This three-day residential course will help remove a little of the ‘myth-tique’ around leadership – what it might mean, what it is not – and more importantly what different ‘development’ approaches can achieve (and what they can’t). It’s critical, challenging and also creative and constructive.
This course will help you to develop your knowledge and understanding of the practice of teaching and the support of student learning in higher education, and to advance your professional skills within your own working context.
In the most recent DLHE (Destinations of Leavers from Higher Education) survey, 100% of graduates were in employment or further education within 6 months of graduating.
This module will train you to provide high quality service in relation to leg ulcer management.
The aim of this module is to introduce you to the key legal, professional and ethical issues that are relevant to your practice in the field of occupational health so that they are able to practice from a well informed professional base.
The landscape of the English Lake District has been a source of inspiration to generations of poets and writers. MA Literature, Romanticism and the English Lake District offers a unique opportunity to study a rich body of literary and non-literary texts within the geographical landscape which inspired them.