Higher education course to begin in March
Voluntary sector managers will be able to gain a new higher education accreditation through a course endorsed by the University of London.
The course, which is backed by Royal Holloway, University of London, at Egham in Surrey, can be completed in one or two years on a flexible basis. Completing the course gains credits equal to about half a degree.
Jan Burnell, a director at the Centre for Strategy and Communication, said the course was put together because of the demand from people working in the not-for-profit sector.
“More and more organisations, in both the public and voluntary sectors, want a course that leads to a qualification in management and leadership,” she said.
The qualification will be formally launched at a reception at the House of Lords on 26 February. Applicants will be able to start the course in mid-March.
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