Short courses in School of Psychology
The school offers a number of short-courses for post-graduate study and CPD.
Are you interested in furthering your knowledge? If so, why not consider one of our CPD courses?
** Please note that this list is currently being updated. For up-to-date information on short course and CPD opportunities, please contact FlexEd@ulster.ac.uk. **
This course links statistical modelling concepts and data analysis to establish a firm knowledge of statistical models to analyse longitudinal data.
This short course will explore the biopsychosocial model of health, advocated by health psychologists.
Foundations in Data Analysis using SPSS - View the Foundations in Data Analysis using SPSS course page
This course introduces methodological concepts and data analysis techniques necessary to develop an understanding of conducting scientific research.
Health Psychology Interventions and Behaviour change - View the Health Psychology Interventions and Behaviour change course page
This short course explores how psychological theories and models of behaviour change are applied to intervention strategies to maintain well-being.
Introduction to Latent Variable Modelling - View the Introduction to Latent Variable Modelling course page
This course provides participants with the knowledge and skills to specify and test a range of statistical models within a LVM framework.
Introduction to the General Linear Model - View the Introduction to the General Linear Model course page
This course provides participants with a firm working knowledge of a wide range of statistical models.
The aim of this course is to facilitate participants to become informed consumers and producers of research.
This short course will explore how psychological theory contributes to our understanding of health and illness.
This course will enhance participants’ knowledge of all aspects of survey methodology.