Quality & Safety in Social Care - Mayo
It is recommended that students allow up to 10 hours per week per 10 credit module for studies.
Who should apply?
This programme has been designed for people working across health and social care organisations in administrative and or practitioner roles, who want to expand their skills and qualifications. Graduates will particularly benefit in pursuing a career path in quality management, audit, compliance, general management, governance, and person safety roles.
Governance & Compliance for Quality
Quality & Innovation
Critical Thinking & Decision
*Exit award available
Applicants require an Honours Degree (H2.2) in any health or social care discipline or recognised cognate professional qualification and 1 year full-time relevant work experience which must be in the last five years.
2 years part-time. Blended learning.
In Year 1, there are a total of 16 days on-site at the Mayo Campus across the academic year (eight 2-day sessions; four in Semester 1 and four in Semester 2). These residential days are typically on Thursday afternoons and all day on Fridays.
In Year 2, students undertake a dissertation. Students are allocated a supervisor for the academic year. Supervision meetings dates are agreed by the student and the supervisor and may be held in person or virtually