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ATHE Level 5 Extended Diploma in Management for Health and Social Care

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Overview

An efficient operation of health and social care programs necessitates an effective management plan. Train yourself with this ATHE Level 5 Extended Diploma in Management for Health and Social Care course and obtain the core and advanced knowledge of health and social care management. 

This program is endorsed by the global awarding organisation, ATHE, which is regulated by Ofqual and other United Kingdom and international regulators. ATHE  provides quality customer service and comprehensive training for successful career development

Experts craft the ATHE Level 5 Extended Diploma in Management for Health and Social Care course to help you meet to help you meet the RQF’s criteria as well as the sector’s needs. Through this program, you will grow personally and professionally, enhancing your listening, time management, conflict management, and communication skills. You will develop an understanding of how to supervise a team effectively and lead them from the front to provide high-quality care and support.

Enrol today in this exclusive ATHE Level 5 Extended Diploma in Management for Health and Social Care course to master the skills of managing health and social care teams or organisations.

Note: Learners will not get any additional study materials with the concerned units. However, all necessary forms and guidance will be provided to the learners for assignment submission.

Learning Outcomes:

  • Understand the principles of management for health and social care 
  • Recognise the factors that could impact workplace communication, and be able to review them 
  • Know how to deal with the variations in people’s personalities in a work environment
  • Familiarise with the organisational factors that influence employee success
  • Learn how to develop and sustain working relationships 
  • Be able to supervise your team and monitor work progress

Guided Learning Hours:

These hours are the time an instructor or mentor spends to instruct and supervise a learner, which also includes real-time communication. 

  • Total guided learning hours is: 240 hours

Total Qualification Time:

This is a rough estimation of the time duration in which a learner can complete all learning objectives. The total studying period includes GLH and an estimation of how many hours a student is keen to invest on planning, research, or any other type of learning, including evaluation, that is guided by an instructor. 

  • The Total Qualification Time is 600 Hours 
  • The Total Credit Value is 60

Method of Assessment:

Assessment can take place through:

  • A field study with report submission
  • Any research paper or thesis for publication
  • Development of a case study
  • A critical analysis and assessment of a company’s practices, processes, and structures
  • An employer-engagement activity
  • Development of a portfolio of facts relating to a specific unit

Who is this course for?

If you already work in the healthcare sector and are working towards a management role, this course will be beneficial in every way. It is also a great recap for those who are already in this profession and want to step-up their career. 

Requirements:

  • Learners must be 18 or above 
  • Prior level 4 or higher study in healthcare management or related subjects
  • A level 4 qualification; for example an ATHE Level 4 Diploma in Management for Health and Social Care 
  • Other equivalent international qualifications

Career Path

Learners will have a set of immensely beneficial skills after successfully completing the ATHE Level 5 Extended Diploma in Management for Health and Social Care, which will allow them to pursue a wide range of careers, including:

  • Health and Social Care Manager
  • Health and Social Care Assessor 
  • Care Coordinator Health and Social Care 
  • Compliance Manager Health and Social Care 

Course Curriculum

Mandatory Units
Unit 1: Facilitating Change in Health and Social Care
Unit Info 00:00:00
Self-Assessment 00:00:00
LO1 Evaluate the importance of confidentiality when completing assurance engagements 00:00:00
LO2 Evaluate the importance of confidentiality when completing assurance engagements 00:00:00
LO3 Understand the principles of change management 00:00:00
Indicative Content 00:00:00
Assignment 00:00:00
Unit 2: Managing Communication
Unit Info 00:00:00
Self-Assessment 00:00:00
LO1 Understand how information and knowledge is communicated within an organisation 00:00:00
LO 2 Understand factors that impact on workplace communication 00:00:00
LO3 Be able to promote effective interpersonal communication 00:00:00
LO4 Be able to review communication within an organisation 00:00:00
Managing Communication Resources 00:00:00
Indicative Content 00:00:00
Assignment 00:00:00
Unit 3: People Management
Unit Info 00:00:00
Self-Assessment 00:00:00
LO1 Understand how structure and culture impact on people in organisations 00:00:00
LO2 Understand approaches to managing the differences between individuals that impact on their performance at work 00:00:00
LO3 Understand the organisational factors that impact on people performance 00:00:00
LO4 Understand methods for developing human resources 00:00:00
LO5 Be able to review how people are managed within organisations 00:00:00
People Management Resources 00:00:00
Indicative Content 00:00:00
Assignment Unit 3 People Management 00:00:00
Unit 4: Research Project
Unit Info 00:00:00
Self-Assessment 00:00:00
LO1 Understand how to formulate a research specification 00:00:00
LO2 Be able to implement the research project within agreed procedures and to specification 00:00:00
LO3 Be able to evaluate the research outcomes 00:00:00
LO4 Be able to present the research outcomes 00:00:00
Indicative Content 00:00:00
Assignment Unit 4 Research Project 00:00:00
Optional Units
Unit 5: Corporate Social Responsibility
Unit Info 00:00:00
Self-Assessment 00:00:00
LO1 Understand current corporate social responsibility issues facing business 00:00:00
LO2 Understand current corporate social responsibility issues facing 00:00:00
LO3 Be able to make recommendations for responsible business practice 00:00:00
Indicative Content 00:00:00
Assignment Unit 5 Corporate Social Responsibility 00:00:00
Unit 6: Resource Management
Unit Info 00:00:00
Self-Assessment 00:00:00
LO1 Understand the key features of resource management 00:00:00
LO2 Understand the importance of the effective use of physical resources 00:00:00
LO3 Understand how to maximise the effectiveness of human resources 00:00:00
LO4 Be able to review the effective use of resources 00:00:00
Suggested Resources – Unit 6 Resource Management 00:00:00
Indicative Content 00:00:00
Assignment Unit 6 Resource Management 00:00:00
Unit 7: Leading Organisational Equality and Diversity
Unit Info 00:00:00
Self-Assessment 00:00:00
LO1 Understand the importance of effectively managing equality and diversity 00:00:00
LO2 Understand the dynamics of leading and managing equality and diversity in an organisation 00:00:00
Suggested Resources_ Unit 7 Leading Organisational Equality and Diversity Resources 00:00:00
Indicative Content 00:00:00
Assignment_ Unit 7 Leading Organisational Equality and Diversity 00:00:00
Unit 8: Manage Sustainability in an Organisation
Unit Info 00:00:00
Self-Assignment 00:00:00
LO1 Understand the issues relating to sustainability of an organisation 00:00:00
LO2 Be able to apply legislation, regulations and guidance on sustainability to organisations 00:00:00
LO3 Be able to ‘audit’ the sustainability of an organisation 00:00:00
LO4 Understand how to establish environmental management systems for organisations 00:00:00
Indicative Content 00:00:00
Assignment_ Unit 8 Manage Sustainability in an Organisation 00:00:00
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