Why study for a Nursing degree? The future of Nursing is leading change and advancing health, requiring 80% of nurses to hold a BSc Nursing degree. Preparing nurses to lead the change in healthcare services, and help nurses develop the critical thinking skills to do so. Nurses with graduate degrees are more likely to report […]
Why should you choose this course at CSM Academy International? The University of Stirling is the longest-running provider of postgraduate qualifications in Dementia Studies where students learn from an experienced group of world-leading academics, with reliable and established research records. Plus real sector experience and a wealth of world-class publications who will support you […]
The Clinical Research Programmes offered are: WSQ Diploma WSQ Specialist Diploma WSQ Graduate Diploma
Covid:19 The Value of Training in Difficult Times To Skill or Not to Skill, that is the question, but Today we have an Answer for You! Learn as we debunk the myths about reskilling/upskilling on The Value of Training in Difficult Times during COVID-19. A Public and Private Collaboration Workforce Recovery Initiative with Get free […]
Course Preview: Dementia Studies Oct’20 intake From 2019 and 2020, The BSc Nursing & Health and then the MSc Dementia Studies respectively were approved for CCMDA funding. Nurses and other healthcare professionals working in Community Care could get 90% course fee sponsorship from their employers.
Click on the link below to view the press release by University of Dundee (in Nursing Times, UK) talking about the collaboration of Nursing & Health Degree with CSM Academy International. Press Release by University of Dundee Scottish university to run nursing course in Singapore 31 MAY, 2018 BY TOM DE CASTELLA The University […]
A father has lost his legal challenge against a fine for taking his daughter out of primary school on an unauthorised holiday during term time. The Supreme Court ruled against Jon Platt, who had won earlier legal battles against a £120 fine in a case brought by the Isle of Wight council. Mr Platt said […]
Female head teachers in England’s secondary schools will remain an under-represented group for a quarter of a century, a study has found. The research notes that there has been an increase in the overall proportion of female head teachers between 2001 and 2015, from 25% to 38%. But it finds the proportion of women heads […]