PGI’s Cyber Training Recognised by Bournemouth University


10 Jun 2015

PGI’s Cyber Training Recognised by Bournemouth University

PGI is delighted to announce that delegates who have taken its UK Government accredited Cyber Security Awareness (CSA), Advanced Threat Methodology (ATM) and Operational Digital Forensics (ODF) courses may also be granted 'Accreditation of Prior learning status' by Bournemouth University. Under Bournemouth's Individual Unit exemption process, delegates who take and pass all three of PGI's courses may receive up to 40 credits which could substitute for two of Bournemouth's units. This means that successful PGI students may only have to take four more units and a dissertation to gain Bournemouth's Cyber Security and Human Factors MSc (https://courses.bournemouth.ac.uk/courses/postgraduate-degree/cyber-security-human-factors/msc/4923/).

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