Workplace Learning In Health And Social Care: A Student'S Guide: A Student's Guide

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McGraw-Hill Education (UK), Feb 1, 2011 - Medical - 160 pages
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This book introduces and explores the concept and realities of learning at and for work in a 'how to' style and is designed to help students make the most of their work based learning experience.
 

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Contents

PART 1 Introducing work based learning
1
1 What is work based learning?
3
2 How does learning happen in the workplace?
12
3 How does your learning style affect your ability to learn in the workplace?
22
PART 2 How do you demonstrate learning in the workplace?
37
4 How does reflection help to support workplace learning?
39
5 How do you develop as a reflective learner?
56
6 How do you use learning contracts and action plans to demonstrate learning in the workplace?
74
7 How do you use Personal Development Plans to demonstrate learning in the workplace?
84
PART 3 The benefits and challenges of learning in the workplace and future career development planning
101
8 What are the benefits and challenges of work based learning for your employer?
103
9 Career planning for the future
112
Glossary
127
Adverts
131
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About the author (2011)

Carolyn Jackson is Head of Department for Nursing and Applied Clinical Studies in the Faculty of Health and Social Care at Canterbury Christ Church University, UK.

Claire Thurgate is Programme Director for Foundation Degrees in the Faculty of Health and Social Care at Canterbury Christ Church University, UK.

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