Health Incident Command PGCert / PGDip / MSc

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William Wetherell

Dear Manchester Metropolitan University

I am writing to request the most recent versions of any records held of the course specification, curriculum and lesson plans of the Health Incident Command PGCert / PGDip / MSc formerly offered by the Faculty of Health.

Yours faithfully

William Wetherell

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Dear William,

 

Please find attached the information held currently in the categories you
have requested. This is the only record we have in relation to the Health
Incident Command course. As the course was discontinued over 8 years ago,
the vast majority of records have been disposed in line with the
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Dear Manchester Metropolitan University

I am writing to request the most recent versions of any records held of
the course specification, curriculum and lesson plans of the Health
Incident Command PGCert / PGDip / MSc formerly offered by the Faculty of
Health.

Yours faithfully

William Wetherell

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William Wetherell

Dear Ms Wallace

Thank you for this.

Yours sincerely

William Wetherell