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Lead to succeed is a practical learning programme aimed at aspiring managers and deputies in adult social care services.

The programme is delivered through five interactive modules covering the objectives below:

■ Successful behaviours for leaders and managers.

■ Developing a positive culture.

■ Effective supervision.

■ Leading and managing the process of change.

■ Leading and managing the inspection process.

How it helps managers

Lead to succeed is at the forefront of the more formal development of aspiring new managers and deputies. This learning programme will help individuals to develop their leadership and management potential, gain knowledge and be supported and challenged to put this into practice. We’ve received overwhelming feedback about the difference it can make. Unlike undertaking formal qualifications, which can often feel like a solitary process, Lead to succeed connects aspiring managers with their peers. Learners completing Lead to succeed will understand how successful behaviours and practical strategies can support them in their day-to-day work. They will be challenged to put these into practice, boosting their capacity to lead and manage effectively. The programme includes an emphasis on reflection, helping individuals to learn from their day-to-day experiences and think about how they can do things differently or get better at recognising what they do well.


Who offers it?

This learning programme is exclusively available only from Skills for Care’s endorsed training providers. Silas Care Services Luton is a Skills for Care Endorsed Training Provider. 


Is there funding available?

Yes, adult social care employers in England can claim up to £500 per staff member on completion of Well-led. Read more about Skills for Care’s Workforce Development Fund here.

How long does it take?

The five days are usually delivered over a three-month period, enabling the learning from each day to be put into practice between sessions. The programme can be delivered flexibly over five days of normal business working hours, or 10 half days, or a different pattern appropriate to delivery choice and/or audience. Learners are expected to attend each of the five learning and development modules that make up the programme and will only be able to receive a certificate of completion if they have participated in all five modules.

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