Postgraduate Diploma in Applied Leadership and ManagementWe are now accepting applications for entry into this programme which is due to commence in January 2021
Discipline: Nursing, Health Sciences and Social Care
NFQ Level: 9
Programme Duration: 9 Months
Mode of Study: Online delivery
Application Route: Apply direct to GMIT
Current fees are listed on our Fees Page http://www.gmit.ie/general/what-are-fees
This Postgraduate Diploma in Applied Leadership and Management in GMIT has been designed to develop the leadership, managerial, and organisational skills of the Health and Social Care and Public Sector leader and manager.
This programme is designed to meet the needs of the Health, Social Care & Public Sector. The flexible mode of delivery, staged modules and options for exit awards are tailored to provide students with the opportunity to develop applied skills in order to bring about change and real improvements in their workplace and to address the challenges for their sector now and into the future.
The programme is designed around five key themes:
- Impact on the team;
- Leader within the organisation
- Focusing on results
- Emerging Trends – Leading in Uncertain Times
The Postgraduate Diploma in Applied Leadership and Management consists of 6 modules delivered over 2 semesters, each module is worth 10 ECT Credits at level 9.
January – May
September – December
Leadership & Management
|Critical Thinking and Decision Making|
|Employment Law & Finance||Strategic Organisational Dynamics and Change for Leaders|
|Governance and Compliance for Quality||Research Methods|
This programme offers an excellent opportunity for graduates to move to the next stage of their career. It is also of distinct benefit to those who wish to enhance their effectiveness as a leader and a manger in the position that they hold.
Graduates will benefit from enhanced leadership and management competencies and applied skills that will improve their employability and effectiveness as professionals.
Holders of this qualification will be able to capitalise on the opportunities that emerge from reform and re-structuring in the Health, Social Care and Public Sectors.
The entry requirements for students entering these programmes is level 8 H2.2. Recognition of prior learning will be in line with GMIT Academic Code of practice number 6. Prospective students who hold a level 7 degree may be recommended to undertake a level 8 bridging module for example ‘Foundations in Research’ (NURS08142) prior to commencing the programme.
How to Apply
Please complete and submit your application ONLINE:
Please click here to access a user guide (PDF, 336KB) to enable successful completion and submission of your application.
Closing date for receipt of completed applications for January intake is 5pm on Monday, 18th January 2021.
Course Code: GA_SALMC_V09
Please note: Non-EU students cannot apply for part-time programmes, as per immigration regulations
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