City, University of London, has a long and respected history of delivering CPPD courses and workforce development to health, allied health and social care sector employers throughout London and the surrounding counties.
As a leading provider of health care education and research, both in the UK and overseas, we work with trusts, government and private providers to deliver academic qualifications, training and skills updates to meet employers and employee’s needs.
Our CPPD course portfolio offers students various levels and periods of flexible study, from stand-alone modules from our masters programmes* that can be built up to achieve a full postgraduate degree, to short and day courses and bespoke training developed with partners to meet their workforce needs.
CPPD for healthcare professionals
Our programmes are designed for health, allied health and social care professionals who are looking to increase or update their knowledge and skills in the specific area that they work in or those who wish to explore new areas and develop a broader skills-set.
We equip practitioners to think critically, act responsibly and lead proactively to meet the ever changing challenges faced by health care professionals. We work with our partners to regularly review our course portfolio to ensure the provision offered meets the needs of the health sector.
We have expertise across a diverse subject area within the healthcare sector including nursing, midwifery, health management, policy and research, radiotherapy and radiography, speech, language and communication, mental health nursing and optometry.
*we also offer BSc modules from our BSc top up programmes
Bespoke training - City Health
City Health delivers short courses, study days, specialist and bespoke training to practitioners working in the NHS, private and care sectors. Our training is delivered by lecturers at the School of Health Sciences, with all profits reinvested in research and education to promote excellence and improve outcomes for health services users. Visit our bespoke training page for case studies and contact details.
City offers a range of support services to help you with academic and personal challenges and difficulties. Find out more about the help we offer on our student wellbeing page at City.
Working in partnership with you
The School of Health Sciences works with trusts throughout London to deliver workforce development and training. We work in collaboration with our partners to ensure our courses are designed to meet their workforce training needs and also design and deliver bespoke training.
We have recently worked with:
- Barnet & Chase Farm Hospitals NHS Trust
- Barnet Enfield and Haringey Mental Health NHS Trust
- Barts & The London NHS Trust
- Bromley Healthcare NHS Trust
- Central & North West London NHS Foundation Trust
- Central London Community Healthcare
- Chelsea & Westminster Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
- Ealing Hospital NHS Trust
- East London NHS Foundation Trust
- Guys & St Thomas NHS Foundation Trust
- Homerton University Hospital NHS Trust
- Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust
- Kings College Hospital NHS Trust
- Kingston Hospital NHS Trust
- Moorfields Eye Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
- North East London NHS Foundation Trust
- North Middlesex University Hospital Trust
- North West London Hospitals NHS Trust
- NHS Southwark CCG Primary Care
- Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust
- Royal Free Hampstead NHS Trust
- South West and St George Mental Health Trust
- St Georges Healthcare NHS Trust
- The Whittington Hospital NHS Trust
- UCLH NHS Foundation Trust
- Your Healthcare CIC - includes Kingston PCT
Masters, PG Dip & PG Cert and BSc level courses
Our Continuing Personal and Professional Development Courses (CPPD) are designed to be flexible and meet workforce needs for the healthcare sector in the UK and internationally.
We continually review and develop our course portfolio and also offer bespoke training developed to meet your needs, so if you do not find what you are looking for, please get in contact with us.
- 12 Lead ECG and its use in Assessment of the Patient
- Specialist Cardiac Care Core Skills
- Cardiac Care Specialist Role Development - Module 2
- Chronic Heart Disease Management in Primary Care
- Cardiac MRI: Radiography Techniques and Clinical Applications
- Advanced Physical Assessment, Critical Thinking and Diagnostic Reasoning Across the Lifespan
- Critical approaches in Advanced Practice
- Critical Thinking for Ophthalmic Practice
- Dysphagia and Disorders of Eating and Drinking
- Facilitating Self-Management
- Foundations in Research Methods and Data Analysis (Online module)
Ear, Nose and Throat/Head and Neck
Emergency and Trauma Care
Gynaecology and Sexual Health
Health Policy and Economics
Management and Leadership
Mental Health across the lifespan
Mentorship and Practice Education
- Leading and Evaluating Learning in Practice (e-learning)
- Advance Physical Assessment of the Newborn and Infant
- Midwifery Theory and Professionalism
- Facilitating Group Antenatal Care
- Knowledge, Evidence and Skills for Normal Birth
- Neonatal Care: Clinical Decision Making
- Neonatal Care – Specialist Core Skills
- Neonatal Care – Specialist Role Development: Module 2
- Risk and Midwifery Practice
Optometry and Vision
Primary Care and Practice Nursing
Radiotherapy, Radiography and Ultrasound
- Abdominal Ultrasound
- Clinical Applications of Computed Tomography
- Clinical Applications of Medical Magnetic Resonance
- Engaging Technology
- Developing Professional Skills in Ultrasound
- Obstetric Ultrasound
- Physics and Instrumentation of Medical Magnetic Resonance
- Science and Instrumentation of Computer Tomography
- Ultrasound Physics
- Gynaecology Ultrasound