Continuing Professional Development (CPD)
Our master modules form the basis of our continuing professional development (CPD) offering. You may choose whether simply to join a module for the experience of the teaching or choose to undertake assessment of learning, and gain credits.
Enquire about our modules
Planning and developing your career
Planning and developing your career is an ongoing process. We offer a wide range of tools, support and guidance to ensure you select the most appropriate modules to help with your career development within sustainability. Support is provided via our personal development plan that enables you to identify key areas of development to enhance knowledge and performance in your current role or address career aspiration towards a future role.
You are welcome to register for any of our timetabled modules listed below in our calendar, they are intensive five day modules making them ideal for blending with your work and other commitments. Please email Deidre Richardson to discuss anything about module selection if you are unsure.
You gain credits from each passed module you complete and you can use these credits to get either a certificate, diploma or a masters degree.
You'll need to pass four modules to gain a certificate, eight modules to gain a diploma and eight modules plus a dissertation to gain your masters degree.
All applications must be received no later than one week before the module commencement date.
Our tailored training packages can be delivered in-house or at the University to meet the requirements and needs within your organisation or your department. To ensure the most appropriate training is delivered to you and your staff we build your training package via a series of meetings between our subject experts and our Continued Professional Development team.
Get in contact
If you're interested in building a tailored training package then please get in touch:
Business Development and Promotion Officer
Tel: +44 (0)1483 689076
|Professional development modules||Date||Price|
|2019 / 20|
|Environmental Science and Society (ENGM060)||7 - 11 October||£1275|
|Corporate, Social and Environmental Responsibility (ENGM069)||21 - 25 October||£1275|
|Foundations of Sustainable Development (ENGM064)||4 - 8 November||£1275|
|Life Cycle Thinking and the Circular Economy (ENGM058)||18 - 22 November||£1275|
|Sustainable Development Applications (ENGM067)||2 - 6 December||£1275|
|Transitions to a Low Carbon Economy (ENGM184)||16 - 20 December||£1275|
|Ecological Economics (ENGM059)||3 - 7 February||£1275|
|Environmental Auditing and Management Systems (ENGM066)||17 - 21 February||£1275|
|Psychology of Sustainable development (PSYM067)||2 - 6 March||£1275|
|Life Cycle Assessment (ENGM253)||16 - 20 March||£1275|
|Environmental Law (ENGM061)||27 April - 1 May||£1275|
For further information please email Deidre Richardson