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PgCert Professional Development Chiropractic

Give your development a boost and get a head start in your career.

Course overview

Be the best you can be. Make sure you’re equipped for your future

Newly qualified chiropractor? Want to make sure you have the skills and attitude to help you advance throughout your working career? Our PG Certificate is open to qualified chiropractors in practice for less than three years, helping you become more proficient in a professional role, and preparing you to continue with your professional development. You will study three core units, covering the principles of work-based learning and reflective practice, whilst developing your understanding of managing a professional practice and change.

The three core units are:

• Supported Practice-based Learning
• Learning with Others
• Autonomous Reflective Practice

You will benefit from this course if you plan to complete a Graduate Education Programme (GEP) or the Royal College of Chiropractors’ PRT scheme, or if you are returning to a country with no formal GEP programme, or even if you want to use credits to enrol on an MSc/MA degree.

There’s no attendance on campus necessary for this course, but you will still get all the benefits of studying with us, such as access to our online journals and articles, tutorial support and continuous professional development (CPD) seminars at student rates.

Deadline for applications is end of July 2020.

For general questions on this postgraduate course please use the contact form below.

Key Information

Course title:
PgCert Professional Development Chiropractic
Qualification:
PgCert
Duration:
1 year
Study mode:
Part time (no attendance required)
Typical offer:
You’ve been in chiropractic practice for less than 3 years
AECC University College

Course leader

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Peter Miller

BSc, DC, MSc, PD, FRCC (Orth), FEAC (Ortho), FHEA, DChiro - Principal Lecturer (Clinical Management)

Peter is currently Principal Lecturer in Clinical Management at the AECC UC and teaches myofascial medicine and adjustive technique across a number of units. Peter also leads professional practice in year 2 of the undergraduate chiropractic programme. Peter is framework lead for the MSc APP framework and programme lead for the MSc APP Clinical science and PGCert Professional Development programmes run at the AECC UC. Peter also leads a number of units across the Universities post graduate provision.

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Course details

This career-stimulating course kicks off with an online Induction seminar in October, before breaking down into three manageable units. We aim for you to complete the course in 12 months, but you can extend this for another 12 months if you need to. Don’t worry if you don’t enrol on the PgCert at the start of your GEP Programme - you’re still able to enrol within your first two years of practice.

For a breakdown of what to expect, download the PgCert Professional Development Chiropractic course specification.

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Unit breakdown

"The international and multicultural atmosphere amongst students and staff, you'll have friends from all over the world"

Entry Requirements

How do I apply?


Applications are made through our online application system. You will need to provide your educational history, a personal statement and a satisfactory reference.

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The deadline for receipt of applications is July 31st 2020. Any applications received after this date will not be considered.

 

The PgCert Professional Development Chiropractic course is right for you if you’ve been in chiropractic practice for less than 3 years, are planning to complete a Graduate Education Programme (GEP) or the Royal College of Chiropractors’ PRT scheme, returning to a country with no formal GEP programme, or want to use credits to enrol on an MSc/MA degree.

 

If you’ve already started your GEP and are not enrolled on the PgCert then there are still chances to do so within your first two years in practice.

For more information about our admissions policies and procedures, including our Admissions Complaints and Appeals Policy, please click here.
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Course Fees

The fee for the Pg Cert Professional Development Chiropractic is £430.00.    

For more information about any additional associated costs please click here.

Note: For students to be eligible for funding from Student Finance England, they must be studying on an eligible course at a provider registered with the Office for Students (OfS). AECC University College is registered with the OfS. You can view the register here and search for our name.

Our tuition fees policy and information on any expected additional costs for each of our courses can be found on our latest policies page. Should you have any questions on course fees please contact our admissions team on the form below  

Please note that formal CPD event fees are extra, however attendance at AECC University College CPD Seminars are available at a reduced student rate. 

Please visit our student finance pages for more information on additional costs and fees/funding.


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