We are recognised for delivering excellence in teaching in the University and within the School, as demonstrated by our University Gold rating in the Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF). Within the School we provide an ambitious and innovative learning environment. You will be taught by enthusiastic and committed academic staff who are experts in their subject areas; you will learn in state-of-the-art simulation and laboratory facilities.We are one of the country’s largest providers of health and social work education and we offer an extensive range of courses at both undergraduate and postgraduate level. To ensure that our curricula remains relevant and contemporary we work closely with practice providers and professional bodies.Enhance your career – develop your skills and knowledge
Our Health and Social Work CPD team’s dedication is driven by our ambition to train professionals with a view to improving outcomes for patient’s health and social care provision. Our CPD courses are designed to enhance your career and develop your skills and knowledge. We offer a range of innovative, professional CPD courses and students can choose to register for entire programmes, individual modules and or short courses providing a flexible approach to ongoing development.
To search by a profession please click on Browse Prospectus and for a more general search click on Search above and type in relevant keywords, for example – imaging, physiotherapy, nursing or research then a variety of courses will drop down for you to select.
If you are an Employer of CPD professionals and would like to discuss or arrange bespoke courses with the School of Health and Social Work then please contact Elaine Gannon at email@example.com
Postgraduate Masters LoanPlease note that there is financial support for Postgraduate students – however you must discuss and arrange in advance a full programme of study with the programme tutor then visit the link for further details about the PG Masters Loan.Public Health Connect
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