Care Certificate e-learning modules are set to Skills for Care standards. Once complete, employers should assess your skills in the workplace to complete the Care Certificate process.
Why The Care Certificate?
The Care certificate was introduced following the recommendations of the Cavendish Report 2013. The Care certificate delivers on the following:
Achieving the Care Certificate is a fundamental part of the new induction process for all care workers, healthcare assistants and social care workers.
The Care Certificate ensures that all care workers, healthcare assistants and Social Care workers have the same introductory skills, knowledge and behaviour.
The Health and Safety Group offer the learning element of the Care Certificate in two formats:-
Both courses deliver high quality knowledge care workers, healthcare assistants and social care workers need to obtain the Care Certificate in the first 12 weeks of starting their new role OR as refresher training for existing staff.
All our training modules are mapped against the standards laid out by Skills for Care and include multiple choice assessments which can be used as evidence towards achieving the Care Certificate!
Continual Professional development (CPD) is an ongoing process that is undertaken during an individual's professional career, often for the purpose of revalidation. It is an important tool to ensure individuals remain confident and competent within their chosen profession.
Individuals who have been awarded professional membership by a regulatory body will have to undertake activities which amount to gaining CPD Hours. In the case of formally regulated bodies such as the Nursing & Midwifery Council (NMC) individuals are required to document the amount of CPD Hours they accumulate. This may then be used as evidence to retain professional membership and/or licenses to practice.
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