Our Healthcare Management qualifications were designed for managers in various types of organisations including hospitals and care homes in both the public and private sector.
Whilst the core competencies were drawn from the British healthcare system it has also been carefully considered that many managers may wish to use these qualifications abroad and so international healthcare policy has also been included.
ATHE encourages centres to combine the study of ATHE qualifications with a work placement relevant to the unit the learners are studying. All assignments must still be assessed in accordance with the guidelines set out in the Delivering ATHE Qualifications Handbook.
If you are interested in our university articulation for the qualifications below please see our, Management progression routes
- ATHE Level 7 Diploma in Healthcare Management – 120 credit
- ATHE Level 7 Certificate In Healthcare Management – 30 credit
- ATHE Level 6 Diploma in Healthcare Management – 120 credit
- ATHE Level 5 Extended Diploma in Management for Health and Social Care – 120 credit
- ATHE Level 5 Diploma in Management for Health and Social Care – 60 credit
- ATHE Level 5 Certificate in Management for Health and Social Care – 30 credit
Each of our QCF qualifications’ details are contained within a qualification specification document which includes the learning outcomes, assessment criteria, indicative content and further information.
Support from ATHE
As well as the resources and specifications we also provide the following:
- An allocated ATHE contact who maintains regular communication is available for general queries
- An allocated ATHE associate who is available for advice on academic matters
- Health check visits to highlight any academic concerns and suggest remedies
- We also offer our own body of Consultants who can advise on matters such as Educational Oversight and other academic issues.
For suggested assignments, resources and teaching and learning guidance you will
need to log on to the ATHE portal and click on ‘Qualification Guidance’
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