IAT HE Diplomas
Level 6

What is the level 6 diploma?

Our Level 6 Diploma continues on from Level 5 and upon successful completion you will gain a full IAT HE Diploma. The highest level of our Diplomas covers more detailed learning units in pain and distress in laboratory animals, as well as the use of genetically altered mice for phenotyping. The student also has the opportunity to sign up for units in subjects such as establishing a culture of care, influencing people with integrity, and managing and developing teams. There is also a Project unit where you are given the opportunity to develop your own research project with the guidance of our expert tutors.

Students that have completed the full IAT HE Diploma, which must include the Experimental Design for in vivo Research course, are eligible for IAT Fellowship

Thesis / project

Sep 2024

The aim of this unit is to allow the learner to demonstrate the broad range of skills and knowledge they…

Strategic thinking

Oct 2024

This unit will provide the learner with the opportunity to develop an understanding of strategic thinking and the range of…

Managing change

Nov 2024

The purpose of this unit is to provide the learner with the opportunity to investigate the process of change management…

Managing and developing teams

Jan 2025

This unit will provide the learner with the opportunity to investigate processes and models involved in developing and managing effective…

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Unable to access higher education because of financial reasons?

We work with AS-ET, an educational charity that can provide funding to those that are unable to cover the costs of a course/courses. AS-ET is a registered charity that was created with the objective of distributing grants in order to advance education and promote excellence in the care and welfare of animals in science.

Please bear in mind that the number of bursaries available from AS-ET are limited.

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