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The ATHE level 5 qualifications in Diploma in Management for health and social care provide strategic management skills for those planning to or working in the healthcare sector both internationally and in the UK, including additional units that are specifically targeted at those working in the public sector. Change is a distinctive characteristic of the healthcare sector and it is the strategic managers who should be the first to respond to, and support positive transformation
These qualifications have been accredited to the Qualifications and Credit Framework (QCF). Qualification Accreditation Number (QAN) is 600/4433/0.
- The ATHE Level 5 Diploma in Management for Health and Social Care is comprised of 4 units. Assessment is encouraged throughout the programme utilising variable and creative assessment tools of presentation, assignments,etc.
- On successful completion of a Level 4 qualification in Diploma in Management for Health and Social Care, there are a number of progression opportunities.
- Progress to a degree programme in a higher education institution and claim exemptions for some of the units completed.
The ATHE Level 5 Diploma in Management for Health and Social Care is a 60 credit qualification. Learners must achieve all mandatory units and one optional unit.
Mandatory units (45 credits)
- Facilitating Change in Health and Social Care
- Managing communication
- People Management
Optional unit, choose 1 units from the list (15 credit)
- Management of Activity Provision
- Corporate Social Responsibility
- Resource Management
- Planning a Work Based Team Project
- Finance For Managers
- Planning a New Business Venture
- Manage Sustainability in an Organisation
- Working with Multi-disciplinary Teams
- Empowering Users of Health and Social Care Services
- Health and Safety in the Health and Social Care Workplace
- Employability Skills
- Personal and Professional Development
- These qualifications are designed for learners from aged 19 and above. Learners should have attained Level 2 qualifications (GCSE standard) in Mathematics and English Language, and level 4 qualifications, or can demonstrate competence through obtaining an alternative qualification of similar standard.
- International students need to produce SELT Certificate from English Language Test provider approved by the Home Office, showing that they have achieved level B1 in English Language or equivalent on CERF in each of the 4 components: speaking, listening, reading and writing.
- For more Information on approved English Language Tests, please click here (https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/261533/new-approved-english-tests.pdf)
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