Course curriculum

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    Learning, Teaching, and Assessments

    • How Learning is Delivered and Supported

    • How to pass/complete this qualification

    • How Learning is Assessed

    • Your Portfolio of Assessment Evidence

    • Eportfolio Dashboard - what it looks like

    • Learner Quick Start Guide on using the e-portfolio

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    What you will gain while studying with us

    • Gain a recognised Level 5 national qualification

    • Knowledge, competence, and skills for a Care Manager

    • Learn how CQC Regulates your care setting

    • How CQC regulates Residential adult social care services

    • How CQC inspects Residential adult social care services

    • From November 2017 - How CQC will inspect Residential adult social care services

    • Develop Higher Level Personal Learning and Thinking Skills

    • Learn modern ways of working and collaborating

    • Learn about document management

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    Post-Enrolment - Learner Induction and Learner Handbook

    • Induction Agenda

    • Introduction to work-based learning

    • Who's who in your learning and development

    • Your main learning aims

    • Pathways and Rules of Combination

    • About Mandatory units

    • About your optional units

    • How to study by Distance Learning

    • Learner Support and Delivery of your learning, training, and assessments

    • Getting Learner Support and Learning Resources

    • E-portfolios - for your Assessments and Evidence

    • Assessments and Assessment Methods Used

    • Collecting evidence and avoiding cheating

    • Questioning: – written (WQ) and oral (OQ)

    • Work products (WP)

    • Personal Statements (PS)

    • Reflective Accounts (RA)

    • Direct observation by Assessor (O)

    • Expert witness testimony (EWT)

    • Witness testimony (WT)

    • Recognition of Prior learning (RPL)

    • Confidentiality of Work Products, and during Live Assessments

    • Policy on Plagiarism, Cheating, and Learner Academic Misconduct

    • Assessment Policy

    • Appeals Policy

    • Quality Assurance Policy

    • Complaints Policy

    • Health and Safety, and Wellbeing

    • Equality and Diversity Policy

    • Certification of Completed Qualifications

    • Progression and moving on

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    Assessment Guide - Level of Skill to demonstrate during assessments

    • Purpose of this assessment guide

    • Range of skills to demonstrate during assessments

    • Range of skills to demonstrate at different qualification levels

    • Expectations of assessment at Level 5 Diploma in Leadership and Management for Adult Care

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    Mandatory Units

    • 1 - Principles of Leadership and Management in Adult Care

    • 2 - Team Leadership in Adult Care

    • 3 - Principles of Governance in Adult Care

    • 4 - Principles of Regulatory Processes for Adult Care

    • 5 - Communication and Information Management in Adult Care

    • 6 - Partnership working in Adult Care

    • 7 - Outcomes based person centred practice in Adult Care

    • 8 - Equality Diversity and Inclusion in Adult Care

    • 9 - Continuous Improvement in Adult Care

    • 10 - Principles of Professional Development in Adult Care

    • 11 - Supervision and Performance Management in Adult Care

    • 12 - Principles of Resource Management in Adult Care

    • 13 - Safeguarding and Protection in Adult Care

    • 14 - Health and Safety in Adult Care

    • 15 - Risk Taking and Risk Management in Adult Care

    • 16 - Managing Concerns and Complaints in Adult Care

    • 17 - Self management for leadership in Adult Care

    • 18 - Decision making in Adult Care

    • 19 - Entrepreneurial Skills in Adult Care

    • 20 - Principles of innovation and change in Adult Care

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    Popular Group A Optional Units

    • 21 - Understand the process and experience of dementia

    • 23 - Understand Sensory Loss

    • 30 - Understand the factors affecting older people

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    Popular Group B Optional Units

    • 31 - Assess the individual in a health and social care setting

    • 32 - Manage domiciliary services

    • 40 - Lead and manage infection prevention and control within the work setting

    • 41 - Recruitment and selection within health and social care settings

    • 42 - Manage induction in health and social care settings

    • 44 - Develop procedures and practice to respond to concerns and complaints

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    Sample ILPs - Individual Learning Plans with Units to study

    • Suggested Study Plan