Anglia Ruskin’s Charity and Social Enterprise Management course – 2018 intake

Posted on: December 2, 2019

A hundred and twenty third sector leaders have now graduated from Anglia Ruskin University’s Cert HE in Charity and Social Enterprise Management.  With modules in social enterprise, leadership and management, marketing, finance, HR and social impact, the two year part-time course is an excellent introduction for those in any type of management role.  Our students come from the smallest voluntary organisation right up to national and international giants of the sector: we can adapt to this because all the focus is on applying the learning to your own organisation.  Even better, this focus means the impact is felt at your organisation, not just on you as an individual.  Distance learning gives you the flexibility to fit around your work, and we even offer supporting face to face workshops free of charge to our charity and social enterprise students.  Our state of the art Virtual Learning Environment, along with a host of new content, is set to enhance the experience still further for new students. You even get 8 free workshops to augment the experience.

Our next intake is in January 2020.  Applicants in the East of England may qualify for a 50% bursary (very limited availability).  To find out more visit www.aru.ac.uk/csem

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