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Higher National Diploma (HND) in Health and Social Care (Management) course provides advanced preparation for those who wish to pursue a career in care management or administration in healthcare services. The course focuses on human resources, financial, political, cultural, economic, ethical, industrial, technological and psycho-social aspects of healthcare. The HND in Health and Social Care (Management) course is delivered through lectures and tutorials. Assessment includes assignments, case studies, projects and presentations. Please be aware that you must be able to prove that you have a minimum of 200 hours of relevant work experience in order to be able to complete the HND in Health and Social Care (Management). This is a mandatory requirement of the course and you can complete 200 hours across the duration of your studies (2 years).
Higher National Diploma - HND
London - Main Campus
21 January 2019
Unit 1 - Communicating in Health and Social Care Organisations;
Unit 2 - Principles of Health and Social Care Practice;
Unit 3 - Health and Safety in the Health and Social Care Workplace;
Unit 4 - Personal and Professional Development in Health and Social Care;
Unit 5 - Working in Partnership in Health and Social Care;
Unit 6 - Research Project;
Unit 10 - Safeguarding in Health and Social Care;
Unit 11 - The Role of Public Health in Health and Social Care;
Unit 13 - Managing Human Resources in Health and Social Care;
Unit 14 - Managing Financial Resources in Health and Social Care;
Unit 16 - Understanding Specific Needs in Health and Social Care;
Unit 18 - Complementary Therapies;
Unit 20 - Supporting Independent Living;
Unit 21 - Supporting Significant Life Events;
Unit 27 - Managing Quality in Health and Social Care;
Unit 29 - Health Promotion.
HNDs are assessed through assignments, projects, presentations and practical tasks that you complete throughout the course. If you successfully complete HND, the grades in each subject unit are shown as: pass, merit or distinction. Please be aware that you must be able to prove that you have a minimum of 200 hours of relevant work experience in order to be able to complete the HND in Health and Social Care (Management). This is a mandatory requirement of the course and you can complete 200 hours across the duration of your studies (2 years).
If your application is completed by the following date, it’s guaranteed to be considered:
You will need these codes when you add a choice to your application.
|Campus name||London - Main Campus|
The following entry points are available for this course:
|A level||A Level achievement (‘A’ to ‘E’ grade) that demonstrates strong performance in a relevant subject or an adequate performance in more than one subject. Note: equivalent qualifications are acceptable.|
|Access to HE Diploma||Access to Higher Education Certificate received from an approved further education Institution.|
|Pearson BTEC Level 3 National Diploma (first teaching from September 2016)||BTEC Level 3 qualification in Health and Social Care or another related Level 3 qualification|
As part of our entry requirements, applicants who may not have the necessary qualifications, may be considered through their relevant work experience (3 years minimum). As part of the application process, applicants will be required to provide a copy of their CV and a reference letter from employers.
Do you already have experience of or are you currently working in the Care sector? If so, you must provide proof of this. If you have never worked in the Care sector, you will be required to find relevant work before you will be allowed to start the course. Please be aware that you must be able to prove that you have a minimum of 200 hours of relevant work experience in order to be able to complete the HND in Health and Social Care. This is a mandatory requirement of the course and you can complete 200 hours across the duration of your studies (2 years).
Please click the following link to find out more about qualification requirements for this coursehttp://www.abicollege.ac.uk/courses/hnd-health-and-social-care-management/
Institutions Own Test (IOT)
Firstly the team will look at your qualifications against each course’s entry criteria, your experience and personal statement and if they consider from this that you would benefit from the course you have applied for you will be invited to come to the College for an assessment test in English literacy and comprehension. If you successfully pass the English language requirements, you will be invited for a personal interview.
The personal interview provides you with an opportunity to talk to ABI College staff members about the course in order to ensure that it meets your needs. On the basis of this you will either be offered a place to study with us, or if it is decided that you are not ready for one of our courses appropriate advice will be given.
In some cases, the team may contact you for further information to help them make an admissions decision. If this is the case, please reply as soon as possible to avoid your application being rejected.
|IELTS (Academic)||5.5||All EU applicants are required to hold an accepted English language B2 (CEFR) qualification at a standard commensurate with IELTS 5.5, with a minimum of 5.5 being awarded in Reading & Writing.|
|Channel Islands||£6,165||Year 1|
|Northern Ireland||£6,165||Year 1|