What is University Module accreditation?
University module accreditation offers an independent evaluation of chosen modules within a university higher education course, verifying that they meet their learning objectives, have high standards of training design and, where appropriate, can be mapped to aspects of the RSPH Professional Practice Framework.
Can my modules be accredited?
We can provide accreditation for designated modules within university courses (Degree, PG Dip / Cert and Masters level) in a wide range of Public Health and Health and Social Care programmes.
How does it work?
Our expert assessors will evaluate your chosen modules, including the topic content, how well they meet the stated learning objectives, the assessment strategy and how well the modules have been aligned to the RSPH Professional Practice Framework or other frameworks as appropriate.
What are the benefits?
- In the fast changing world of public health, our endorsement confirms to potential learners that the content of the modules are relevant and up to date
- Our accreditation provides a point of differentiation in the competitive world of higher education courses
- Usage of RSPH’s accreditation logo on course and promotional materials, offering an instantly recognisable mark that will set your course(s) apart from those of your competitors
- A clear pathway to RSPH student membership for your learners
- We communicate regularly with all the key groups in public health and raise awareness of our accreditation partners and the role they are playing in improving education standards