Flexible CPPD for London Healthcare Professionals at Sheffield Hallam University

Published: 18 Feb 2016

Sheffield Hallam University is one of the largest providers of Health and Social Care education in the country. In order to meet the training needs of the modern NHS, we work closely with clinical colleagues, commissioners, service users and workforce and education leads throughout the country.

We have provided pre- and post-registration healthcare education for the Yorkshire & Humber and East Midlands regions for over 30 years, and we now provide CPPD education for London.

We now offer over 80 modules for health professionals in London working across the allied health, nursing and midwifery, leadership and management fields.

Module Themes:

  • Diagnostic Imaging
  • Education and Mentorship
  • Leadership and Management Development
  • Long Term Conditions and End of Life Care
  • Mental Health
  • Radiotherapy and Oncology
  • Research and Personal Development
  • Therapy Services


Our workforce development modules

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are ideal for continuing personal and professional development (CPPD)

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can help your professional practice stay up to date

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cover theoretical perspectives and research to strengthen your clinical decision making

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have been delivered successfully by distance learning to both a national and international audience for several years


Over the next few months we will be providing more detailed information on our CPPD portfolio for 2016/17. In the meantime, visit  www.shu.ac.uk/healthcare-cppd, speak to your trust's education and training lead, or contact our London CPPD contract manager Ian Buczynski on 0114 225 5715 or email i.buczynski@shu.ac.uk

 

 

'Distance learning really caters for professionals. The great thing about being able to follow a course of study by distance learning is that you are able to do it in your own time and able to manage it in accordance with your professional duties.

'My experience of online distance learning at Sheffield Hallam has been excellent. The great thing is that tutors are always there to support the students and the programme is designed in such a way that it allows the students to tailor their education so that they can use it to their advantage to advance their professional career.'

Joseph, Masters Level
Radiotherapy and Oncology Student

 

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