FDSc Radiation Protection

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Location Workington
Duration Part-time, 3 Years
Start date September 2018
Entry Requirements

If you work in the radiation protection sector and wish to enhance your current skills to the next level, then our course in Radiation Protection is perfect for you. We offer a great range of strong academic content supported by practical work, so that you can develop all the skills you need to excel in a practical or technical role in this field. 

We work closely with nuclear and non-nuclear sectors to ensure that the training we provide is totally relevant to the real world practice of radiation protection. You'll build a broad-based grounding in the subject, linking the experience you've gained from your job to the extra knowledge we have to offer. Our part-time course allows you to study alongside your current work, letting you earn while you learn to advance your qualifications and open up new opportunities for your career.

2018 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 2018, 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.