ILM Level 4 certificate in Principles of Leadership and Management for Adult Social Care
08 Jun 19
This qualification aims to provide learners who are new or aspiring adult social care managers with the knowledge required to carry out their role effectively in the workplace and progress in their career.
This qualification has been specifically developed for learners in Northern Ireland. The qualification provides essential knowledge about adult social care as well as leadership and management. Learners taking this qualification will extend their knowledge base so that they become more effective as leaders and managers in their current roles as well as preparing them for career progression within the adult social care sector.
Students must achieve 23 CREDITS in total across a range of units, including:
Leadership, Management and Team Work in Adult Social Care
Governance, Regulation and Service Improvement in Adult Social Care
Communication and Information Management in Adult Social Care
Partnership Working in Adult Social Care
Continuous Improvement and Innovation in Adult Social Care
Personal and Professional Development in Adult Social Care
Supervision and Performance Management in Adult Social Care
Resource Management in Adult Social Care
Safeguarding and Protection in Adult Social Care
Person-Centred Outcomes-Based Practice in Adult Social Care
All units are assessed through written assignments.
Learners taking this qualification will extend their knowledge base so that they become more effective in their current roles as well as preparing them for career progression into supervisory / management roles within the adult social care sector.
There are no set entry requirements for this qualification; however learners must demonstrate that they have the academic potential and also appropriate experience of adult social care service delivery, in order to meet the demands of the course.
- GCSE English or equivalent
- Level 3 qualification
- ICT literacy
- Employed within an adult social care service
All fees are set in accordance with DfE regulations.
Contact: Department Secretary, Tel: 028 9026 5442 or email: [email protected]