Principles of Care Planning is a nationally accredited qualification which provides an understanding of care plans and how to evaluate plans and processes.
- Understand care plans and how to evaluate plans and processes
- Investigate cleaning principles and how they are applied
- Cover a variety of topics fundamental to working in care
- Focus person-centred care, safe working practices, duty of care and safeguarding
Care workers play a key role in ensuring their residents/patients are treated with a friendly and caring approach. Care workers have the ability to relate to people from a variety of backgrounds. After an investigation from the Care Quality Commission revealed that 424 out of 1,357 services in England are rated ‘inadequate’, the need for high-quality trained care workers has never been greater.
- Achieve a nationally recognised Level 2 qualification
- Evidence your competency to employers
- Further your personal and professional development
- Learn at a time that suits you without the need to attend college
- Ensure you understand the principles and practice of person-centred thinking, planning and reviews
What You Will Learn
- Unit 1 – Understanding Person-Centred Thinking and Planning
- Unit 2 – Care Planning for the Care Worker
- Unit 3 – Understanding Nutrition and Hydration in Health and Social Care Settings
- Unit 4 – Principles of Supporting an Individual to Maintain Personal Hygiene
- Unit 5 – Understanding Continence Care
- Unit 6 – Principles of Supporting Sleep
- Learners must be aged 19 years or over (born before 1 September 1998)
- A minimum number of 8 learners MUST be present for the induction (there is no maximum)
- All learners must have been residing in the UK for the past three years and non EU/UK citizens must have documentary proof.
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