This course mirrors our Contraceptive Health course, but the credits gained are at level 7.
The course is taught in our multi-million pound Sciences Complex, which features a brand new CPD suite for training health and pharmaceutical professionals, multi-disciplinary science labs and new facilities for proteomics, drug discovery, pharmacy, and health sciences. You can be assured of a quality experience in contemporary facilities.
When you complete the course you'll receive a certificate to show that you've gained 20 credits at level 7. You may be able to transfer these credits to a postgraduate diploma or degree course.
The course runs twice a year and is taught alongside the level 6 module ‘Contraceptive Health’.
The course is delivered by our Clinical Sciences lecturers and a specialist in contraceptive and sexual health.
It's taught across five full days over a four-month period at the University. Each day uses a variety of teaching and learning methods including interactive workshops and will focus on a specific topic that you can then consolidate in clinical practice.
Assessment will be a portfolio of practice outcomes and an Objective Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE) utilising simulated patients in a variety of contraception and sexual health-based consultations.
We don’t currently display entry requirements for United States. Please contact the Student Admin team on email@example.com or 0191 515 3154.
We usually require applicants to be healthcare professionals. You should be working in a clinical setting where your work involves delivering contraceptive services. Previous study at level 6 is advantageous but not a requirement.
The fee for this course is £750.
The employer usually meets these costs – we advise you to speak to your workforce development lead before applying.
We also accept self-funded applicants and encourage anyone wishing to explore their options to contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
This information was correct at the time of publication.