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Train to be a clinical psychologist. This doctoral programme involves learning in both the workplace and the classroom. It is designed to meet the needs of local health services and will give you the skills, knowledge and experience to give excellent patient care. EU applicants should have already made enquiries concerning GBC, be prepared to attend a selection interview and provide a commitment to continue to work within the UK, preferably the local region. UK, EU and EEA students are eligible for NHS funding. Course content The course is made up of day-release teaching, mini teaching blocks (one or two weeks long) and clinical placements. Year one You?ll attend an introductory block of academic teaching and clinical skills training. This is followed by two five-month placements that focus on core skills and individual work, separated by a two-week mini block. During term time, you?ll be at the University for one or two days a week. Years two and three You?ll be at the University for one day each week. The remaining four days are set aside for private study (one day) and clinical work (three days). The second year involves two five-month placements, while the third year involves two five-month placements with some choice of specialisms. In the third year, your specialisms run in conjunction with learning needs and competency development, and may be combined. Each placement except the final one is preceded by a two-week teaching mini block, designed to prepare you for the following placement.

Train to be a clinical psychologist. This doctoral programme involves learning in both the workplace and the classroom. It is designed to meet the needs of local health services and will give you the skills, knowledge and experience to give excellent patient care. EU applicants should have already made enquiries concerning GBC, be prepared to attend a selection interview and provide a commitment...

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