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THE TVLC BUSINESS SKILLS COURSE & HOW TO APPLY 

Now open for applications to attend in 2019 and for a funded place on the course.

 

TVLC Business Skills course

In 2016 Urgo Medical introduced The Tissue Viability Leading Change (TVLC) Business Skills Course to equip Tissue Viability clinicians with the skills and knowledge required to take a service based idea/project through the different stages to successful implementation.


Now fully accredited by the University of Huddersfield, the TVLC Business Skills Course is in line with Masters level requirements and on successful completion will provide students with 30 credits at MSc level.

This course may be taken as a stand-alone module or can contribute towards a Tissue Viability MSc.

Students will be required to complete 30 hours of face to face classroom teaching which will be scheduled over eight days in four two day modular sessions from April to July 2019. Each student registered on the course will receive access to resources available to all University of Huddersfield part-time students, including the University online virtual platform (Unilearn), the library and student support mechanisms.

 

When Are The 2019 Course Dates?

The TVLC Business Skills Course will run during 2019 at the University of Huddersfield on the following dates, students must complete 30 hours of classroom learning and must attend all four modules below.

Module dates:

- 30th April - 1st May 2019

- 21st May – 22nd May 2019

- 25th June – 26th June 2019

- 23rd July – 24th July 2019

 

Who Should Apply?

Those who are already managing or leading a tissue viability or wound care related service.

Any Health Care Professional within a Tissue Viability or other wound care service that have identified a need for service change in the workplace, have a strategic idea or project and are currently at Band 6 or above.

How do I apply for a funded place on the course?

Applicants are required to submit an outline of their service based idea or project in no more than 500 words. Your work/service based project will form a key part of your learning throughout the course and final assessment.

Applications for a place on the course are now open and will close 4th January 2019

Places are limited. To apply, please contact your local Urgo Healthcare Partnership Manager or email your application as per the guidelines above to:

Farida Sollitt Training Manager, Urgo Medical UK:    f.sollitt@uk.urgo.com

 

 

 

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