This course is suitable for anyone looking to gain a recognised qualification in care.
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There are no formal entry requirements however learners should be aged 19 or above at the start of the academic year to undertake this qualification. Learners must be able to read and understand the learning resources and complete the written work with moderate assistance and will therefore benefit from having a reasonable understanding of reading and writing the English language. Please contact us if you require any further information.
YOU CAN START THIS COURSE AT ANY TIME THROUGHOUT THE ACADEMIC YEAR BUT THERE IS AN EXPECTATION THAT YOU WILL COMPLETE WITHIN TWELVE WEEKS. FAILURE TO COMPLETE THE COURSE WILL INCUR A £50 ADMINISTRATION CHARGE.
The course is aimed at those considering or working within the care sector. This qualification introduces the learner to the national and local contexts of safeguarding and protection from abuse and looks at how to recognise signs of abuse and the correct procedures for reporting this. It covers dilemmas and public concerns that occur in health and social care and focuses on duty of care and dilemmas and conflicts when dealing with abuse. There are two modules to complete.
Self led knowledge assignments.
Students that are unemployed and currently seeking work, or on a low income of up to £20,319 per annum may be able to enrol to a course at Level 2 or below free of charge. This is a government initiative and the course offer is subject to change. Grantham College reserves the right to offer a substitute course if the qualification advertised is not funded by the government. This does not affect your rights under Consumer Law.
You could progress on to a career in the care sector or to then go on to more short courses to gain more knowledge in the care sector that you already work in.