The GOS Institute of Child Health (ICH) has offered a selection of postgraduate modules as short and taster courses for several years.
Short courses are aimed at candidates seeking non-credited continued professional development (CPD) for which they receive a certificate of attendance, upon successful completion of the module(s). Taster courses provide an excellent method of giving health professionals the opportunity to develop their knowledge and skills. Upon successful completion of the module(s) these credits can then be banked and transferred to a UCL MSc, postgraduate diploma or postgraduate certificate within the given time frame.
What are the differences between Taster modules and Short courses?
Participants who successfully complete a short course receive a certificate of attendance, but they are not assessed and do not receive UCL credit.
Participants who successfully complete a taster course are assessed and can gain UCL credit when they register for a full UCL postgraduate programme. They can also request a certificate of attendance if they so wish. Taster students wishing to convert credits earned at UCL to a Certificate, Diploma or Degree programme through 'Accreditation of Prior Learning' must apply within five academic years of taking the taster module.
Participants must state on the application form whether they are taking the course as short or taster. There is also a difference in fees between the two.
When applying, please allow approximately two weeks for your application to be considered and for a response to be sent out.
We are currently very busy with the start of the academic year and do not know yet how many places will be available for short/taster students. We expect to be able to confirm availability from the beginning of October. Contact email@example.com for further information.
Cardiorespiratory Short Courses
Paediatric Short Courses
Neurophysiotherapy Short Courses
|Motor Control in Life, Health and Disease (30 October - 6 November 2019)|
|Paediatric Neurophysiotherapy (20 - 27 November 2019)|
|Neurophysiotherapy: Evidence for Rehabilitation and Practice (8- 15 January 2020)|
** Please note: some of these modules may have assessment days which require your attendance.**
How to Apply
Please download and complete the application form below.
Deadlines for applications will depend on when each module starts. If possible, please submit your application at least 6 weeks before the module begins so that a computer account request and payment information can be processed. Please allow approximately 2 weeks from the point of application for confirmation of your place.
Ways to pay:
- Cheques should be made payable to University College London and must be in sterling (GBP)
- BACS payments - please email the course administrator for payment instructions
- Credit/Debit Card Payment should be paid through UCL Online store once your application form has been processed
Taster course £900.00
Short course £850.00
Please note that if you cancel your confirmed place on the course, a £50 cancellation fee will apply.