Postgraduate Diploma/MSc in Professional Practice (Dementia Care)
To achieve this award students must attain 60 credits of compulsory modules and 60 credits of option modules. Those wishing to exit with an MSc will also complete a 60 credit Dissertation module.
Modules studied with Dementia Care Matters eligible for 30 credits include:
• Diploma Level: Person Centred Dementia Care
• Diploma Level: Developing Dementia Care Training / Coaching Skills that really works
• Diplomal Level: Leadership Matters in Dementia Care
MSc in Professional Practice (Dementia Care) – University of Surrey
A pathway of learning is available to enable specialist workers in dementia care to enhance their practice with people living with a dementia and their family carers. An attractive feature of the pathway is that it is strongly practice orientated and draws on student’s professional experience and expertise to help them develop effective strategies and interventions. The pathway offers a flexible approach to learning that can fit with the working life of most people using modules delivered by both Dementia Care Matters and University of Surrey.
University of Surrey provides a MSc where participants are able to build a portfolio of attendance on Dementia Care Matters courses which are eligible for CAT points towards these higher degree programmes. Interested participants would also need to combine attendance on Dementia Care Matters courses with some short attendance on university modules.
MSc Professional Practice: http://www.surrey.ac.uk/postgraduate/taught/professionalpractice/index.htm
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