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Commissioning for Wellbeing

Commissioning for Wellbeing

To support people for whom commissioning forms part of their role in the workplace.

The first nationally recognised qualification for Commissioners designed by Skills for Care and delivered by Bespoke Consultancy & Education Ltd.

Latest News:

We are so excited to announce our new project! Throughout 2020, we have been working in partnership with Skills for Care delivering a pilot for Commissioning for Wellbeing with a Learning Disability and Autism Focus. It is designed to support commissioners to reconsider and enhance their commissioning practice for people with a learning disability and autistic people. The regional pilot begun in April 2020 with a cohort of 12 commissioners undertaking this course and now successfully completed the qualification. Today, we are excited to announce that this course is now officially launched and ready to go national! Read here for more info.

*Newly launched & fully funded*

Level 5 Certificate in commissioning for Wellbeing (RQF) with Learning Disability and Autism Focus

Commissioning services for people with learning disabilities and/or autism is a vital part of work for commissioning teams in social care, health, housing, and education. When commissioned well, it can make a big difference to someone’s life.

Level 5 Certificate in commissioning for Wellbeing (RQF)

This qualification is designed to support people for whom commissioning forms part of their role in the workplace. It is aimed at those who commission adult care and support services, but the content can also be contextualised to support commissioners in health, social care, housing and children’s care.

“All commissioners should do this course and it should be fundamental to every aspect to a commissioners world.”

Learner from Commissioning for Wellbeing with a Learning Disability and Autism Focus Pilot 2020/2021

“Unlike some other very academic courses with lengthy assignments based on long work count – the course assignment works well for those who are working full time and offers flexibility, presentation, short and longer assignments, therefore draws on peoples different strengths.”

Learner from Commissioning for Wellbeing cohort 2019/2020

“I have gained a much better understanding of co-production, integrated care and market-shaping along with how to identify and manage barriers to partnership working and deliver effectively integrated commissioning.”

Learner from Commissioning for Wellbeing cohort 2019/2020

For more information or to book your place, please call 01275 876733 or email info@bcelearn.co.uk. We are listening.


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