Care Management in Practice for the Registered Manager Award NVQ 4
Heinemann, 2003 - National Vocational Qualifications (Great Britain). - 394 pages
This title contains theory and skills that candidates will need for the Registered Managers Award and is matched to the NVQ Level 4 Care Management Standards. It is written in a jargon-free style, to ensure that it is accessible to all candidates, and presents case studies taken from the care sector. The authors ensure that the title is up-to-date with the latest information, theories and cases studies, all of which is placed clearly in the context of care, so the book is completely focused. It also presents reading lists and website address to provide candidates the option to widen their studies and continue their professional development.
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RM1 Manage a Service which Achieves the Best Possible Outcomes
B3 Manage the Use of Financial Resources
C13 Manage the Performance of Teams and Individuals
D4 Provide Information to Support Decision Making
C8 Select Personnel for Activities
D2 Facilitate Meetings
RM2 Ensure Individuals and Groups are Supported Appropriately
F3 Manage Continuous Quality Improvement
Develop and Sustain Arrangements for Joint Working
Links between Registered Manager Award and NVQ4 Care
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