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Maddy Thomson

Programme Head, Standards Learning and Qualifications,

Skills for Care

Finbar Lillis

Skills for Care Associate, Credit Works (Services)

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New routes into

university

for people working

in adult social care

17,000 organisations and 39,000 establishments involved inproviding/organising adult social care

193,000 adults, older people and carers were receiving direct payments from councils' social services departments

approximately 100,000 of these recipients directly employ their own staff

Higher

Apprenticeship

Care Leadership

& Management

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New routes into

university

for people working

in adult social care

Higher

Apprenticeship

Care Leadership

& Management

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New routes into

university

for people working

in adult social care

How did Skills for Care manage to achieve this?

Why have universities and colleges elected to join this national scheme?

How does the HAF take account of differences in systems, and teaching and learning approaches across institutions?

What are the benefits for employers and learners?

What are the gains for HE providers?

Where does SFC plan to go next with this work?

What are the wider implications for HE providers of schemes such as this?

Higher

Apprenticeship

Care Leadership

& Management

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Progress -

How did we get here?

  • Making best use of two Qualification Frameworks
  • Specification

Informed by HE & FE providers

and employers

  • Working in partnership and learning together
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Level 5 Diploma in Leadership in Health and Social Care and Children’s and Young People’s Services

- One qualification 6 pathways

- 7 sample profiles available

  • Wide choice of units within the qualification
  • Underpins the Higher Apprenticeship
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What is our Higher

Apprenticeship?

Specialist

Pathway

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Which HE providers?

Middlesex University

Higher Diploma  Professional Practice in leading and Managing Care Services ( Dementia Care)

Higher Diploma  Professional Practice in leading and Managing Care Services ( End of Life Care)

Higher Diploma  Professional Practice in leading and Managing Care Services ( Business, Quality and Service Improvement) 

University College Birmingham

Professional Diploma in Care Leadership and Management (Business Development and Enterprise)

University of Chichester

Diploma in Professional Practice in Social Care

(Business & Enterprise)

 Diploma in Professional Practice in Social Care (Dementia)

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Whois our Higher

Apprenticeship for?

General Pathway:

Managers, deputies, upcoming leaders,

of day to day provision in a residential

or non-residential service

Those that need specific higher level

care knowledge to do their job

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Whois our Higher

Apprenticeship for ?

Specialist Pathway:

Managers of specialist adult social care services

Business development managers in adult social care

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Costs to employers and learners?

Under £4000 overall

Plus WDF support

Employer support

Loans

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Specification

for Developing Options

for the Specialist Pathway

Describes the SfC HA Framework and provides outline information for HE providers planning to design Specialist Pathway options.

Sets out (in a pro forma for completion), the requirements for HE providers planning to design Specialist Pathway options and the information that they need to supply to SfC for their plans to be approved.

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Process

Provider views the specification

Initial discussion with SfC

Provider mails initial response to SfC

SfC responds within 14 days

Validation

Updated response with modules

SFC adds FHEQ Diploma(s) as options to the Specialist Pathway in the HA Framework

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Module design

Responsive to real life tasks at work

Application of knowledge and skills components of QCF Diploma and FHEQ module

Customised to meet individual needs and interests

‘Common’ learning outcomes across institutions

Maintain consistency of HA across institutions

Reduce proliferation of options in the Specialist Pathway

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More information

https://vimeo.com/channels/skills4care

http://www.thedataservice.org.uk/Statistics/fe_data_library/Apprenticeships/

www.skillsforcare.org.uk/higherapps

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Access to HE and vocational learning

144 QAA Access to Higher Education Diplomas on offer in England and Wales in (health and) social care /work

Is there scope for interlocking Access to HE qualifications with the Advanced and Higher Apprenticeships?

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Level 6 and 7

Is there potential for the development of level 6 and 7 qualifications and Higher Apprenticeships in Adult Social Care?

Progression and SFC CPD qualifications at level 6 and 7

Progression into Social work from the HA in Care Leadership and Management

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Benefits gains

and plans

What are the benefits for employers and learners?

What are the gains for HE providers?

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Where does SFC plan to go next with this work?

  • Secure development of additional HE options in the specialist pathway
  • Promote the Workforce Development Fund
  • Help broker connections and support partnership development
  • Work with providers and employers to develop new ideas and opportunities
  • Track progress and evaluate
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Implications?

What are the wider implications for HE providers of schemes such as this?