Communicable Disease Control & Non-Infectious Environmental Hazards
The course is delivered over five days through small group teaching and case based practical exercises. The full five day course can be attended without assessment, or you may choose to complete an academic piece of work to gain 15 Masters level credits.
The fee for the full course is £695 or £150 for either one day Outbreak Management or Environmental Hazard units. Reduced rates apply for group bookings and for delegates working within charitable organisations.
Specialty units include:
Health Protection; Information for Action Outbreak Management
Outbreak Management one day CPD course - 28th March 2017 (£150)
This one day CPD session is aimed at
those with only a basic understanding and familiarity with the underlying
concepts, risk assessment and management of Outbreak Management. The course
is delivered by Consultant Epidemiologists, Consultants in Communicable Disease
and Epidemiological Scientists.
On completion of this session and
should be able to:
constitutes an outbreak and describe how outbreaks are detected and
steps involved in outbreak investigation and management and describe how analytical studies can be
used to identify outbreak sources.
The day will involve working in small
groups using the knowledge acquired during the session to exercise 'responding
to an outbreak' through a case study.
Environmental Hazards one day CPD course - 29th March 2017 (£150)
This one day CPD session is aimed
at those with only a basic understanding and familiarity with the underlying
concepts, risk assessment and management of environmental hazards. The course
is delivered in two parts a lecture and small group discussions format
to gain an understanding of:
The scope of environmental hazards, how they may impact on a populations
health and the complexities associated with assessing the impact
The principles of assessing and managing environmental hazards using
examples, including consideration of the legal framework and the roles
and responsibilities of the various organisations involved
Working in small groups using the acquired knowledge work through a
hypothetical scenario to examine how environmental hazards are practically
The course is designed to be as
practical and interactive as possible to provide the opportunity for candidates
to really appreciate the underlying theory and the complexities of managing
environmental hazards in the real world.
Dates: 27th 31st March 2017
Fees: £695 full five day course or £150 for each one day unit.
Reduced rates apply for group
bookings and for delegates working within charitable organisations.
information about the full five day course or either one day unit please contact Andrew Shearing: