Diploma in Leadership for Health and Social Care and Children and Young People’s Services Level 5
The aim of this qualification is to contribute to specialist knowledge, skills and strategic planning of the service you manage. Its purpose is to consolidate your knowledge of the national minimum standards, the codes of practice and legislation that underpins the health and social care sector.
Who will benefit?
This qualification will suit you if you are responsible for running a facility that provides services for vulnerable children, adults or both. You might be an assistant or deputy manager, or a manager who has not yet achieved a recognised vocational qualification at this level.
You will choose one of the following six pathways:
Children and Young People's Residential Management (England or Wales)
Children and Young People's Management (England or Wales)
Children and Young People's Advanced Practice (England or Wales and Northern Ireland)
Adults' Residential Management (England or Wales and Northern Ireland)
Adults' Management (England or Wales and Northern Ireland)
Adults' Advanced Practice (England or Wales and Northern Ireland)
All the pathways share five core units:
Use and develop systems that promote communication
Promote professional development
Champion equality, diversity and inclusion
Develop health and safety and risk management policies, procedures and practices in health and social care or children and young people's settings
Working in partnership in health and social care, and children and young people's settings
Depending on the pathway you choose, you will complete a certain number of additional core units, as well as a range of optional units.
For a full list of units then please contact a member of the team who can e-mail or post them to you.
Courses we provide
Government Funded Training