Care CertificatePLUS (Accredited) – Cohort 30
19 January - 9:30 am - 4:00 pm
This course is part-funded with a charge of £60 per delegate.
5 day course via Zoom PLUS 2 optional days at HCPA Campus
All sessions must be attended and coursework completed within agreed timeframes (T&C’s apply), and upon successful completion, delegates will also receive an accredited qualification certificate in this subject.
Day 1: 19/01/22
Day 2: 20/01/22
Day 3: 21/01/22
Day 4: 24/01/22
Day 5: 26/01/22
Optional days at HCPA (practical sessions):
Day 6: 27/01/22 (Moving & Assisting)
Day 7: 28/01/22 (Basic Life Support & IPC)
Everyone who works in health or social care must know how to keep people safe and meet their needs. The Care Certificate is a nationally agreed set of standards that detail the Learning objectives and requirements that health and social care staff are expected to be trained in before they can work unsupervised. It is made up of fifteen standards that equip staff with the skills and knowledge they need to perform their role and deliver suitable care.
The Care Certificate ensures that all health and social care professionals have a similar set of introductory skills, behaviours and knowledge, that they can provide high-quality and compassionate care and support, and that they understand their role in their particular workplace setting. The course provides the knowledge component needed to complete the Care Certificate, and teaches the theory and skills needed to demonstrate when being assessed for the Care Certificate, and will learn how to deliver high-quality, person-centred care. Please note: Practical assessments in the workplace setting are required to enable certification.
Learners from HCPA member organisations will also gain a Level 1 Award in Health and Social Care alongside the knowledge elements of the Care Certificate.
• Understand Role
• Personal Development
• Duty of Care
• Equality and Diversity
• Work in a Person-Centred Way
• Privacy and Dignity
• Fluids and Nutrition
• Awareness of Mental Health, Dementia, and Learning Disability
• Basic Life Support
• Health and Safety
• Handling Information
• Infection Prevention and Control
*Please note, competency checks for Basic Life Support and Moving & Assisting will need to be completed on-site by a suitable person within the organisation if opted-out.
Learners are expected to be engaged in learning, participate in all activities including group discussions, and share their own experiences of working in the care sector, whilst respecting confidentiality