This micro-credential will be relevant to any healthcare professional in clinical practice wishing to develop competency and expand their knowledge in the application of advance health and physical assessment. This cohort includes nurses; midwives; paramedics and other allied healthcare professionals who require this module to allow for the expansion of their practice.
This micro-credential will be relevant to any healthcare professional in education, wishing to develop competency and expand their knowledge in the application of simulation. This cohort includes doctors; nurses; paramedics and other allied healthcare professionals who require this module to allow for the expansion of their practice in skill and problem-based education.
The micro-credential is designed to meet the digital skill needs of professionals working in human services such as social work and social care work and those who manage such services. Firstly, it aims to increase learners’ awareness of the use of digital technologies in human services and then to increase their ability to assess the benefits and challenges of implementing technology in human service work. Learners will develop practice skills through the evaluation of technology’s impact on professional practice e.g. reach and social presence, privacy, boundaries, risk and relationship management.
This micro-credential will be relevant to those interested in understanding and promoting equality, diversity and inclusion (EDI) in work and society. This will include professionals or aspiring professionals in civil society groups and/or public social service sectors with a focus on health, housing, education, older people, children and under-represented or socially excluded groups. In addition, the micro-credential will be of interest to professionals in private enterprise, including HR professionals and those in Corporate Social Responsibility roles who are driving positive cultural change within their organisation through the development and implementation of EDI policies.
This cutting edge micro-credential aims to provide learners with an understanding of key issues in the area of disability and child protection. It is designed to meet the specific training needs of all education, health, social care and policing professionals working in the area of disability, child protection and welfare or sectors where the client base includes individuals who may have a disability.
This micro-credential on domestic violence and child protection provides both a comprehensive overview of the most recent research evidence on the topic and specialised training in the appropriate legal framework. It is targeted at professionals working in various areas of domestic violence where knowledge of the evidence and the legal frameworks are required.