Is the Course for me?
This course has a high employability value. The units are focused on the knowledge employers in Health & Social Care require, in order to work with vulnerable individuals such as individuals with Dementia or Stroke.
You could use this qualification to become a Care Assistant in a care home with the elderly.
The knowledge you gain from this course could also enable you to progress within the Health and Social Care organisation you work in.
What is involved?
The course contains varied units from Protection & Safeguarding, Dementia Awareness and Care of the Elderly. It also includes overall knowledge about Communication, Duty of Care and Equality and Inclusion. Case studies are used to demonstrate application of knowledge.
Group and one to one tutorials are set up on the programme to further assist you with successfully completing the course. Support tutorials are at flexible times to meet your needs. This could occur during the daytime and evenings.
The work is internally assessed and there are no exams. The three mandatory units are Duty of Care in Health and Social Care, Equality and Inclusion and Communication in Health and Social Care.
Various assessment methods are used to ensure learning & teaching has taken place such as peer assessment, case studies, practical demonstration, role play, presentations and written assignments.
Flexibility is provided for any learner with SEN; support is available from the SEN team. The maintenance of high standards is our priority, in order to make the lessons interesting and stimulating for all learners.
Gain work based employment within the Health and Social Care sector