|Mode of study||Distance Learning|
|Duration||Please ring for details|
|Course code||PLR2ODL043 (2021)|
Care planning is about addressing an individual’s full range of needs whilst accounting for their circumstances and preferences. It helps individuals to be involved in decisions about their care and to achieve the outcomes they want. This qualification will help learners to understand their role in supporting the preferences and needs of individuals in relation to their care or support, the development and implementation of care plans and contributing to the review of these by observing, monitoring and reporting on the care activities they’re responsible for. You could progress onto other distance learning courses and / or health related studies.
This qualification is designed for learners who are looking to enter employment in, or progress within, a number of sectors where an understanding of care planning is important. There are no specific recommended prior learning requirements for this qualification. However, learners may find it helpful if they’ve already achieved a Level 1 qualification in healthcare or social care. Good numeracy and literacy skills are advantageous.
This course involves 6 mandatory units; Understanding person-centred thinking and planning, Care planning for the care worker, Understanding nutrition and hydration in health and social care settings, Principles of supporting an individual to maintain personal hygiene, Understanding continence care, Principles of supporting sleep. How is the course assessed? To pass this qualification with Shrewsbury College, learners are required to complete 6 mandatory units. A formal assessment is completed at the end of each module and submitted to us for marking.
This course is currently being offered free of charge. If, however, the learner withdraws early without completing the course, a charge may be incurred to cover the cost of the course materials.
No entry requirements. No concessions.
If you are interested in enrolling or would like further information, please contact the Distance Learning Team on 01743 342355 or email email@example.com. We will advise you about the course, how to study, examinations and tutor support. Please note: course fees are payable at the time of your enrolment.
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