The unit ‘Resource Management in Adult Care’ supports the learner to effectively manage resources (human, physical and financial) in an adult care setting.
There are just 2 learning outcomes, and a total of 12 assessment criteria.
- 1. Understand principles of effective resource management.
- 1.1 National, local and organisational strategies and priorities on resource planning and management
- 1.2 Roles, responsibilities and accountabilities for resource management
- 1.3 Importance of accurate forecasting for resource management
- 1.4 Value of using assets and resources outside traditional services and in the community
- 1.5 Role technology plays as a resource in service delivery and service management
- 1.6 Sustainability in terms of resource management in adult care
- 1.7 Processes for acquiring resources
- 2. Understand principles of human resource management.
- 2.1 Factors and approaches known to improve recruitment and retention of adult care staff
- 2.2 Importance of recruitment, selection and induction processes in the organisation and learners role in this process
- 2.3 Importance of ensuring employment practices are free from discrimination and harassment
- 2.4 Processes to identify the numbers and patterns of staffing required to provide a person-centred, outcome-based service
- 2.5 Manage and adjust staffing patterns
PLEASE NOTE: The information on this website is no substitute for your own research. Legislation and best practice changes and this website will not always be up-to-date. You should use more authoritative sources (NHS, government, SCIE etc.) to back up your arguments. In addition, you will need to explain how these principles relate to your own role and your own setting. However, the information on this website will hopefully point you in the right direction 🙂