Aspiring Leaders for Oxfordshire Care Providers – Module 4

March 12, 2020

Grey Matter Learning are offering a 5-module course for aspiring leaders in Oxfordshire with costs covered by Skills for Care’s Workforce Development Fund.

Who is this opportunity for ?
This programme is for supervisory staff below Registered Manager Level, who would benefit from an introduction to leadership programme. This programme is for individuals who have not attended any other leadership programmes in the past and who are keen to improve their supervisory skills to provide added value on their return to the workplace. As with other Care Leadership programme delegates will be expected to choose a mini project that would contribute to improving their effectiveness or that of the organisation in which they work.

The programme is different to the recent HEE-funded Care Leadership programme.

How long is the programme and on what dates will the modules be held ?

This five day leaders’ programme run by Grey Matter Learning as a Skills for Care Endorsed learning provider supports staff to develop skills in supervision, CQC inspections, behaviours and culture, as well as assisting with confidence, idea-sharing and networking opportunities.

  • Module 1: Successful Behaviours for Leaders and Managers- 4 February 2020
  • Module 2: Developing a Positive Culture- 13 February 2020
  • Module 3: Effective Supervision- 3 March 2020
  • Module 4: Leading and Managing the Process of Change- 12 March 2020
  • Module 5: Leading and Managing the Inspection Process- 24 March 2020

Do delegates have to attend all modules?

Yes there is a requirement to attend all modules so delegates should take note of the dates when signing up for the programme. If one module is missed, delegates can attend a webinar (cost £60 including VAT) to ensure they complete the programme. Only people who have attended all 5 days or 4 face to face sessions and a webinar will be certificated.

Is there a charge for attending?

The cost of each delegate place is £500 however this can be fully funded. Normally providers are asked to claim back the £500 delegate place fee when they complete their organisations Adult Social Care Workforce Data Set. On this occasion there is no need to pay in advance, but providers are required to complete the Adult Social Care Workforce Data Set (ASC-WDS) (formerly known as NMDS-SC).

Where will the modules be held?

The programme will be held at Oxford Innovation.

Find out more…

Click here and reserve your place and we will support you to acquire the funding.


Module 4 –  Leading and managing the process of change

  • Identify the changing nature of adult social care and the impact of current developments
  • Describe own role in leading change and how behaviours support this
  • Explain techniques to support change
  • Explain the value of co-production
  • Describe the importance of working with others in managing change
  • Identify a range of individuals who can contribute to achieving positive outcomes
  • Explain the benefits of involving other people in the decision making process
  • Explain practical strategies engage individuals in decision making and review
  • Describe how to create a shared approach to problem solving
  • Explain how to identify quality learning that will lead to positive change
  • Identify ways to capture evidence and measure the impact of the changes made
  • Develop an initial action plan to implement the learning that has taken place
Venue:
Oxford Innovation Centre
New Road, Oxford, OX1 1BY
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Organiser:
Grey Matter Learning
Phone:
01635 890373
Email:
Website:
www.greymatterlearning.co.uk