The Health and Wellbeing Hub offers post registration programmes and continuing professional development for qualified practitioners working across the health and social care sector. We have expertise in a broad range of health and wellbeing areas with a portfolio developed over many years of partnership working closely with employers from a range of public, private and third sector organisations to provide targeted, academic and practice based courses.
The Health and Wellbeing Hub has a strong track record of delivering courses to meet continuing professional development requirements of a variety of sectors.
On offer are a range of short courses and degree programmes designed to enhance key skills, learning, and knowledge. This in turn could help develop professional careers after initial qualification and beyond.
We work across the College of Social Science to deliver programmes relevant to current practice, taking into account the important work-life-study balance that professional students need to thrive. We offer a range of services at different levels. These include the opportunity to top-up existing qualifications to degree level, embark on an MSc programme or attain credits from individual modules which can be used toward a BSc or MSc in the future. Students can undertake study alongside their existing work commitments and use their employment experiences to place theories into context.
All modules and short courses are accessible to self-funding and sponsored students, and subject to eligibility and all our health care courses are approved by professional bodies such as the Health and Care Professions Council and the Nursing and Midwifery Council.
The descriptions below will provide an introduction to users on the four main areas contained on the hub website.
Using the expertise within the Health and Wellbeing Hub we can design and deliver group training specific to your needs. We have an established record of working with health and social care organisations and we utilise flexibility in content and duration to meet the needs of your organisation and respond to the diverse needs of different staff groups and individuals. We offer a range of delivery of our training from face to face, blended learning or online distance learning which enables your staff to fit studies around their existing work commitments.
The University of Lincoln offer a wide range of taught modules which can be accessed throughout the year. These range from 15 credit single modules, through 60 and 120 credit post graduate certificates and diplomas up to full Master's degrees. Study can be undertaken part time or full time and may be delivered fully on site, blended on site and distance learning or fully distance learning. Our CPD portfolio is designed for health, allied health and social care professionals who are looking to increase or update their knowledge and skills in specific areas or develop broader skill sets in new areas.Find Out More
As well as research training the Health and Wellbeing Hub can support organisations in undertaking projects, such as research and service evaluations or bidding for research funds. Larger research activity opportunities can be found through this link.
The University of Lincoln are also able to offer a range of consultancy services by our academics and research staff around health and wellbeing, including policy reviews, delivering advice, expert witness services, keynote speakers, curriculum design, workshop facilitation or one-off training events. Consultancy may range from small, one-off projects to larger/ongoing initiatives.Find Out More