Module CPD for Medical Imaging Advanced Practice (Axial and Appendicular Skeleton)

Course overview
  • Course overview
  • Course details
  • Finance
  • Resources and Facilities
  • Meet the staff
Apply Now Book An Open Day Book An Open Day

Direct Entry

Apply now

Key course details

Duration Part-time, Single Module
Start date April 2021; May 2021
Entry Requirements Programme specification (PDF)
Need more information about this course?

Speak to an advisor

This is a postgraduate (level 7) stand-alone module focussed towards practising general radiographers who hold a BSc (Hons) in Diagnostic Radiography or equivalent qualification. The aim of the course is to provide radiographers with an education base in multiple aspects of general radiography, and in particular in Appendicular and Axial Commenting Skills.

Graduate destinations

The module may be used with other similar modules, currently being validated, to build credits towards a PgC or PgD award.

Download the personal statement guide

Get top tips on how to write the best university personal statement

Download Here

News and Events

University panel and personal stories help North West celebrate LGBTQ+ History Month

Posted: 22 Feb 2021

Promoting inclusivity in our modern society, University of Cumbria is bringing together a host of North West organisations for a panel discussion to celebrate LGBTQ+ History Month. ‘A Life Worth Living’ is taking place on Thursday 25 February and is free and open to everyone to attend, regardless of sexual orientation and gender identity, including allies.

University of Cumbria and Lancaster University sign partnership to develop HE in Barrow

Posted: 19 Feb 2021

The University of Cumbria is developing a new university presence in Barrow and has signed a partnership agreement with Lancaster University to support this transformational project. The two universities will collaborate on research partnerships with local businesses and on courses offering the best subject strengths from both Higher Education Institutions.

Inspirational Women: A Q&A with women of the University of Cumbria

Posted: 8 Mar 2021

To celebrate International Women’s Day and inspire the girls and women of Cumbria, we have reached out to our wonderful academic team to hear a few of the inspirational stories that make the University of Cumbria the thriving, supportive community that it is. From women who were told their potential was limited or had to overcome barriers to achieve professional success, our message to you today is that it’s possible and you can do it. Happy International Women’s Day!

Chat to a student on The Access Platform