOTE: After completing the application form you need to follow ALL instructions subsequently received from the University to ensure you are fully enrolled, can access course material, receive your results and enjoy your time at the University