Short courses

Health and Social Care CPD fees and funding

Details of how much it costs to study our Health and Social Care CPD courses and postgraduate modules, including information on Health Education funding.

Course fees

CPD Short Courses

£95 for a one-day course and £190 for a two-day course (please note these fees can vary depending upon the course) 

Postgraduate Fees - 2019/ 2020

Credits 10 20 30 40 60
Price Per Module £278 £556 £833 £1,111 £1,667

Taught Masters

Full-time price per annum - £5,000

Two year part-time - £2,500 per year

Three year part-time - £1,667 per year

PhD/MPhil/Masters by Research

Full-time price per annum £4,500

Part-time price per annum £2,250

Criteria for 2019-20 Health Education funded places:

Health Education fund a number of places on our accredited and non-accredited courses. This includes funding towards our MSc degrees, postgraduate certificates, stand-alone modules and CPD short courses. 

Funding is available within the academic year and is not guaranteed or necessarily expected to continue beyond that, given the uncertain external climate.

Where funding is not available please see information on course funding above.

Applicants must meet the entry criteria for the programme. 

Modules, Postgraduate Certificates and MSc degrees

For modules, Postgraduate Certificates and MSc degrees, you should be able to attend all taught elements of the module (unless by specific prior written request) and be able to undertake the assessed work in the specified time. Failure to undertake or complete the assessed work (having accepted a funded place) may result in you being invoiced for the total cost of the module. Health Education Humber, Coast and Vale will be notified of non-attendance.

Funding can be accessed by all non-medical staff within NHS health and care providers if: 

  1. The applicant is employed by an organisation providing NHS commissioned services within the Humber, Coast and Vale geographical area - see boundaries
  2. The course helps applicants meet organisational priorities
  3. The applicant provides all information required by Health Education Humber, Coast and Vale (asked for in the application form)
  4. Approval is given by the applicant’s Line Manager and the Workforce Development Lead (or equivalent)

Study Days

Funding can be accessed by all non-medical staff within NHS health and care providers if:

1. The applicant is employed by an organisation providing NHS commissioned services within the following geographical areas:

Humber, Coast and Vale - see boundaries (NB with the exception of TEWV)

West Yorkshire and Harrogate - see boundaries

South Yorkshire and Bassetlaw - see boundaries

2. The course helps applicants meet organisational priorities

3. The applicant provides all information required by Health Education (asked for in the application form)

4. Approval is given by the applicant's Line Manager and the Workforce Development Lead (or equivalent)

If you have any queries about your eligibility please do not hesitate to contact us:

T: 01904 876825 or 876506

E: theadvantage@yorksj.ac.uk

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