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Care Certificate – 15 Modules

The Care Quality Commission (CQC) state that all staff should receive a comprehensive induction that takes into account the recognised standards within the sector and it is relevant to their workplace and their role. The relevant induction in this context means the Care Certificate. These Care Certificate e-learning modules are designed to help you demonstrate knowledge and collect evidence required to complete the Care Certificate. These 15 e-learning courses cover the 15 standards within the Care Certificate and provide you with the foundation of knowledge you need before you can work alone with the clients you will be supporting. You will also be provided with the supporting documentation, assessment paperwork and sign off sheets for each of the standards practical application sections.

The Care Certificate Modules:

1: Understand Your Role

Work in collaboration with your colleagues to ensure the delivery of high quality, safe and compassionate healthcare, care and support. Learning Outcomes

  1. National Occupational Standards
  2. SCDHSC0023 Develop your own knowledge and practice
  3. SCDHSC0227 Contribute to working in partnership with carers

2: Your Personal Development

Strive to improve the quality of healthcare, care and support through continuing professional development. Learning Outcomes

  1. National Occupational Standards
  2. GEN12 Reflect on and evaluate your own values, priorities, interests and effectiveness
  3. GEN13 Synthesise new knowledge into the development of your own practice
  4. SCDHSC0023 Develop your own knowledge and practice
  5. SCDHSC0033 Develop your practice through reflection and learning

3: Duty of Care

You are responsible for, and have a duty of care to ensure that your conduct does not fall below the standards detailed in the Code. Nothing that you do, or omit to do, should harm the safety and wellbeing of people who use health and care services, and the public. Learning Outcomes

  1. National Occupational Standards
  2. SCDCCLD0203 Support the development of children and young people
  3. SCDHSC0024 Support the safeguarding of individuals
  4. SCDHSC0034 Promote the safeguarding of children and young people
  5. SCDHSC0035 Promote the safeguarding of individuals
  6. SCDLDSS2 Safeguard and protect the well-being of children and young people

4: Equality and Diversity

Uphold and promote equality, diversity and inclusion. Learning Outcomes

  1. National Occupational Standards
  2. GEN12 Reflect on and evaluate your own values, priorities, interests and effectiveness
  3. SCDCCLD0203 Support the development of children and young people
  4. SCDHSC0024 Support the safeguarding of individuals
  5. SCDHSC0034 Promote the safeguarding of children and young people
  6. SCDHSC0035 Promote the safeguarding of individuals
  7. SCDHSC0234 Uphold the rights of individuals
  8. SCDHSC3111 Promote the rights and diversity of individuals

5: Work in a Person Centred Way

Promote and uphold the privacy, dignity, rights, health and wellbeing of people who use health and care services and their carers at all times 3. Work in collaboration with your colleagues to ensure the delivery of high quality, safe and compassionate healthcare, care and support. Learning Outcomes

  1. National Occupational Standards
  2. SCDHSC0024 Support the safeguarding of individuals
  3. SCDHSC0026 Support individuals to access information on services and facilities
  4. SCDHSC0035 Promote the safeguarding of individuals
  5. SCDHSC0234 Uphold the rights of individuals
  6. SCDHSC0332 Promote individuals’ positive self-esteem and sense of identity
  7. SCDHSC0350 Support the spiritual wellbeing of individuals

6: Communication

Communicating in an open and effective way to promote the health, safety and wellbeing of people who use health and care services and their carers

  1. National Occupational Standards
  2. GEN97 Communicate effectively in a healthcare environment
  3. SCDCCLD0201 Support effective communication
  4. SCDHSC0031 Promote effective communication
  5. SCDHSC00243 Support the safe use of materials and equipment
  6. SCDLDSS1 Communicate, engage and build positive relationships with children and young
  7. people and their families

7: Privacy and Dignity

Promote and uphold the privacy, dignity, rights, health and wellbeing of people who use health and care services and their carers at all times 3. Work in collaboration with your colleagues to ensure the delivery of high quality, safe and compassionate healthcare, care and support. Learning Outcomes

  1. National Occupational Standards
  2. CHS 6 Move and position individuals
  3. SCDHSC0024 Support the safeguarding of individuals
  4. SCDHSC0035 Promote the safeguarding of individuals
  5. SCDHSC0223 Contribute to moving and positioning individuals
  6. SCDHSC0234 Uphold the rights of individuals
  7. SCDHSC3111 Promote the rights and diversity of individuals

8: Fluids and Nutrition

Promote and uphold the privacy, dignity, rights, health and wellbeing of people who use health and care services and their carers at all times 3. Work in collaboration with your colleagues to ensure the delivery of high quality, safe and compassionate healthcare, care and support. Learning Outcomes

  1. National Occupational Standards
  2. SCDHSC0213 Provide food and drink to promote individuals’ health and well being
  3. SCDHSC0214 Support individuals to eat and drink

 

9: Awareness of Mental Health, Dementia & Learning Disability

This standard aims to make you aware of the experiences and causes of mental health conditions, dementia and learning disabilities.

  1. National Occupational Standards
  2. MH14.2013 Identify potential mental health needs and related issues

10: Safeguarding Adults

Adult Safeguarding is the way of working and thinking that protects adults with care and support needs from abuse, harm or neglect. Safeguarding balances the right to be safe with the right to make informed choices. Learning Outcomes

  1. National Occupational Standards
  2. SCDHSC0024 Support the safeguarding of individuals

11: Safeguarding Children

Child protection and safeguarding is everyone’s responsibility: it is not only childcare workers that have a duty to promote the welfare of children and protect them from harm. Learning Outcomes

  1. National Occupational Standards
  2. SCDHSC0034 Promote the safeguarding of children and young people

12: Basic Life Support

The information in standard 12 provides knowledge about the administration of basic life support. Learning Outcomes

  1. National Occupational Standards
  2. CHS36 Provide Basic Life Support

13: Health & Safety

Legislation relating to general health and safety in health and social care The main reason for health and safety legislation is to protect people at work and those who are affected by work activities. Learning Outcomes

  1. National Occupational Standards
  2. CHS2 Assist in the administration of medicine
  3. CHS 6 Move and position individuals
  4. SCDHSC0022 Support the health and safety of yourself and individuals
  5. SCDHSC0223 Contribute to moving and positioning individuals
  6. SCDHSC0032 Promote health, safety and security in the work setting

14: Handling Information

Confidentiality is a very important right of individuals who receive care and support. It is part of the relationship of trust that individuals have with healthcare support workers and adult social care workers.

15: Infection Prevention and Control

Infection and infectious diseases in humans are caused when harmful germs, known as pathogens (or pathogenic micro-organisms), enter the body and grow. These micro-organisms are so small they can only be seen by using a microscope. Learning Outcomes

  1. National Occupational Standards
  2. SCDHSC0021 Support effective communication
  3. SCDHSC0031 Promote effective communication

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