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Dietetics and Nutrition


Our Courses

We promote flexibility on our Continuing Professional Development Scheme with many of our modules being delivered over teaching blocks of 3 day + 1 day and some modules delivered as distance or on-line learning. We welcome applications from practitioners who already have a number of existing credits and facilitate individualised courses to ensure practice requirements are met. All our modules are practice focused and offer flexibility in order to develop 'bespoke' degree courses for staff within your organisation; we would be happy to work with you to further develop provision. Individual modules may be undertaken on a 'stand-alone' basis to facilitate flexibility. Funded places* are available.

*NHS staff (or staff from the private/voluntary sector whose organisations either offer placements for student healthcare professionals or contribute to the delivery of NHS services within the Yorkshire and Humber region) may be eligible for HEYH funded CPD places. Please contact the university if you are unsure about your eligibility.

Specialist Facilities

Find out more about our purpose-built Clinical Skills Suite. We also have specialist kitchen facilities which we use for integration of practical sessions within modules.

Degree Courses

Course Level
Postgraduate Certificate in Eating Disorders
This course will ensure you have the foundations to support sufferers of anorexia, bulimia and binge eating.
Masters
MSc Nutrition in Practice
This course will provide you with the knowledge and critical skills to design intervention strategies for nutrition-related disorders such as obesity, diabetes and heart disease.
Masters
Certificate in Nutritional Health Degree
Certificate HE in Nutritional Health Degree

CPD Courses

Module

Course/Module Attendance Details Suitable For

Behaviour Change for Health & Social Care Professionals

The aim of the module is to enhance the interpersonal, counselling and motivational skills of healthcare professionals in order to improve clinical outcomes in client groups.
This module is delivered at level 7.

Dates: 11 - 13 September 2017, 17 October 2017

Duration: 3 Days + 1 day

Masters

Care Co-Ordination: Lead Professional Competencies for Dieticians

To provide Dietitians working in Mental Health, Eating Disorders and Learning Disabilities roles with the competencies required to carry out a Lead Professional/Care Co-ordination role.


COURSE CANCELLED - new dates will be advertised as soon as confirmed Level 5 

Design and Delivery of Psychological Treatment in Eating Disorders

This module provides a low intensity exemplar of a trans diagnostic CBT guided self-help (GSH) evidence based intervention. It will develop an understanding of the underlying psychopathology (psychological dynamics) and aetiology of eating disorders.
This module is delivered at level 7.

Dates: 14 - 16 May 2017, 3 July 2017
Duration: 3 days + 1 day

Masters

Eating Disorders Update 

One-day course for Dietitians new to the area of eating disorders, or for those that would like a clinical update.

 
COURSE CANCELLED - new dates will be advertised as soon as confirmed


 

LEVEL (5)

£120.00

Managing Complex Obesity/Binge Eating in Obesity

To increase the level of skills and confidence to support clients who eat emotionally, binge or who use food as a means of emotional regulation.

 
COURSE CANCELLED - new dates will be advertised as soon as confirmed


 LEVEL (5)

£120.00

Multidisciplinary Practice in Eating Disorders

This module will extend the knowledge of eating disorders by integrating nutritional, physiological, psychological and psychosocial perspectives, current treatments and service user needs.
This module is delivered at level 7.

Dates:13 - 15 November 2017, 9 January 2018

Duration: 3 days + 1 day

Masters

Open Learning Module

This module aims to allow students to develop autonomy in their professional and academic development in a specific area of practice identified by the student and/or their employer. Students are able to gain academic credit for work based learning through the development of a learning contract and academic supervision.

Start date: September and January
Duration: 4 months part-time
Time: 12:00 – 13:00
Can be studied at Degree or Masters level as a single or double module.

Support for Learning in Practice

This module aims to develop the mentoring skills of health professionals who are supporting learners in a practice setting.

Start date: Various - see link to the left
Duration: 4 days

Non academic credit bearing module approved by the NMC and College of OTs

Understanding and Evaluating the evidence

Advanced Practitioners are required to deliver evidenced based practice and therefore use this module to explore different sources of health information and critically evaluate research material from a range of study designs.

Start date: September or February
Duration: 15 weeks Online Module

Masters

Enquiries

HSS CPD Administrator
Leeds Beckett University
Calverley 615
Leeds
LS1 3HE
Email: hss-cpd@leedsbeckett.ac.uk

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