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Apprenticeship training course

Leader in adult care (level 5)

Leading the care service and managing teams of carers to look after adults with care needs.

Qualification level
5
Equivalent to higher national diploma (HND).
Typical duration
18 months
Apprenticeship category
Care services
Maximum funding
£7,000
Maximum amount government will fund
for apprenticeship training.
Also known as
  • Assistant Manager
  • Deputy Manager
  • Registered Manager
  • Service Manager
  • Unit Manager
Skills
Skills an apprentice will learn
  • Develop and apply systems and processes needed to ensure compliance with regulations and organisational policies and procedures
  • Implement strategies to support others to manage the risks presented when balancing individual rights and professional duty of care
  • Develop and apply systems and processes that monitor and sustain quality of the service, including assessments, care plans and service delivery
  • Lead and support others to work in a person centred way and to ensure active participation which enhances the well-being and quality of life of individuals
  • Encourage and enable both staff and people who access care and support to be involved in the co-production of how the service operates
  • Manage all resources in delivering complex care and support efficiently and effectively
  • Develop and lead implementation of organisational practices to create and sustain a culture that actively champions dignity and respects diversity, inclusion and fairness in the workplace
  • Develop and lead a culture that values courage in working in ways that may challenge workers’ own cultural and belief systems
  • Develop and implement organisational processes to ensure that records and reports are written clearly and concisely and to keep information safe and preserve confidentiality
  • Translate policy and guidance into understandable information for a range of audiences including people who access care and support, carers and families and other colleagues
  • Implement systems to train and support work colleagues to enable them to recognise and respond to potential signs of abuse and or unsafe practices, following organisational policies and procedures
  • Monitor and evaluate the effectiveness of organisational policies, systems and processes for safeguarding
  • Lead the implementation of policies, procedures and practices to manage health, safety and risk to individuals and others in health and social care to ensure compliance with legislation, standards and guidance
  • Implement health and safety and risk management policies, procedures and practices to create a culture that values health and well-being in the organisation
  • Monitor, evaluate and improve health, safety and risk management policies and practices in the service
  • Apply evaluated research and evidence-based practice in own setting
  • Take initiative to research and disseminate current drivers in the adult care landscape
  • Embed systems to improve performance of self and/or work colleagues through supervision, reflective practice and learning and development opportunities
  • Show a well-developed sense of their own behaviour and impact on others modelling a values-based culture
  • Create a supportive culture that values initiative and innovation and recognises the variety of skills of all within the service, both workers and individuals supported
  • Adopt a team approach, recognising contributions of team members and able to lead a team where required

Full information on Leader in adult care (level 5) is available from the Institute for Apprenticeships and Technical Education.

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