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Department of Health and Social Care

ATHE Level 7 Diploma in Healthcare Management

Course Description

ATHE's level 7 qualifications in Healthcare Management provide generic management skills for those planning to or working in the healthcare sector with additional units that are specifically targeted at those working in the public sector.

The qualifications deliver the skills and knowledge that meet the needs of managers on a domestic and international level. They offer management qualification routes for those learners without existing business or management qualifications (e.g. with qualifications in other areas) or experience as an alternative to moving straight into an MBA programme.

Learning objectives

The core content of this qualification is for those entering a strategic level of management. With a key emphasis on making that progression from an undergraduate to a graduate mentality, including an understanding of the research skills and personal development expected of a senior manager.

 Level of Qualification : Level 7

  Duration: 9 to 24 months

Assignment

Learners must complete the 6 mandatory units totalling 95 credits and a further 2 or 3 optional units to make a total of 120 credits to achieve the Diploma.

Awarding Body: ATHE

Entry requirements

  There are no formal entry requirements for this qualification. However, it is recommend that candidates should have a level 6 qualification or equivalent work experience in the management area.

  Age of candidate should be at least 18 or above

 The English requirement level for this course is B2 (or equivalent). For the UKBA approved list of English language tests, please visit this link: http://www.ukba.homeoffice.gov.uk/sitecontent/applicationforms/new-approved-english-tests.pdf

 Units to be completed

Mandatory Units (95 Credits)

Learners must complete six mandatory units totalling 95 credits. They must complete either Managing Finance in the Public Sector or Financial Decision Making for Managers.

Unit Title

Level

Credit

GLH

Mandatory

Organisational Behaviour

7

15

60

Yes

Managing Finance in the Public Sector

6

10

40

Yes

International Healthcare Policy 

6

15

60

Yes

Manage Continuous Organisational Improvement

7

15

60

Yes

Developing Organisational Vision and Strategic Direction

7

15

60

Yes

Research for Senior Managers

7

25

60

Yes

Human Resource Management

6

15

60

 

Project Management

6

15

60

 

Programme Leadership

7

10

40

 

Strategic Resource Management

7

15

60

 

Risk Management

6

10

40

 

Managing Stakeholder Engagement

6

10

40

 

Corporate Communications Strategies

7

10

30

 

Leading Organisational Equality and Diversity

6

10

40

 

Sustainable Business Strategy

7

10

40

 

Managing Quality and Service Delivery

6

10

40

 

Exemption policy

The Institute operates an exemption scheme which offers candidates recognition for other relevant academic or professional qualifications. For more information please refer to ATHE exemption policy document, which can be found in the following website www. atheuk.com

Progression

They offer management qualification routes for those learners without existing business or management qualifications (e.g. with qualifications in other areas) or experience as an alternative to moving straight into an MBA programme. [ ATHE (Healthcare Management) Progression Chart]

 

 

 

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