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Study a course that can prepare you for a career in sport and exercise psychology. You gain the Stage 1 Qualification in Sport and Exercise Psychology (QSEP) awarded by the British Psychological Society and prepare for the stage 2 qualification required for chartered status .
- 1-2 Year(s)
- Part-time / Full-time
- Collegiate Campus
Gain a greater understanding of how humans develop, mentally, socially and behaviourally, throughout life, from infancy to old age, on a course accredited by the British Psychology Society. As well as gaining Graduate Basis for Chartered Membership (GBC) required to start your career as a psychologist, you also gain research skills and a professional level of understanding in this specialist area.
Learn how to use clinical cognitive neuroscience in a range of contexts with both healthy and neuropathological groups, such as individuals with head injuries or Parkinson’s disease. As well as developing an academic understanding of the subject, you learn practitioner skills, including how to use elcectroencephalographic (EEG) and eye tracker machines, as well as analyse magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scans. You also have the option to take a six month work placement with professional clinical neuropsychologists.
Improve your approach to work and study in health psychology on a course that allows you to progress to stage two of the British Psychological Society (BPS) qualification, the next step towards conferment as a registered health psychologist.
Explore the science of thoughts, feelings and behaviour on this British Psychology Society accredited course.
- 3 Years
- Collegiate Campus
Study a course that provides the qualifications and skills to pursue a career as a psychologist. Designed for non-psychology graduates, completing the course qualifies you for the Graduate Basis for Chartered (GBC) membership of the British Psychological Society (BPS).