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PGCert Work-Based Learning

Different course options

Study mode

Part time


3 months

Start date


Key information

Qualification type

Postgraduate Certificate

Subject areas

Health Studies Caring Skills

Course type


Course Summary


CIPPET offers educational training modules to support and develop registered healthcare professionals in their practice.

This 20-credit module is aimed at working healthcare professionals who can underpin their workplace-based learning with a professional portfolio of evidence. The portfolio will support practitioners to reflect on their experiences and, as such, can be mapped to a competency framework of their choice.

Upcoming cohort enrolment options

As this module does not involve study days with other practitioners, there are usually opportunities to enrol throughout the year.

Applicants for this module will be enrolled on the overarching CPD programme in Advancing Healthcare Practice, then enrolled on the individual modules.


Our programmes will develop your professional competence and confidence. They offer the opportunity to network with other healthcare professionals from a range of employers and sectors to identify future career options.

We also offer advice to help you meet your professional regulator revalidation requirements and/or leadership body credentialing processes and support you in building a personal learning plan to enhance your career prospects.

The Level 7 academic credits from these modules can also be used towards our MSc Advancing Healthcare Practice.

Tuition fees

UK fees
Course fees for UK students

For this course (overall cost)


International fees
Course fees for EU and international students

To be confirmed

Entry requirements

You are required to have: an undergraduate honours degree in the first- or second-class range, or international equivalent, in a relevant healthcare subject, a current role working in, or sufficiently linked to, healthcare in the United Kingdom, evidence of being able to study at level 7 (master's level), the ability to meet any module specific entry requirements (e.g. Independent Prescribing); you will need to meet these requirements to be eligible to study these modules, a minimum of one year of relevant work experience, or sufficient evidence of how you will be supported if you do not have this existing workplace-based experience (this does not apply to modules that are designed to be studied in the first year of qualified practice), a discussion with the admissions tutor prior to submitting an application if you wish to have previous academic credits recognised.