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Thursday, 29 January 2015

Start date announced for social care managers programme

Written by The Editorial Team

The National Skills Academy (NSA) for Social Care have announced a March start date for their Front-line Leaders programme.

Front-line Leaders consists of 3 modules mapped to the Skills Academy’s Leadership Qualities Framework (LQF), to the latest CQC Essential Standards, and to the Skills for Care Manager Induction Standards (MIS).

The 6 month programme uses a blended approach to learning, comprising six full workshop days and four one-hour online (virtual) classroom sessions.

Learners who successfully complete all elements of the programme will be eligible to achieve the Institute of Leadership & Management (ILM) Level 4 Award in Leadership qualification or a certificate from the NSA.

The NSA say: "With so much change in adult social care, this programme is timely and highly relevant. Modules are mapped to the Leadership Qualities Framework (LQF) and the Manager Induction Standards.

"They also explore the impact of changes to CQC inspections and regulations."

The programme will start on Wednesday 18th March and you can register your interest by contacting: Louisa.Imanene@skillsforcare.org.uk

For more details, visit: www.nsasocialcare.co.uk/programmes/front-line-leaders