City University London Short Courses
Access VBA Programming teaches in-depth Access VBA programming techniques that enable the developer to go beyond capabilities offered by basic Access usage and smooth out the rough edges that Access leaves behind. This fully hands-on course provides hundreds of example programs that you can modify and deploy in your own database work.
This day is developed for nurses who wish to have an insight as to the adolescent’s development and the key issues around, body image, developing sexuality, the use of contraception, sexually transmitted infection, teenage pregnancy and abortion.
This introductory course will support nurses and healthcare assistants in understanding swallowing difficulties. The hands on workshop will also highlight common approaches to managing swallowing difficulties, both in acute and community settings. This course is tailored to healthcare staff working in elderly care or neurology specialties.
This short course will teach you how to design and implement complex windows applications using the latest .NET C# techniques. Book today.
Advanced AutoCAD: 3D Drawing Production part-time course is intended for those who want to produce photo-real 3D viewing models using AutoCAD 3D.
Develop and refine coaching styles and techniques on this Advanced Coaching Skills course covering coaching interventions, ethics and coaching programmes
This is a course for people who have some experience of database design and querying and who are now looking to take these skills to a high level of professional sophistication.
This Advanced Linux Network and Systems Administration course provides valuable practical knowledge on network configurations and troubleshooting.
This short course teaches CSS theory and practical strategies for turning graphical mockups into functioning CSS-styled websites. Learn more here and enrol.
This interactive neonatal study day is suitable for ANNPs and Senior neonatal who need to update clinical knowledge and skills in contemporary and current evidence based neonatal issues.