Your Learning Plan

Please use the template provided (via the course site) to complete your Learning Plan. Your Learning Plan has three (3) parts: Part one:
Self Assessment (200 words); Part two: Setting Learning Objectives (500 words); Part three: Evidence Summary (200 words).

Please use this

website as reference to complete the Course Objectives Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia (NMBA (2005) RN

Competencies

http://www.nursingmidwiferyboard.gov.au/Codes-Guidelines-Statements/Codes-Guidelines.aspx

Assessment 1: Learning Plan

This

assessment focuses on your ability to develop a Learning Plan that is based upon the Course Objectives (CO4, CO5), the Nursing and Midwifery
Board of Australia (NMBA, 2005) National Competency Standards for the Registered Nurse (RN), and your identified learning needs. This
Learning Plan will form part of your professional ePortfolio, and you will build upon this throughout your Bachelor Program. Please use the
template provided to complete your Learning Plan.

 

Your Learning Plan has three (3) parts:

Part one: Self Assessment (200 words)

The first

step in the development of your Learning Plan is to review the Course Objectives and the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia NMBA
(2005) National Competency Standards for the RN. You will then need to reflect upon relevant knowledge, skills or experiences that you may
already have (areas of achievement) which relate to these. Consider what skills and knowledge you will need to develop (areas for
improvement) in orderto improve your abilities relating to the course objectives and the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia NMBA
(2005) RN competencies. An example ofthe Self Assessment has been provided, as a guide, and is available via the Course site.

Part two:

Setting Learning Objectives (500 words)

The next step in developing your Learning Plan is to set learning objectives. You will be provided

with two learning objectives and you are required to develop a furthertwo (2) personal objectives that you intend to achieve during this
course. Your personal objectives should relate directly to your self assessment and identified learning needs (part one), as well as the
course objectives and the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia NMBA (2005) National Competency Standards for the RN. You still need to
achieve all the Course Objectives, but this assessment is designed to show you howto plan your learning.

 

On the pages of your Learning

Plan relating to your Learning Objectives, you will need to provide the information shown in the table below:

Learning Objective Course

Objective(s) NMBA (2005) RN Competency Strategies and Resources and Learning Activities Evidence and

Submission Dates

What are you going to

learn? To which course objectives/ NMBA (2005) RN competencies does your learning objective relate? How do you plan to learn it? How will
you demonstrate your learning? What evidence will be included in your ePortfolio?

Writing sound learning objectives is a skill that takes

some practice, and you have been provided with the first two (2) objectives for this assessment activity, as a guide. You will need to
research additional information regarding your Community Placement Activity to complete the ‘strategies and resources and learning
activities’ section. Learning resources and weblinks can be located on the course site to assist you in the development of your Learning
Plan. An example ofthe Setting Learning Objectives has been provided, as a guide, and is available via the Course site.

Part three:

Evidence Summary (200 words)

The final part of your Learning Plan is the evidence summary. Please note that this reflective part ofthe

assessment will be completed afterthe Professional Placement time, when you conduct the Community Health Project, and feedback for Part 3
will be provided as part of Assessment Task 3 (ePortfolio).

To complete the evidence summary, you will need to reflect upon:

What have

learned in relation to your learning objectives?

Which learning strategies and resources worked well?

Which learning strategies and

resources did not work well, and what were the barriers?

What useful learning strategies and resources will be useful in future

practice?

An example of the Evidence Summary has been provided, as a guide, and is available via the Course site.

 

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Your Learning Plan

Please use the template provided (via the course site) to complete your Learning Plan. Your Learning Plan has three (3) parts: Part one:
Self Assessment (200 words); Part two: Setting Learning Objectives (500 words); Part three: Evidence Summary (200 words).

Please use this

website as reference to complete the Course Objectives Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia (NMBA (2005) RN

Competencies

http://www.nursingmidwiferyboard.gov.au/Codes-Guidelines-Statements/Codes-Guidelines.aspx

Assessment 1: Learning Plan

This

assessment focuses on your ability to develop a Learning Plan that is based upon the Course Objectives (CO4, CO5), the Nursing and Midwifery
Board of Australia (NMBA, 2005) National Competency Standards for the Registered Nurse (RN), and your identified learning needs. This
Learning Plan will form part of your professional ePortfolio, and you will build upon this throughout your Bachelor Program. Please use the
template provided to complete your Learning Plan.

 

Your Learning Plan has three (3) parts:

Part one: Self Assessment (200 words)

The first

step in the development of your Learning Plan is to review the Course Objectives and the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia NMBA
(2005) National Competency Standards for the RN. You will then need to reflect upon relevant knowledge, skills or experiences that you may
already have (areas of achievement) which relate to these. Consider what skills and knowledge you will need to develop (areas for
improvement) in orderto improve your abilities relating to the course objectives and the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia NMBA
(2005) RN competencies. An example ofthe Self Assessment has been provided, as a guide, and is available via the Course site.

Part two:

Setting Learning Objectives (500 words)

The next step in developing your Learning Plan is to set learning objectives. You will be provided

with two learning objectives and you are required to develop a furthertwo (2) personal objectives that you intend to achieve during this
course. Your personal objectives should relate directly to your self assessment and identified learning needs (part one), as well as the
course objectives and the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia NMBA (2005) National Competency Standards for the RN. You still need to
achieve all the Course Objectives, but this assessment is designed to show you howto plan your learning.

 

On the pages of your Learning

Plan relating to your Learning Objectives, you will need to provide the information shown in the table below:

Learning Objective Course

Objective(s) NMBA (2005) RN Competency Strategies and Resources and Learning Activities Evidence and

Submission Dates

What are you going to

learn? To which course objectives/ NMBA (2005) RN competencies does your learning objective relate? How do you plan to learn it? How will
you demonstrate your learning? What evidence will be included in your ePortfolio?

Writing sound learning objectives is a skill that takes

some practice, and you have been provided with the first two (2) objectives for this assessment activity, as a guide. You will need to
research additional information regarding your Community Placement Activity to complete the ‘strategies and resources and learning
activities’ section. Learning resources and weblinks can be located on the course site to assist you in the development of your Learning
Plan. An example ofthe Setting Learning Objectives has been provided, as a guide, and is available via the Course site.

Part three:

Evidence Summary (200 words)

The final part of your Learning Plan is the evidence summary. Please note that this reflective part ofthe

assessment will be completed afterthe Professional Placement time, when you conduct the Community Health Project, and feedback for Part 3
will be provided as part of Assessment Task 3 (ePortfolio).

To complete the evidence summary, you will need to reflect upon:

What have

learned in relation to your learning objectives?

Which learning strategies and resources worked well?

Which learning strategies and

resources did not work well, and what were the barriers?

What useful learning strategies and resources will be useful in future

practice?

An example of the Evidence Summary has been provided, as a guide, and is available via the Course site.

 

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