The Health and Social Care Studies Certificate of Credit consists of a single 20 credit module, ‘Professional Development in Health and Social Care’. The module is designed to ensure that you have the transferable skills needed to excel in your role within health and social care.
Who is this course for?
The course is ideally suited to practitioners who may not have the level of academic study or experience that is required for UK degrees. Practitioners that are looking to take the next step in their health and social care careers benefit from this course as it can refresh academic skills to help achieve relevant qualifications within their role.
If you are going through NMC Revalidation this year you’ll know that you need to complete 35 hours of continuous professional development (CPD) which has to include 20 hours of participatory learning. Our online course counts as participatory learning and will help you to meet the requirements for your re-registration.
What will I learn from the Health and Social Care Certificate of Credit?
The Professional Development in Health and Social Care module focuses on the research methods and techniques that are used within the changing landscape of health and social care organisations. You will learn how to understand and apply evidence of health and social care practice to develop your skills for research, analysing information, reviewing literature and presenting the main findings.
Find out more about the module
If you’re interested in studying the Health and Social Care Studies Certificate of Credit you can experience our online learning environment first hand by trying our free course taster which features content directly from the module.