This qualification is designed to support the development of registered managers of adult social care services. The qualification provides learners with the knowledge and skills needed to work in adult social care and to have responsibility for leading and managing a service.
As an Adult Care Leader, you are essential to the smooth running of your care environment. This qualification is for those of you who are currently in a deputy role and are looking to move into higher management, or for a Registered Manager who is looking to gain a relevant qualification.
This funded qualification is ideal for UK managers and senior practitioners that work in adult care.Learn how manage staff, business development, financial control, organisational resilience and more.
This qualification was specifically developed for those managing an adult social care service, including the role of registered manager.
The Leader in Adult Care will guide and inspire teams to make positive differences in someone’s life when faced with physical, practical, social, emotional, psychological or intellectual challenges. They will be a leader of the care team and will develop and implement a value-based culture at a service or unit level. They may be responsible for business development, financial control, organisational resilience and continuity, as well as managing risk and leading an organisational change.
This qualification is for middle managers with responsibility for substantial programmes and resources. Learn about contributing to the development of a strategic plan, designing business processes, managing strategic change, and effective leadership and management.
The Principles of Commissioning for Wellbeing level 5 qualification is centred around personalised and outcome focused approaches to commissioning designed to enable meaningful and fulfilled lives.
The course content covers a range of knowledge and its application to commissioning practice. Content is regularly updated and contextualised in terms of policy changes and so currently explores, for example, commissioning practice in the context of ICSs, reform and changes in charging policy.