Delegates who complete this internationally recognised qualification will gain the occupational competence and skills necessary to lead across health and social care settings when working with adults or children. The course has a series of mandatory units which will provide delegates with fundamental working knowledge, and they will also complete optional units which will allow them to customise the programme to suit them, whether they are working with adults or children and young people. Outline of Programme The QCF is completed by achieving 90 credits from a variety of different units; at least 30 of these credits must come from the mandatory units, and at least 16 from the optional units. Champion Equality, Diversity and Inclusion.
Potential progression options for courses in this subject area include: Various apprenticeship options Careers many areas, including dental nursing, health care, teaching, social services, early years, the fire service, armed forces, prison service or HMRC University level study at Exeter College.
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The Level 5 Diploma in Leadership for Health and Social Care and Children and Young People's Services is a qualification designed to give learners the opportunity to build both managerial and care skills. This qualification was the QCF which replaced the Level 4 NVQ in Leadership and Management for Care Services and the Level 4 NVQ in Health and Social Care.
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Question: Unit: M3 Manage health and social care practice to ensure positive outcomes for individuals. Case Study: Manage Health and Social Care practice to ensure positive outcomes for individuals. Level 5 Diplomas in Leadership for Health and Social Care and Children and Young People’s.
New Zealand Diploma in Early Childhood Education and Care (Level 5) Laying a strong foundation of theoretical and practical knowledge in the field of early childhood education, this program equips students to become resourceful and reflective professionals, competent in the key areas of learning.
These include professional studies, development and learning, and early years’ pedagogy. Show that you have the skills needed to keep a care-provision organisation running smoothly with the Diploma in Leadership for Health and Social Care and Children and Young People's Services.