LEVEL 5 DIPLOMA IN LEADERSHIP AND MANAGEMENT FOR ADULT CARE (RQF) AUTISTIC SPECTRUM CONDITIONS PATHWAY

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The purpose of the TQUK Level 5 Diploma in Leadership and Management for Adult Care (RQF) Autistic spectrum Conditions pathway is to develop the knowledge and skills required by managers and leaders. Achieving the qualification should enable learners to innovate and respond to a changing environment and to meet challenges and opportunities within the sector

Description

Qualification Purpose:

The purpose of the TQUK Level 5 Diploma in Leadership and Management for Adult Care (RQF) Autistic spectrum Conditions pathway is to develop the knowledge and skills required by managers and leaders. Achieving the qualification should enable learners to innovate and respond to a changing environment and to meet challenges and opportunities within the sector

Entry Requirements:

There are no specific entry requirements however learners must be in a job role appropriate to the chosen units. The qualification is suitable for learners of 19 years of age and above.

Progression:

Successful learners can progress to further qualifications within the social care sector or other parts of the sector, for example moving from adults’ advanced practice to adults’ residential management or move to the Children and Young People’s Workforce sector or the Health sector, completing additional sector and job-relevant units within the diploma. Learners may also use the qualification for entry, credit transfer or advanced standing for a qualification higher education institution Learners may also progress to other specific job roles such as:

Care manager

Officers in charge

registered manager

Day services manager

Structure:

Learners must achieve a minimum of 80 credits to achieve the Level 5 Diploma in Leadership and Management for Adult Care (RQF). Learners must achieve 60 credits from mandatory units and the remaining credits from the optional units

Mandatory Units:

# Title Unit ref. Level Guided Learning Hours Credit value
1 Principles of leadership and management in adult care F/616/3941 5 20 3
2 Lead and manage a team within adult care M/616/4471 5 36 5
3 Governance and regulatory processes in adult care T/616/4472    5 30 4
4 Communication and information management in adult care A/616/4473 5 24 3
5 Partnership working in adult care F/616/4474 4 26 4
6 Outcomes based person centred practice in adult care J/616/4475 5 29 4
7 Manage continuous improvement in adult care L/616/4476 5 16 3
8 Equality, diversity and inclusion in adult care R/616/4477 5 34 4
9 Supervision and performance management in adult care Y/616/4478 5 25 4
10 Resource management in adult care D/616/4479 5 25 3
11 Safeguarding and protection in adult care R/616/4480 5 37 4
12 Risk-taking and risk management in adult care Y/616/4481 5 33 4
13 Managing concerns and complaints in adult care D/616/4482 5 20 3
14 Manage self for leadership in adult care H/616/4483 4 20 3
15 Decision making in adult care K/616/4484 5 20 3
16 Entrepreneurial skills in adult care M/616/4485 5 30 4
17 Innovation and change in adult care T/616/4486 5 15 2

Optional Units:

Unit Ref Title Level GLH Credit Value
A/601/5318 Promote good practice in the support of individuals with autistic spectrum conditions 5 53 7
K/616/4503 Support families who have a child with a disability 3 23 3
K/616/4517 Manage strategic change 5 23 7
H/616/4502 Brain Injury 3 30 3
R/616/4219 Assess the needs of carers and families                3 28 4
M/6013467 Understand Sensory Loss 3 21 3
K/602/2572 Lead Positive Behavioural support 7 75 10
M/601/5249 Promote awareness of sensory loss 5 19 3
M/601/5817 Support families who are affected by Acquired brain injury 3 30 3
H/601/7354   Lead Active Support   5 35 5
  F/601/9029 Work with families, carers, and individuals during time of crisis   4 35 5
Y/504/2208 Lead and manage infection prevention and control with the work setting 5 38 6