The CPD programme is designed to meet the needs of a range of health or social care professionals. Units are available at level 5, 6 or 7 and can be taken as stand-alone units, form part of undergraduate or postgraduate programmes or as taken as independent short courses.
We deliver a diverse range of multi-professional units which can be specific to particular areas of development, such as nursing, medicine or public health or designed to be suitable across a range of health and social care professions.
A full list of units, courses and bespoke training programmes available can be found by visiting our CPD pages
Features and Benefits
You can select the units that you wish to study according to your personal interest, your professional development needs or at the request of your employer. The course includes a number of professional units, including non-medical prescribing, supporting learning and teaching in practice (including preparation for mentorship), the overseas nurses unit and return to practice. Once successfully completed, units can be banked for future Accreditation of Prior Certified Learning (APCL) contribution to other degree courses (undergraduate or postgraduate) as appropriate.
Applicants must have a professional registration in a health or social care occupation be able to demonstrate their ability to study at the appropriate academic level and, where appropriate, must normally be employed in a field of health or social care practice. In addition for some courses that are regulated by professional bodies there may be additional entry requirements.
Recipient: Manchester Metropolitan University
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