DN Colleges Group

Degree level: Undergraduate
Awarded by: University of Hull

Leadership and Management in Integrated Services Top Up (Distance Learning)

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Course summary

This programme is designed for anyone who would like to learn more about management and leadership in health, social care and education. It will help to develop the necessary knowledge and analytical skills, as well as provide an overview of the organisational, legal and policy contexts within which leaders and managers operate with a focus on the challenges and opportunities faced in these sectors. This programme is developed to support the career progression of managers who are currently in managerial posts based in a range of sectors from health, social care and education. The programme design is suited to those in full time employment. The distance-learning mode of delivery supports those in full time employment but allows flexibility of access to materials. This mode of delivery suits managers who have not got the opportunity to access a local provider or who have other commitments which prevent their attendance at an institution Career progression is varied and may include: • Regional Manager • Social Services Manager, services manager and service development manager • Family Support Lead Practitioner • Centre Manager • Family Hub Manager • Lead Practitioner • Business Manager Upon completion of the Degree, Leadership and Management in Integrated Services, there is also the opportunity to progress to study at Masters level.


Level 6 Modules: Organisational Leadership Leading and Managing Organisational Change Developing a Resilient Workforce Integrated Services Extended Leadership and Management Project The programme will require approximately 12 hours a week of private study to access materials and engage in wider reading and research. Occasional changes to modules and course content may take place. Students will be notified when applicable.

Assessment method

Assessment Approach A range of assessment methods underpin the development of student transferable skills and make a positive contribution to the students’ learning experience. Assessment is both formative and summative. The diverse assessment strategies meet the varied needs of students and include: Academic Essays Presentations Reports linked to practice

How to apply

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University Campus Doncaster
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Points of entry

The following entry points are available for this course:

  • Year 1

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Entry requirements

Qualification requirements

• Hold a managerial position • 5 years experience within the sector • Level 5 study (HND/FdA or equivalent 240 credit points) in Early Years/Early Childhood Studies or related subject area. • Accreditation of Prior Learning (APL)

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Fees and funding

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Leadership and Management in Integrated Services Top Up (Distance Learning) at DN Colleges Group - UCAS