BMB International are excited to partner Bow Valley College to offer the Health and Human Services Management post-diploma certificate cohort for international healthcare professionals.
Bow Valley College’s renowned Health and Wellness facility is located in the heart of Calgary’s downtown core.
Get ready to lead! Build upon your expertise from your health or human services diploma or degree. This post-diploma certificate combines business courses with specialized health and human management courses. An integrated approach to prepare you to advance your career to new levels.
Potential careers for graduates of Health and Human Services Management Certificate
Graduates could work in hospitals, long-term car facilities, health or human services agencies, non-profit organizations, private businesses and government units in the following roles:
- Executive Director
- Program Coordinator
- Team Coordinator
- Case Manager
- Assistant Director
- Program Manager
- Assistant Manager
- Team Leader
IELTS Academic with minimum score of 6.
Diploma or degree in health or human services – Qualifications may include Doctor, Nurse / Under-board Nurse (with diploma or degree), Practical Nurse, Dentist, Medical Technologist, Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Midwife, Environmental Health and more
Health and Human Services Management (“HHSM”) Post-Diploma Certificate
HRES1101 – Organizational Behaviour
HRES2201 – Introduction to Human Resources
COMM3201 – Intercultural Communication
HMSV3303 – Dementia
HMSV3506 – Managing and the Canadian Health System
HMSV3302 – Chronic Illness Management
HMSV3502 – Issues in Health and Human Services
HRES2301 – Employment Law
FNSR2202 – Fundamentals of Financial Management
MGMT1101 – Introduction to Management
Living in Calgary
Calgary is close to the world-famous Rocky Mountains and Banff National Park. It is home to over a million people and is the fourth largest city in Canada.
Calgary offers visitors activities all year. Enjoy the beautiful views while hiking, biking, or skiing. Or check out the cultural and artistic scene.
The city hosts many events, including the annual Calgary Stampede in July. Bow Valley College is in the heart of the city’s busy core.
Calgary shows one of the highest average wages of any other city in Canada. We’ve had the lowest average unemployment rate of major Canadian cities for the last 10 years. As a result, Bow Valley College students have found employment soon after graduation.
Calgary offers an opportunity to enjoy and experience all four seasons. The winters are cold. The summers are hot. Because of the dry climate, there are lots of sunny days and very few rainy ones. Additionally, the warm Chinook winds give us breaks from the cold during winter months.