OCT in Digital Surveillance

OCT in Digital Surveillance

The qualification aims, through directed learning and structured assessments, to help you develop and gain recognition for your knowledge and skills. There are 2 modules in total, and students must complete both of these modules. Students who have previously completed the Health Screeners Diploma grading module may be eligible to complete a shortened version of HS4305 due to existing prior learning.

This qualification is provided by Gloucestershire Retinal Education Group in partnership with the University of Gloucestershire as the awarding body, and is suitable for individuals who undertake OCT Digital Surveillance. Please see the course map below for further details 


Course Map

Take a look at the course maps for a breakdown of modules that you’ll study to complete the course.

Course Map

Entry requirements

All students must meet the following criteria:

The MINIMUM entry requirement is evidence of a pass at least grade C in Maths and English at GCSE, or its equivalent. If you have evidence of higher qualifications, these should be provided.

Be employed within an international health institution and supported by their employer, so they can be released to engage with on-line distance learning opportunities

Be able to use computer systems and must have (ideally broadband) access to the Internet (www) to complete their distance learning.

For students whose first language is not English, have documentary evidence of sufficient competence in English e.g. IELTS 5.5 overall in both reading and writing.

Course Assessment

You will study the award as a distance learning course whilst in full or part time employment as a healthcare professional working within a health institution.

Each module is 8 weeks duration and is completed by accessing online teaching, self-tests, videos and other resources from our online learning platform.


Course fees

The course fees are £1000, payable in advance.

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