This course is designed for students and professionals with an interest in undernutrition.
The course is supported by the UK Department for International Development. It has been designed to explore the complicated problem of undernutrition, highlight its multi-sectoral causes and identify potential programmatic solutions.
The course is hosted on the School's Open Study platform. Please note that these are self-study sessions and that no tutorial support is provided. The course is free of charge to undertake. Participants are required to register their details to access the course.
A printed and personalised Certificate of Participation can be obtained for a fee of £30. In order to be eligible for a Certificate of Participation, registered participants must complete three core sessions (Sessions 1 to 3) and a minimum of 1 optional session (Sessions 4 to 17).
A set of multiple-choice questions can be found at the end of each session. These questions must be answered in order to be eligible to obtain a Certificate of Participation.
*the school is offering an optional certification for £30
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