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Mont Rose College of Management and Sciences

Healthcare Management

UCAS Code: L500

Higher National Diploma - HND

Entry requirements


A level

C,C,C

Access to HE Diploma

D:30,M:30,P:30

Pearson BTEC Level 3 National Extended Diploma (first teaching from September 2016)

PPP

Level 3 Qualification Or Equivalent

About this course


Course option

2.0years

Full-time | 2021

The Level 4 Higher National Certificate provides a solid grounding in healthcare practice, which students can build on should they decide to continue their studies beyond the Certificate stage. The Level 5 Higher National Diploma allows students to further specialise by committing to specific career paths and progression routes to degree-level study.

On successful completion of the Level 5 Higher National Diploma, students can develop their careers in the healthcare sector through:
- Entering employment

- Continuing existing employment

- Linking with the appropriate Professional Body

- Committing to Continuing Professional Development (CPD)

- Progressing to university.

After completing a Pearson BTEC Level 4 Higher National Certificate or Level 5 HND in Healthcare Management, students may progress directly into employment.
HND IN HEALTHCARE MANAGEMENT – INTENDED LEARNING OUTCOMES
- Cognitive and problem-solving skills

- Intrapersonal skills

- Sector-specific knowledge and skills

Modules

Course Contents/Description
The award is made up of 16 units:
Mandatory core units are:

Communication in Health and Social Care Organisations
Principles of HND Health and Social Care Practice
Health and Safety in the Health and Social Care Workplace
Personal and Professional Development in Health and Social Care
Working in Partnership in Health and Social Care
Research Project
Managing Human Resources in Health and Social Care
Managing Financial Resources in Health and Social Care
Specialist Units

Social Policy
Safeguarding in Health and Social Care Courses London
Understanding Specific Needs in Health and Social Care
Contemporary Issues in Health and Social Care
Developing Counselling Skills for Health and Social Care
Employability Skills
Understanding the Learning Process
Managing Quality in Health and Social Care

Assessment methods

Assessment:

Each module in your programme has a set of assessment criteria which you will need to demonstrate to pass the module. You will undertake one or more pieces of assessment (assessment items) for each module and you need to show in the work you present for assessment that the assessment criteria for the module are met.
Assessment items are designated as: practical, presentation, and coursework. The work you present for assessment is varied and could include:

Practical assessments
Data analysis
Case studies
Reflective activities where you look back over your experiences, analyse them with the assistance of relevant theory and reflective tools, and learn from the experience;
Online discussions that you have had with your peers, tutors and invited contributors to the programme;
Oral and written reports;
Journals, blogs and log books
Plans (e.g., action plans, plans for your group activities);
Presentations;
Portfolios of evidence
Subject Benchmark Statement:

QAA Academic Infrastructure, including the Framework for Higher Education, Qualifications and the Code of Practice UK Quality Code for Higher Education Edexcel awards framework.

Tuition fees

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England
£6,999
per year
Northern Ireland
£6,999
per year
Scotland
£6,999
per year
Wales
£6,999
per year

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Course location:

Mont Rose College

Department:

Mont Rose College of Management and Sciences

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