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Diplomas are given to those who complete a program of study at a technical school or community college. A specialized topic must be studied in order to earn a diploma. Most students go onto better jobs and higher education once they earn their diploma.

A professional studies program is an excellent educational choice for anyone who is interested in pursuing a rewarding career after leaving higher education. This type of program is meant to teach students whatever they need to know about entering and succeeding in the workplace.

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Central College Dublin

The ATHE level 6 qualifications in healthcare management include one 120 credit diploma and two certificates, however we also provide awards in subjects such as finance i ... [+]

Health and Social Care Management (Non-Visa required country)

The ATHE level 6 qualifications in healthcare management include one 120 credit diploma and two certificates, however we also provide awards in subjects such as finance in the public sector, along with others which are listed amongst our management qualifications and are also relevant to working in the healthcare industry.

Whilst the core skills and concepts of management are still very much applicable for a manager in the healthcare industry, there are also many specific areas where managers transferring from other industries may struggle. These qualifications consider and address those areas, strengthening the learner’s skill set for a healthcare manager position.... [-]

Ireland Dublin
September 2020
Full-time
Campus
The New England School of English

Medical English is an After-School Course designed to teach students common English medical terminology as used in a variety of settings. ... [+]

What Medical English Is; What Medical English Isn’t.

Medical English is an After-School Course designed to teach students common English medical terminology as used in a variety of settings. In addition, teachers will highlight some of the ways in which medicine and public health services are conducted differently here in the US from in many other countries. Students will learn vocabulary needed when greeting patients, discussing symptoms and diagnosed with them, as well as the language used in discussing prognoses. Medical English is not a medical course, but an English course, and therefore, students can expect their instructor to focus on medical language and common medical situations rather in general terms, rather than in detail.... [-]

USA Cambridge
Open Enrollment
Part-time
Campus