Introduction to Clinical Teaching for Registered Nurses
Level 7

CTN701 Introduction to Clinical Teaching for Registered Nurses

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  • Course code


  • Locations and dates


    8 September 2022


    7 September 2022
  • Fees

    Tuition: 201.00
    Student levy: 2.00
  • Credits


To assist Registered Nurses to facilitate an effective learning environment for students in health care settings.

NMIT works in collaboration with Nelson Marlborough Health, Non Government Organisations (NGOs) and Public Health Organisations (PHOs).

If you work for these organisations, this short course is fees free. Identification maybe required if it isn't clear from your application for whom you work.

Learning Outcomes

On successful completion of this course, you will be able to:

  1. Evaluate learning needs for students in a clinical learning environment.
  2. Critique and evaluate teaching and learning strategies applicable in clinical situations.
  3. Facilitate student learning to link theory to practice.
  4. Evaluate a range of techniques for providing feedback to students in relation to their clinical practice.
  5. Apply evidence-based practice to support student teaching and learning.

Indicative curriculum

  • Reflection on nursing education
  • Future workforce trends and educational developments
  • Principles of adult teaching
  • Principles of assessment and workplace assessment processes
  • Facilitating learning in the workplace
  • Critique of current learning and teaching strategies

Learning activities

  • Discussion
  • Role play / group work
  • Reflective practice
  • Self-directed learning
  • Use of evidence based practice to inform teaching and learning strategies.

Download Clinical Teaching Applicant Declaration form [PDF, 161 KB]

Contact or 539 3399 for more assistance.

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