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The purpose of the module is to equip healthcare professionals with the skills and knowledge that will enable them to competently undertake the physical examination of the newborn within the first 24-72 hours and at 6-8weeks. Module Code: APM010
Duration: Five weeks
Course code: APM010
This Advanced AutoCAD 3D evening Short Course in 3D Drawing Production will teach you how to produce photo-real 3D models using AutoCAD 3D.
Module Code: APM052
Course code: APM052
Advanced Clinical Practice MSc
Duration: Part-time
The Advanced Criminal Advocacy course is for senior practitioners who have experience of advocacy in the higher courts. The case papers will reflect the higher level of this course, the offences dealt with would be of a very serious nature and the issues raised will be of a complex nature. Delegates will be expected to test their core witness handling skills in a context that demands a highly technical application of those skills.
Duration: 1 Day
Course code: CE9010
Module Code: HRM003
Course code: HRM003
This Advanced Database Concepts with SQL Server Short Evening Course takes your pre-existing knowledge of database design and querying to the next level.
Advanced Mechanical Engineering Masters course - gain invaluable practice skills to enter a global market.
Duration: Full-time: 12 months Part-time: 24-28 months
The purpose of this module is to extend student or current practitioner knowledge and skills in ophthalmic assessment using techniques that are familiar and unfamiliar to (so that participants can be from nursing or orthoptist)practice, and taking into account the available evidence base for these techniques.
Course code: OVM062
The module aims to further develop your understanding of research methods in a health context, introducing more complex forms of study design and higher level methods of appraisal and review of literature. Module Code: HRM002
Course code: HRM002
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