Focus Awards Level 4 Diploma in Advanced Care Practitioner (RQF)

Focus Awards Level 4 Diploma in Advanced Care Practitioner (RQF)

(QRN – 603/4137/3)



Qualification Overview

The aim of this qualification is aimed at practitioners in the care sector, taking on additional aspects of work prior to moving into a managerial role.

The qualification will provide learners with the skills and knowledge to support managers with day to day activates combined with administration. Upon completion the learner will have a clear understanding of recruiting, building and managing a team.  It will help them understand the factors which influence the need for personal and professional development as well as the need to appropriately manage information and knowledge within organisations.



Qualification Structure

To successfully achieve this qualification learners must gain a total of 43 credits by completing all mandatory units.



Learner Entry Requirements 

There are no specific entry requirements for this qualification.



Progression Routes 

Learners wishing to progress from this qualification can undertake the following qualifications:

  • Level 5 Diploma in Leadership for Health and Social Care and Children and Young People’s Services (England) (RQF)



Age Ranges

Entry is at the discretion of the centre; however learners should be 18 to undertake this qualification.



Geographical Coverage

This qualification is available in England and Northern Ireland.



Qualification Specification

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Unit Title Unit Ref Level GLH Credit
Successful Business Team Development F/617/3448 4 22 3
Understand how to manage a team H/507/9004 4 20 3
Manage conflict within a team K/506/1927 3 25 5
Managing personal and professional development D/617/3456 4 20 6
Staff Recruitment and Selection R/617/3440 5 29 5
Managing Information and Knowledge L/617/3453 4 72 15
Promote innovation and change in adult care K/617/3749 4 25 3
Business Administration Systems J/617/3449 4 31 6
Employee rights and responsibilities L/506/1905 2 16 2