54 training courses found
This is an professional course leading to qualified teacher status within the primary school and the Religious Certificate is recognised by all four churches within Northern Ireland. The central purpose of the course is to help develop teaching competence and this is reflected in the teaching and learning methods employed.
This course is a follow-on programme for those who have successfully completed the Certificate in Teaching. For acceptance onto the course students must meet the entry requirements as set out and must liaise with their employer in order to provide evidence that they are employed in an FE College or in the work based learning sector.
This course aims to assist students to understand and apply the approaches to clients. This course will help you if you are interested in starting a career in counselling, or want to develop and hone your existing professional skills.
The PgCert in Diabetes provides students with the opportunity to learn the relevant and contemporary scientific issues covering aspects ranging from the mechanisms and patho physiology of diabetes through the science underpinning clinical diagnosis and pharmacology of diabetes .A strong foundation in diabetes education with particular emphasis on the science underlying this global healthcare problem.
The Postgraduate Diploma in Pharmacy Management offers practitioners working within pharmacy the opportunity to gain a unique qualification in pharmacy management, and thereby an opportunity for career development through the management route, either within secondary care or community pharmacy environments. This diploma will advance the development of pharmacy practitioners in areas of personal and personnel management, marketing principles, and financial management within a framework of self-reflection and self-development.
This course provide advanced education in a biomedical science specialism (cellular pathology, clinical chemistry, haematology or medical microbiology), and a critical awareness of the principles of professional practice required to gain advancement and progress to management positions in both the health and other bioscience sectors. The Pg Cert in Biomedical Professional Practice has been designed for those not in full-time employment.
The aim of the postgraduate course in nutraceuticals, functional foods and supplements is to provide a reliable and impartial appraisal of scientific and technological developments in the sector. The course is aimed at those interested in the relations between food, nutrition, and health, including health and allied professionals, the food industry and the general public.
This course aims to introduce the participants to the field of systemic theory, practice and research; Introduce the participants to the basic skills, applicable to their work setting; Increase participants’ awareness and acceptance of the need for professional practice to be characterised by respectfulness and reflexivity; Provide a basis from which the student may proceed towards intermediate level training. This course provides an introduction to systemic ideas and their relevance in helping us gain a better understanding of individuals, families and the organisations in which we all function.
The overall aim of our PGCE programme at Ulster is to support this aim and to foster the development of pedagogical competences in the following three areas: - Professional Values and Practice; Professional Knowledge and Understanding and Professional Skills and Application. Student teachers on the PGCE will evidence their competence through achieving the following objectives: - by demonstrating a critical understanding of the Northern Ireland Curriculum and of National Curriculum requirements; -by demonstrating a knowledge of their subject and its contribution to the area of study and to the “Big Picture” of the curriculum at Key Stages 3 & 4 with its objectives of: developing the young person as an individual; developing the young person as a contributor to society and developing the young person as a contributor to the economy and the environment.
The major aim of this postgraduate course in nutraceuticals, functional foods and supplements is to provide reliable and impartial appraisal of scientific and technological developments in the sector. The course is aimed at those interested in the relations between food, nutrition and health, including health and allied professionals, the food industry and the general public.
This course provides a unique opportunity for the practitioner to achieve high quality qualifications integrally linked into current and emerging models of care and also scientific and technological advances. This course aims to provide occupational therapists, physiotherapists and speech and language therapists with a career pathway to certification as an Advanced Practitioner of Sensory Integration, equivalent to or greater than the criteria adopted by the University of Southern California and Western Psychological Services in the delivery of their Sensory Integration training pathway, at a postgraduate, post-registration academic level.
This cutting edge Postgraduate Certificate course will provide you with the knowledge and skills required to pursue a career in the rapidly expanding field of stem cell biology. Successful completion of the course will allow you to capitalise on opportunities in areas such as the stem cell industry, regenerative medicine, clinical stem cell work, further academic research or regulatory affairs.
This exciting course in Non-Medical Prescribing is aimed at experienced nurses giving them the opportunity to achive professional and academic awards. In this course students will study pharmacotherapeutics, the study of all aspects of drugs, how they work and interact and the physiological basis to prescribing.
The aim of this course is to prepare the student to become a competent teacher. This is achieved through a variety of teaching and learning methods which are summarised below: Lectures Tutorials: group or individually designed to advise in the preparation for school experience, curriculum projects and/or school based investigations.
This course is a flexible and accessible professional programme will align with the University’s Learning and Teaching vision, strategic aims and objectives through providing students with an innovative, responsive, flexible and relevant programme. This programme will contribute to the University’s work on Connected Health, as this new course is suitable for interdisciplinary delivery within healthcare.
The overall aim of our PGCE programme at Ulster is to support this aim and to foster the development of pedagogical competences in the following three areas: - Professional Values and Practice; Professional Knowledge and Understanding and Professional Skills and e successful completion of the PGCE also requires the student to: recognise and take account of those factors which influence curriculum planning in a particular school context; understand how children learn and appreciate the social, moral, psychological and cultural factors which affect educational attainment; The PGCE is an internationally recognised programme for Initial Teacher Education leading directly to a career in teaching.
This course provides advanced training in environmental toxicology, monitoring techniques and global environmental legislation. This course is ideal if you are already working in the environmental field or wish to pursue a career in this area as it fulfils the demand for trained personnel in the environmental regulatory agencies, in companies subject to such regulation, and in companies involved in providing support services such as monitoring and consultancy.
This programme is designed to provide postgraduate and professionally relevant advanced training in VPH. The programme focuses on the core domains of VPH in relation to the regulatory responsibilities of the official veterinarians for the protection of animal health and welfare and human health.
The aim of this course is to prepare students to be a Teacher of English with Drama and Media Studies. Student teachers will learn how to teach English with a particular focus on the additional subject areas of Drama and Media Studies.
The aim of the course is foster the development of pedagogical competences in the following three areas: - Professional Values and Practice; Professional Knowledge and Understanding and Professional Skills and Application. To achieve these aims the PGCE post-primary programme at Ulster University prepares student teachers to be competent in the following: - the ability to plan, teach and assess worthwhile learning activities in their subject area(s) in post-primary schools in Northern Ireland for the 11-18 age group; - the acquisition of the knowledge, understanding and skills that are essential for the promotion of learning among pupils; - to assume responsibility for developing as competent reflective practitioners, able to monitor and evaluate their teaching performance; Successful completion of this course qualifies the graduate to seek registration with the General Teaching Council of Northern Ireland.