The module will allow delegates to explore the issues associated with person-centredness and valuing individuality. Through the exploration of self-awareness it will allow delegates to analyse the role their own personal values and beliefs, along with their self-esteem and motivation, can play in their ability to provide a person-centred approach to the interactions they have with others. This may be in a personal or professional situation. The module will explore what key elements of communication can enhance the delivery of person-centred services and help promote a values-based approach to these.
The module will also examine the elements of physical, cognitive and social development across the lifespan and how these relate to an individual's engagement with and experience of services. This aspect is supported by the NHS Education for Scotland Spiritual Care Matters resource.
The module will also provide delegates with relevant experiential learning. This will allow them to develop a greater understanding of the challenges that can be faced by people and in particular related to hearing, sight and memory impairment, mobility and manual dexterity difficulties. This experience will provide delegates with emotional intelligence of the challenges individuals can be faced with which will help in their understanding of the importance of person-centredness.
This is a Bachelors (SCQF Level 8) module and upon successful completion, delegates will be awarded 20 credits.
This module comes from our BA (Hons) Integrated Health and Social Care Degree programme. You can find out more about the full programme here.
Course Delivery and Assessment
This module will be delivered entirely online through a combination of self-paced study and live sessions with UWS teaching staff. Course materials will be accessible via our Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) and the course content will also be accessible online for a short time after the module has been delivered, allowing delegates to revisit aspects of teaching. A detailed timetable for the module will be available prior to course commencement.
Delegates are required to complete a written assessment at the end of the module to demonstrate their understanding. Information about the assessment methods and deadlines will be made available to students soon after teaching begins.
Funding for this module may be available via the UWS Upskilling Fund. The UWS Upskilling Fund is a budget for delivering training to Scottish industry sectors, provided and moderated by the Scottish Funding Council. To receive this funding, delegates must reside in Scotland or, work for an organisation operating (with a business address) in Scotland. If you are successful in obtaining funding a registration fee of £50 will apply only (the full module fee is £305) and you will be provided with a discount code to use at check-out upon application.
If you would like to find out more about this course, Upskilling Fund eligibility or register your interest, please get in touch with our dedicated CPD team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For this module, it is recommended that delegates have the following or equivalent qualifications:
In place of these qualifications, a delegate should have extensive demonstratable experience in the field of integrated practice and social care.