This University of Kent validated two-year HND course encourages you to gain a comprehensive understanding of the public and voluntary sectors. It aims to provide an in-depth knowledge of the operation and management of the public sectors, communication, analysis, strategic thinking and time management. Team working and leadership skills are also embedded in the programme. Importantly, the skills you develop on this course are transferable, helping you to achieve your career ambitions.
*Please note that this course is no longer enrolling students.*
Modules of study include:
There are a range of assessments on the course including written assignments, presentations, timed constraint assessments and a project.
Students who achieve this programme of study have entered the police, the immigration service and social services, as well as the care sector. Those who achieve the HND 240 credits may progress to study the BA (Hons) Public Services Management top-up degree at Canterbury College.
48 UCAS tariff points are required for this course, with GCSE English and Maths at grade 4/C or above.
The course benefits from former graduates who contribute to the programme, allowing students to find out about their careers and professional work. The course is also very well connected to employers, and many of the staff have worked very successfully in the sector and are able to bring their professional experience to the delivery of the course.
First-stage study activity field trip: £400.
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We are not currently enrolling new students onto this course, please get in touch.