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Next steps

Congratulations on reaching the last week of Biosecurity for the Next Generation! We are delighted you have taken this journey with us and thank you for your engagement in the comments and for providing feedback.

Don’t forget that you can download and share all course materials for non-commercial use. We would love to hear your thoughts and feedback on the course on either the FutureLearn site, twitter using #nextgenbiosecurity, or directly by email.

Prove what you’ve learned with a certificate

Now you’ve reached the end of the course, there is still time, if you want a record of your course, for you to upgrade your course for a Certificate of Achievement when you are eligible.

The Certificate of Achievement is a great way to prove what you have learned on the course and is evidence of your Continuing Professional Development. This is a personalised certificate and transcript, detailing the syllabus and learning outcomes from the course. It comes as a printed certificate as well as a digital version which you can add to your LinkedIn profile. To qualify, you must have marked at least 90% of the steps in the course complete and achieved at least 70% across any tests.

Upgrading will also give you unlimited access to the course. You can go at your own pace and return to the material whenever you like, with access to the course for as long as it exists on FutureLearn.

Learn more and upgrade.

If you have enjoyed this course format and would like to take your studies in the subject area further, then visit the list of FutureLearn courses again and have a look at their other courses - new courses are being added all the time.

And if you have been inspired to study the subject area in even greater depth, then please visit the University of Bath’s Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences website and find out about opportunities for study at both undergraduate and postgraduate level. Particularly relevant to this course, are the programmes offered by the:

The Department’s website provides details of the research the University is undertaking in this area.

You can also visit course partner Biosecure’s website for more information. Biosecure offers bespoke professional training in the field of biosecurity and would be delighted to help you organise further courses in this area for you and your colleagues.

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Next Generation Biosecurity: Responding to 21st Century Biorisks

University of Bath