SVQ 4 in Care Services Leadership & Management SCQF 10
The Scottish Vocational Qualification (SVQ 4) in Care Services Leadership and Management at SCQF level 10 recognises the knowledge and skills required from candidates working in management within the care sector. It has been designed to provide a robust and certificated qualification which equips individuals with a range of knowledge, skills and values to enable them to take on the leadership and management challenges facing care services today.
About this course
This qualification covers areas such as managing and developing yourself and your workforce within care services, leading and managing practice that promotes the safeguarding of individuals, health and safety in the work setting, and effective communication systems and practice.
Enrolment Length: 12 Months
Course Format: Workplace Coursework
Entry Requirements: Must be in a management role or supported by a manager to undertake a manager role.
By completing your SVQ 4 in Care Services Leadership & Management CTC will teach you various skills, practices and procedures in your work environment. Our assessors have years of practice between them in the health and social care sector. This wealth of knowledge gives our leaners the best learning experience in the business.
SAAS Funding is available for the SVQ 4 in Care Services Leadership & Management award if you comply with the following criteria:
·study an eligible course
·meet SAAS residence criteria - https://www.saas.gov.uk/files/288/saas-exceptions-to-the-general-residence-conditions.pdf
·be earning an average gross (before tax and National Insurance) income £25,000 a year or less, including bonuses and overtime
To apply for SAAS you must complete the PTFG application form which can be found here - https://www.saas.gov.uk/forms/part-time
Once you have completed this you must send this to email@example.com along with your SVQ application form and 3 latest payslips.
Upon successful completion, learners will gain an international recognised qualification which guarantees that they have the skills, knowledge and abilities required to carry out their role successfully.
There is some overlap of Units between the different levels of SVQ, allowing candidates to progress to other Management SVQs as their job role develops or changes.
Currently due to Coronavirus all our candidates are inducted via video call and given access to our online learning platform Learn Assistant. We are exclusively e-portfolio so everything can be completed remotely. Once candidate’s login they’ll have access to course materials, resources and assignments.
To pass this course candidates must complete their 4 mandatory and 4 optional units. These are completed through a combination of written and/or oral reports and practical assignments and projects which are linked to the candidate’s job role. Once you have submitted work your assessor will read and mark it with productive feedback to help with future assignments.
Content (Group Award Number: GJ9V 24)
The SVQ 4 in Care Services Leadership & Management SCQF Level 10 consists of 4 mandatory Units and 4 optional Units.
To view all units included in this course please visit - https://www.sqa.org.uk/sqa/files_ccc/CareServicesLeadershipandManagementL4GJ9V24GASTRUCTURE.doc
CTC is here to support you through the whole of your award. Each candidate is assigned a personal assessor with years of knowledge and experience in the health & social care sector. You are strongly advised to make use of this knowledge and ask questions about your award.
CTC also offer a drop in webinar for anyone who may have a burning question about their award or SVQs in general. These webinars are available for everyone, to view upcoming webinars please visit our webinar page.
How to apply?
To apply for your SVQ with CTC you must complete our application form which can be found here. Once you have completed this please email it to firstname.lastname@example.org and one of team members will be in touch with you in due course.
Meeting Your Training Needs
The training offered will change over different periods of the year and in relation to changes in practice, we need to keep this fresh & up to date.