Physiotherapy Clinical Education CPD Course

Course Content

What will you study on this course?

The focus and content of these courses vary. Some examples of course content includes:  

Introductory course

  • The fundamentals of clinical education
  • The profile of Bangor University Physiotherapy students.
  • Organising and being prepared for clinical education (including ethical and professional considerations).
  • Navigating and understanding the CPAF paperwork used in clinical education.
  • Dealing with challenges in clinical education.

Update course

The update course is more focussed to specific needs.  In advance of these courses, we survey attendees and collate themes and preferred content.  
Additionally, revisions to introductory materials will be presented to attendees.  We will also examine the challenges faced in clinical education and develop perspectives and solutions to deal with these.

We will also discuss and start to develop strategies to instigate positive changes in student education.

Regardless of course, our delivery will focus on empowering clinical educators to be confident in dealing with real-world scenarios.

Further information

At the end of this course, learners will receive a Certificate of Completion, evidencing 7 hours of CPD.

Entry Requirements

This course is for Physiotherapy Clinical Educators who support Bangor University Students. 

If you would like to register for this course, but do not meet these requirements, please contact the course organiser


Jonathan Flynn

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Jonathan is a lecturer, senior tutor and the Director for Post Graduate Education in the School of Health Sciences at Bangor University. He has worked in Higher Education Institutions for over 20 years and has a depth of experience in curricula design, teaching and learning, assessment and developing meaningful educational experiences. He is a fellow of the Higher Education Academy and has received many posts graduate awards and accolades. His main research interest is theologically driven and focussed around concepts associated with pilgrimage and long-distance walking.













Emily Rigby

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 Emily is a lecturer in Health Sciences at Bangor University. She has over 10 years of experience in direct clinical education whilst working in a local Health Board as a clinical specialist. Emily has worked in the University since 2021, leading and facilitating teaching and learning on the pre-registration Physiotherapy Postgraduate MSc / Diploma programme. She is the lead for clinical placements and is continually

working to improve clinical placement opportunities and experiences for students and clinical educators alike.





This 1 day course is available on the following dates, and in the following locations: 

  • Monday 18th November 2024 – ( Wrexham Campus, Bangor University, Wrexham)

To register for one of these courses, please complete our registration form through clicking on the ‘register’ button below.   


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