Module 3: Role of Practice Leadership in Implementing Ethical Care and Support.
Duration: One day (9.30am to 4pm)
- For participants to understand the role of leadership to ensure that quality care and support is provided effectively and safely.
- To enable participants to gain knowledge of key legal and ethical issues that are relevant to leading teams that support people with a learning disability and to be able to integrate these into their daily practice.
- For senior support staff, team leaders and managers to mentor and supervise with others.
- Understand leadership styles, roles and responsibilities for developing their team.
- Review the Leadership Qualities Frameworks and how this can be used to develop oursleves and our teams.
- Understand and be able to meet CQC requirements for well led services.
- Be able to recognise signs of care erosion that could lead to unethical practice and a decline in the quality of care.
- Identify areas to improve the quality of supervision.
- What is effective leadership.
- Leadership styles and behaviours.
- Legislation that supports implementation of ethical care and support.
- A leader’s responsibilities.
- Ethical leadership.
- Care erosion.
- Supervision and support.
- Reflective practice.
- The six keys to leading wellbeing.
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