A Guide to studying Health and Social Care Management

In the on-going pandemic, the healthcare workers have acted as true warriors by not only fighting against the virus themselves but also helping those who were caught by it. And owing to the situation at large, the demand for healthcare professionals has spiraled up.

C3S Business School offers MSc in Health & Social Care Management (Online Top-up), a highly acclaimed postgraduate degree program that gives an overview of
vital business processes in the industry and is highly valued by top employers and organizations worldwide.
This degree program is typically pursued by professionals having prior work experience, as for them, gaining a degree can lead to better professional rospects and a broader business network.

However, the OTHM Level 7 Diploma in Health & Social Care Management certification offered, represents contemporary practice in the field of health and social care and crafted specifically to help freshers build and deepen their fundamental level of understanding of the field in the workplace.

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Key Learnings:

It allows students to interact with the difficulties that professionals, service users, and policymakers face in their own country.

It will give you the knowledge you need to work as a successful manager in the hospital/social care facility. It brings together academic and practical expertise of the field.

Leading change, effective performance, planning and accountability, development, and team leadership are all areas where the qualification will aid development and expansion of knowledge and skills.

Learners will be able to work in a number of administrative and management positions in health care.

Let’s look at some of the prominent job roles that this career option offers:

Occupational Therapist:

These are the therapists who assist individuals whose health prevents them from performing even basic tasks such as getting dressed or running errands.

Care Worker:

People of all ages, including the elderly and those with disabilities, are served by care workers. Care workers are in charge of providing physical care, emotional support, and help to individuals with various needs.

Rehab Worker:

Rehab workers are primarily concerned with independent living of people, post an illness or accident.Also, those who suffer from mental health issues, vision or hearing loss, or other learning challenges.

The role demands excellent communication skills as well as a positive attitude toward others. If you have a diploma in Health and Social Care, it will be much easier for you to find work as a rehab professional.


Another fantastic vocation in health and social care whose demand is growing by the day as more people recognize counselling as a beneficial step in their rehabilitation.

Health Psychologist:

To work as a health psychologist, you’ll need a master’s degree in health and social care management. These professionals typically work with patients who have developed eating or fitness disorders as a result of societal pressure.

Social Worker:

A social worker is a professional who works to improve the lives of those who are in need. Individuals, couples, families, groups, and communities can benefit from social work, which can be delivered through research, community organizing, direct practice, intervention, or

Regardless of who you work with or what role you perform, you have the opportunity to create an everlasting impact on the society. Working in this industry is undoubtedly the most tempting aspect. And if that intrigues you, then this career path is for you.

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Pooja Shah is the Head of Digital Content and Engagement at Barcelona's C3S Business School. She has over 12 years of international experience in the field of education, with a diverse portfolio of roles. She is the driving force behind the school's digital content on its website and social media platforms. She went on to get her MBA with a specialty in Human Resources after excelling academically in her Bachelor's in Computer Applications. Her passion is to educate and inspire the humanity, thereby contributing her bit to the society.