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Course overview

We offer a Non-Medical Prescribing course which employs a blended learning approach that is appealing to the busy healthcare professional of today. The design and structure of our course provides flexibility of study in order for you to tailor your learning to suit your needs.

Please note there is no formal award for this course.

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Part-time - Level 6
  • Riverside Campus, Chester
  • Warrington Campus
  • Marriss House (Birkenhead)
Duration
6 Months

Why Study Non-Medical Prescribing with us?

Key to our blended learning approach are the University’s excellent library and IT facilities. You will be able to access the learning materials provided in an electronic format at places and times that fit around your work and lifestyle.

This Non-Medical Prescribing course meets rigorous professional and academic standards, and prepares the qualified healthcare professional for an extended and enhanced role, which will improve service to patients and give greater job satisfaction through holistic care provision.

This course can be studied at Level 7 (aimed at professionals with an appropriate undergraduate degree and would like to study at masters level).

Riverside Campus, Chester

The Riverside Campus provides specialist teaching facilities for most students in the Chester-based Faculties of Education and Children’s Services, and Health and Social Care

The University took ownership of the former County Hall in Chester in 2010 and transformed it into the Riverside Campus building, which provides exceptionally high quality and state-of-the-art facilities for its two resident faculties. This iconic building in the centre of Chester is just a 20-minute walk from the main Chester Campus.

Riverside Campus houses the Library collections for Education and Children’s Services and Health and Social Care students along with several IT laboratories for 'open access' and teaching use. All of the teaching spaces are equipped with high-grade audiovisual technology and provide an excellent learning experience.

In addition, Riverside Campus provides a 192-seat lecture theatre, containing raked seating and a widescreen capable of showing Blu-ray and HD films.

Dining@Dee, Riverside’s own café and coffee shop, serves hot and cold drinks, snacks and delicious meals. Meanwhile, the Student Space provides social, group work and discussion space for students, with hot and cold drinks vending machines and snack machines available, and students are able to eat their own food here.

Warrington Campus

Warrington Campus

The Warrington Campus provides a close-knit community, innovative courses, and a strong focus on employability and transferable skills.

The campus has a range of specialist training, academic and leisure facilities across its 30-acre site. It is home to the North West Media Centre, the Warrington School of Management, dedicated police training facilities and practical nursing workspace.

With the Department of Sport and Community Engagement on site you can enjoy superb sports facilities for academic, recreational and competitive use such as an astro-turf pitch, fitness suite, running track and sports hall which hosts a variety of fitness classes. We’re also the training base for local Rugby League team Warrington Wolves.

Outside of the classroom, open-access computer labs and the £2.3million learning resource centre and library are available for all students.

On-site catering options include a Starbucks outlet, the Terrace Café Bar and our Garden Dining Rooms. After hours you can relax in the Students’ Union bar and club Twenty10.

Following £12million of investment the Warrington Campus combines the best of long-established university traditions with modern developments.

Visit our News page to get the latest updates from Warrington Campus.

Marriss House

Marriss House (Birkenhead)

Based in Birkenhead, Marriss House will provide the space and technology to equip student nurses to practice clinical skills ahead of a range of hospital and community based practice experiences.

The facilities within this new Health and Social Care learning environment will include:

  • A fully-equipped skills laboratory resembling a hi-tech hospital ward
  • Virtual reality equipment
  • Classrooms of various sizes, as well as smaller rooms for group work
  • A dedicated Health and Social Care library.

Health and Social Care Admissions

Open Evening 2018

Visit us at an Open Evening and find out what it's really like to study at the University of Chester.

Warrington Date

  • Thursday 14th June
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