The course registration is from 8:30am and the course will run from 9:30am – 5:00pm. The Course Reference Book and your Certificate of Attendance will be handed to you at registration on the day and will also be available electronically via the NB App and NB Dashboard. You do not need to prepare for the course in advance. We would like you to turn up on the day relaxed and ready for an enjoyable educational experience.
Celtic Football Club
Celtic Park is located about two miles east of Glasgow’s city centre in the Parkhead area.
The stadium lies on London Road. Exiting the M74 at Tollcross, and then following London Road west for almost 2 miles brings you to the stadium. Continuing on London Road further west brings you to Glasgow’s city centre.
If coming from the M8, exit at junction 14, and drive down south on Alexandra Park Street until reaching London Road. Turn left onto London Road and follow until you reach the stadium on your left.
Buses 43 and 64 bring you from the city centre to the ground. Take the bus on Ingram Street, and get off on London Road. Both buses run about every half an hour, and the journey takes 30 minutes.
Buses 61 and 62 pass the stadium on Gallowgate Road, just slightly further away. Both leave from Glasgow’s Central Rail station.
Alternatively, one can take a train from Glasgow Central to Dalmarnock or Bridgeton rail stations (5-minute journey). Both stations lie about 10 to 15 minutes walking from Celtic Park.
From Glasgow Queen Street trains regularly depart for Bellgrove or Carntyne. The journey takes 5 minutes as well, but the walk to the stadium slightly longer (20 to 30 minutes).
Address: Celtic Park, Glasgow, G40 3RE
Free on-site car parking is available adjacent to the Celtic Superstore.
Please note that any off-site parking charges incurred are not included in the course fee.
By attending the course you will earn 6 CPD credits. In each chapter we include a Quality Improvement Ideas box which provides suggestions to stimulate further continuing professional development such as audits and practice development. This additional work can be claimed as CPD credits.
For example, if you highlight improving end of life care as a major area for your PDP for the year ahead and subsequently do 7 hours work of reading the topic, looking at the resources, doing an audit, preparing a presentation, devising a new practice policy/guideline, you can claim a further 7 credits.