Professional HIV/AIDS Management

Professional HIV/AIDS Management

The HIV virus and the immune deficiency syndrome AIDS affects communities all over the world. Government based support, other organisations such as NGOs, global health bodies such as the World Health Organisation (WHO) and charities assist with the treatment and care of HIV/AIDS sufferers and the impact this virus has on communities.

These ABMA qualifications are structured to provide the student with the experience and expertise necessary to work at a managerial level within the health and social care sectors.

Level 4 Diploma 

Mandatory Units

  • HIV/AIDS Management
  • Community Development
  • Health and Nutrition Education
  • Population, Poverty and Human Development
  • Synopsis

Level 5 Diploma

Mandatory Units

  • HIV/AIDS Management
  • Social and Corporate Responsibilities
  • Counselling and Social Work
  • Responding to HIV/AIDS
  • Synopsis

Level 6 Diploma 

Mandatory Units

  • HIV/AIDS Management
  • Project Management
  • UNAIDS Policy, Organisation and Initiatives
  • Legal Framework in HIV/AIDS Management
  • Synopsis
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    Mohaladi Sarefo

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