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£640.00 As low as: £600.00Course Title: Forensic Firearms Identification, Ballistics and GSR (FFIBG) Course Length: 5 days Time: 9am – 5pm Date: 12th & 13th September 2019, 3 extra days TBC 2020 Location: TBC Please see full description below. Please note: • Payment must be with the University no later than 15 days before the course starts. • No refunds will be made within 14 days of the commencement of the course; however, substitutions can be made at any time. • Staffordshire University reserves the right to cancel the course if unsubscribed.
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Research Ready: Introduction to quantitative and qualitative research methods Location: Staffordshire University (Stoke Campus) Time: 10am - 4pm (for each date)Learn More
The Centre for Health and Development (CHAD) at Staffordshire University is collaborating with the Faculty of Public Health on this year's CHAD Annual Health and Inequalities Conference in Stoke. This conference will be held on Wednesday 26th June 2019 in the Ashley Building, Leek Road campus, Staffordshire University, ST4 2DF (a short walk from Stoke-on-Trent Railway Station). This includes refreshments and lunch. The conference will start at 09.15 (registration from 08.15) and the programme can be downloaded below (may be subject to minor amendment). A brief description of the event is provided below.Learn More
CHAD & FPH Programme 2019
The NHS Cancer Screening Programme (NHSCSP) recommended triennial updates to maintain your name on their register of your regional Public Health England Screening and Immunisation register of cervical sample takers. For nurses and doctor, it is also a requirement of your registration to maintain current knowledge in any area of work and be able to demonstrate this at revalidation.Learn More