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The ‘Managing People Professionally’ and ‘Professional Interpersonal Skills with Patient and Relatives’ programmes have 9 sessions in a course. Each session is a different module. It is advisable you attend each session in sequence to ensure continuity, however if you miss a specific module/s, you can follow these with another group (subject to availability).

Each PISP session is 4hrs long excluding 30 minutes coffee break.

7 MPP sessions are 4 hrs long and 2 MPP sessions are 3hrs long, excluding 30 minutes coffee break.

Refreshments, in the form of water, tea, coffee, juices and biscuits are provided during the break.

Yes the ‘Managing People Professionally’ and ‘Professional Interpersonal Skills with Patient and Relatives’ courses are both accredited and pegged at Level 5 with the MQF. City of Glasgow College is the Credit Rating Body. For more information visit: https://scqf.org.uk/the-framework

Each student will need to achieve a minimum of 85% attendance and a pass in the assessment.

The assessment involves written pieces of work that are developed during the course of the programme and are to be submitted at the end of the course as part of a professional portfolio. These shall be assessed by the lecturer and quality assured by the Credit Rating Body.

In the unfortunate event that a participant does not pass the assessment, s/he will have the option to resit and if that fails the student will be awarded a certificate of attendance on the course. This certificate does not carry any credit rating and is not pegged to the MQF.

In the event a participant does not obtain the 85% attendance requirement by the end of the course, the person can recoup the missed class with other groups being organised during the year. If the participant does not follow additional classes to make up the 85% attendance, he/she will not receive any certification.

The trainers take the attendance during each session. You are responsible to make sure that you sign the attendance sheet so that you are registered for the module. No amendments to the attendance sheets shall be made post training session, even in cases where the participant claims having forgotten to sign the said attendance sheet.

Yes. EMCS provide free transport to and from the training venue. The transport needs to be booked from the following link: https://maltahealthtraining.com/transport.  If you would like to book transport, transport will automatically be booked for the duration of the course, ie 9 weeks. 

Should you wish to cancel transport at any point kindly advise us 24hours in advance. Failure to do so on 2 occasions will lead to forfeiture of transport provision.

Should the participants wish to travel to the training venue using their own means of transport, ample on street car parking is available next to the training venue.

Trainees will be dropped off/picked from the assigned pick up/drop off point. List of pickup and drop off points can be found on the website, on the transport application page https://maltahealthtraining.com/transport/