Social Enterprise in Health and Social Care

Mini MBA
ONLINE CERTIFICATE COURSE

Key Info
Location Global
Learning Mode Online
Study Level Mini Master 
Credits 20 Credits
Duration 12 Weeks
Course Level Level 6
Time Commitment 8 hours per week
Start Date 8th September, 2020
Cost Level 1: £950 (6 Modules) Level 2:£1,750 (12 Modules)

Social Enterprise in Health and Social Care

In health and social care, the use of social enterprises started to gain momentum, with active encouragement taking hold during the past decade. Social enterprise remains a good source of health and social care provision. The organisation and delivery of health and social care services is undergoing significant change, with new partnerships, new ways of working, and the development of new practitioner roles. The course aims to provide students with the appropriate knowledge, understanding, skills, and values required for them to work, research or continue their studies in health, social care and allied professions; respond to change and development in health and social care policy, practice, and theory; provide a range of educational experiences, through flexible learning routes and suitable work-based experiences, for a diverse student population; and enable students to learn how to become reflective practitioners and promote learning throughout their careers.

AN ONLINE EDUCATION THAT SETS YOU APART

Top Specialised Institution

Gain global recognition and desired skills from a specialised and quality-assured higher education institution.

Flexible

Choose an online-based education that fits your needs and lifestyle, so you can meet weekly milestones.

Award-Winning Teaching

Learn from our industry-leading Faculty Staff who are experts in their field.

The Programme

The course is designed to expose students to the theory and practice of innovation and entrepreneurship in health care settings, both domestically and abroad. The first half of the course will focus on various aspects of starting and growing a new health care business, whether it is a nonprofit or for-profit venture. The second half of the course will focus on fostering innovation and intrapreneurship in established organisations, such as nonprofit, for-profit, or governmental organisations engaged in health care related activities. During the course you will be able to tailor your learning by specialising in key areas of health and social care and boost your career prospects by undertaking work-based learning.

LEARNING OUTCOMES

COURSES CURRICULUM

Module 1:

Foundations in health and social care

Module 2:

Social value in health and social care

Module 3:

Current issues in health and social care

Module 4:

Social policy for health and social care

Module 5:

Setting up a healthcare facility

Module 6:

Innovation and creative thinking

Module 7:

Human growth and development in healthcare

Module 8:

Research in health and social care with health and physical and mental well-being

Module 9:

Managing health and social care

Module 10:

Critically evaluate relevant policies

Module 11:

Leadership in health and social care

Module 12:

Innovative cases in healthcare

YOUR COURSE CONVENOR

Professor Ola Familoni

Professor of Management, Strategy and Entrepreneurship at LSSE

Certification

This course is accredited and, to be awarded credit, you must
satisfactorily complete written components. Successful students will receive credit, awarded by the Board of Studies of London School of Social Enterprise and Sustainable Economics and International Affiliates. The award will be presented in the form of Advanced Certificate.
Exceptional students will be recognised.

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