Middlesex University’s Nursing, Midwifery and Healthcare CPD provision is listed on the National Workforce Development / CPD (Non-Apprenticeships) Framework. The University has contractual arrangements with NHS Trusts across London to provide CPD in the form of study days, stand-alone modules and longer programmes.
Each Trust notifies the University about which members of staff they are funding to study with us. If you are interested in studying at Middlesex, in the first instance contact your Trust education commissioning manager to check on the availability of funded places. They will be the ones who will decide whether they are able to commission a place on a specific study day, module or programme for you. Without a named, commissioned place, you will need to pay the fees yourself.
If your place on a CPD module/programme is being paid for by another funding body e.g. a charity, or if your Trust does not have a contractual arrangement with the University, you must provide an official letter from your sponsoring organisation (on official paper) confirming their agreement to pay your fees AND you must clearly state this information in the section provided on your application form.
If you are self-funding the CPD tuition fee for 2022/2023 is £63 per credit. This includes students who are enrolled on individual stand-alone CPD modules and those undertaking longer programmes of study e.g. BSc, Postgraduate Certificate, Postgraduate Diploma or MSc.
Please note that for part-time MSc students, the 60-credit work-based project module tuition fee is £32 per credit.
Fees for some Social Work CPD modules/programmes may differ.
If you are paying for your own place on a study day, please contact us directly for information and advice concerning fees.
For advice regarding any of our courses or to talk to us about how CPD could benefit you in your job and your career, please complete our enquiry form.