(English) Care Certificate
(English) What is the Care Certificate? The Care Certificate was introduced on the 1st April 2015 and became mandatory, following the recommendations of the Cavendish Report 2013, and from this point forward all new care workers must have completed this qualification within 12 weeks of starting their new role within the care industry. It is a set of standards that social care and health workers stick to in their daily working life.
Who should take this course? Anyone starting work in the health or social care sectors should complete the certificate, including health care assistants, assistant practitioners, care support workers, adult social care workers providing direct care in residential and nursing homes and hospices and home care workers.
- Staff should not be expected to be on duty.
- Flexible dates, book a day that suits you.
- We also provide a 5 day in-house training course.
- Support the delivery of the Care Certificate;
- Flexible delivery model, which allows learners to manage the pace of their own learning;
- Tracked record of a learner’s progress;
- Individual units available;
- Facility to add employer or training-provider branding
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(English) The duration can vary from organisation to organisation, and may depend upon a range of factors: the hours worked by the learner, teaching methods chosen, previous educational achievement, resources and opportunities for assessment, the availability of assessors in work place.
Intensive – 1 Day from 10-5pm (for companies – up to 12 delegates )
Part-Time – 12 weeks (learners should get their employers to sign off the ‘Assessment Workbook’ units evidence.)
Mode of study – class based, in company
Certificates – within 3 working days
Fees: £32 per person or (if training several staff, we can offer bulk discounts)
Location – Elizabeth House, 39 York Road, London, SE1 7NQ
please contact email@example.com for more information and bookings.