Our part-time Dementia: A Person-Centred Approach CPD unit is aimed at people working with those living with dementia who wish to develop their skills and knowledge to provide high-quality care and support.
- critically explore best practice, informed by a person-centred perspective;
- examine current research evidence, theory and first-person experiences of people living with dementia;
- become able to critically reflect on your own practice;
- plan where changes can be made to your practice/area of work to enhance the care, support and wellbeing of people who are living with dementia.
Teaching will be delivered by experts in the field – including people who are living with dementia – and will make use of both face-to-face and online methods.
You will be required to attend face-to-face sessions at The University of Manchester on seven days across the unit. You will be able to access the course materials and e-resources from The University of Manchester Library throughout the course.
- See more information on the content of the Level 6 (undergraduate level) unit
- See more information on the content of the Level 7 (postgraduate level) unit
Level of study and credits
The unit can be studied at:
- Level 6 (20 credits) as a standalone unit or combined with other units as part of a diploma/degree pathway;
- Level 7 (15 credits) as a standalone unit or combined with other units to build a master's degree.
Dates, fees and how to apply
This unit will next start on 1 February 2018.
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