Teaching and Courses

As our name suggests, to create a stimulating environment in which you can learn about real world issues, explain them and think about ways of tackling health and social problems through a variety of means including the more effective delivery of services. We do this through the careful organisation and planning of our courses, a commitment to develop high quality teaching materials and to communicate these in the most effective way including through a variety of methods of e-communication. There is a strong emphasis on professional practice and employment skills.
Whichever course you take undergraduate, postgraduate or short courses for professional development, our aim is to provide a supportive learning environment, one that encompasses both subject specific and non academic support.

Key features of our teaching programmes

  • Experts who are up to date with policy, practice and research issue
  • Courses custom designed and built with partners
  • A supportive learning environment
  • Inter-professional learning
  • Interactive e-learning
  • Use of distance and e-learning
  • High levels of students support and guidance
  • Clear progression pathways and routes
  • Flexible short course delivery
  • Wide range of options to develop skills and knowledge
  • Bespoke training and consultancy
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Teaching and Courses

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  Page last updated : : 13 May 2011