The Care Certificate

Care Certificate Content

This e-learning course provides you with an understanding of your responsibilities in relation to your role and relevant legislation. Training will allow you to work in collaboration with other care sector employees in order to deliver safe, high quality care. This course also forms part of the mandatory induction programme (Care Certificate) for those starting out in the care sector.

Personal Development

As a care worker you owe a duty of care to the people you support, your colleagues, your employer, yourself and the public interest. Everyone has a duty of care – it is not something that you can opt out of. When acting in a person’s best interests you must do so with their consent unless you have evidence that the person lacks capacity to make that particular decision at the time it needs to be made. If you are employed directly to support someone in their own home, duty of care still applies.

Organisations are legally required to adhere to certain practices to ensure that discrimination is eliminated and expectations of equality are consistently met within the workplace.

On our Equality and Diversity eLearning course, users will gain a better understanding of the importance of equality and diversity, and the different types of discrimination that exist. They will also be better able to identify harassment, victimisation and bullying behaviour in the workplace.

This Person-Centred Care training course teaches health and social care workers how to effectively deliver person-centred care. It explains the principles of person-centred care set out by the Health Foundation and the importance of shared decision making, which help you provide individualised care to patients and improve their quality of life.

Effective communication in the workplace is integral to a company’s culture and business success. Whether it’s face-to-face verbal communication in the office, or non-verbal communication like a quick email to a customer, getting the right message to the right person can be vital. Good communication can mitigate conflict and improve engagement among employees. It can also create better relationships, both internally and with customers, that result in a more talented, productive workforce.

The little things you do can make a big difference for the people you support. Privacy and dignity are an integral part of your work with individuals and give you lots of practical guidance. We also review your role in supporting individuals to make choices and to participate. This online course provides is suitable as a refresher, or for people doing the care certificate.

 

 

Nutrition is the process of taking in nutrients from food, relevant to our various dietary needs. Our bodies need certain nutrients for continued growth, cell repair and other metabolic processes throughout life, and we thus need to be extremely aware of what to include in our diets. This module looks at what a healthy diet consists of, how to support service users to make the right food and drink choices and how to monitor their food and drink intake.

 

 

Mental health problems touch tens of millions of people in the UK every day, affecting relationships, work-life, and people’s ability to make it through the day. Many people don’t have access to or receive the treatment they need and will try and cope on their own. This course has been designed to help provide a broad overview of mental health issues, including the different ways in which issues can present themselves and how you can offer support to those suffering. 

To live a life free from abuse and harm is a basic human right. We are all responsible for the protection of people at risk from abuse. Vulnerable adults rely on us to take the right steps to help keep them safe. If we don’t, who will? To ignore abuse and neglect is to allow it to continue and that is never acceptable.

 

All health professionals have a key role to play in safeguarding children and young people. Section 11 of the Children Act places a statutory duty on key people and bodies to make arrangements to safeguard and promote the welfare of those they come into contact with.

This e-learning course offers a clear and effective solution to achieve this aim and meet Workplace Competences.

As a care worker you owe a duty of care to the people you support, your colleagues, your employer, yourself and the public interest. Everyone has a duty of care – it is not something that you can opt out of. When acting in a person’s best interests you must do so with their consent unless you have evidence that the person lacks capacity to make that particular decision at the time it needs to be made. If you are employed directly to support someone in their own home, duty of care still applies.

 

 

This CPD certified e-Learning course provides a good introduction to the legal requirements surrounding Health & Safety in the workplace. Employers have a legal responsibility to provide key safety information to staff and ensure they understand Health & Safety basics in the workplace. This Health & Safety Awareness Course will deliver exactly that and provide your business with legal compliance.
This course introduces learners to many aspects of the Health & Safety at Work and is intended to help raise safety standards and awareness. By the end of the course, learners will know how to manage safety effectively.

Information governance is a vital part of the job for all staff working in  healthcare settings. Having access to private and sensitive information, it is extremely important that staff understand how to keep it safe and secure. By taking this course, you will understand the Caldicott Principles and the rules of the General Data Protection Regulations. You will earn practical skills you can apply to your roll to ensure that patient records are kept safe and secure at all times.

 

 

 

Infection Prevention and control is an essential part of the workplace, Healthcare and clinical settings in particular. Employees are at risk of passing on or contracting infections in the workplace where they come in close contact with people or animals, and cleaning human and animal waste. In this CPD accredited e-Learning course covers the different sources of Infectious agents and how the chain of infection can be broken. This includes hand washing, cleaning effectively and how to properly manage waste in the workplace.