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Pre-Course Form - September 2021 Intakes

Before starting your programme of study we need you to understand how your placements will be organised.  We would therefore request that you fully read the Organising Practice Learning Experiences handbook (click here) before completing the appropriate online questionnaire.

Once you have read the handbook, please click on the relevant link below relating to your programme of study to complete the online questionnaire.

For Adult (click here)

For Operating Department Practitioner (click here

For Child, Learning Disabilities, Mental Health and Midwifery (click here

We will use this information to allocate you to a practice learning area appropriate to your programme and, where possible, your personal requirements.

Adult and ODP Students - you will find out which Trust you have been allocated to within the first week of commencing on your programme.

If there are any changes after submitting your form you must inform us immediately by emailing (mailto:practiceplacements@northumbria.ac.uk?subject=Pre Course Form – Changes after submission)

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact a member of the Student Placement Team at practiceplacements@northumbria.ac.uk


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