Newcastle University Developed a new qualification in Clinical Research for the Department of Health, to equip students with all the skills identified by their strategy.
In response to the learning needs and criteria identified, the University developed a post graduate level Dental Implant Course.
Due to curriculum change, which placed more emphasis on creative opportunity for pupils, schools were expected to get young people using their imagination. We worked closely with advisers and consultants to develop a course to raise the confidence of teachers in the area of creative writing.
Methods of pharmaceutical development are changing more rapidly than the skills base in the bioprocessing industries. Organisations of all sizes need to ensure that staff can function effectively within the new regulatory frameworks arising from changes made by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
A lack of skills in geosciences has been recognised in recent years as a national problem. The School of Civil Engineering and Geosciences responded to this gap by introducing a new flexible learning MSc programme in Applied Hydrogeology and Water Management.
The postgraduate certificate in Minimal Access Surgery – keyhole surgery - is the latest in a number of new courses developed by Newcastle University to address employer training needs for the NHS and regional industry.
Staff from the Geomatics group within the School of Civil Engineering and Geosciences at Newcastle University worked alongside Ordnance Survey staff to develop a three day course that would increase staff understanding of GNSS
Newcastle University was selected as the preferred supplier for 19 Directors, senior managers and senior engineers from China North Industries Group Corporation.