CPD courses with academic credits
- Our CPD courses with academic credits are developed by the Royal College of Nursing and are credited by Coventry University. Our portfolio of courses includes Infection Prevention and Control, Leading the way: Improving Mental & Physical Health and Leading Sustainability in Health and Social Care. Courses are available to members and non-members.
- RCN CPD courses provide 20 academic credits at either level 6 (Bachelors) or level 7 (Masters).
- Our courses are offered via a fully online learning mode, including dedicated contact days plus study time.
- Each course costs £1,100 (without credits), £1,480 (with credits).
- RCN Foundation offers different types of education grants to support the funding of your professional development.
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This programme has been designed to equip participants with the knowledge and skills with which to plan, lead and deliver healthcare, which is akin to the principles of sustainability; forging the sector’s contribution to combating climate change and the promotion of sustainability. The programme has been developed to support those in a clinical leadership role including sustainability and procurement nurses.
This innovative course will prepare participants for current and future challenges to their roles that directly impact on the prevention or management of infection. This programme is recommended to all nurses who have an interest in IPC and/or who lead infection control in the organisations where they work in. It will develop clinical and leadership skills through a course of learning and its application into practice.
This programme explores the impact of meeting the mental and physical health needs of patients and staff, while we work in new ways and with new emotional, psychological and physical pressures. This programme is open to all registered nurses, including clinical leads and service managers who want to better meet the complex needs of their patients in an inclusive way.