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Adult care QCF training courses in Swindon, Salisbury & Bournemouth

At First City Training we provide a range of childcare and adult care QCF training courses.

Qualification: Adult Health & Social Care Diploma Levels 2 & 3

Aimed at: All staff working within the adult care sector

The diplomas involve a number of credits to be completed to achieve the qualification.

 

Level 2 Diploma Adult Health and Social Care

This diploma is aimed at front line staff who support individuals towards maintaining their independence, or responding to daily living needs in the person's own home, a residential/nursing home, or a day care setting.

 

Level 3 Diploma Adult Health and Social Care

This diploma is aimed at staff in a supervisory care role in social care settings. If you are a care supervisor, team leader, senior support worker or similar then this diploma is suited to your career progression.

 

Within the adult diplomas there are nine mandatory units to achieve. There are then three pathways that can be chosen dependent on your working environment. Optional units will be chosen to ensure the required number of credits are achieved to complete the qualification. The three pathways are Generic, Learning Disabilities and Dementia.

 

Each unit has a number of guided learning hours that will be covered through workshops, one to ones with assessors/tutors, performance observations and learners own research.

 

 

 

For further information on any of our QCF training courses, please contact us.

01793 612 380

Qualification: Children & Young People Workforce Level 2 Certificate Level 3 Diploma

Qualification: Children and Young People Workforce Level 2 Certificate and Level 3 Diploma

Aimed at: All staff working within the childcare sector

 

Level 2 Certificate for the Children and Young People's Workforce

This certificate is aimed at level 2 practitioners within the children and young people’s workforce. The qualification is a generic qualification for the Wider Children’s Workforce which reflects the Common Core and is mapped to the National Occupational Standards in Children’s Care, Learning and Development. The qualification structure consists of a combination of knowledge and competence units at level 2, but which also contains level 3 units and a level 4 unit which aim to build the skills and knowledge required to enable progression to the level 3 diploma for the Children and Young People’s Workforce.

 

Level 3 Diploma for the Children and Young People's Workforce

This qualification has been developed in collaboration with awarding organisations Skills for Care Development partners, including the Children’s Workforce Development Council.

Within the childcare certificate and diploma there are eleven mandatory units to achieve and then there are three pathways that can be chosen dependent on your working environment to complete the required number of credits for the optional units. The three pathways are Early Years, Children Social Care and Learning and Development Support.

Each unit has a number of guided learning hours that will be covered through workshops, one to ones with assessors/tutors, performance observations and learners own research.

 

Depending on eligibility criteria there may be some funding available for gaining the qualification.

"We have always found First City to be an excellent training provider. They are responsive to the needs of the individual undertaking the training. They keep me informed of progress and work with us to overcome any issues. We have experience of assessment for level 2 and level 3 Health and Social Care QCF, as well as Dementia Award units, over the past seven years."

 

Sue Harper

Registered Manager, Marlborough Lodge

 

"We have used the services of First City Training for a number of years, to provided assessment of diploma's, in-house training courses as well as mandatory training.

All the staff are supportive, approachable and very professional. I would not hesitate in recommending this high quality service."

 

Steve Tayler

Domiciliary Care Manager

Qualification: Leadership for Health and Social Care, and Children and Young People's Services Level 5

Aimed at: All deputies and higher managers working within the adult care sector

This diploma is aimed at completing a number of credits to achieve the qualification being gained.

Within the diploma there are five mandatory units to achieve, and then there are three pathways that we can provide for adult care dependent on your working environment. The three pathways are Adult Residential Management, Adult Management and Adult Advanced Practice.

Learners must complete a total of eighty credits to achieve the full qualification.

We will also be providing the opportunity to achieve the unit route to enhance your continued professional development.

Each unit has a number of guided learning hours that will be covered through workshops, one to ones with assessors/tutors, performance observations and learners own research.