Stand-alone Modules

Continuing Professional Development modules are delivered at level four, five or six. These correspond directly to , for example, the first, second and third years of a Bachelor's degree.

Modules are worth a fixed amount of credits. Students passing a module gain the relevant number of credits, which may then be put toward a full award, if required.

Level Four Modules

Level four modules are aimed at support workers in health and social care. The work is of the same level as those studying in their first year at University.

List of Level Four Modules

Level Five Modules

The work for level five modules is of the same level as those studying in their second year at University. 

List of Level Five Modules

Level Five/Six Modules

These modules are available at both level five and level six. 

List of Level Five & Six Modules

Level Six Modules

All level six modules can be taken individually, or can form part of a post-registration degree.

List of Level Six Modules

Master's Level Modules

The College offers a wide range of modules, across all subject areas.

Read more about our M Level (Level 7 ) modules.

Modules Delivered in Clinical Practice

The College of Human and Health Sciences works closely with colleagues in clinical practice to develop modules with a strong clinical focus that are delivered in the workplace.

List of Modules Delivered in Clinical Practice