Health and applied sciences courses: fees and how to apply
Our modules have been banded into the following price brackets. Please note: Although these are standard fees for Health and Applied Sciences CPD modules they may vary and we would recommend that you check with the CPD team via email at email@example.com.
Self-funding students are required to pay in full either at or before enrolment or by direct debit over three to six months.
Course dates are now located under each individual module. These can be found when you click the Apply Now button on the course entry.
How to apply
Apply online for our professional development short courses and study days.
Employer/sponsor funded students
Sponsored/part-sponsored students will need proof of sponsorship at the time of enrolment. This could be by either of the following:
- A letter on your sponsor's headed paper signed by an authorised person in the organisation concerned
- Completion of an Authority to Invoice Fees form signed by an authorised person in the organisation concerned
Health and applied sciences funding
You may find the opportunities below useful to assist you in securing some funding towards your work-based learning. Often these sources will fund part or full-service improvement work.
Remember that a sound business case to your employer can often attract funding. Your Programme Leader or work-based learning supervisor can support you to develop a proposal.
- Arts, Health and Wellbeing (variety of sources)
- British Geriatrics Society
- Burdett Trust for Nursing
- The Nightingale Fund
- General Nursing Council
- Queens Nursing Institute
- RCN Foundation
- Royal College of Nursing
- Welcome Trust
- Winston Churchill Memorial Fund
RCN Foundation professional bursary scheme
Bursaries of up to £5,000 are available for career development activities, which focus on primary care nursing or long term/chronic conditions. This includes, for example:
- mental health
- children's/young people's services
- older people
Open to all nurses and midwives currently registered in the UK, and healthcare assistants/assistant practitioners based in the UK, who will be undertaking their learning and development in the UK between 1 January 2019 and 1 January 2020.
The closing date for applications is Friday 19 October 2018 at 17:00.