Level 4 Diploma in Adult Care (RQF)

Level 4 Diploma in Adult Care (RQF)

Level 4 Diploma in Adult Care (RQF) for staff in a Senior Carer Role or who are wanting to progress to a Junior Manager or Care Manager role. It is for students who are already working in care in a supervisory capacity, perhaps as a senior carer or senior support worker and wish to increase their knowledge. It builds on knowledge and skills learned in the level 3 qualification and adds some additional supervisory management and leadership knowledge and skills or provide coaching and mentoring to their colleagues. The level 4 diploma in care will further, specialist skills and knowledge in their area of responsibility which enables them to lead in areas such as assessment or enablement, for instance. Learners will have responsibility for assessing performance and quality of care delivery. 

For employers, it ensures your staff have the correct levels of knowledge and skills to undertake care manager roles where they will be supervising other staff and are responsible for the quality of care delivery. This qualification is for learners who are working as; senior care workers, senior healthcare assistants, care managers, deputy managers, etc

The Level 4 Diploma in Adult Care (RQF), replaces the NVQ 4 in Health and Social Care.

Funding 

This qualification is eligible for funding from the Skills for Care Workforce Development Fund 

Funding value £1050

Structure of Qualification

There are mandatory and optional units. Learners must achieve a total of 70 credits. 36 credits will come from the mandatory units. 34 credits will come from the optional units. There are 12 mandatory units. Learners can choose from a selection of over 20 optional units.

Download the full diploma specification here.

Choosing Optional Units

Care Skilled will allocate a dedicated course tutor to the learners undertaking the level 4 diploma in adult care. The Care Skilled tutor will help the learner choose the best optional units for them and their job.

Types of Jobs

People with this qualification typically do the following jobs;

  • Senior Carer 
  • Senior healthcare assistants
  • Care managers
  • Care Coordinators
  • Deputy managers

These people may be working in the following places;

  • Nursing Home
  • Care Home
  • Homecare
  • Nursing Agency
  • Supported Living

Progression

Following completion of this qualification, learners may progress to
Level 5 Diploma in Adult Care (RQF)

 

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