Education

Practitioner Training Programme (PTP)

What is the Practitioner Training Programme (PTP)?
The PTP is an undergraduate route into healthcare science, via an accredited BSc (Hons) in healthcare science.

Academy of Healthcare Science (AHCS)

'The Academy for Healthcare Science (the Academy) approves education providers for the Modernising Scientific Careers (MSC) Practitioner Training Programmes (PTP). It does this by delegating the task of accrediting Higher Education Institutions (HEI) offering PTP programmes to the National School for Healthcare Science (NSHCS), who undertake the accreditation process against the Academy Standards of Education and Training (SET).'

(AHCS, Standards for Education and Training for PTP, Sept 2014)

AHCS Certificate of Equivalence
AHCS Equivalence FAQs
AHCS Equivalence Guidance for PTP 

National School of Healthcare Science (NSHCS)

Information about the PTP course

You can find out further information here:

        Academy for Healthcare Science

        National School of Healthcare Science

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