This care planning training course aims to improve your understanding of your role in supporting the preferences and needs of individuals in relation to their care and support.
It will also enhance your knowledge of nutrition and health in health and social care settings, as well as how to support an individual to maintain their personal hygiene.
Nursing continues to sit in the top ten most in-demand hard skills in the UK, reflecting the ongoing need for national training in this specialised area.
Before the Covid-19 pandemic, there was a nursing shortage of around 50,000 nurses and the pressure of the last year continues to be felt throughout the Nursing profession. This course meets care certificate standards and can help you to progress on to other nursing courses.
Course Length: 16 weeks on average
Awarding Body: TQUK (E-certificates upon achievement)
Learning Method(s): Paper materials, online and paper based assessment.
There is no prior qualification needed to access this course however; learners must be aged 16 years or over.
This course is part of our fully funded range of Level 2 courses so is free to the majority of learners – eligibility criteria applies.
Unit 1: Understanding person-centred thinking and planning
Develop a knowledge and understanding of the principles, processes and practice of person-centred thinking, planning and reviews. Explore the impact person-centred thinking can have on an individual and their families. This unit also outlines current legislation, policy and guidance that underpins person-centred thinking and planning.
Unit 2: Care planning for the care worker
Learn about the care planning process in relation to your role and how to implement a care plan and discover how personal beliefs and preferences might influence the care planning process.
Unit 3: Understanding nutrition and hydration in health and social care settings
This unit covers how to promote health and well-being through nutrition and hydration, the principles of a balanced diet, the importance of special dietary requirements and how to prevent malnutrition in health and social care settings.
Unit 4: Principles of supporting an individual to maintain personal hygiene
Within this unit learn how to address personal hygiene issues in a sensitive manner without imposing your own values and how to maintain the dignity of an individual when supporting them with personal hygiene.
Unit 5: Understanding continence care
This unit will delve into the understanding of the body’s waste functions and the possible reasons for incontinence. Gain the knowledge to promote continence and understand an individual’s choices including the various facilities and aids which can be provided.
Unit 6: Principles of supporting sleep
Enhance your understanding of the importance of sleep and how sleep contributes to an individual’s well-being and discover how to assist an individual to sleep and ensure conditions are suitable.
This is a guide to the eligibility criteria if you are not sure about anything please get in touch with us.
- If employed, you may still be eligible for funding if you earn less than £20,319 per year outside of London or less than £11.95 per hour in London. Proof of wage will be required prior to enrolment.
- Learners must be aged 19+ from the 31st August 2022.
- Learners must be a resident of UK or the EEA (European Economic Area) and have been for at least 3 years.
- Learners can be unemployed to undertake a distance learning course.
- There are no entry requirements to undertake a distance learning course, however a good level of English is required.
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