23/02/2021

How to Boost Your Earning Potential in Health and Social Care

How to Boost Your Earning Potential in Health and Social Care

Most individuals in health and social care roles, such as nurses, allied health professionals, and healthcare scientists, choose this career path because of their passion for helping others, and this means caring about creating a positive impact in the local community over other perceived perks of the job. 

However, career progression with higher earning potential is still something that can act as an incentive. The MSc Advanced Clinical Practice course at the University of Bolton in Greater Manchester is the perfect platform to retrain and become an expert in your field.

With employer support, you can study with us part-time to achieve an advanced health and social care qualification to take your career to the next level. We’re in the Top 10 in the UK for Student Satisfaction in Healthcare Courses* for the third year running, so there’s nowhere better to enjoy your training.

Here are some ways our master’s programme can help you boost your earning potential:

Develop new skills in our state-of-the-art centre

Our £31 million Bolton One facility is a dedicated health and sports centre, where students get the chance to acquire new skills. Through focused training modules, you will develop your practical knowledge as an advanced clinical practitioner or social care worker for a range of care settings.

Prepare for a career in management

Career progression is at the heart of our programme, ensuring that students get to work towards their dream job in social health care or the private sector. Our passionate team will align the course for your needs, and our dedicated Employability Team is also on hand to support your career ambitions.
The knowledge, expertise and attitude you will gain from our course will increase both your academic proficiency and your personal development. In order to be a successful leader in your field, a wide range of skills are required, and that’s why we cover everything from critique and analysis, clinical reasoning, communication, consultation and collaboration to time management.

Get one-to-one mentorship

We are proud to know our students by name, and not their student number. Our student-centric approach means we treat everyone as individuals, and course tutors will spend time getting to know you, and your health and social care career goals. This allows you to steer your career in the direction you want, widening job prospects and working towards those big promotions with health and social care providers.

If you want to train at a top Manchester university that puts students and their needs first, enrol at the University of Bolton in 2021. Our MSc Advanced Clinical Practice course welcomes health and social care professionals from a variety of backgrounds and can be tailored to your professional development needs.

To find out more about this part-time social health care qualification for existing practitioners, visit our course page.

* Complete University Guide in 2021, 2020 and 2019
** The Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2020 and 2019

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