The brain is the physiological dimension where memory and learning functions occur. Participants are introduced to neurobiology and, broadly, to what is known about the physiological interactions and inter-dependencies within the brain and between the brain and the other parts of the nervous system. The main parts and functions of the nervous system are introduced, including the Central Nervous System and the Peripheral Nervous System. This online Short Course also provides overviews of the known functions of the neuron and the synapse, neural pathways, cortical regions, neurotransmitters and the limbic system.
The fee for this short course will be $396.00.
There are no specific entry requirements to enrol in this short course, however, it is suitable for students who have successfully completed an undergraduate degree in disciplines such as Education, Psychology, Social Work or Medicine, or have other relevant studies and/or experience.
|Course Type||Short Course (Professional Development)|
|Fees||For detailed information on Course Fees, visit Short Course Fees|
|How to Apply||
For direct access to the course, visit https://cpd.cqu.edu.au/
Tertiary Admission Centre Codes (TAC) Codes
This course provides Professional Development for teachers, clinicians, academics and other professionals who would like to complete studies in a flexible and self-paced environment to gain neuroscientific insights to inform teaching practices.
Undertaking this course enables teachers to meet Continuing Professional Development obligations for registration. For other professionals, it may contribute to industry update requirements and enhance professional knowledge and practice. Upon successful completion of the course, students will be awarded 50 Continuing Professional Development (CPD) hours and a CQUniversity Certificate of Completion.
Study Mode Definitions
*All study modes may include Vocational placement and/or work integrated learning.
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