Exploring ways to support and boost the wellbeing of your staff team, including reducing stress and building resilience.
This online qualification is designed to give an introduction to the roles and functions of a team leader as well as exploring issues such as motivating teams, planning and monitoring their work, accountability and authority limitations. It is suitable for those wanting to embark on a career in management who wish to achieve qualification to support their work.
This qualification will provide you with the knowledge and understanding required to successfully lead a team. You will develop knowledge around the principles of team leading and the general workings of a business as well as how important it is for a team leader to be able to successfully communicate with a range of stakeholders.
The ability to lead and motivate a team are extremely important skills. A good leader inspires and motivates people, making them work harder and be more efficient. This short course aims to provide the knowledge needed to understand how to lead and motivate a team. Learn methods of effective communication, how to motivate a team or individual and team development.
Gain the key skills needed to effectively manage team members through planning and allocating day to day activities in the workplace. Our online CPD Planning and Allocating Work course can open a variety of employment opportunities for individuals and provides employers with the opportunity to develop staffs’ management skills. It will build knowledge of the fundamentals of project planning and allocating work, as well as developing the core skill sets needed for team management, performance management, project management, and more.
This course encourages you to recognise difference and challenge amongst individuals in the team who are pulling in different directions. It will help you identify where such challenges can be embraced for the benefit of your team and your organisation.
Skills for Care hosts local and national events and networks to support the adult social care sector with their workforce development needs.
Search for events in your local area by region and by topic. If you’re looking for network event in your area and can’t find it on the listing below, please contact your locality manager.
Here you can find resources which introduce fundamentals of health and care. Our first learning opportunity is RESTORE2 Training as provided by Hampshire and Isle of Wight ICB.
Each of the nine units has a knowledge element where you will learn about management models and theories, which you will then apply to your workplace
It’s important to continually respond to and learn from what is going well, and what isn’t going so well. This enables you to make improvements to your service and offer that benefit everyone – especially those accessing care and support.
A team leader/supervisor is a first line management role, with operational/project responsibilities or responsibility for managing a team to deliver a clearly defined outcome. This qualification has been developed to support learners completing the Team Leader/Supervisor Apprenticeship Standard and covers the knowledge, skills and behaviours of the standard.
The Manager Induction Standards (MIS) set out what a manager needs to know and understand to perform well in their role.
Leaders and managers are important to the success of any organisation. That’s why the effective induction of managers needs to be a key focus, so they start off on the right step and in the right direction.
Skills for Care has reviewed the Manager Induction Standards (2023) so you can use them to support this process.
The course aims to give delegates an introduction to the basics of being a team leader whilst allowing them to develop their leadership skills and helping them to lead their teams more effectively in the workplace.
Stepping up to management or want to develop your skills? This course might be for you!
It covers topics such as role of the supervisor, delegation, building teams, negotiating, how to deal with stress, time management, identifying training needs, communication and understanding your team.
This qualification is designed to provide learners with the knowledge and understanding required to successfully lead a team.
Understanding Workplace Culture is a practical continuing professional development (CPD) module aimed at registered managers and other managers currently working in adult social care services.