Fully funded through Skills for Care's Workforce Development Fund

These new innovative programs will help ensure that your supervisors, team leaders and managers are developed to the highest professional standards to meet the challenges they face now and into the future.

Using the latest technology, we have devised a new training pathway that combines trainer led video conferencing and coaching with the structure and support of digital workbooks.


How it works

All learners will need is access to a Laptop/PC/Tablet and the commitment to spend time studying with us to enhance their professional performance. 
As soon as you nominate a learner please pass their details on to us (Name, Email & Telephone details).
We’ll get in touch with the learner and send them a link to complete their course registration.

Courses:

  • Lead to succeed (5 days, spread over a few weeks). Lead to succeed is at the forefront of the more formal development of aspiring new managers and deputies. This learning programme will help individuals to develop their leadership and management potential, gain knowledge and be supported and challenged to put this into practice. We’ve received overwhelming feedback about the difference it can make.

    Unlike undertaking formal qualifications, which can often feel like a solitary process, Lead to succeed connects aspiring managers with their peers.

    Learners completing Lead to succeed will understand how successful behaviours and practical strategies can support them in their day-to-day work. They will be challenged to put these into practice, boosting their capacity to lead and manage effectively.

    The programme includes an emphasis on reflection, helping individuals to learn from their day-to-day experiences and think about how they can do things differently or get better at recognising what they do well.

  • Well-led (4 days, spread over a few weeks).
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    ll-led is a national development programme for both new and experienced managers of adult social care services. This learning programme is grounded in the reality of social care delivery and was developed in partnership with managers familiar with the day-to-day challenges of leading a care team. The programme is underpinned by models of leadership that can be practically applied to deliver change and promote best practice. It was designed to enable leaders to deliver care in line with the expectations of a well-led service.
    Well-led will help individuals to develop their leadership and management potential, gain knowledge and be supported and challenged to put this into practice. It includes an emphasis on reflection, helping individuals to learn from their day-to-day experiences and think about how they can do things differently or get better at recognising what they do well. Unlike undertaking formal qualifications, which can often feel like a solitary process, Well-led connects managers with their peers.
  • Understanding Performance Management (1 day).
    This CPD module will help managers to explore the performance management cycle, recognise that people perform differently and utilise tools and techniques available. Unlike undertaking formal qualifications, which can often feel like a solitary process, this CPD module connects managers with their peers. Managers will understand how successful behaviours and practical strategies can support them in their day-to-day work. They’ll be challenged to put these into practice, boosting their capacity to lead and manage effectively. The module includes an emphasis on reflection, helping managers to learn from their day-today experiences and think about how they can do things differently or get better at recognising what they do well.
  • Understanding Self-management Skills (1 day).
    This CPD module will help managers to tackle isolation, manage time, build resilience and ensure wellbeing. It will look at techniques and tools which can support managers to self manage and understand when and how behaviours can influence and impact on others.

    Unlike undertaking formal qualifications, which can often feel like a solitary process, this CPD module connects managers with their peers.
    Managers will understand how successful behaviours and practical strategies can support them in their day-to-day work. They’ll be challenged to put these into practice, boosting their capacity to lead and manage effectively.
    The module includes an emphasis on reflection, helping managers to learn from their day-today experiences and think about how they can do things differently or get better at recognising what they do well.

  • Understanding Workplace Culture (1 day).
    This CPD module will help managers to explore the critical links between vision, values and culture, providing practical support to influence change and develop the culture of their service.  Unlike undertaking formal qualifications, which can often feel like a solitary process, this CPD module connects managers with their peers. Managers will understand how successful behaviours and practical strategies can support them in their day-to-day work. They’ll be challenged to put these into practice, boosting their capacity to lead and manage effectively. The module includes an emphasis on reflection, helping managers to learn from their day-today experiences and think about how they can do things differently or get better at recognising what they do well. 

    Contact us to find out more.


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