Who Is It For
Learners will need to be working at least 16 hours a week, to enable them to show competence in both knowledge and skills in a social care setting. You should have been in this setting for a minimum 6 months to have gained the required competence and experience to demonstrate you are working at Level 3. We welcome all learners regardless of race, religion, culture, age, gender and disability religion in accordance with our Equal Opportunities Policy.
What Will You Learn
To achieve Level 3 Diploma in Health & Social Care
To complete The Care Certificate and self-assessment
Level 2 Maths and English
As a requirement of this Apprenticeship Standard learners will have to complete an end point assessment which includes a multiple choice exam, and a professional discussion with an independent assessor.
Learners will be assigned an assessor who will regularly observe in the workplace and discuss work and the work products you use. Besides working closely with an assessor, learners will need to work independently to plan assessments and complete assignments, reflective tasks and written work as needed to meet the learning outcomes and apprenticeship standard. Feedback and guidance will be given throughout the course.
Learners are required to attend 10 workshop sessions for knowledge aspects. Employers are required to ensure off