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The Advanced Clinical Practitioner apprenticeship programme facilitates the development and progression of experienced healthcare professionals working at the leading edge of their specialty, developing knowledge and skills in leadership, critical decision making, clinical expertise and research which can be used to influence service provision.
The apprenticeship is aligned with Health Education England's Multi-professional Framework, and enables experienced clinicians to grow their expertise across the key four pillars of advanced practice: clinical practice, leadership and management, education and research. On completion successful graduates will gain a master's degree (MSc) in Advanced Clinical Practice.
The course runs for 36 months. Apprentices attend the University for the equivalent of one day a week and combine classroom study with their job role. On completion of the master's degree, apprentices are entered for the end point assessment.
Compulsory Dissertation - 50 credits at level 7 involving the design and management of a small research project relevant to the apprentice's professional practice and central to the learning of the Masters programme.
On successful completion of the modules above and the required work-based practice, the apprentice will complete the integrated End Point Assessment (EPA) module. The EPA comprises:
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