The Care Home Management Level 3 course teaches you the core knowledge and skills to become a great Care Home Manager, such as management and leadership, health and safety, patient-centred approaches to care and a high level of professional ethics.
The unique course has been developed to assist people considering entering the Retirement homes Business or those who are already in the profession and wanting not only to improve their skills, but also keep up to date with the latest possible offerings of assistance. Many larger organisations caring for the aged have grown to such proportions that they expose their home managers to external and internal pressures, creating problems of ever increasing intricacy.
If you want to develop your knowledge of Care Home Management so that you can embark on a rewarding career or maybe you are already working in a related field and want to improve your career prospects, then this is the course for you. Care Home Managers duties include the running of the care home, organising activities for residents and ensuring families have all the support and information they need.
This a Level 5 qualification aimed at managers, deputies who hold managerial responsibilities within care services for adults such as residential homes, supported living, day services, and community care environments. These roles are likely to include some responsibility for managing activities, people and other resources, information and quality.
This is a comprehensive programme of study incorporating all of the essential core skills and experiences required for the competent supported housing professional. This incorporates elements of social care, and housing management.
This course focuses on management in care settings, management of provision of care, support of client needs, and maintaining client independence, as well as theories and perspectives of management within care organisations; the course has 2 pathways: children and young people or adult residential.
Students attend college for 1 study session each week which assists learners in gaining the underpinning knowledge needed for the award; the sessions also gives learners guidance with assessment, collection of evidence and portfolio building; in addition, an assessor visit learners in the workplace to accredit evidence.
This course is for those working in residential establishments, nursing and with special needs.
Cost: £378.00 per course
Location: Online course