Studying a Postgraduate Certificate in Interprofessional Practice Education will:?
Foster your skills in relation to the learning, teaching and assessing of students?
Engage your...Read more
This course is awarded as part of our MSc Advanced Practice course. This means you may either complete your studies at the Postgraduate Certificate level in Osteoporosis and Falls Management or continue...Read more
We are at a time of rapid change in the Healthcare sector, this is the ideal time to improve your leadership and management skills in the field of Quality and Service improvement,...Read more
If you’re a graduate keen to embark on an exciting and rewarding future in primary teaching, this course is for you.
Study a course ranked as ‘outstanding’ by Ofsted – the highest...Read more
Secondary (School Direct) with Qualified Teacher Status PGCE
Put your career plans on a firm footing – with a PGCE, recommendation for Qualified Teacher Status and 60 credits at masters level
Spend most of the year on placement, learning...Read more
Studying a Postgraduate Certificate in Compassion Focused Therapy will:
Provide the opportunity for you to develop a critical and in-depth understanding of the theory and practice of Compassion Focused...Read more
Primary (School Direct) with Qualified Teacher Status PGCE
Follow the School Direct route if you want to spend most of your time learning how to teach in schools
Receive recommendation for the award of Qualified Teacher Status (QTS) on...Read more
National Award for SEN Co-ordination: Leading Effective, Inclusive Practice in SEN PGCert
If you’re a Special Educational Needs Co-ordinator (SENCO) or aspiring to be one, this course will enable you to gain the National Award for SEN Co-ordination, which is required for the role. ...Read more
During this course you’ll develop your understanding of osteoporosis and the role of DXA within the management of fracture risk.
Studying this flexible Postgraduate Certificate in...Read more
This postgraduate course paves the way for you to teach post-14 learners in settings ranging from colleges, academies and secondary schools to prisons and voluntary organisations.