On this page you will find information about Practice Assessment documentation approved for use on the Learning Disability Nursing and Social Work programme.
Practice Placement Learning Outcomes
You will find the learning outcomes that students are expected to meet in practice placement learning settings in the Assessment of Practice documentation.
Assessment of Practice
Assessment on the BSc Learning Disability Nursing and Social Work (ICC) course will be based on the MYEPAD and PebblePad platforms. The MYEPAD includes nursing and social work assessment of practice documentation.
The PAN-Midlands, Yorkshire and East Practice Learning Group (MYEPLG) website is an emerging resource of information hosting the regional work on the implementation of the Practice Supervisor and Practice Assessor roles, the PAN MYEPAD and the Academic Assessor role. See a demonstration copy of the MYEPAD Practice Assessment Document
PebbleHelp provides links to help and advice for PebblePad users and for all MYEPAD users. We also have a dedicated email address which you can use to ask for support or to request a demonstration view of the MYEPAD Practice Assessment Document: firstname.lastname@example.org
- If you are a Practice Assessor, you will need a MYEPAD account. If you need to set up your MYEPAD account, please contact your Education Lead or Link Lecturer for advice
- If you are a Practice Supervisor please access MYEPAD via your student's PebblePocket app
For further advice, please contact Sarah Burns.
NMC Standards for Student Supervision and Assessment
This document explains the Nursing and Midwifery Council's requirements for the supervision and assessment of student nurses
Social Work England Practice Placements Guidance
This link takes you to Social Work England's guidance on Practice Placements attended by student social workers.
Process for Managing a Student who is not Progressing, including Refer and Failure of Placement Attempt
Please find guidance below on the process that will be followed if a student is not progressing in practice as expected: