Adults Management

Requirements for Completing this Award

A total number of credits for this pathway Children and Young People's Residientail Management is 80.  These units come from a differnet groups of units catergoried as H, I and J.  Each unit has a type, a type is what is required from the unit, there is

Mandatory =  what every learner who works towards this award has to achieve to attain the full award

Knowledge/Skills =  a combination of demonstrated knowledge and applicaiton of skills, learners have to demonstrate their understanding of a particular subject / task as well as the application of this knoweldge within the working enviornement 

knowledge = an understanding of a particular subject to a sesfic unit

Units  Mandatory Units  Type  Level  Credits
  Use and develop systems that promote communication. Promote professional development Knowledge/Skills 5 3
  Promote professional development Knowledge/Skills 4 4
  Champion equality, diversity and inclusion Knowledge/Skills 5 4
  Develop health and safety and risk management policies, procedures and practices in health and social care or children and young people’s settings Knowledge/Skills 5 5
    Compulsary Credits 20
  Manage health and social care practice to ensure positive outcomes for individuals Knowledge/Skills 5 5
  Safegaurding and protection of vunerable adults Knowledge/Skills 5 5
  Understanding of children and young people for those working in adult social care Knowledge 3 1
  Lead person-centered practice Knowledge/Skills 5 4
  Lead and manage a team within health and social care or children and young people's setting Knowledge/Skills 6 7
  Develpoing professional supervision practice in health and social care or children and young people's work setting Knowledge/Skills 5 5
  Assess the individual in a healht and social care setting Knowledge/Skills 5 6
Group H – Generic Units 

Total Compulsary Credits 33

  Develop procedures and practice to respond to concerns and complaints Knowledge/Skills 5 6
  Recruitment and selection within health and social care or children and young people’s settings Knowledge/Skills 4 3
  Facilitate the development of effective group practice in health and social care or children and young people’s settings Knowledge/Skills 5 6
 
Facilitate coaching and mentoring of practitioners in health and social
care or children and young people’s settings
Knowledge/Skills 5 6
  Manage induction in health and social care or children and young people’s settings Knowledge/Skills 4 3
  Manage an inter-professional team in a health and social care or children and young people’s setting Knowledge/Skills 5 6
  Manage an inter-professional team in a health and social care or children and young people’s setting Knowledge/Skills 6 7
  Manage quality in health and social care or children and young peoples setting Knowledge/Skills 5 5
  Manage quality in health and social care or children and young peoples setting Knowledge/Skills 5 6
  Manage physical resources Knowledge/Skills 4 3
Group I Minimum 12 Credits
  Understand partnership working Knowledge 4 1
  Principles of supporting individuals with learning disablity regarding sexuality and sexual health Knowledge 4 3
  Understand how to manage a team Knowledge 4 3
  Understand professional supervion practice Knowledge 3 3
  Understand the process and experiance of demintia Knowledge 3 3
  Understand physical disability Knowledge 3 3
  Understand the impact of Acquired Brain Injury on individuals Knowledge 3 3
  Understand sensory loss Knowledge 3 3
Group J Maximum 6 Credits
  Manage domiciliary services Knowledge/Skills 5 6
  Lead the management of transitions Knowledge/Skills 5 4
  Lead positive behavioural support Knowledge/Skills 7 10
  Develop provision for family support Knowledge/Skills 5 5
  Lead support for disabled children and young people and their carers Knowledge/Skills 6 8
 
Undertake a research project within services for health and social care or children and young people
Knowledge/Skills 5 10
  Lead active support Knowledge/Skills 5 5
  Active support: lead interactive training Knowledge/Skills 5 4
  Promote access to healthcare fro individuals with learning disablities Knowledge/Skills 5 6
  Promote good practice in the support of individuals with autism spectrum conditions Knowledge/Skills 5 7
  Support families who are affected by acuired brain injury Knowledge/Skills 3 3
  Support families who have a child with a disablity Knowledge/Skills 3 3
  Support the development of community partnerships Knowledge/Skills 4 5
  Support individuals to access housing and accomodation services Knowledge/Skills 3 4
  Support individuals at the end of life Knowledge/Skills 3 7
  Work with families, carers and individuals during times of crisis Knowledge/Skills 4 5
  Implement the positive behaviour support model Knowledge/Skills 4 8
  Support individuals to access education, training or employment Knowledge/Skills 4 4
  Promote awareness of sensory loss Knowledge/Skills 5 3
  Support the use of assistive technology Knowledge/Skills 5 4
  Explore models of disablity Knowledge/Skills 5 5
  Support individuals with sensory loss with communication Knowledge/Skills 5 5
  Support individuals with multiple conditions and / or disablities Knowledge/Skills 5 5
  Support children’s speech, language and communication Knowledge/Skills 3 4
  Understand the needs of children and young people who are vulnerable and experiencing poverty and disadvantage Knowledge/Skills 4 5
  Independent Mental Capacity Advocacy Knowledge/Skills 4 12
  Independent Mental Health Advocacy Knowledge/Skills 4 7
  Providing Independent Advocacy Management Knowledge/Skills 4 11
  Providing Independent Advocacy to Adults Knowledge/Skills 4 5
    Credit  Total
  Total Credit Value 80  

Barred Combinations

To prevent duplicaiton the following units may not be worked toward together

Lead positive behavioural support 

and

Implement the positive behavioural support model

and / or 

Independent Mental Capacity 

and / or

Independent Mental Health Adocacy

and / or 

Providing Independent Advocacy Management 

and / or 

Providing Independent Advocacy to Adults

and / or

Independent Advocacy with Children and Young People

and / or 

Providing independent Mental Ca[caotu Adpcacy – Deprecation of liberty safeguards

Average guided learning hours, which equates to the time invested by both learners and the training centre should be between 435 – 629. Any questions or to enrol click here complete the on line form or contact 0151 630 2716

 

Awarding body: Edexcel
Length of award: 12 - 24 months
Price: £1,600.00
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