NCFE LEVEL 5 DIPLOMA IN LEADERSHIP FOR HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE AND CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE’S SERVICES (ENGLAND) (ADULTS’ RESIDENTIAL MANAGEMENT)

  • Reference number: 600/0745/X/ARM
    Sector: Health, Public Services and Care
    Aim: The qualification is aimed at managers and advanced practitioners in health and social care and children and young people’s services.
    Type: QCF
    Level: Level 5
    Minimum entry age: 19
    Guided Learning Hours: 435-629
    Credit value: 80
    Fee per candidate: £129.00
    Review date: 31/01/2015
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    Please check the 2014/15 Simplified Funding Rates Catalogue to see if a qualification or unit is fundable for 19+ learners for the 2014-15 session.

  • Mandatory Units

    1. USE AND DEVELOP SYSTEMS THAT PROMOTE COMMUNICATION

    2. PROMOTE PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

    3. CHAMPION EQUALITY, DIVERSITY AND INCLUSION

    4. DEVELOP HEALTH AND SAFETY AND RISK MANAGEMENT POLICIES, PROCEDURES AND PRACTICES IN HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE OR CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE’S SETTINGS

    5. WORK IN PARTNERSHIP IN HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE OR CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE’S SETTINGS

    6. MANAGE HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE PRACTICE TO ENSURE POSITIVE OUTCOMES FOR INDIVIDUALS

    7. SAFEGUARDING AND PROTECTION OF VULNERABLE ADULTS

    8. LEAD AND MANAGE GROUP LIVING FOR ADULTS

    9. UNDERSTAND SAFEGUARDING OF CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE (FOR THOSE WORKING IN THE ADULT SECTOR)

    10. LEAD PERSON CENTRED PRACTICE

    11. LEAD AND MANAGE A TEAM WITHIN A HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE OR CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE’S SETTING

    12. DEVELOP PROFESSIONAL SUPERVISION PRACTICE IN HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE OR CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE’S WORK SETTINGS

    Optional Units

    13. DEVELOP PROCEDURES AND PRACTICE TO RESPOND TO CONCERNS AND COMPLAINTS

    14. RECRUITMENT AND SELECTION WITHIN HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE OR CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE’S SETTINGS

    15. FACILITATE THE DEVELOPMENT OF EFFECTIVE GROUP PRACTICE IN HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE OR CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE’S SETTINGS

    16. FACILITATE COACHING AND MENTORING OF PRACTITIONERS IN HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE OR CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE’S SETTINGS

    17. MANAGE INDUCTION IN HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE OR CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE’S SETTINGS

    18. FACILITATE CHANGE IN HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE OR CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE’S SETTINGS

    19. MANAGE AN INTER-PROFESSIONAL TEAM IN A HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE OR CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE’S SETTING

    20. MANAGE FINANCE WITHIN OWN AREA OF RESPONSIBILITY IN HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE OR CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE'S SETTING

    21. MANAGE QUALITY IN HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE OR CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE'S SETTING

    22. DEVELOP AND EVALUATE OPERATIONAL PLANS FOR OWN AREA OF RESPONSIBILITY

    23. MANAGE PHYSICAL RESOURCES

    24. UNDERSTAND PARTNERSHIP WORKING

    25. UNDERSTAND HOW TO MANAGE A TEAM

    26. UNDERSTANDING PROFESSIONAL SUPERVISION PRACTICE

    27. UNDERSTAND THE PROCESS AND EXPERIENCE OF DEMENTIA

    28. UNDERSTAND PHYSICAL DISABILITY

    29. UNDERSTAND THE IMPACT OF ACQUIRED BRAIN INJURY ON INDIVIDUALS

    30. UNDERSTAND SENSORY LOSS

    31. PRINCIPLES OF SUPPORTING INDIVIDUALS WITH A LEARNING DISABILITY REGARDING SEXUALITY AND SEXUAL HEALTH

    32. MANAGE DOMICILIARY SERVICES

    33. LEAD THE MANAGEMENT OF TRANSITIONS

    34. LEAD POSITIVE BEHAVIOURAL SUPPORT

    35. DEVELOP PROVISION FOR FAMILY SUPPORT

    36. LEAD SUPPORT FOR DISABLED CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE AND THEIR CARERS

    37. UNDERTAKE A RESEARCH PROJECT WITHIN SERVICES FOR HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE OR CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE

    38. LEAD ACTIVE SUPPORT

    39. ACTIVE SUPPORT: LEAD INTERACTIVE TRAINING

    40. PROMOTE ACCESS TO HEALTHCARE FOR INDIVIDUALS WITH LEARNING DISABILITIES

    41. PROMOTE GOOD PRACTICE IN THE SUPPORT OF INDIVIDUALS WITH AUTISTIC SPECTRUM CONDITIONS

    42. SUPPORT FAMILIES WHO ARE AFFECTED BY ACQUIRED BRAIN INJURY

    43. SUPPORT FAMILIES WHO HAVE A CHILD WITH A DISABILITY

    44. SUPPORT THE DEVELOPMENT OF COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIPS

    45. SUPPORT INDIVIDUALS TO ACCESS HOUSING AND ACCOMMODATION SERVICES

    46. SUPPORT INDIVIDUALS AT THE END OF LIFE

    47. WORK WITH FAMILIES, CARERS AND INDIVIDUALS DURING TIMES OF CRISIS

    48. IMPLEMENT THE POSITIVE BEHAVIOURAL SUPPORT MODEL

    49. SUPPORT INDIVIDUALS TO ACCESS EDUCATION, TRAINING OR EMPLOYMENT

    50. PROMOTE AWARENESS OF SENSORY LOSS

    51. SUPPORT THE USE OF ASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGY

    52. EXPLORE MODELS OF DISABILITY

    53. SUPPORT INDIVIDUALS WITH SENSORY LOSS WITH COMMUNICATION

    54. SUPPORT INDIVIDUALS WITH MULTIPLE CONDITIONS AND/OR DISABILITIES

    55. SUPPORT CHILDREN’S SPEECH, LANGUAGE AND COMMUNICATION

    56. UNDERSTAND THE NEEDS OF CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE WHO ARE VULNERABLE AND EXPERIENCING POVERTY AND DISADVANTAGE

    57. INDEPENDENT MENTAL CAPACITY ADVOCACY

    58. INDEPENDENT MENTAL HEALTH ADVOCACY

    59. PROVIDING INDEPENDENT ADVOCACY MANAGEMENT

    60. PROVIDING INDEPENDENT ADVOCACY TO ADULTS

    61. INDEPENDENT ADVOCACY WITH CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE

    62. PROVIDING INDEPENDENT MENTAL CAPACITY ADVOCACY – DEPRIVATION OF LIBERTY SAFEGUARDS

    63. RECOGNISE INDICATIONS OF SUBSTANCE MISUSE AND REFER INDIVIDUALS TO SPECIALISTS

    64. IDENTIFY AND ACT UPON IMMEDIATE RISK OF DANGER TO SUBSTANCE MISUSERS

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