PG Certificate in Human Resources for Health Management (2014)
(delivered at The Health Services Academy, Islamabad, Pakistan)
Continuing into its fourth year, we are pleased to announce this joint collaboration between Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh and the Health Services Academy, Pakistan to build HRH capacity and leadership with a particular focus on Asia.
Applications are now invited for this course which will take place January – March 2014. Application Deadline: early November 2013
Interested applicants or sponsors should note that attendance on the course in Islamabad is required for only six weeks in total, with participants completing their home and work-based assignments on completion of the residential component.
The course is aimed at health professionals and managers from the health sector with responsibility for the health workforce, and addresses the three major aspects of the contemporary health workforce crisis with a particular focus on Asia – HRH strategy and policy, workforce planning methods, and approaches to improving performance and retention.
The residential aspect of the course enables interactive learning, seminars, group work, site visits and e-learning. Once back home, participants continue to use e-learning and remote support from course tutors in Edinburgh and Islamabad to complete further field work, exercises and assignments, while being connected to QMU’s learning hub and their fellow students in other locations through a powerful digital learning platform. Digital literacy is promoted in the early stages of the course for all students.
The course is taught by faculty from both institutions. The medium of instruction will be English.
The HRHM 2014 brochure describes the course in more detail, or interested parties may access the relevant institutional websites for more details.
Student, HSA Pakistan
Post Graduate Certificate
On completion of the programme, students will receive a Postgraduate Certificate in Human Resource for Health Management from Queen Margaret Edinburgh, Edinburgh.
Credits are transferrable to the Masters programmes of both institutions.
If you have any interest in participating or supporting others to participate in HRH professional development courses in Edinburgh, then our Edinburgh based courses may be of more interest and information can be found here and here.
Information on how to apply can be obtained by contacting the HSA course co-ordinator at email@example.com or the programme administrator at QMU Edinburgh, Janice Burr, firstname.lastname@example.org. They will provide access to the QMU on-line application service.
The whole programme is three modules, but students may register as part-time, taking fewer modules each year until they have accumulated enough credits to graduate.
Sponsors and applicants should note that accommodation is not available at HSA and is not included in the course fees. HSA can provide assistance to locate suitable short-term accommodation near to the Academy for students who require local accommodation.
HRHM 2014 brochure
How to apply
Read more on our Focus on HRH
Download HRH 2011 Course Report (pdf)
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