Written by Manchester Metropolitan University, published 20/06/2023 
Places are available for clinical and non-clinical staff to undertake the Chartered Manager Health and Social Care Degree Apprenticeship, with integrated Mary Seacole Programme. This is provided by Manchester Metropolitan University and NHS Leadership Academy. 

Why should you start this apprenticeship? 

Established course from a leading university provider 
Developing highly effective health and social care management professionals 
Delivered locally and nationally 
The programme gives apprentices the chance to deliver projects, not just in a theoretical sense, but to have a lasting legacy for us as an organisation and for our patients. 
Patrick Reihill, Talent Manager 
Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust 

About this course 

The Chartered Manager Health and Social Care Degree Apprenticeship, with an integrated NHS Leadership Academy Mary Seacole Programme, is a practice-focused leadership programme for early career leaders. Apprentices will earn a full honours degree and one of the NHS’s most popular leadership programmes, all fundable via the Apprenticeship Levy or through 95% government support. 
The two-year accelerated qualification is ideal for health and care professionals whose role involves driving improvements in care quality and managing key delivery challenges. 
Graduates will be recognised as a Chartered Manager by the Chartered Management Institute (CMI). 

Get in contact 

For more information, an informal chat or to ask any questions, please contact the dedicated Apprenticeship Development Manager: 
Paul Bridge 
07775 858 982 
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