Edge Hill University is launching the UK’s first Professional Doctorate in Emergency Services Management.
Created in response to the introduction of the Police and Crime Bill and the shift to integrated service delivery, the part-time course is now accepting applications from senior managers across the sector.
Focusing on the professionalism of the emergency services and teaching leadership, management and business skills, the new programme brings together academics, policy makers and fellow practitioners.
The course offers professionals the chance to improve their ability to question, analyse and critique, recognising the value of management research in everyday work practice.
A research thesis will allow professionals to study a particular issue or challenge they face at work in the hope of finding a collaborative, integrated service solution.
This new and innovative programme of research will help candidates to develop professional management practice while gaining an appreciation and understanding of the relationship between academic research and the professional practice of management.
I’m delighted that we have the support of senior management across the police, fire and ambulance services so we’ve been able to develop this course to provide professionals with the knowledge and skills they need to succeed and progress in their careers.
For more information about the programme, click here.
The programme will be officially launched on Thursday 13th July with key note speakers to be announced shortly. The event will also be attended by regional and local emergency services leaders and staff. Click here to book your free place.