BSc (Hons) Radiation Protection (Top-up)

This course achieved a 90% overall satisfaction rate in the 2016 National Student Survey (NSS).

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Location Workington
Duration Part-time, 18 Months
Start date October 2017, 2018
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Completed your FdSc in Radiation Protection? Why not top-up your qualification even further, opening up your chances for future job progression? Our award-winning course will provide you with strong academic knowledge and practical lessons that will work alongside your current role. You'll gain a broad grounding in the theoretical side of radiation protection that will link smoothly to the practical skills and knowledge you've gained from your work.

Only one week per module will be spent in the classroom/laboratory - the majority of your study will be through workplace assignments developed by you and your employer. You won't have to take time off for our course - earn while you learn through part time study that directly benefits your position. Our expert teaching staff and facilities will offer you the high level learning you deserve, so why not make the most of what we offer and achieve new heights in your career?

2017 Entry

You may have seen that some changes to the funding and financial support of students accessing Nursing, Midwifery and Allied Health Professionals (AHP) programmes such as Physiotherapy, Occupational Therapy & Diagnostic and Therapeutic Radiography, were announced in the Spending Review in November 2015. This information is to offer you clarification on what this currently means.

This information is based on the understanding provided by The Council of Deans for Health and may be subject to change as further details are released by the government but the current situation is as follows:

What is changing?

From 2017/18, new students studying nursing, midwifery and AHP pre-registration courses (which lead to qualification with one of the health professional regulators) will take out loans like other students, rather than getting an NHS bursary.