Level 7 Healthcare Management Qualifications

ATHE Level 7 Diploma in Healthcare Management

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.

The ATHE level 7 Qualifications in Healthcare Management 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.

Skills that meet the changing environment of healthcare are the vision and research skills as well as the ability to manage continuous organisational improvement included in the ATHE Level 7 Diploma in Healthcare Management.

Units within this qualification
Title Level Credit GLH
Mandatory
Research for Senior Managers 7 25 60
Managing Finance in the Public Sector 6 10 40
International Healthcare Policy 6 15 60
Manage Continuous Organisational Improvement 7 15 60
Developing Organisational Vision and Strategic Direction 7 15 60
Organisational Behaviour 7 15 60
Optional
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 Communication 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
Other qualification levels
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Qualification specifications
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University Progression Routes

ATHE Level 7 Certificate in Healthcare Management

This qualification includes a solid base of organisational behaviour understanding which is important for all managers and covers the individual behaviour, structures and cultures that help to motivate and organise staff.

Units within these qualifications
Title Level Credit GLH
ATHE Level 7 Certificate in Healthcare Management
Organisational Behaviour 7 15 60
Developing Organisational Vision and Strategic Direction 7 15 60
Manage Continuous Organisational Improvement
7 15 60

Difference between Diploma, Certificate and Award...

A learner’s guide to the Qualifications  and Credit FrameworkAll qualifications on the RQF have an assigned credit value which reflects the size of the qualification.

Qualifications that are 12 credits or less are called, "Awards," those that are 13 to 36 credits are "Certificates" and any qualification that is 37 credits or more is called a "Diploma".

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