New Certificate Course On The Human Reproductive System Tells About Birds and Bees and Much More

/ Find out what you really ought to know about the Human Reproductive System in ALISON’s latest free online course offering. ALISON is a UNESCO award-winning educator with two million registered learners worldwide. has today announced the launch of its latest free online course, Introduction to the Human Reproductive System, aimed at healthcare professionals who would like to further their knowledge and understanding of the human reproductive system and students of biology, anatomy and physiology.

Unlike most anatomical systems in the human body, the reproductive systems in the male and female are completely different in structure but both work together to play a vital role in the production of offspring.

Neatly structured in five modules: Introduction to the Reproductive System; Introduction to the Male Reproductive System; Introduction to the Female Reproductive System; Introduction to the Intrauterine Development; and Introduction to the Reproductive System Assessment, this course explores the necessity for reproduction and provides learners with an understanding of the structure and functions of the reproductive organs and how the fetus develops from fertilization to child birth and post child birth.

Commenting on the launch ALISON CEO & Founder, Mike Feerick, stated that, “This is another high quality interactive certificate course to complement our existing suite of anatomy courses on Alison. Already we have noticed a very significant uptake from learners interested in healthcare globally, and I am pleased to announce that we have plans to launch a diploma course in human anatomy and physiology later this year, which will further enhance learners’ healthcare qualifications.”

Introduction to the Human Reproductive System, through, is an equivalent standard to FETAC Level 5 and QCF (UK) Level 3.


ABOUT ALISON (Advance Learning Interactive Systems Online) is revolutionizing global education and training through the provision of free interactive multimedia basic education and workplace skills training courses with certification online. With two million registered learners and 300,000 graduates worldwide, courses on ALISON are freely available from well-known multinational organisations to individual subject-matter-experts. Irish-based ALISON was founded in 2007 as a for-profit social enterprise. ALISON stands for "Advance Learning Interactive Systems Online".

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