We offer a range of courses for industry. Many of our courses award academic credit, and some carry professional body accreditation.
More information is available on the types of courses we offer, including a definition of CATS.
- Ageing & Health (E-learning)
- Biology of Ageing (E-learning)
- Borehole Design, Construction and Operation
- Cancer – Psychosocial Issues, Management of (E-learning)
- Cancer Cell, Molecular Biology & Genetics
- Cancer part 1, Multi-professional management of (E-learning)
- Cancer part 2, Multi-professional management of (E-learning)
- Cancer Pathology and Molecular Applications for Screening, Diagnosis and Treatment (E-learning)
- Cancer/Palliative Care, Ethical Dimensions of (E-learning)
- Clinical Research/Clinical Research (Ageing), MClinRes, PGDip, PGCert, (E-learning)
- Clinical Research Proposal, Designing a; attendance or via E-Learning
- Clinical Research Study Design and Statistics; attendance or via E-learning
- Clinical Research Writing in a Research Setting; attendance or via E-learning
- Clinical Trials; attendance, or via E-learning
- Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, Fundamentals of; Sem 1, Sem 2 or Sem 3
- Cognitive Behaviour Therapy for Anxiety Disorders 1; Sem 1, Sem 2 or Sem 3
- Cognitive Behaviour Therapy for Anxiety Disorders 2; Sem 1, Sem 2 or Sem 3
- Cognitive Behaviour Therapy approaches to Depression; Sem 1, Sem 2 or Sem 3
- Communication practice (Advanced) for school-aged children with autism
- Diagnostic Imaging in Oncology, Developments in (E-learning)
- Engineering Design, Optimisation in
- Epidemiology, Applications to Public Health
- Further Qualitative Research Methods
- Global Health, Introduction to
- Health & Health Care Policy
- Health & Society
- Health Care Quality
- Health Economics
- Health Statistics
- Human Tissue Act
- Introduction to Paediatric Musculoskeletal Clinical Skills - pGALS
- Language Disorders, Advanced Theory & Practice in Developmental
- Leadership Programmes, Personalised
- Marine Engineering Design, Advanced
- Marine Project Management
- Medical Education, MMedEd, PGDip, PGCert (60-180 credits)
- Oncology and Palliative Care, MSc, PGDip (60-180 credits)
- Palliative Care Managing Pain (E-learning)
- Palliative Care Handling Loss, Grief and Bereavement (E-learning)
- Palliative Care Practice: Management of Symptoms (Other Than Pain) in Advanced Diseases (E-learning)
- Pharmacology of Chemotherapeutic Agents (E-learning)
- Public Health and Health Services Research, MSc, PGDip, PGCert (60-180 credits)
- Public Health Intervention
- Public Health Protection
- Qualitative Research Methods, Introduction to
- Qualitative Research Methods, Further
- Quantitative Research Methods, Introduction to
- Quantitative Research Methods, Further
- Renewable Energy, Enterprise and Management (REEM), MSc, PGDip, PGCert (10-180 credits)
- Renewable Energy Flexible Training Programme (REFLEX), MSc, PGDip, PGCert (10-180 credits)
- Research Governance and Ethics; attendance or via E-learning
- Research Skills for Health Care Professionals (E-learning)
- Speech Language and Communication Needs (SLCN), Advanced Assessment of Children with
- Subsea Surveying, Positioning and Installation
- Team Leaders Programme (Accredited by CMI)
Sometimes the 'closest fit' course isn’t close enough. We can create bespoke training to meet your staff’s specific needs.
Our bespoke courses can consider:
- employer needs
- learner needs and outcomes
- access to facilities and equipment
- professional body accreditation
- continuing professional development (CPD)
Unless otherwise stated, ‘accredited’ refers to academic accreditation by Newcastle University and means that participants will be formally assessed against specific learning outcomes. Accreditation may either be at the level of a programme or an individual module. If courses are accredited by the University, this is shown alongside the course title, as displayed in the A-Z course list.
Upon successful completion of full programme, participants will receive a transcript and University Award. Those successfully completing a module will receive a transcript and a Certificate of Credit Achieved that shows the number and academic level of credits awarded.
Many courses also have CPD accreditation from the appropriate professional body - information is on the individual course pages.
This type of course will have no final assessment and carries no University credit, although it may count towards CPD accreditation from a professional body. A Certificate of Completion may be supplied on completion of the course stating the course title and number of CPD hours studied. This is normally sufficient for professional bodies as proof of CPD credit for their records.
Stand alone modules
This refers to accredited modules that are taught independently and not as part of a programme of study. Very often these are modules that cover specific areas of curricula and are more useful for professional students as they concentrate on desired knowledge areas.
Credit Accumulation and Transfer Scheme (CATS)
This refers to the framework that enables the University to award stand-alone module credit. There are also a growing number of awards that can be made by putting together stand alone modules in related subject areas.