TQUK Level 5 Diploma in Leadership and Management for Adult Care (RQF)

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Overview

The TQUK Level 5 Diploma in Leadership and Management for Adult Care (RQF) is a qualification designed for individuals working in adult care roles, particularly those in leadership and management positions. The course aims to equip individuals with the expertise needed to lead and manage adult care services effectively, ensuring high standards of care and support for adults in various care settings

Delivery Method

London College of Professional Studies provides various flexible delivery methods to its learners, which include blended learning and online learning. Learners are able to:
  • Access All course materials, including online modules and written assignments,
  • Gain teacher support.
  • Access the LCPS online portal (24/7 access to our user-friendly learning portal).
  • Acquire Assignments Briefing
  • Receive excellent-quality study notes.
  • Obtain assignment marks and feedback.
  • Gain a fully accredited UK certificate.
  • Receive dedicated customer support via chat, telephone, and email (Monday to Friday).
  • Gain full support until the completion of the course.

Duration

The TQUK Level 5 Diploma in Leadership and Management for Adult Care programme is available in 2 duration modes:
  • 9 Month (Fast Track)
  • 12 Months
Mode of Study: (Online)
Option 1: Full Payment
Fee £1600
Fee (discounted) £1350

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Accreditation

This TQUK Level 5 Diploma in Leadership and Management for Adult Care is accredited by Ofqual awarding body

Module Structure

The Level 5 Diploma in Leadership and Management for Adult Care qualification has mandatory units and credits of 70 and 18 credits from optional units

Unit title Level Credit
Business and Resource Management for Adult Care 5 4
Continuous Development in Adult Care 5 3
Continuous Improvement and Change in Adult Care 5 4
Effective Communication in Adult Care 5 4
Effective Decision Making in Adult Care 5 3
Governance and Regulatory Processes in Adult Care 5 5
Handling information in Adult Care 5 3
Health and safety in Adult Care 5 3
Health and Wellbeing in Adult Care 5 3
Importance of Equality, Diversity, Inclusion and Human Rights in Adult Care 5 3
Importance of Personal Wellbeing in Adult Care 5 3
Leadership and Management in Adult Care 5 3
Leading Person-Centred Practice in Adult Care 5 5
Leading the Vision in Adult Care 5 3
Manage Comments and Complaints in Adult Care 5 4
Safeguarding in Adult Care 5 3
Supervising Others in Adult Care 5 4
Health and safety in Adult Care 5 3
Team Leading and Development for Adult Care 5 3
Understand Mental Capacity for Adult Care 5 3
Work in Partnerships in Adult Care 5 4

Optional Unit: Learner must select minimum of 18 credits.

Unit title Level Credit
Appraise staff performance 5 5
Lead and manage end of life care services 5 7
Lead and manage practice in dementia care 5 6
Manage physical resources 5 4
Manage quality in health and social care settings 5 5
Support individuals with sensory loss with communication 5 5
Understand how to support those that are at the end of life 5 5
Work with families, carers, and individuals during times of crisis 5 5
Understand the process and experience of dementia 5 3

Course Delivery

  • Online

Entry Requirements

There are no specific entry requirements however learners should have a minimum of level two in literacy and numeracy or equivalent. The recommended minimum age for this qualification is 19 years and above.

What could this qualification lead to?

Level 5 Diploma in Leadership and Management for Adult Care (RQF) can lead to various rewarding career opportunities within the adult care sector, providing individuals with the necessary skills and knowledge to effectively lead and manage adult care services.
  • Adult Care Home Manager: Graduates of this programme may pursue careers as adult care home managers, overseeing the overall operations of care homes, ensuring the delivery of high-quality care services, and managing staff to meet the needs of residents.
  • Social Services Manager: Individuals can take on roles as social services managers, responsible for managing and coordinating various social services and care programmes for adults within the community.
  • Healthcare Facility Administrator: Some individuals may choose to work as administrators in healthcare facilities, where they are responsible for managing administrative tasks, ensuring regulatory compliance, and coordinating the delivery of care services to adults.
  • Adult Care Consultant: Graduates can become adult care consultants, providing expert advice and guidance to organisations and institutions within the adult care sector.
  • Policy and Programme Development: Some individuals may choose to work in policy and programme development, contributing to the formulation and implementation of policies and programmes aimed at improving the quality of adult care services at a regional or national level.

Progression

Successful learners can progress to other qualifications such as:
  • Level 5 Diploma in Health and Social Care Management.
  • Level 6 Diploma in Health and Social Care Management.

Assessment

  • Assessment is via assignment submission only
  • No Exams