What we offer?
The programmes we offer will help you to develop the skills and knowledge required to work within Health and Social Care. This may be taught programme or by assessment of a portfolio of evidence and observation of practice.
How do I know what level to achieve?
– Diploma Level 2
The level is recommended for those who are working towards employment within the care sector, or are working mainly under supervision. The programme focuses on enabling quality person centred care, developing and maintaining an individual’s independence, and improving the delivery of care to service users. For this reason, it is highly recommended for home care assistants, community support workers, healthcare assistants and residential or day service assistants who work with adults. Delegates will get the option to customise their diploma to suit them, with generic, dementia and learning disabilities pathways available.
– Diploma Level 3
Designed for those who already work in the care sector, with responsibility, sometimes working without supervision. The programme sets the standard for those working in health and social care. Upon successful completion of this diploma, delegates will be recognised as having the fundamental skills and occupational competence necessary to work with adults across all social care settings; the delegate can choose between the Adults pathway and the Children and Young People pathway, depending on their specialist area. The course meets recommendations by the CQC to improve the quality of care delivery and will foster greater team co-operation within all care settings.
– Diploma Level 4
Designed for those, such as deputy managers and assistant managers, whose role makes them responsible for a facility which provides service to adults? The programme fulfils regulatory requirements and give delegates the opportunity to gain both managerial and care knowledge in order to meet their responsibilities when providing assistance to staff with the assessment and attention to an individual’s needs.