Clinical Teaching Certificate – Distance Learning

The Clinical Teaching Certificate is designed to prepare licensed nurse professionals who demonstrate an interest in teaching students in the clinical setting. This course provides the necessary knowledge to prepare you for the role of clinical teacher in a nursing education program.

Program

The Clinical Teaching Certificate Program is delivered online via distance learning, which includes four (4) self-learning modules. Students will be expected to engage with the content and complete various activities to demonstrate your understanding. Students have the opportunity to complete the course at their own pace within a six (6) month period.

Module 1 – Introduction: will introduce you to the concept of clinical teaching in general, and models of clinical teaching.

Module 2 – Clinical Teaching: will provide you with the knowledge and skills to teach students in the clinical setting.

Module 3 – Evaluation: will prepare you to appropriately evaluate students’ progression through, and completion of a clinical course.

Module 4 – Legal Ethical Issues: will address selected legal and ethical issues that will guide your practice as a clinical teacher.

Program offering

This program is offered throughout the year.

Application

If you are interested in completing this program, please complete the Clinical teaching- Distance Learning Registration Form.

Please note the Registrar’s Office is available to the public by appointment only. To request an appointment please email catherine.e.rice@mun.ca.

For inquiries and further information, please contact:

Catherine Rice
Centre for Nursing Studies -Continuing Nursing Studies
Southcott Hall, 100 Forest Rd.
St. John’s, NL A1A 1E5
Telephone: 709-777-8174
Toll Free: 1-888-290-6272
Fax: 709-777-8176
E-mail: Catherine.e.rice@mun.ca

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Last updated: 2024-02-27