This course is designed to provide new skills and knowledge of the pharmaceutical sciences to those coming from a non-pharmacy background and to equip them for the challenge of QP responsibility in the pharmaceutical industry.
This course is intended for graduates of disciplines, other than statistics, who want to develop and deepen their knowledge of statistical methods for solving problems involving data arising in business and industry, in public service agencies or in research.
This course aims to provide graduates from all disciplines with the opportunity to develop their understanding of the role that social policies play in developing functioning and just societies. Students will consider these in addressing some of the ‘wicked problems‘ that contemporary societies face.
Graduates of this course, in applying their learning, will be enabled to promote and develop excellence in dementia care in their practice setting thus ensuring that people with dementia live a dignified and meaningful life.
This postgraduate online education programme aims to develop students’ knowledge and skills in the advanced radiation therapy management of cancer patients and to enable students to critically evaluate and participate in research in this area.
This online course is relevant to safety critical industries across the globe and focuses on people already in work, who have responsibility for managing risk, change, safety, quality, planning, and system design.
The overall objective of this postgraduate Certificate in Clinical Exercise is to enable clinicians to prescribe exercise as a disease preventative and treatment modality in a safe, effective, and scientific manner.
The online MSc in Child Protection and Welfare is open to students who have completed the Postgraduate Diploma in Child Protection and Welfare with a 2.1 or better result. The MSc is designed to build on the Postgraduate Diploma and aims to develop applied research skills in the field of child protection and welfare and is delivered completely online.
This interdisciplinary course will develop and strengthen the skills, competencies and knowledge of students, thus enabling them to promote and develop excellence in the delivery of care for people with an intellectual disability. Students will explore the physical health, policy and complex care needs of people with intellectual disabilities.
The course will prepare them as leaders in quality and person-centred care for people with intellectual disabilities as they age.