University of South Wales
Applicants must have an:
•Honours degree or
•a postgraduate diploma in a relevant subject or
•a recognised equivalent qualification.
IELTS 6.5 is required for non-English speakers.
Applications are welcome from healthcare and social welfare professionals, community health workers, NGO staff, healthcare managers and logisticians.
Usual accreditation of prior and experiential learning (APEL)/accreditation of prior and certificated learning (APCL) requirements apply.
•Summer School (14 days attendance required).
•Personal Preparation for Disasters
•Principles and Concepts in Disasters
•Protecting Public Health in Disasters
You can exit the course in year one with a Postgraduate Certificate (PgCert).
•Professional Development for Disaster
•Evidence-based Practice in Disasters
•Promoting Public Health
You can exit the course in year two with a Postgraduate Diploma (PgDip).
•Professional Practice in Disasters
•Researching and Evaluating Disasters
Modules are assessed throughout the course using essays, research proposals and field work study; field placements scheduled for August/ September form a central and compulsory feature of the award structure.
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