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The QCF Diploma in Health and Social Care Level 3 is an internationally recognised qualification and the UK industry standard for those working in health and social care. Delegates who have undertaken this training will be recognised as having the fundamental skills and occupational competence necessary to work with adults and children across all social care settings, including residential care homes, primary care services, domiciliary care, day services and assisting supported living. The course can be completed via e-portfolio, giving the student greater flexibility and the ability to learn at a pace that suits them.
To achieve a full Level 3 in Health and Social Care qualification, candidates must achieve 8 units: 4 mandatory units and 4 optional units.
The optional knowledge and competence units cover a variety of areas in health and social care, enabling delegates to tailor the course to their own specific career development needs. Please feel free to contact us to further request an information pack on the optional pathways available.
The diploma is fully compliant with the Health and Social Care National Occupation Standards approved by Skills for Care & Development. This course is accredited by OFQUAL and will help your organisation to meet the conditions and standards required by the Care Quality Commission.
How does assessment take place?
The course assessment includes an evaluation of work-based performance, presentation of evidence, witness statements and peer testimony, and question and answer sessions. Delegates will need to put together a portfolio of evidence demonstrating that they can achieve the course objectives to the required standard.
To help with this, course delegates are appointed a vocationally trained QCF assessor who helps assemble the portfolio and guide the delegate throughout the diploma. Email and telephone support is also on hand for the duration of the QCF Level 2 Care programme and the resources available to delegates will be outlined as required.
What are the entry requirements?
TutorCare is an equal opportunities provider and a potential participant only needs to have been employed in a vocational setting relevant to the occupational standards for Health and Social Care in order for them to be able to complete the qualification successfully.
How long will it take?
The course is completely flexible and we encourage students to learn at their own pace. The awarding body do stipulate that the course is completed within 36 months, but most students will successful finish the programme in around 9!
How would I progress further?
Upon completing this programme, graduates can move on to the QCF Level 4 or possibly the QCF Level 5 Diploma in Leadership for Health and Social Care if they are in an appropriate management position. Alternatively we offer a huge range of specialist care courses to enhance their chosen pathway.
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