Leading and Managing Teaching, Learning and Assessment in Practice - Mentor Module Level 7

BPP University School of Health offers this Level 7 Module for Practitioners who are Post Graduate and may wish to accrue 30 credits towards a Masters Programme of study.

This module is applicable to all Registered Health and Social Care Practitioners, as well as Non Clinical Leaders / Managers, which will include Doctors, Physiotherapists, Midwives, Nurses, Operating Department Practitioner’s, who supervise students before and after Registration / Qualification.

The Leading and Managing Teaching, Learning and Assessment in Practice - Mentor Module Level 7 degree is awarded by BPP University.

Programme details

London Waterloo and business locations

Start dates

September, January and May 

Length of programme

20 weeks

Modes of study

Classroom and online


Assessment record, session planning and
evaluation document, Report, Viva

How to apply

To apply online, please apply direct or for more information request a call back


Key Information

  • The module is mapped to The NMC (Nursing and Midwifery Council) Standards (2008)
  • The design of the module uses feedback from practice colleagues and senior managers
  • If you study this module online, you will partake in seminars delivered through a fully interactive, online classroom
  • We offer a flexible approach to learning with online and study support
  • You will enhance your professional practice and standards of patient care

Programme detail

The module ensures that as a practitioner you have an understanding of the knowledge, the skills and the attitude to be a competent leader, manager and facilitator of teaching, learning and assessment in practice.

You will complete one 30-credit module.

Flexible study options

You will benefit from a blended learning approach including ten lectures and five seminars. Study materials will be available online. You will be expected to reflect upon your own experiences and engage in pre-arranged discussion sessions with your tutorial group via discussion board.

How you will be assessed

Your assessment for the module requires you to demonstrate your development as a mentor both in theory and practice. To achieve a pass you must address all of the Learning Outcomes in theory and practice. You will have a named mentor / assessor in practice.

During the module, you must work as a mentor with a learner. This may be a Health Care Support Worker, a nursing student, junior member of staff or a newly qualified practitioner. Part of your assessment is the mentorship process and you should mentor a learner / individual for at least four weeks.

The Mentor Module uses a range of assessment methods designed to test specific skills and learning outcomes achieved during the module of study. These include:

  • Assessments
  • Planning and evaluation
  • Reports


  • Leading and Managing Teaching, Learning and Assessment in Practice (Mentor Module) 30 credits


Students wishing to study this module will require:

• Completed a first degree OR;

• Completed a Postgraduate Diploma in Nursing; OR

• Completed a first professional qualification with evidence of CPD completed at Level 6, which will be considered at the discretion of the programme leader; AND

• An up-to-date DBS and OH clearance

You must have:

• A current professional nursing qualification

• Registration with the Nursing and Midwifery Council for at least one year


Paying for your course

Fees for the Leading and Managing Teaching, Learning and Assessment in Practice - Mentor Module Level 7 are £895.

A deposit of £250 will need to be paid within 48 hours of accepting your offer, in order to secure your place.

Additional charges

In addition to your programme fees, there may be additional charges associated with your studies, which include:

Resit fees for assessments £75
Resit fees to repeat a 15 credit module £400
Resit fees to repeat a 20 credit module £530
Resit fees to repeat a 30 credit module £800
Resit practical assessment fee £100
Resit clinical assessment fee £250