NCFE CACHE Level 4 Diploma in Adult Care

NCFE CACHE Level 4 Diploma in Adult Care

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Sector:

Health, Public Services and Care, Health and Social Care

Overview

Through this qualification, you will gain the knowledge, understanding, and skills required when working in lead practitioner roles in adult care provision.

The qualification will enable you to progress into employment in settings such as residential or nursing homes, domiciliary care, day centers, an individual’s own home, or some clinical healthcare settings.

Delivery Methods

London College of Professional Studies provides various flexible delivery methods to its learners which include blended learning, online learning, distance learning, and in class. The learners can choose the mode of study as per their choice and convenience. Learners are able to:

  • All course material, including online modules and written assignments
  • Teacher support
  • LCPS online  portal ( 24/7 access to our user-friendly learning portal)
  • Assignments briefing
  • Excellent quality of study notes
  • Assignment marking and feedback
  • Online library.
  • Fully accredited UK courses
  • Dedicated customer support via chat, telephone, and email ( Monday to Friday)
  • Proper support to our students until they completed the course.

Accreditation

Ncfe / Cache Ofqual regulated awarding bodies

NCFE Qualifications

NCFE Qualifications

Duration

The programme is available in 2 duration modes:

  • 12 Months
  • 18 Months

Course Delivery

  • Online
  • In class ( We have different fee structure for in class students )

Do you need to be working to take this qualification?

Learners will need to be working, volunteering or on practical placement as they will need to show competence in both knowledge and skills.

Entry Requirements

For this qualification learners will need to be at least 18 years old and have a minimum standard of level 2 functional skills English and maths

Module Structure

Learners must achieve a minimum of 70 credits to achieve the Level 4 Diploma in Adult Care.

36 credits must be achieved from the mandatory group. Learners must achieve 34 credits from the optional units.

36 credits must be achieved from the   mandatory group.      
Unit title Unit type Level Credit
Lead communication in adult care settings Knowledge/Skills 4 4
Develop, maintain and use records and reports Knowledge/Skills 4 3
Personal development in adult care settings Knowledge/Skills 4 4
Lead inclusive practice in adult care settings Knowledge/Skills 4 3
Lead health and safety in adult care settings Knowledge/Skills 4 3
Facilitate person-centred assessment to support well-being Knowledge/Skills 4 2
Facilitate support planning to ensure positive outcomes for individuals and to support well- being Knowledge/Skills 4 2
Professional practice in adult care settings Knowledge/Skills 4 3
Working in partnership with others Knowledge/Skills 4 4
Understand personalisation in care and support services Knowledge 4 4
Understand safeguarding and protection in adult care settings Knowledge 4 2
Safeguard children and young people who are present in the adult care sector Knowledge/Skills 4 2
 

Achieve 34 credits from the optional units.

 

     
Unit title Unit type Level Credit
Advocacy in adult care Knowledge/Skills 4 5
Co-ordinate the use of assistive living technology Knowledge/Skills 4 4
Support the development of community partnerships Knowledge/Skills 4 5
Lead practice to support individuals to access and engage in education, training or employment (ETE) Knowledge/Skills 4 4
Lead practice in providing information, advice and guidance Knowledge/Skills 4 4
Awareness of the Mental Capacity Act 2005 Knowledge 3 3
Promote nutrition and hydration in adult care settings Knowledge/Skills 3 4
Develop, implement and review reablement plans Knowledge/Skills 4 4
Support individuals to access and use services and facilities Knowledge/Skills 3 4
Support individuals to access and manage direct payments Knowledge/Skills 4 4
Support individuals to access housing and accommodation services Knowledge/Skills 3 4
Support the spiritual well-being of individuals Knowledge/Skills 3 3
Support carers to meet the care needs of individuals Knowledge/Skills 3 4
Specialist areas of care Knowledge/Skills 4 5
Undertake research in adult care Knowledge/Skills 4 8
Promote innovation and change in adult care Knowledge/Skills 4 3
Manage induction in adult care Knowledge/Skills 4 3
Lead learning and development in adult care Knowledge/Skills 4 4
Mentoring in adult social care Knowledge/Skills 4 4
Partnership working in adult social care Knowledge/Skills 4 4

Progression

Completion of this qualification could lead to progression to the Level 5 Diploma in Leadership for Health and Social Care and Children and Young People’s Services (England) qualification.

The qualification will enable learners to progress into employment in settings such as residential or nursing homes, domiciliary care, day centres, an individual’s own home or some clinical healthcare settings.

Which type of job roles can learners apply for on completion?

Learners can progress into a number of lead practitioner job roles within the adult care sector, such as:

  •  Community Care/Support Officer
  •  Social Care Assessor
  •  Care Assessment Officer
  •  Social Services Officer
  •  Brokerage Worker
  •  Rehabilitation and Reablement Assistant
  •  Independence Support Assistant
  •  Reablement Support Worker/Officer
  •  T elecare Assistant
  •  Assistive Technology Co-ordinator/Officer.

What does the qualification cover?

This qualification will support learners to develop specialist knowledge and skills in their area of responsibility and enable learners to promote a values-based culture within their setting.
This qualification can act as a progression route from the Level 3 Diploma in Adult Care qualification to the Level 5 Diploma in Leadership and Management for Adult Care qualification.
The qualification also aligns to the Apprenticeship Standard for Lead Practitioner in Adult Care.

Assessment

The qualification will be assessed using a range of methods. This could include direct observation in the workplace, a portfolio of evidence, written assignments or a task

Ask Your Queries

FAQ

  • What are the benefits of studying at the London College of Professional Studies?

    There are many benefits of joining LCPS. We offer free Induction and unlimited tutor support. Find out more by visiting our page: " Benefits of studying in LCPS"

  • What payment options do we offer?

    Paying in full is the easiest and most straightforward way to pay for your course. However, we realize that sometimes you may need a little help, that is why in London College of Professional Studies we offer our students the option of spreading the cost of studies up to 6 to 8 months.

  • Does the London College of Professional Studies offer recognized qualifications?

    Our courses that provide qualifications upon completion are accredited by established awarding organisations, to provide courses such as OTHM, QUALIFI and NCFE CACHE all these awarding bodies are Ofqual regulated.

    NCFE Qualifications - (lcps.org.uk)

    OTHM Qualification (lcps.org.uk)

    Qualifi Qualification (lcps.org.uk)

    Each independent awarding body performs detailed rigorous check to ensure our courses meets their high standards.

    Read each course page carefully and you can find more information underneath the ‘course outcomes’ section.

  • Study online?

    If you choose to study online, you’ll receive access to our exclusive e-learning portal which can be accessed 24/ 7 for the duration of the course, which has been accommodated with all your study materials, books and guidelines.

  • Is there a time limit for the completion of my course?

    We provide flexibility on the submissions means there is no deadlines to miss for the submission for each unit. You can also extent the total course duration but, it totally depends on you and your circumstances.

    Although our distance learning courses are time flexible, you have a certain time limit to complete your course. Check the course page under ‘course duration’ as it varies dependant on each course.

    We always allow plenty of time to complete a course, so you are able to study at a pace that suits you!

    You are also permitted to extend your course duration without any pressure however, you should inform your teacher and support team member that you want to extend or hold the course. Contact Student Support for more information on this matter.

  • How does a tutor support work when studying via distance learning?

    When you enrol onto your chosen course, you will receive your personal course supervisor details and Online portal access which you can access 24/7 for study at any time.

    You will have all the study notes, Assignment briefing, Online library and guidelines etc.

    The teachers will be there to support you with questions and for further explanations about your course, students can contact them via emails easily. Our teachers also conduct Virtual (online) meetings with students individually or in groups on (Zoom and Teams) for different courses including Education and training and Adult Care and Child Care courses.

    We also provide blended learning which is one of other option we offer to our students.

    If you have a question, just email your course supervisor and they will get back to you with help and support through email.

    Your course accessors will mark and give you feedback on your assignments. Will let you know about improvements you need to do.

  • How do I get my work assessed?

    When you will upload your assignment on the portal, it will be marked and returned to you.

    On successful completion of the course you will be awarded your certificate.

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