NAPC Diploma in Advanced Primary Care Management
You can apply now for October diploma course to develop the skills for managing primary care at scale.
Applications are now being received for October starters for the National Association of Primary Care’s Diploma in Advanced Primary Care Management.
The one-year diploma has been tailor-made for the evolving landscape in primary care and is run in partnership with the Healthcare Financial Management Association (HFMA) and health and housing legal experts Capsticks.
It offers flexible online learning and is ideal for practice and business managers needing new skills to enable them to manage the transformation of primary care. The June course is full and applicants are encouraged to apply now for October which is the last opportunity to study for the diploma in 2018.
The course has been developed by the National Association of Primary Care (NAPC) in partnership with others, including the Practice Management Network. The curriculum incorporates the learning and experience of multispecialty community providers, integrated primary and acute care systems and primary care homes.
It’s a practical, ‘how to’, focused, service development and business management training diploma. On qualifying, students will receive the equivalent of 60 credits at postgraduate level. They can then apply to study for the HFMA’s Diploma and Higher Diploma which provides a pathway to a full MBA.
To find out more about the diploma, which is funded by NHS England, and the range of bursary options available please email the NAPC team at: email@example.com
For further information visit napc.co.uk/primary-care-home/diploma/