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Proposal for a new textbook supporting the Level 5 Diploma in Leadership for Health and Social Care

Proposal for a new textbook supporting the Level 5 Diploma in Leadership for Health and Social Care

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  • HODDER EDUCATIONProposed text for Level Five Diploma in Leadership forHealth and Social Care and Children and Young People(Adult Pathway) by Tina Tilmouth et al.OverviewThe proposal is to provide a text book of 13 Chapters each covering 5 core units fromgroup A and additional 8 units from groups E ,F and G of the Level Five Diploma inLeadership.There are three pathways in the adult section of the diploma structure: Adults’ residentialManagement ( E) Adults’ Management ( F) and Adults’ Advanced Practice (G)By devoting a chapter to cover the knowledge requirements of each of the units we wouldbe providing students with a text book that would be most useful for all pathways.The textbook will provide aims and objectives at the start of each chapter.Each chapter will then focus on the major issues emerging in the theme together with a moreextensive reading list and formative activities prior to a summary activity. It is likely thatthe knowledge and competencies required for the care worker will be detailed in thediploma structure and it would be useful if the text book adhered to these and used theheadings outlined to guide the text.I make no apologies for lifting the outcomes and assessment criteria from the actual diplomacourse and using them here to structure the actual chapters of the book. In light of reviewswhich demonstrated the need for care workers to have a ‘working’ text which clearly showsthem how they might achieve the objectives and, having seen the Hodder publication atlevel three, I believe we can use the same format in this text with the addition of more theoryand research to meet level five criteria.In italics at the end of each chapter I have indicated content which might lift the level of thetext by the addition of theoretical aspects of leadership and management.Some of these as appropriate can be presented as material for Continuing ProfessionalDevelopment and Reference above and beyond the prescriptive criteria of Diplomaassessment objectives. Having written this sort of outcome/ competency based type of textbefore there is a danger that it can become overly formulaic and read as a procedure manualmerely for the coverage of criteria. At level five I think we really need to go beyond this andI anticipate challenging the learner to undertake research for some of the assessments wecover.Example of Chapter 1 Structure
  • Chapter OneM1 Develop health and safety and risk management policies, procedures and practices inhealth and social care or children and young people’s settingsCredit value-5Unit purpose and aimsThe purpose of this unit is to assess the learner’s knowledge, understanding and skillsrequired for Health and Safety and Risk Management, including the development ofpolicies, procedures and practices in health and social care or children and young people’ssettings.Learning outcomes (NB Learning outcomes 2, 3, 4 and 5 must be assessed in thework setting):1. Understand the current legislative framework and organisational health, safety and riskmanagement policies, procedures and practices that are relevant to health, and social care orchildren and young people’s settings2. Be able to implement and monitor compliance with health, safety andrisk management requirements in health and social care or children and young people’ssettings3. Be able to lead the implementation of policies, procedures and practices to manage risk toindividuals and others in health and social care or children and young people’s settings4. Be able to promote a culture where needs and risks are balanced with health and safetypractice in health and social care or children and young people’ssettings5. Be able to improve health, safety and risk management policies, procedures and practicesin health and social care or children and young people’s settingsAssessment criteria. The learner can:1.1 Explain the legislative framework for health, safety and risk management in the worksetting1.2 Analyse how policies, procedures and practices in own setting meet health, safety andrisk management requirements2.1 Demonstrate compliance with health, safety and risk management procedures2.2 Support others to comply with legislative and organisational health, safety and riskmanagement policies, procedures and practices relevant to their work2.3 Explain the actions to take when health, safety and risk management, procedures andpractices are not being complied with Page 2 of 2
  • 2.4 Complete records and reports on health, safety and risk management issues according tolegislative and organisational requirements3.1 Contribute to development of policies, procedures and practices to identify, assess andmanage risk to individuals and others3.2 Work with individuals and others to assess potential risks and hazards3.3 Work with individuals and others to manage potential risks and hazards4.1 Work with individuals to balance the management of risk with individual rights and theviews of others4.2 Work with individuals and others to develop a balanced approach to risk managementthat takes into account the benefits for individuals of risk taking4.3 Evaluate own practice in promoting a balanced approach to risk management4.4 Analyse how helping others to understand the balance between risk and rights improvespractice5.1 Obtain feedback on health, safety and risk management policies, procedures andpractices from individuals and others5.2 Evaluate the health, safety and risk management policies, procedures and practiceswithin the work setting5.3 Identify areas of policies, procedures and practices that need improvement to ensuresafety and protection in the work setting5.4 Recommend changes to policies, procedures and practices that ensure safety andprotection in the work settingUnit guided learning hours -33Additional Material for CPD, Expansion and ReferenceFactors that influence and constrain planning and delivery of quality careJustifying decision making and selection of care strategiesAssessing and managing riskMonitoring and reviewing care plansCollaborative decision makingFull Contents ListNB You can assume that content will cover all Learning Objectives,Assessment Criteria and offer several expansion topics for CPD andReference as per the example given above. 1. Chapter OneM1 Develop health and safety and risk management policies, procedures and practices inhealth and social care or children and young people’s settings 2. Chapter TwoM2c Work in partnership in health and social care or children and young people’s settings 3. Chapter ThreeSHC 51 Use and develop systems that promote communication Page 3 of 3 View slide
  • 4. Chapter FourSHC 52 Promote professional development 5. Chapter FiveSHC 53 Champion equality, diversity and inclusion 6. Chapter SixHSCM1 Lead person centred practice 7. Chapter sevenLM1c Title Lead and manage a team within a health and social care or children and youngpeople’s setting 8. Chapter EightLM2c Develop professional supervision practice in health and social care or children andyoung people’s work settings 9. Chapter NineM3 Manage health and social care practice to ensure positive outcomes for individuals 10. Chapter TenP1 Safeguarding and Protection of Vulnerable Adults 11. Chapter ElevenP3 Lead and manage group living for adults 12. Chapter TwelveP5 Understand safeguarding of children and young people (for those working in the adultsector) 13. Chapter ThirteenSS 5.1 Assess the individual in a health and social care settingIllustrative Content, Diagrams, Photos etc.We anticipate have a variety of diagrams, artworks and photos to illustrate key principlesor data. Tables, textboxes and activities will be used throughout the text.Over all there will be an additional feature or image on every couple of pages, although atLevel 5 quality of information will be paramount.Estimated Length135,000 words covering 13 units.We anticipate a colourful, well laid out book coming to approximately 384 pages.Additional Resources Page 4 of 4 View slide
  • We do not envisage supplementary resources (online or print) being necessary at this time,however we would be interested to hear reviewer opinions on this – please let us know whatyou think!Market for the BookA new award is being developed and a text book to cover the knowledge base is always auseful addition for any teachers/ assessors /students . There is always a request for suchmaterial and we could be at the forefront to provide a book that is available as soon as theaward is published.The text will also address the competency requirements and could be written to show howevidence for such may be collected.The Care industry is continually changing and is still a growth industry. This text will bemore useful to those in care settings although such texts are also used in FE and HE for thepurpose of NVQs (now Diplomas) etc. A good text which gives introductory material at thislevel is likely to be a welcome addition.CompetitionThere are no books for this award. There are several resources, however existing texts referto NVQ Level 4 in Care and the Registered Manager award which is now being replaced, orare generically “Advanced”.I believe this text will perform the role that some of the previous texts have done for theabove but will be focussed towards the new leadership award.Author backgroundI have published the following texts: • Distance Learning Materials for Network Publishing; • Safe Handling Of Medicines • Registered Managers award • Level 4 Health and Social Care NVQ • Distance Learning Materials for Cable Education • Level Two and Three Care NVQs • Contributing to the Care SettingFor Reflect press: • Safe and Clean Care- Infection, Prevention and Control for Health and Social Care Students. • Social Policy ( pending publication June 2011)For Hodder Education: Page 5 of 5
  • • Health and Social Care for Foundation Degree students Hodder and Stoughton (pending) May 2011Professional positions, affiliations, experience:HE Lecturer , Programme Manager for Health and Social care, Senior Nurse Teacher,Writer. PsychotherapistExperience of examining for AQA , Edexcel and OCR. Page 6 of 6