NCFE CACHE Level 5 Diploma in Leadership and Management for Residential Childcare (England) (601/4845/7)
The NCFE CACHE Level 5 Diploma in Leadership and Management for Residential Childcare (England) (601/4845/7) is aimed at candidates who are working as Deputy Managers or Managers in a residential setting and are looking to develop skills and knowledge needed to manage practice and lead others in residential childcare settings for children and young people.
Through the Learning Assistant platform provided by City & Guilds, you can earn your qualification online while learning, developing and practicing the skills required for employment and/or career progression in Health & Social Care.
To gain the Level 5 Diploma in Leadership and Management for Residential Childcare (England) you must complete 15 mandatory units and choose from a wide range of optional units, covering both your knowledge and your working practice. Your assessor will discuss the optional units with you and help you to decide which units would be beneficial to you.
Unit RCC 5.1: Understand Children and Young People’s Development in Residential Childcare
Unit RCC 5.2: Understand Support for Children and Young People who are Vulnerable and Disadvantaged
Unit RCC 5.3: Lead and Manage a Team within a Residential Childcare Setting
Unit RCC 5.4: Lead Practice to Support the Safeguarding and Protection of Children and Young People in Residential Childcare
Unit RCC 5.5: Lead Practice for Communication and Information Management in Residential Childcare Settings
Unit RCC 5.6: Manage Risk in Residential Childcare
Unit RCC 5.7: Lead and Manage Group Living in Residential Childcare
Unit RCC 5.8: Lead a Service that can Support Children or Young People who have Experienced Harm or Abuse
Unit RCC 5.9: Lead Practice to Achieve Positive Outcomes for Children and Young People in Residential Childcare
Unit RCC 5.10: Implement a Positive Relationship Policy in Residential Childcare
Unit RCC 5.11: Lead Practice to Support the Well-Being and Resilience of Children and Young People in Residential Childcare
Unit RCC 5.12: Lead Practice in Safe Use of Digital, Internet and Mobile Technology with Children and Young People
Unit RCC 5.13: Undertake Professional Development in Residential Childcare Settings
Unit RCC 5.14: Lead Practice to Promote the Rights, Diversity and Equality of Children and Young People in Residential Childcare
Unit RCC 5.15: Lead Networks and Multi-Agency Work to Benefit Children and Young People in Residential Childcare
The learning material is provided electronically on the Learning Assistant Platform with a guidebook and assessment plan. The assessment team will monitor your progress to offer you support and guidance throughout your course.
You will build up a portfolio of evidence in the form of written statements or “Reflective Accounts” along with supporting work products you have produced. Observations will be undertaken by a member of the Health & Social Care assessment team. You may also supply witness testimonies or statements from third parties with whom you work. This may include a supervisor, line manager or other suitably qualified individuals who understand your job role and the standards you have to meet to obtain this level of qualification.
A member of the Health & Social Care assessment team will visit you in the workplace at some point during your course to undertake observations of you at work. These will be planned in advance in order to cause the minimum disruption to your work routine and to try to capture as much information in one visit as possible.
The NCFE CACHE Level 5 Diploma in Leadership and Management for Residential Childcare (England) is not approved for those under the age of 16.
Learners will receive 12 months access to their course.
You will receive full uncapped access to the TrustTeach Health & Social Care assessment team for 12 months. You can contact the assessment team via phone, email or over the Learning Assistant platform. Our assessors work Monday – Friday 9am – 5pm, and any messages sent outside of these hours will be picked up during normal working times.
You will receive your e-cert within 1 week of completion and the hard copy of your certificate within 4 weeks of completion.
The cost of the course is £1395.00
Should you wish to pay in full by card you can receive 15% off the full cost of the course. Use code PIF15 or call +44 (0)203 9002048.
Interest-free payment plans are available to suit all budgets with no credit checks.