These qualifications aim to guide and assess the development of knowledge and skills relating to the health and social care workforce. The Level 3 Diploma in Health and Social Care (Adults) for England (QCF) confirms competence in areas of health and social care as appropriate and is the required qualification for registration and regulatory
Dementia Care Dementia is a growing challenge to health and social care provision and society in general. Our training helps you understand what dementia is, how it manifests itself and why so that you feel equipped to put into practice the practical responses to dementia care explained in the DVD. Ideal for newcomers to providing
Health And Social Care NVQ Level 2 - Fully Funded The Health And Social Care NVQ qualification is ideal for anyone working within the care environment.A care role can see you working as part of the NHS, local authorities, Care Homes, PCT’s and all health sectors in the public & private sector. By undertaking this qualification you are
The course is made up of 4 units and takes just 6 weeks to complete. Understanding diabetes The prevention and early intervention of type 2 diabetes Understanding the care and management of diabetes Understanding the treatment and management of diabetes
The HABC Level 3 Certificate in Preparing to Work in Adult Social Care (QCF) has been accredited by the regulators of England and Wales (Ofqual and Welsh Government) and is part of the Qualifications and Credit Framework (QCF). It is supported by Skills for Care and Development, the Sector Skills Council for the UK Care sector. It’s aimed at
ROLE OF THE CARE WORKER TRAINING In order to fulfil their role efficiently and successfully, health and social care workers need to have a clear understanding of their role and duties. Furthermore, it is an induction requirement that new workers are trained to understand their role. A health or social care worker who understands the
The course offers the opportunity to learn English whilst studying for a vocational qualification. You will attend English classes to achieve national ESOL standards in Speaking, Listening, Reading and Writing, Maths, ICT, Citizenship and Employability and Care classes to learn about working in Care. You will learn about babies, children,
The course is made up of 9 units: Principles of communication Principles of personal development Principles of diversity, equality and inclusion Principles of safeguarding and protection Introduction of duty of care Understand the role of a social worker Understand person centred approaches Understand health and safety Understand how to handle
You will study core elements in relation to caring for children and young people, which will include child development, applying theoretical perspectives and philosophical approaches to play, developing speech, language and communication of children. You will also undertake 200 hours of mandatory work placement.
You will need to complete nine mandatory units and a variety optional suitable to your job role, which will total 58 credits. You will be assessed in the workplace using a variety of assessment methods, including observation, witness testimony, reflective accounts and professional discussion.
The learner benefits from gaining knowledge of subjects such as Nutrition, Applied Psychology and Sociology, Physiological Disorders, Public Health, Caring for Individuals with Additional Needs and Infection Prevention and Control. The Personal and Professional Development Unit enables learners to understand the learning process enhancing skills
This course enables you to develop knowledge of subjects such as human development, health promotion, human anatomy and physiology, social science, professional practice, health and safety and communication and interpersonal skills. This course provides you with an opportunity to acquire the value of 90 credits in a one year period. This equates
You will study topics that include, service provisions, principles and values of the caring profession, safe guarding children and young people, person centred support, development of children through play and understanding the importance of engagement in leisure and social activities in Health and Social Care to list just a few.
You will need to complete a range of units demonstrating competency in the workplace. The QCF Diploma in Health and Social Care consists of a minimum of 20 units. This will be demonstrated through a variety of assessment methods such as direct observation, candidate reports and questioning
The programme consists of 5 units covering the following: 1. Understand how to work in end of life care 2. Understand how to provide support to manage pain and discomfort 3. End of life care and dementia 4. Understanding the role of the care worker in time of death 5. Understanding loss and grief in end of life care All learning materials and
A combination of GCSE's English, Maths and Biology with vocational BTEC Level 2 units of study cover a wide variety of study of topics which prepare you for work, or further study in the health and social care sector. Topics for study include Lifespan Development, Health and Social Care Values, First Aid and Nutrition. The programme will also help
The course is made up of 6 units covering the following topics: The person-centered approach to the care and support of individuals with dementia Understanding the factors that can influence communication and interaction with individuals who have dementia Understanding equality, diversity and inclusion in dementia care Understanding behaviour in
You will need to complete a range of units demonstrating competency in the workplace. The QCF Diploma in Health and Social Care consists of a minimum of 20 units. The technical certificate in Preparing to Work in Adult Social Care can be achieved alongside the QCF. This will build portfolio-based evidence for your QCF and technical certificate. You
Candidates will have to achieve all parts of the framework, Health and Social Care Diploma, this is where you demonstrate your practices whilst carrying out your job role. A Technical Certifcate, - preparing to work in Adult Social care, a unit about your Employment Rights and Responsibilities, and Functional Skills Maths and English at Level 2
The qualification totals 65 credits made up of 11 core units and 3 pathway units (this is just one of the 3 pathway units available with the CYPW Diploma) totalling 40 credits; the remaining 25 credits will be covered by choosing optional units that are dependent on the candidates ability to demonstrate evidence/work role.