The Care Certificate

About this course

The Care Certificate

The Care Certificate is an identified set of standards that health and social care workers should strive to adhere to in their daily life. It was developed so that all workers obtain the same introductory skills and knowledge to enable them to provide compassionate, safe, and high-quality care and support.

Care Certificate training is an essential part of any health or social care role. This course is appropriate for anyone new to the industry, currently employed as an adult social care worker or someone who provides direct care in a residential home, nursing home, hospice or in the patient’s own home.

It includes information about typical duties, personal development and working in a person-centred way, along with other systems for managing your ability to provide the best possible care across the fifteen modules.

What you will learn

You will Learn:

  • What is meant by duty of care, the importance of effective communication and the responsibilities surrounding safeguarding both adults and children
  • Information about discrimination and equality, including the protected characteristics
  • Privacy and dignity preservation, including information regarding confidentiality, handling sensitive information and the UK GDPR principles
  • Food safety regulations and the importance of good nutrition and hydration
  • Information about common mental health conditions, dementia, learning disabilities and how to determine mental capacity
  • Basic life support and Health and Safety standards

Benefits of this course

Benefits of Taking this Course:

  • Develop your skills as a health or social care worker
  • Gain an insight into what it takes to deliver the best possible care
  • Open the door to furthering your education


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