Continuing Professional Development
For further information about our CPD programmes in international development, please contact Dr Séverine Deneulin.
- email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Tel: +44 (0) 1225 38 6805
Our Department provides flexible and accessible courses which can complement your existing work commitments.
Courses are available in a variety of delivery formats and styles:
- Week-long courses
- Day release schemes
- Distance learning
They can be taken as one-off study opportunities or can be used towards a degree award.
|Unit||Type||Book your place|
|Wellbeing Assessment in Public Policy and Development Practice (SP50242)||One week intensive residential course in Bath||enrol now »|
|Wellbeing Assessment Research Project (SP50243)||Available off-campus (SP50242 is a prerequisite)||enrol now »|
|Wellbeing: Concepts, Measurement and Policy (SP50230)||Available off-campus via e-learning||enrol now »|
|Foundations of International Development (SP50254)||Available off-campus via e-learning|
|Ethics and Public Policy (SP50231)||Available off-campus via e-learning||enrol now »|
Postgraduate Certificate in Professional Development
This postgraduate certificate is aimed at professionals who work in the area of poverty reduction, justice and international development. It is delivered entirely via distance-learning using e-technologies (with the option of one-week residential course in Bath) and includes a mixture of e-lectures, readings and interactive seminars.
The programme runs over a period of two years and participants study on a part-time basis (approximately 5 hours per week) enabling them to fit their study around work commitments.
You are able to tailor the programme to meet your professional development requirements. You will:
- Study two compulsory units (totalling 12 credits).
- Select from a range of optional units (totalling 18 credits).
|Wellbeing: Concepts, Measurement and Policy (SP50230)||6 credits|
|Integrated Professional Development||6 credits|
Optional Units (18 credits)
|Wellbeing Assessment in Public Policy and Development Practice (SP50242)||6 credits|
|Ethics and Public Policy (SP50231)||6 credits|
|Foundations of International Development (SP50254)||6 credits|
|Wellbeing Assessment Research Project (SP50243)||12 credits (SP50242 is a prerequisite)|
|Wellbeing & Human Development: Extended Essay||6 credits|
To join the programme, applicants must possess:
- A relevant university degree and/or relevant professional experience.
- An advanced level of English (listening, reading and writing skills).
- A good internet connection and webcam.
Fees and applications
- Course fee: £2,570 (2011/12)
- To apply, please email a copy of your CV and a statement of interest to Dr Séverine Deneulin email: email@example.com