Keyll Darree Health and Social Care Higher Education Centre
Isle of Man
+44 1624 642934
Welcome to Keyll Darree Health and Social Care Higher Education.
The team at Keyll Darree provide high quality education and resources for all health and social care staff on the Isle of Man. We are committed to the support the Isle of Man Government priorities across all areas 'contributing to a sustainable educated, well trained and motivated workforce'.
The lecturers are all The Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) registered nurses and educators in either adult or mental health fields. Across the team they have a range of clinical experience in senior positions within primary and secondary care services across the IoM and UK, and experience teaching in a range of UK Higher Education Institution’s (HEIs), as well as research and publishing.
The programmes delivered are all validated and endorsed by external UK organisations (HEI and NMC) and are regularly assessed against relevant standards.
The programmes delivered are amended as required to meet the needs of the DHSC and Isle of Man to ensure that the education offered future proofs the health and social care services offered. The range currently includes:
- Qualifications and Credit Framework (QCF health and social care level 2, 3 and 5) Pre-registration nursing (BN degree)
- Specialist community practitioner programme (BSc / MSc), advanced practitioner (MSc)
- non-medical prescribing (Level 6 and 7), professional practice (MSc)
There are also workshops on academic study to support those starting their academic journey, and a study advice service for those IoM Health and Social Care staff studying through us, or through any HEI through distance learning.
The library staff and resources support evidence-based decision making in clinical practice to enhance patient care, education and continuing professional development, research and life-long learning. Library provision is aligned to Health Education England (HEE), and the Mersey Deanery. The Library is also accredited annually by The Library Quality Assurance Framework (LQAF).
There is 24 hour access for Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC) staff, and they also provide a service to anyone on the island who has a legitimate need to find and use health and social care information, including island charities, self-help groups and the private sector.
The library offers regular taught sessions to ensure that users make the best use of the wide range of resources available. More information on the full range of library facilities and services are available.