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The programme is linked to National Occupational Standards and National Benchmarks where appropriate, with a strong work-related emphasis. The programme is designed to develop students’ knowledge and critical understanding of well-established principles of healthcare delivery. It provides the opportunity for development of a range of techniques to initiate and critically evaluation of evidence based practice. The programme aims to develop practical skills of problem solving within a dynamic healthcare sector and skills necessary to effectively communicate information, arguments and proposals in a variety of forms to practitioners and service users.
A Level 3 Certificate in Care/Health studies；or
GCSE A levels or equivalent previous educational qualification; or
An AVCE/Advanced GS/NVQ in appropriate vocational areas or Nursing qualification.
International Entry Criteria:
IELTS 4.0 overall band score with a minimum of 4.0 in each of the 4 individualcomponents (Reading, Writing, Listening and Speaking)
Applicants for this course may be required to attend an interview prior to enrolment either in the UK or in the student’s country of origin.
All students must complete and pass all optional and compulsory assignments and adhere to the college’s Tier 4 attendance policy.
Health and social Care in Context
Communication Skills for Health and Social Care Management
People in Organisations
Safeguarding Children and Young People/Adults
Academic writing skills, healthcare research appreciation and evaluation, critical thinking and problem solving skills, self-management and organisational skills.
Upon completing the programme students will gain recognition of personal and professional development. The application of developed skills of critical thinking, problem solving, self-regulation and understanding of evidence based practice will enhance the service delivery within the nursing and healthcare sectors.
Successful completion of this course, student will obtain Level 4 Extended Diploma in Management of Health and Social Care Certificate, awarded by ATHE*. There are a variety of opportunities for students to progress onto Level 5 Extended Diploma in Management of Health and Social Care.
February, May, September
After the first academic year of the course students are eligible for a tuition instalment plan.
Students in this course are eligible for a scholarship of £2000.
*Awarding body may be subject to change
Please note that this course runs parallel to our NCFE Diploma in Health and Social Care.