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Level 3 Diploma in Adult Care

3095-31 City and Guilds


Harpar Qualifications Ltd

Summary

Price
£399 inc VAT
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Study method
Online, self-paced
Duration
9 months
Access to content
2 years
Qualification
Level 3 Diploma in Health & Social Care (Adults) for England (QCF)
Additional info
  • Tutor is available to students

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Overview

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Qualification

Level 3 Diploma in Health & Social Care (Adults) for England (QCF)

Description

The qualification is aimed at lead adult care workers, support workers and key workers in a range of adult care settings. The qualification can be used both within and outside of an apprenticeship standard.
The qualification is structured in a way which means that all learners will have to complete a group of mandatory units, the content of which is required across any lead adult care role. In addition there is a wide range of optional units to support areas of specialism, including:
Learning disability services
Dementia Care
End of life Care
Residential Care
Domiciliary Care

Your Modules

201 Safeguarding and protection in care settings
202 Responsibilities of a care worker
301 Promote personal development in care settings
302 Promote health, safety and wellbeing in care settings
303 Promote communication in care settings
304 Promote effective handling of information in care settings
305 Duty of care in care settings
306 Promote equality and inclusion in care settings
307 Promote person-centred approaches in care settings

244 Move and position individuals in accordance with their care plan
323 Enable individuals to develop strategies to manage their behaviour
344 Administer medication to individuals and monitor the effects
322 Promote positive behaviour
309 Understand mental health problems
310 Work with individuals who have specific communication needs
366 Knowledge, skills and behaviour expected of a lead adult care worker

The success of your learning depends on your emotional state. Harpar embeds Brain-Based Learning into each of its courses. By creating energetic, fresh training with audio and visual stimuli, your emotional state will become more positive and therefore conducive to learning, allows for maximum impact.

The digital learning allows you to learn at your own time and pace, providing no disruption to your other commitments. Our learning fits with your life.

Everybody needs to learn. To stay the same produces discomfort and negativity in our lives. We need to grow to remain positive and productive. Your brain needs stimulation, even if its learning a better way of doing the things we do every day. Your new learning will enhance your skills set, allow you to change your behaviour in a positive way and make you more productive in the workplace. Once you have become more skills, you are worth more to yourself and to your organisation

Who is this course for?

To become a qualified carer

Requirements

ENGLISH GCSE

Working in a health and social care environment

Career path

Qualified Carer

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katie asked:

will i be observed at my workplace to complete this course?

Answer:

Yes, unless you have an assessor in the workplace who can complete an observation. Otherwise one of our assessors will be sent to you on a mutually agreed date, usually after you have completed the written work for this qualification

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Morgana asked:

I don't have a GCSE as i come from abroad, can i still enroll? But i have diplomas level 3 obtained in the uk, thanks

Answer:

Yes you can still nerol as you have a level 3 qualifcation

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Morgana asked:

I am starting a new job in an old people home, an i am relatively new to care, would this course be suitable for me? Thanks

Answer:

I would recommend the level 2 diploma in care first and then progression to the level 3

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Morgana asked:

What is the difference between level 3 in health and social care 4222 and level 3 adult care 3095, both City & Guilds?

Answer:

4222 is not expired. The new version is the 3095

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Veronica asked:

Is this a regulated qualification? Is it available to EU students, non-UK residents and unemployed at the time of the enrolment? Thank you.

Answer:

This is a regulated qualification. Only available in the UK and it you need to be working in a health and social care environment to gain the qualification

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Bianka asked:

How will the assessment work during covid? Can I still do this course if I work nights in a nursing home?

Answer:

Yes you can, you will need to write an account of what you did and ask you manager sign it so it is validated

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Laura Dickinson asked:

Can you pay in installments for this course or do you have to pay 1 lump sum? Many thanks, Laura Dickinson

Answer:

Yes you can pay £150 deposit and £50 monthly instalments. Please send an email via the Harpar Website contact page. Click on the Harpar logo or search Harpar Qualifications contact page. I cannot send links via this page

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