This module comprises 50% theory and 50% clinical practice.
The theoretical component will include a week of learning activities associated with decision-making followed by interactive sessions that build into transition to becoming a practising midwife. You will be offered a 1-1 record-keeping audit by a Professional Midwifery Advocate to integrate you into the support process received as a qualified midwife.
You will be required to complete five caseload experiences throughout the third year. This will be introduced mid second year to allow time for planning and risk assessing. There is a risk assessment caseload document that needs completing per caseload. Each caseload will require a user feedback evaluation. This will be something that you will incorporate within a written reflection and add to your portfolio of evidence that will support future first post interviews.