About Us

InterEducation Ltd is one of the UK’s supplier of Online Healthcare courses for Medical Students in the UK. Our range of available courses, coupled with specialist healthcare topics and areas has meant we have become a key player and have worked closely with the NHS for many years. Since our beginning in 1995, we originally started with classroom tutoring. Come the modern age of home owners regularly using the internet, online courses was the way forward for us and we have since begun working on a moving all of our hundreds of topics onto our online system. By providing our courses online, we have essentially reduced out cost both internally and externally and you will find that many of our subjects come at a very competitive price. Whether you’re looking for your next career step move, or wanting to achieve more qualifications under your belt, then please don’t hesitate in getting in contact with a member of our team.

Family Nursing History From The Old School

When you go through school you’re asked what you think you want to be when you grow up – a daft question really.  No youngster has any idea about what any job involves at that age, unless of course they come from a family of doctors or specialists in any…

Career Changes Aided By E-Learning Models

I have a relative who has been in nursing since leaving school – she did her degree at a big teaching university hospital and has never really thought about any other career.  Things change and move on of course – after a working career on orthopaedics, she suddenly decided to…

In Heat Of Emergency Cool Calm Nurse Essential

There are some truly amazing documentaries on tv these days.  The range from watching someone beetling around the country collecting debt repayments from the lifelong debtors and the sharp end of the crown prosecution service – how they come to the decision to allow police to prosecute in cases.  There…

Nurses Learn To Cope With PIP & Other Ailments

Anyone who has had to spend any time at all in a hospital, be it as an inpatient for treatment, or as an outpatient for day assessment or a procedure, the same familiar old anxieties rise up.  Nurses and procedure operatives are so well trained these days  – they make…

Privateers In The Health Care Industry

I often have to go for blood tests and am amazed how many other folk are always in the queue a while before I get there.  It’s true to say that some of these folk seem to be on the gargantuan side of the equation – I am not.  Having…

Work Experience E-Course Proving A Boon

Having a work experience student in our office for two weeks is an most enlightening period for all of us over a certain age.  Since the advent of these work weeks, it has been our privilege to offer a placement or two to the local upper school.  Our particular office…

E Learning & Tutorials For Healthcare Professionals

When we say medidcal students, it can mean several things these days.  Not everyone going into the medical profession plans necessarily to go into being a doctor, hospital or private home based GP.  By the same token, just saying I want to be a nurse, no longer signals you want…

Changing Career Halfway Along – Online Course Enabled

Knowing how to do a job within the sphere of medicine is something only a very dedicated bunch of folk have to really think very carefully about.  Every aspect of nursing is governed for example by the statutory quality levels laid down.  All student nurses need to have been to…

E-Learning Moved Donor Carer To Full Operative

I have been a blood donor for many years.  Not as many as I would really like to proudly be able to boast, but that was through medical situations.  I was encouraged to join a long time donor when he went to give his 100th donation and watching the mini…

E-Learning In Dedicated Healthcare Areas

There have been so many huge changes in medical sciences in the last few years.  The Cancer charities have pulled together and made one very effective research giant – this alone comes up with new ideas for tackling this still ever present blight.  To be a specialist nurse, you have…