This Level 3 course will support you in undertaking appropriate activities within groups and one to one sessions. It will enable you to budget and support individuals in meaningful activities.
This apprenticeship is designed for people who want to train on the job and gain a nationally recognised qualification in Health and Social Care. You must have good interpersonal skills, respect for people who use the service, good verbal and non-verbal communication skills and a suitable level of fitness to perform some aspects of the […]
You would like to work alongside your studies and gain a Level 3 qualification.
A strong desire to care for other people and the drive to make a real difference to their lives, are both vital if you would like a career in the social care and health industry. If you have lots of patience, the ability to communicate and a friendly nature, you will thrive in this industry, […]
You would like to work alongside your studies and gain a Level 2 qualification.
This level 5 qualification fulfills the regulatory requirement for managers of adult residential and domiciliary services and replaces the NVQ level 4 care and the leadership and management qualifications. This qualification is for those already working in health or health and social care as a manager or assistant / deputy manager or if you are […]
You currently work within this sector and would like to gain a level 5 City & Guilds qualification.
The Level 3 Diploma in Adult Care is an occupational qualification for learners who work in Adult Care Settings. Workers who have key responsibilities roles such as: Lead Adult Care Worker Lead Personal Assistant Key Worker Domiciliary Care Worker Senior Care Assistant Support Worker
This qualification allows candidates to learn, develop and demonstrate the skills and knowledge required for employment and/or career progression in Adult Care within a role which has some autonomy, delegated responsibility or where there may be a need for supervision of others.
The content of the mandatory units covers person centred approaches, communication, personal development, equality and inclusion, handling information, duty of care, responsibilities of the role, safeguarding, and, health, safety and wellbeing. There are also optional units to tailor-made your qualification to your individual role. This is supported with monthly workshops in Camborne and St Austell campus. Also you are allocated an Assessor to support you throughout the qualification.