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Drugs in the Human Body Drugs in the Human Body
Microcredential

Drugs in the Human Body

Drugs in the Human Body builds on the introductory principles governing drug action. [5 wks, avg 10 hrs/wk]

  • Course started
  • 5 wks
  • Avg 10 hrs/wk
  • 900
  • Online
  • Online
Mechanisms of Drugs in Treatment Mechanisms of Drugs in Treatment
Microcredential

Mechanisms of Drugs in Treatment

Mechanism of Drugs in Treatment explores how drugs work as treatments for common diseases, and their use as anaesthetics. [5 wks, avg 10 hrs/wk]

  • Course started
  • 5 wks
  • Avg 10 hrs/wk
  • 900
  • Online
  • Online
Principles of Drug Actions Principles of Drug Actions
Microcredential

Principles of Drug Actions

In Principles of Drug Actions you’ll learn about the fundamental principles governing drug action. [5 wks, avg 10 hrs/wk]

  • Course started
  • 5 wks
  • Avg 10 hrs/wk
  • 900
  • Online
  • Online
Single-use Technologies in Downstream Bioprocessing Operations Single-use Technologies in Downstream Bioprocessing Operations
Short Course

Single-use Technologies in Downstream Bioprocessing Operations

Learn key skills and broaden your knowledge on single-use technologies in downstream bioprocessing.

  • 28 Feb 23 - 02 Mar 23
  • 3 days
  • 3,600
  • On-campus
  • On-campus
CSARM Module E: Risk-based Site Assessment CSARM Module E: Risk-based Site Assessment
Short Course

CSARM Module E: Risk-based Site Assessment

Explore the role of risk assessment in contaminated sites assessment remediation and management, and learn key methodologies for human health and ecological risk assessment. [Pre-readings + 3 days]

  • 27 Sep 23 - 29 Sep 23
  • 3 days
  • Pre-readings + 3 days
  • 1,800
  • Hybrid
  • Hybrid
CSARM Modules C and D: Assessment of Contaminants of Concern CSARM Modules C and D: Assessment of Contaminants of Concern
Short Course

CSARM Modules C and D: Assessment of Contaminants of Concern

Learn about the properties, chemistry and toxicology of contaminants in soils and groundwater, and how to assess the risk of harm to humans and other living organisms. [Pre-readings + 3 days]

  • 24 May 23 - 26 May 23
  • 3 days
  • Pre-readings + 3 days
  • 1,800
  • Hybrid
  • Hybrid
CSARM Module A: Ground Rules for Contaminated Sites CSARM Module A: Ground Rules for Contaminated Sites
Short Course

CSARM Module A: Ground Rules for Contaminated Sites

Learn the essential elements of contaminated sites assessment, management and remediation and equip yourself with an understanding of the current laws, regulations and guidance. [Pre-readings + 3 days]

  • 01 Mar 23 - 03 Mar 23
  • 3 days
  • Pre-readings + 3 days
  • 1,800
  • Hybrid
  • Hybrid
CSARM Module B: Effective Site Assessment CSARM Module B: Effective Site Assessment
Short Course

CSARM Module B: Effective Site Assessment

Find out what you need to know about the essentials of contaminated sites assessments. This course covers regulatory drivers, guidance requirements and methods for investigating contaminated soils, groundwaters and soil vapours. [Pre-readings + 2.5 days]

  • 19 Apr 23 - 21 Apr 23
  • 2.5 days
  • Pre-readings + 2.5 days
  • 1,610
  • Hybrid
  • Hybrid
CSARM Module F: Remediation Principles and Closure CSARM Module F: Remediation Principles and Closure
Short Course

CSARM Module F: Remediation Principles and Closure

Learn about current methods for remediation of contaminated soils, groundwater and soil vapours, and how to write defensible reports. [Pre-readings + 2.5 days]

  • 25 Oct 23 - 27 Oct 23
  • 2.5 days
  • Pre-readings + 2.5 days
  • 1,610
  • Hybrid
  • Hybrid
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