Study days in December and January
If you just want a taster of what it's like to study with us, or you have a specific training need, why not try one of our study days? Coming up in December and January:
3 December: IV drug administration: Community (application deadline: 20 October)
This study day is aimed at community staff that utilise venous access for taking blood samples and/or giving medication. Topics will include venepuncture, cannulation, calculations, IV administration of medication and professional and ethical issues relating to these activities.
15 December: Crime and abuse against people with a learning disability, key concepts
(application deadline: 3 November)
These three study days are aimed at healthcare practitioners working in hospital, community, residential care or GP surgery settings who wish to gain knowledge and skills in this specific area of practice.
10 January: Academic practice
(application deadline: 29 November)
This course consisting of three half-days aims to prepare and develop your skills before commencing a programme of study particularly if you have not studied within the last five years. The course is designed to increase your confidence in literature search and review and writing skills. It includes an open learning package which you will need to complete before the second session and you will be required to write a short essay for feedback.
To find out more about any of our study days, including fees and how to book your place, please contact our CPD office on firstname.lastname@example.org
or 020 8725 1755