Pebble+ for Midwifery
This section is for student midwives using Pebble+. Specifically how to create and edit your workbook. If you’re new to PebblePad, before you begin please read our getting started guide.
Create a PAD workbook
At the start of each year you need to create the Practice Assessment Document (PAD) workbook you’ll use. This happens only once a year, so you’ll only need to do this process at the start, and not again until you proceed to the next academic year.
Your workbook has been prepared for you and is available in your Resource Store. You can create only one copy and this will be filled-in across the academic year.
Create & complete EU Log
Similar to your PAD you’ll need to also create another workbook for your EU Log.
You’ll need to create one copy which lasts for the duration of your course – all three years (not one workbook per year).
With the workbook created you can use the other individual templates to add skills to each page.
Record ‘at risk’ cases
Some of the skills you record need to be marked as ‘at risk’. These are collated on a seperate page in your EU Log.
You can add your own tag to the template. Include ‘risk’ as a tag and this will add the template to the At Risk page in your workbook.
Watch the video to explain how to do this.
Create & complete your ORA
Finally, you’ll need to create a third workbook, the Ongoing Record of Achievement (ORA).
Like the EU Log, this workbook lasts for three years (not a new workbook each year).
It will need to be signed off at the end of each year by your sign-off mentor.
If you have other problems using PebblePad, please read our further guides covering everything from logging in to feedback and grades.
If you have questions about PebblePad, please refer to the following people:
- for academic help (what to write, how to give evidence) - your mentor, link tutor or PAT
- for placement help (reporting absense, duty logs, MyProgress) - the Placement team their portal
- for technical help (something's broken or not working) - UoN PebblePad Support via the form (linked below)