This is a stand alone 10 credit module in management specifically designed for those health professionals who wish to develop new skills and knowledge in healthcare management.
Provide students with appropriate knowledge and personal skills to enable them to contribute effectively to the management of health services
Programme will provide opportunities for the student to develop and enhance their knowledge of relevant management theory, tools and best practice
This programme places an emphasis on self-directed learning with workshops and online material to support students in achieving their learning outcomes. This approach to learning creates an exciting and stimulating environment that is student and practice focused. The ratio to staff to student is low which provides students with a great opportunity to develop and learn.
For information on fees please visit our website at www.wit.ie/pgfees
This 10 credit level 9 special purpose award will be delivered over one semester using a blended learning approach.
The programme will be delivered using workshops spread over the semester with online work being completed by students in between the workshops.
|Delegation, negotiation and conflict||Culture|
|Resource planning||Employment legislation|
|Performance monitoring (HIQA standards)||Resilience and motivation|
Working as a healthcare professional, eg registered nurse.
Hold a minimum of an NFQ Level 8 degree in Nursing.
Applicants who do not hold the standard qualifying NFQ Level 8 qualification criteria, but have relevant work experience may be considered for admission to the programme under the Institute’s Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) process and subject to an interview.
Applicants whose primary language is not English must submit evidence of competency in English. Please see our website for more details www.wit.ie/englishrequirements