TQUK LEVEL 4 DIPLOMA IN ADULT CARE (RQF)

£400.00

QUALIFICATION DETAILS The Qualification

The TQUK Level 4 Diploma in adult care (RQF) is registered by Ofqual The qualifications were issued to meet the specification issued by care. This qualification supports the delivery of the lead practitioner in Adult Care apprenticeship standard.

Qualification Purpose

Those working towards achieving a TQUK Level 4 Diploma in Adult Care (RQF) will have and develop further, specialist skills and knowledge in their area of responsibility which allows them to lead in areas such as assessment or enablement, for instance. Learners will have the responsibility of assessing the performance and quality of care delivery. Their team members will look to the inspiration and they will provide coaching and monitoring to their colleagues. Learners could work in a variety of settings in adult social care, including but not limited to residential care, domiciliary care, or day centers. The qualification would also be suitable for a Lead Personal Assistant who works as part of an Assistant at a senior level.

Entry Requirements There are no specific entry requirements however learners should have a minimum of level two in literacy and numeracy or equivalent or achieve this level prior to completion of the qualification. The qualification is suitable for learners of 16 years and above.  

Description

The Qualification

The TQUK level 4 Diploma in adult care (RQF) is registered by Ofqual.

The qualifications was issued to meet the specification issued by care This qualification supports delivery of the lead practitioner in Adult Care apprenticeship standard.

Qualification Purpose

Those working towards achieving a TQUK Level 4 diploma in Adult Care (RQF) will have and develop further, specialist skill and knowledge in their area of responsibility which allows them to lead in areas such as assessment or enablement, for instance. Learners will have responsibility of assessing performance and quality of care delivery. Their team members will look to them inspiration and they will provide coaching and monitoring to their colleagues.

Learners could work in variety of settings in adult social care, including but not limited to residential care, domiciliary care or day centers. The qualification would also be suitable for Lead Personal Assistant who work as part of an Assistant at a senior level.

Entry Requirements

There are not specific entry requirements however learners should have a minimum of level two in literacy and numeracy or equivalent or achieve this level prior to completion of the qualification.

The qualification is suitable for learners of 16 years and above.

Progression

Successful learners can progress to other qualifications and roles such as. Level 5 Diploma in Leadership and management for Adult Care.Level 5 Certificate in Leading and managing services to support End of life and significant life events

Structure

Learners must achieve a minimum of 70 credits for the mandatory units and optional units. A minimum of 36 credits must be a level 4 or above.

Mandatory Units


Unit ref.

Title

Level

GLH

Credit Value
K/616/8485Develop, maintain and use records and reports4233
F/616/8489Facilitate person-centered assessment to support wellbeing4142
T/616/8490Facilitate support planning to ensure positive outcomes for individuals and to support wellbeing4142
H/616/8484Lead communication in adult care settings4274
A/616/8488Lead health and safety in adult care settings4213
T/616/8487Lead inclusive practice in adult care settings4213
M/616/8486Personal development in adult care settings4264
A/616/8491Professional practice in adult care settings4203
R/616/8495Safeguard children and young people who are present in the adult care sector4142
J/616/8493Understand personalization in care and support services4364
L/616/8494Understand safeguarding and protection in adult care settings4182
F/616/8492Working in partnership with others4264

Optional Units

  Unit ref.  Title  Level  GLHCredit Value
H/616/4516Appraise staff performance5325
R/616/8500Assess and review assistive technology in adult care4274
F/616/4085Awareness of the Mental Capacity Act 20053283
D/616/8628Co-ordination of assistive living technology use4314
H/616/8503Develop implement and review reablement services4304
K/616/8406Facilitate change in health and social care or children and young peoples settings5426
D/616/4353Facilitate the development of effective group practice in health and social care or children and young peoples settings5426
A/616/8507Governance in adult care4102
R/616/4494Identify and act upon immediate risk of danger to substance misusers3244
T/616/4195Identify the physical health needs of individuals with mental health needs and plan appropriate actions4355
L/616/4199Implement the positive behavioural support model4618
J/616/8512Improvement and development of service in adult care4253
T/616/4486Innovation and change in adult care5152
K/616/8499Install and maintain assistive technology in adult care contexts3152
Y/616/4495Lead and manage end of life care services5457
F/616/4488Lead and manage practice in dementia care5416
F/616/8508Lead learning and development in adult care services4264
D/616/4515Lead practice in assessing and planning for the needs of families and carers5223
D/616/8502Lead practice in information, advice and guidance services4264
F/616/8511Lead practice to promote quality assurance in adult care services4364
Y/616/8501Lead practice to support individuals to participate in education, training or employment4431
T/616/4245Manage induction in health and social care or children and young peoples settings4213
A/616/8510Manage personal and professional behaviour in adult care4203
K/616/4520Manage quality in health and social care settings5365
H/616/4483Manage self for leadership in adult care4203
R/616/8447Manage the availability of physical resources to meet service delivery needs in a health setting3335
J/616/8509Mentoring in adult care services4304
F/616/4474Partnership working in adult care4264
Y/616/8496Principles and practice of advocacy in adult care4355
D/616/8497Principles of Parkinsons for adult care staff3142
K/616/4680Principles of self-directed support3263
L/616/8513Professional supervision in adult care4223
Y/616/4500Promote access to healthcare for individuals with learning disabilities5446
H/616/8498Promote assistive technology in adult care4294
A/616/4506Promote awareness of sensory loss5193
R/616/4236Promote nutrition and hydration in health and social care settings3324
K/616/8504Provision of specialist care4405
T/616/4147Recognise indications of substance misuse and refer individuals to specialists3244
T/616/4519Recruitment and selection within health and social care settings4263
D/616/4479Resource management in adult care4253
Y/616/8515Share knowledge and good practice5203
Y/616/9177Stroke care management3364
Y/616/8451Support carers to meet the care needs of individuals3304
L/616/4235Support individuals during the last days of life4335
D/616/8449Support individuals to access and manage direct payments4204
K/616/4078Support individuals to access and use services and facilities3254
R/616/8450Support individuals to access housing and accommodation services3314
J/616/4492Support individuals with multiple conditions and/or disabilities5345
F/616/4491Support individuals with sensory loss with communication5375
F/616/4233Support the spiritual wellbeing of individuals3263
F/616/4507Support the use of assistive technology5314
R/616/8514Team leading in an adult care setting4203
R/616/4155Understand and enable interaction and communication with individuals who have dementia3304
R/616/8402Understand how to manage a team4203
J/616/4136Understand how to support individuals with autistic spectrum conditions3283
F/616/4135Understand positive risk taking for individuals with disabilities3253
Y/616/8403Understand professional management and leadership in health and social care or children and young peoples settings5506
T/616/8506Understand public funding of individual care needs4294
R/616/4138Understand sensory loss3213
A/616/4246Understand the administration of medication to individuals with dementia using a person centred approach3152
M/616/4227Understand the factors affecting older people3172
D/616/4496Understand the impact of Acquired Brain Injury on individuals3283
H/616/4080Understand the process and experience of dementia3223
F/616/4247Understand the role of communication and interactions with individuals who have dementia3263
H/616/8405Understand theories of relationships and social networks4293
D/616/8404Understanding professional supervision practice4223
M/616/8505Undertake research within services for adult care4508
A/616/4196Work with families, carers and individuals during times of crisis4355


Barred Units

Barred Unit Combinations
Understand the role of communication and interactions with individuals who have dementia. (F/616/4247)R/616/4155
Understand how to manage a team. (R/616/8402)R/616/8514
Lead practice to promote quality assurance in adult care services. (F/616/8511)K/616/4520