IIHS Sri Lanka, in Partnership with Coventry University UK is very proud to offer IIHS Access, a revolution in access in nursing education. These certificate-level nursing courses have been developed in partnership with the UK’s Coventry University and are delivered in a flexible, cloud-learning environment. Courses are designed so that each candidate can plan their study around personal and professional commitments, whilst striving to develop specialist knowledge in nursing fields.
This course is intended for candidates who wish to obtain an Internationally Recognized academic qualification from Coventry University for Continuing Professional Development. All programs are at FHEQ Level 4 and are 40 credit courses. Each course is delivered over 8 months part-time. It is expected that candidates will spend at least 10-12 hours per week on their selected course. Each course has a set requirement of 120 hours of clinical placement.
Continuing professional development (CPD) is “the holistic commitment of professionals towards the enhancement of personal skills and proficiency throughout their careers.” CPD takes many forms: work-based learning, a professional activity, formal education, or self-directed learning. But, with IIHS Access, it’s never been so integrated and accessible for students from around the region.
All teaching-learning activities are on the Learner Management System (LMS) which facilitates mobile-based learning as well. Candidates will engage in student-teacher interactions, as well as collaborative learning through group activities and discussion forums.
Formative assessment is a range of formal and informal assessment procedures used by teachers during the learning process so they can modify teaching and learning activities to improve pupil attainment. Formative assessments comprise:
IIHS Access/Continuing Professional Development Courses are offered in 3 intakes per academic year- January, May, and September.
Candidates will be enabled to develop their clinical and academic skills in a specialist area of their choice. The courses have a set requirement of 120 hours of clinical placement