Short courses aimed at developing expertise and improving patient care to help you fulfil your potential and boost your career prospects.
As a student on one of our short courses led by the Florence Nightingale Faculty of Nursing, Midwifery & Palliative Care, you’ll be taught by leaders in the field. Everything you learn will be up to speed with the latest changes in practice and help you effectively approach the spectrum of challenges you face every day.
Flexible learning that fits in with you
Fitting in education can be a challenge when working as a healthcare practitioner. But we’ve designed courses that offer the flexibility you need to study around your commitments and slot learning into your current lifestyle. Our work-based learning option gives you the chance to achieve an academic qualification, without putting your career on hold. You’ll learn from your experiences in the field and sharpen skills vital to your role.
Continuous learning, lifelong development
Taking a short course at King’s can be just the beginning of your professional and academic development. Our short courses are individual modules, which make up core and optional components of our degree and diploma courses. When you pass a module, you will receive academic credit, which is a way of quantifying and recognising learning whenever and wherever it is achieved. The amount of credit you receive will vary based on the length of the module. If you decide after taking one of our modules that you want to study a degree or diploma course, then you could use the credit you’ve achieved to count towards your overall credits for your chosen degree or diploma course. This is known as recognition of prior learning (RPL). You can find out more about how it works for degree or diploma courses in the Faculty of Nursing, Midwifery & Palliative Care on our webpages.
Interested in studying one of our degree or diploma courses?
Take a look at the undergraduate and postgraduate courses on offer.
23/24 Application Dates
Term 1 modules will open at the end of July and close 31 August
Term 2 modules will open at the end of September and close 15 November
Term 3 modules will open at the end of January and close 15 March
For Work Based Learning modules, please see individual module pages.
Please note: free standing modules will only run if there are sufficient numbers.