CPD Opportunity for Healthcare Scientists in Scotland

The University of Glasgow is delighted to be launching a new portfolio of Upskilling Microcredential courses (fully online, with flexible access), commencing on 26th April. Thanks to Scottish Funding Council Funding, over 1,000 fully-funded places are available on these courses for learners currently domiciled in Scotland 


Registration is now open, to secure your fully-funded place. Funded places are allocated on a first-come-first-served basis, with priority given to learners who are: unemployed, furloughed, at risk of redundancy or concerned about their job security. 


These 10-week, fully-online courses are worth 10 credits at masters level and a unique opportunity to upskill, re-skill or prove your continuous professional development. Register your interest now in: 

Project Management  

Introduction to Climate Change and Carbon Literacy  

Intercultural Understanding and Emotional Resilience  

Introduction to Management and Leadership in Healthcare 


Further information on each course, including course syllabus detail, project background and how to contact the team, is available at www.gla.ac.uk/study/microcredentials  


How do I secure a funded place? 

To register your interest in a funded place, all you need to do is visit the course webpage and submit your details using the form at the bottom of the page.  

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