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Specialist Community Public Health Nursing (Occupational Health) Graduate Diploma

Specialist Community Public Health Nursing (Occupational Health) Graduate Diploma

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Study mode

Online

Duration

2 years

Start date

SEP

Key information
DATA SOURCE : IDP Connect

Qualification type

Graduate Diploma

Subject areas

Occupational Health Environmental Health (General) Community Medicine Health Promotion Nursing

Course type

Taught

Course Summary

OVERVIEW

Our Graduate Diploma (GradDip) Specialist Community Public Health Nursing (Occupational Health) course will enhance the education and training of First Level Nurses wishing to gain a Specialist Practitioner qualification and enable you to contribute to these initiatives.

Occupational health services provided at the workplace address the health care needs of working populations and this has been identified as an important component of the current public health strategy. Our GradDip creates practitioners who will lead and respond to new challenges in providing workplace healthcare and will provide practitioners who will emerge as key figures involved in delivering high quality occupational health services to the working population.

Professional Recognition

Our programmed is accredited by the Nursing & Midwifery Council (NMC). For UK practitioners, you will obtain both an academic qualification and a professional qualification in Occupational Health and be entered on to the 3rd part of the NMC register.

Modules

Managing Risk in OH Practice (20 Credits) - Core
Leadership in health and social care (20 Credits) - Core
Investigative Enquiry (20 Credits) - Core
Contemporary Occupational Health (20 Credits) - Core
Consolidation of Practice (20 Credits) - Core
Critical Research Appraisal (20 Credits) - Core

Tuition fees

UK fees
Course fees for UK / EU students

£305 per module (20 credits) - This fee is for Scottish students. £820 per module (20 credits) - This fee is applicable for English, Northern Irish & Welsh and Channel Island & Isle of Man.

Average for all Postgrad courses (per year)

£5,202

International fees
Course fees for non-UK / EU students

£820 per module (20 credits).

Average for all Postgrad courses (per year)

£12,227

Entry requirements

You will normally be educated to degree level. You must be registered as a nurse or midwife on either parts 1 or 2 of the NMC professional register. However, you can be admitted to our course if you can evidence successful completion of your pre-registration nursing education course and if you have applied for NMC registration. Admission is permitted with relevant previous academic credit and/or prior learning. This will be in accordance with University of the West of Scotland's Regulatory Framework. As part of the selection process, you will also need to submit a 1000 word academic essay on current challenges in occupational health practice.