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The European Computer Driving Licence (ECDL) is the internationally recognised qualification for computer users.
ECDL aims to improve learners’ understanding of computers and promotes efficient use of software. The course can open up a variety of opportunities through the broad range of skills it offers. The qualification is widely recognised by employers as proof of ability and competence when working with IT.
This three day training course introduces dimensional metrology and its under-pinning principles and methods. Delegates will be taught how to better interpret technical drawings, make fundamental measurement calculations and implement a measurement strategy in a manufacturing engineering environment.
A one day course focused on the knowledge required to understand and get the best out of 2D and 3D coordinate measurement systems. This includes CMM, Vision systems, Articulating Arms, Laser Trackers, Photogrammetry, and other coordinate based measuring systems.
This module is designed for students working in a variety of medical practice settings and aims to provide students with the necessary skills and knowledge in order to enable them to conduct holistic health assessment.
This 20 credit postgraduate level module is delivered by blended learning, meaning that students spend four days in the same classroom which is complemented by additional online learning activity by way of tutorials and group support.
The European Computer Driving Licence (ECDL) is the internationally recognised qualification for computer users. ECDL improves learners’ understanding of computers and promotes efficient use of software. The qualification is widely recognised by employers as proof of ability and competence when working with IT.
A one day course on the tools, processes and reports associated with basic statistical process control (SPC) as a post measurement process, including how and when it can benefit a business.
A one day course focused on assessing the suitability of a measuring system, historically referred to as a gauge, to complete the measurement tasks assigned to it. Focusing on the Gauge Repeatability and Reproducibility (GR&R) study we will look at good practice in planning and implementation.
A one day course focused on the interpretation and application of Manufacturing Engineering technical product specification, this covers both dimensional and geometrical tolerances (GD&T) and their application.
This five-day course is focused on industrial dimensional measurement and covers four core knowledge areas: application of metrology principles, measurement and metrology assessment, continuous improvement in metrology systems and principles behind measurement equipment technologies, sensors and measurement techniques.
Respected both in the UK and internationally, PRINCE2® (PRojects IN Controlled Environments) is a Government recognised, industry standard project management qualification, that can help you to move up the career ladder and take on larger scale project management roles.
This 20 credit postgraduate module is delivered completely online and will enable the students to explore the concept and context of the care of teenagers/adolescence and young adults with cancer. Students will utilise the range of available evidence in order to apply this to their field of practice.
This module aims to enable students to assess contemporary issues within the field of Mental Health Care. Students will have the opportunity to evaluate the impact in relation to the management and care of individuals in the spectrum of health and social care.
This module aims to build upon the knowledge developed from critical care module 336CPD. This module will focus on specific conditions and clinical issues found in the critical care environment. This module will give students the opportunity to explore in detail the evidence base, treatment and management practices related to the different clinical issues.
This module aims to provide students with the necessary knowledge, skills and techniques to conduct accurate health assessments. The module is specifically designed for students who work in a variety of pre-hospital practice environments and whose assessments may lead up to and include medical diagnosis.
This module will build upon the knowledge gained from the M17CPD module (Public Health and Health Development) and aims to examine the policy context in which public health is currently practiced in both developed and developing countries.
This 20 credit postgraduate module that is delivered completely online will enable the students to explore the concept and context of teenagers/adolescence and young adults with cancer in today’s society.
A four day training course for those who have a good basic understanding of measurement principles gained through the Level 1 training course.
This course has been designed for users of large volume metrology system and comprises two full day sessions incorporating knowledge tasks.
We are facing major changes and pressures from rising populations, health, climate change and economic markets. Therefore, the strategies we adopt for designing our cities over the next 13 years to 2030 are crucial in improving health and well-being, but also in ensuring the safety and future of our mega cities by 2050.