Type of qualification / course
Where do I study
In a classroom setting
Length of the qualification or short course
5 days over 5 months
Lead to Succeed is the ideal bridge for the transition between care and leadership. Attendees are supported throughout the programme and between sessions to build their confidence and ability. Learning is achieved through a practical blend of discussion, activities and reflective practice. Reference is made throughout the programme to CQC inspection standards, reports, expectations, processes etc.
What will I learn:
Each session focusses on a different element of care leadership. At the end of every session, learners will complete an action plan and will be expected to report back on their progress at the next session. The focus is on achieving practical outcomes, rather than simply being a theoretical exercise. Peer support is encouraged and professional relationships formed during the course often continue after completion of the programme.
The programme is delivered through five full-day workshops, usually delivered monthly:
Day One: Successful Behaviours for leaders and managers
Day Two: Developing a positive culture
Day Three: Effective supervision
Day Four: Leading and managing the process of change
Day Five. Leading and managing the inspection process
What does the course lead to:
It complements the Manager Induction Standards and Level 4 Certificate in Principles of Leadership and Management in Adult Social Care.
How will I be assessed:
Through classroom tasks and assignments
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