Learning while you earn

Three ‘unique and specialist’ degree programmes – Foundation Degrees in Hospital Engineering and Medical Equipment Technologies, and a BSc (Hons) in Management of Healthcare Engineering Technologies & Facilities – start at Eastwood Park next month, and, the Gloucestershire-based training establishment points out, ‘there is not long left to apply’.

“Perfect for healthcare engineering and facilities management professionals, these qualifications could be the boost you need to progress in your career and advance your skills and knowledge,” Eastwood Park explained. “As a part-time degree, learning takes place primarily in the workplace, through workbooks and online study, which also means you go on earning. Direct practical skills are built up during the four residential study and assessment weekends per year at Eastwood Park.” 

Learning & development manager, Lisa Slevin, said: “Inevitably as a degree programme some elements will test and challenge, which is what further study is all about.  However, there is lots of additional support, so give it a go and get your application in to us for October. After achieving a foundation degree, graduates can progress to the BSc (Hons) Management degree at the end of the initial two years, or may pre-qualify to go straight onto our BSc programme.”

 

 

 

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