Care Certificate

Care Certificate

Care Certificate

This course is designed for new employees who will be working in the health and social care professions. It covers all 15 of the different standards that make up the Care Certificate. This course will teach you the core skills that are required in your professional role to give quality care in the field of health and social care, and it will provide these skills to you.

All concerning this course:

Employees in the health and social care sectors ought to possess the abilities, know-how, and attitudes needed to deliver compassionate, high-standard care in a safe and secure environment. For those who are new to the field of health and social care or for new employees who are currently employed there, the Care Certificate is an essential component of training and development. Assessing current employees in comparison to the Care Certificate requirements may also prove beneficial for certain organizations.

In response to the conclusions of the Cavendish Review, which was released in July 2013, the Care Certificate was established in April 2015. The Cavendish Review discovered inconsistencies and inadequacies in health and social care training and development. To raise the standard of instruction, Health Education England, Skills for Care, and Skills for Health collaborated to create the Care Certificate.

Health and social care providers are expected by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) to properly induct, support, and teach their staff. Businesses can show the CQC that they are adhering to these standards by including the Care Certificate in their introduction course.

There are fifteen standards in the Care Certificate. To get your certificate, you must fully fulfill each of these requirements. The Care Certificate's fifteen requirements are as follows:

The Code of Conduct for Adult Social Care and Healthcare Support Workers in England is considered in these fifteen criteria. The "6Cs" of England are care, compassion, competence, communication, courage, and commitment, according to the Chief Nursing Officer.

As a new hire, the Care Certificate ought to be a component of your onboarding process. The knowledge acquisition required for the Care Certificate is supported by this online course. In order to properly execute the certificate's learning objectives, your employer must additionally evaluate your abilities in the workplace using the Care Certificate Standards. As part of your studies, you can also finish the tasks in the Skills for Care Workbook.

After completing the course, which should take about 15 hours, you will receive 15 CPD points, and your certificate will be valid for two years.

  1. Written by specialists in the fields of health and social care
  2. addresses the fifteen distinct care criteria.
  3. Ideal for those in the social and healthcare sectors
  4. Upon course completion, you can instantly access your PDF certificate.
  5. Take the multiple-choice online tests as many times as necessary in order to succeed.


  1. Understanding Your Role in Care CC

    Understanding your role in care involves recognizing your responsibilities and duties within a healthcare setting. It necessitates actively engaging in patient-centered care, adhering to professional standards, and ensuring the delivery of high-quality and compassionate services.
  2. Module 1: The Course Structure CC

    This first lesson of our online training course explains the role of the social care professional. I'll briefly describe the course. We'll define social care, discuss why people select it as a job, and discuss its goals and objectives.
  3. Module 2: Understanding Social Care CC

    Welcome to Module 2 on social care, which provides social work, personal care protection, and social assistance to children, adults, and at-risk persons with disease, disability, old age, or poverty.
  4. Module 3: Relationships CC

    Hi there, module three relationships. A fundamental skill of social workers is developing solid working relationships. Many social care recipients receive help from others. Therefore, everyone involved must discuss and agree on support care or help.
  5. Module 4: Agreed Ways of Working CC

    Welcome to Module 4. Workflows agreed upon in module two. It's crucial to know your social care worker duties. Working within the company's policies is part of your job.
  6. Module 5: Keeping up-to-date CC

    Welcome to Module 5. Updating your employer's or organization's accepted ways of working allows you to give a high-quality, legal, and safe service to service users. These guidelines protect service users and you and your company.
  7. Module 6: Working in Partnership CC

    Welcome to Module 6. In senior social care, cooperation and person-centered ideals guide support and assistance. The service user is the focus.
  8. Module 7: Resolving Conflicts CC

    Welcome to conflict resolution module seven. You may need to help a service user question and dispute life and care decisions
  9. Principle of Personal Development CC

    The principle of personal development revolves around continuous self-improvement and growth. It emphasizes the cultivation of a proactive mindset, fostering a commitment to learning and adapting to new challenges.
  10. Module 1: The Course Structure CC

    Welcome to module one of our online training course, principles of personal development in adult social care. I'll give you a brief summary.
  11. Module 2: Setting Standards CC

    Start module two setting standards. There are regulations, laws, and processes that employers and care providers must follow in the care sector. National minimal standards (N MS) and national occupational standards (N OS) are the primary sets.
  12. Module 3: Codes of Practice and Legislation CC

    Welcome to module three legislation and codes of practice. Start with codes of practice. Codes of practice or conduct outline employment duties and expectations.
  13. Module 4: Reflecting on your Work Activities CC

    Welcome to module 4. Reflecting on work activities helps you learn and grow. Reflecting on your past acts is a terrific method to acknowledge your accomplishments and failures and examine your actions from many perspectives to design future care strategies.
  14. Module 5: Personal Attitudes and Beliefs CC

    Welcome to module 5. Personal views. This session discusses how to avoid letting personal beliefs affect work quality. Daily life includes values.
  15. Module 6: Formal and Informal Learning CC

    Module six: Formal and informal learning. This module covers how learning activities in adult social care increase knowledge, skills, and understanding.
  16. Module 7: Feedback CC

    Welcome to module 7 feedback. Education and training require feedback. It highlights your strengths and places for improvement.
  17. Module 8: Personal Development Plans CC

    Introduction to module 8 personal development plans. The personal development plan (PDP) or individual development plan (ID P) is a systematic action plan to assist you reach personal development goals.
  18. Duty of Care CC

    This training course “Duty of care” has been particularly designed to provide managers and employers with an understanding of duty of care best practice in the workplace. It might also be useful for that audience of people who are eager to get knowledge about duty of care in the workplace.
  19. Module 1: The Course Structure CC

    In module one, we will be guided through the key topics that will be discussed in each module.
  20. Module 2: The Consequences of Duty of Care CC

    In module two, we will learn about the implications of duty of care in the workplace and the legal obligations of managers and employers.
  21. Module 3: How Duty of Care Affects Your Work CC

    In module three, we will explore the different ways in which having duty of care responsibilities affects your own work role.
  22. Module 4: Duty of Care Dilemmas CC

    In module four, we will explore some common duty of care dilemmas in the workplace and how to overcome them.
  23. Module 5: Resolving Dilemmas “Support and Advice” CC

    In module five, we will learn how to resolve dilemmas regarding duty of care, taking a look at key techniques for providing support and advice.
  24. Module 6: How to Respond to Complaints CC

    In module six, we will gain the fundamental skills to handle complaints effectively and professionally.
  25. Equality, diversity, and discrimination CC

    Equality, diversity and discrimination have never been so essential to society but now it is very important. At this moment, there is no form of discrimination in the workplace.
  26. Module 1: What is Equality & Diversity? CC

    In this course, we will discuss about equality and diversity and how they are interlinked with each other. This will assist us to identify, understand and address the issues of wrongness and discrimination in the workplace. We all heard about the words of equality and diversity before but are still valuable to start by defining exactly what they mean.
  27. Module 2: Equality and Diversity Legislation CC

    It has four main objectives which updates and amends existing laws for England, Wales and Scotland. It creates a new single equality duty on public bodies which extends the scope for positive action with new provisions for positive discrimination.
  28. Module 3: What do we mean by discrimination? CC

    We already know about the word discrimination and heard a lot about it. In this module, we are going to discuss six different types of discrimination including:
  29. Module 4: Promoting Diversity CC

    The actor makes special provisions to help promote diversity within society and organizations. This can include an element of positive discrimination obviously that has to be moderated in some way.
  30. Module 5: Links Between Values, Attitudes and Beliefs CC

    The way we behave is governed by our values, attitudes and beliefs. Our values and beliefs are established in early childhood. We are all a product of our upbringing. The four key influences during childhood such as parents, teachers or peers and the media belong to any culture.
  31. Module 6: Stereotypes, Prejudices and Discrimination CC

    Identifying prejudice and discrimination is not always simple because attitudes are often bound up in cultural norms. The ideas and customs we grew up with, we often think of them as just common sense.
  32. Module 7: Institutional Discrimination CC

    For several years, the idea of institutional discrimination has been in existence. As the name indicates that institutional discrimination exists when a whole organization included rather than just an individual is operating in a discriminatory way with this discrimination.
  33. Module 8: Valuing Others CC

    Valuing others is central to the whole issue of equality and diversity. We already defined equality in the previous modules “as the state of being equal particularly in status, rights or opportunities.
  34. Module 9: Resistance to Feedback CC

    People may react to feedback in a number of different ways. They may deny what you're saying to them or they may try to justify their actions and explain away the fact that they didn't meet the standard.
  35. Module 10: Course Summary CC

    We began the course by defining what we mean by the terms equality and diversity. We saw that equality is the state of being equal particularly in status rights or opportunities. Diversity is the state or quality of being different or varied.
  36. Person-Centered Care CC

    This training course is an in-depth exploring about how person-centered care puts people and their families at the center of any care and support intervention. Content includes assessment and support planning, through to provision of care in residential or home care settings.
  37. Module 1: Course Overview CC

    In this course, we are going to learn about person centered approaches for care and support, and how to implement a person-centered approach in an adult social care setting.
  38. Module 2: Definitions and Values CC

    What is meant by person-centered care approach? Well, it is started in the 1940’s, centered around the revolutionary ideas of American psychologist Dr. Carl Rogers who began moving away from assumptions that the expert knew best what was good for the client.
  39. Module 3: Care Plans and Consent CC

    A good way of implementing a person-centered approach for an individual service user is to find out about their preferences, desires and needs. The best way of doing this is by working in partnership with the service user and their family, friends, carers and medical experts such as doctors, therapists and social workers.
  40. Module 4: Daily Reports CC

    Daily reports play a significant role in person-centered care approach and relate directly to the information in your care plans. Basically, a daily report is a form in which you record routine events. It is in fact, a legal document, so the facts you record should be accurate and consistent, giving a true account of what happened.
  41. Module 5: Example Care Plans CC

    When filling out a care plan, each section has a space where you can write down relevant issues and being taken to address them. Apparently, care plans will vary with your organization and with the individual, but let’s make a start with the care plan for James Smith.
  42. Module 6: Case Study CC

    In this module we're going to walk you through the full story of a person centered approach, so you can see how it works in the real world to produce a successful outcome that meets the needs and goals of the service user, the carers, the associated medical staff, and the service user’s family.
  43. The Principle of Communication CC

    A "Principles of Communication" course is a comprehensive exploration of the fundamental concepts and practices that underpin effective communication.
  44. Module 1: Reasons People Communicate CC

    Welcome to module one. I'll begin with a course summary. We'll then discuss communication's relevance in social care before defining communication and explaining the communication cycle.
  45. Module 2: Ways of Communicating CC

    Welcome to module two communication methods. Start with some of the most common ways you'll interact at work with service users, their families, coworkers, managers, supervisors, and other professionals.
  46. Module 3: Identifying Communication Barriers CC

    In module three, recognizing communication barriers, you'll encounter obstacles regardless of your communication approach. These hinder communication. These are the basic hurdles, however you may confront more than one in some instances.
  47. Module 4: Reducing Communication Barriers CC

    Reduce communication hurdles in module four. As your communication skills improve, you will learn how to interact with fellow professionals, service users, and their families and friends to communicate successfully with individuals with varied requirements.
  48. Module 5: Checking Understanding CC

    In module five we will discuss about verifying, comprehending checking sure the service user understands your communication is crucial. You can learn several abilities to verify your communication. Here are some significant ones.
  49. Module 6: Getting Help with Communication Issues CC

    Welcome to Module 6. Getting communication aid. Many services can improve your communication abilities. Charity websites offer advice on communication technology. Joining local clubs or finding events online might also assist.
  50. Module 7: Confidentiality CC

    Intro to Module 7 secrecy. Healthcare gives you access to a lot of information about your patients. You'll discover about their health, work, family, and maybe money.
  51. Dignity and Privacy CC

    This training course has been particularly designed for care and support workers in a social care setting such as healthcare centres. In simple words, this course is necessary for any staff members who provide direct care to patients or individuals needing support. It might also be useful for that audience of people who are eager to get knowledge about privacy and dignity in care.
  52. Module 1: Overview of The Course CC

    In this course, you will be learning about dignity and privacy within the healthcare sector and will explain how the two are quite linked to each other. In this course, you are going to learn what is meant by dignity and privacy particularly understands the principles that support dignity and privacy in care.
  53. Module 2: Understanding The Principles CC

    In order to understand the principles of dignity and privacy, you must have known about two crucial attributes while working with people in a caring supportive environment.
  54. Module 3: Dignity – Good Practice Part 1 CC

    In order to promote the dignity of all individuals, you should completely involve them in any decision that affects their care such as personal decisions which include what to eat, what to wear, what time to go to bed and the wider decisions about their care or support
  55. Module 4: dignity-good practice part 2 CC

    Personal care is a valuable service that many individuals desire to live healthy and productive lives. It is important to remember that feel valued and secure, try creating a friendly and welcoming environment where they feel respected throughout their day-to-day routine.
  56. Module 5: Privacy- Good Practice CC

    Majority of the people consider privacy to be a subset of dignity but we consider that it is so essential that we develop this module to precisely focus on the topic of maintaining privacy and dignity polices along with building a trust of service users.
  57. Module 6: Self-Care CC

    Self-care means taking care of yourself, supporting people to take responsibility for their own health and welfare so that you can be healthy both physically and mentally, you can be well, you can do your job, you can help and care for others, and you can do all the things you need to and want to accomplish in a day.
  58. Module 7: Overcoming Barriers to Dignity and Privacy CC

    The preservation of dignity is one of the most debated yet inconclusive challenges in health care. There are three main areas which if not handled professionally can act as barriers to your ability to treat service users with dignity and privacy
  59. Nutrition and Hydration CC

    According to Age UK, 1 in 10 older people are undernourished. Of these, over 90% live in the community rather than in residential elderly care. Also, the NHS states that 35% of those admitted to care homes are also affected by malnutrition.
  60. Module 1: The Course Structure CC

    This module will start by defining the various terms used when learning about nutrition and hydration in care environments. It is important that everyone understands the terms and uses the correct ones if you are to work together as a team.
  61. Module 2: Defining the Terms CC

    In this module, defining the terms if you are part of a team responsible for people’s nutrition and hydration; it is significant that everyone understands the terms that are being used when providing routine services or when you are reading about the subject or attending training sessions.
  62. Module 3: The Eat well Plate CC

    In module 3, we are going to start with a phrase “The eat-well plate”. What is a healthy diet? No single food apart from breast milk contains all the essential nutrients. The body needs to be healthy and function in an effective way.
  63. Module 4: Hydration CC

    In this module, we will cover a subject of hydration. Water is essential for life and it is very significant to get the right amount of fluid to be healthy. It also has the added advantage of having no kilojoules.
  64. Module 5: Through-life nutrition CC

    This module covers through life nutrition. The nutrition we need at various stages of our lives starting with food for young children right through to nutrition for the elderly. We will start with food for young children.
  65. Module 6: Malnutrition and Over nutrition CC

    This module covers the subjects of malnutrition and over nutrition. Malnutrition is defined as a state of nutrition in which a lack of protein energy and nutrients causes measurable adverse effects on tissue and or body form, composition, function or clinical outcome.
  66. Module 7: The Malnutrition Universal Screening Tool CC

    This module covers the malnutrition universal screening tool also known as MUST. MUST is a five step screening tool to identify adults who are malnourished or at risk of malnutrition. It also contains an overview of how to develop a care plan and why we use a screening tool?
  67. Mental Health Awareness CC

    Mental Health is something which everyone should know about. An online mental health awareness training course that is designed to support employers, line managers and HR professionals in having confident conversations with colleagues who have and are showing early signs and symptoms of mental health problems.
  68. Module 1: What is Mental Illness and Prevalence Rates? CC

    In this module, we will discuss about what mental sickness is and what its prevalence rates are. Many People often associate the words mental health with mental illness and there are many definitions of what mental health actually is.
  69. Module 2: Symptoms and Strategies to Help CC

    In this module, we will discuss about symptoms of bipolar depression, psychotic disorders and schizophrenia and strategies to provide assistance. Most well-known mental illnesses such as bipolar, psychosis, anxiety and panic attacks, depression, dementia and obsessive compulsive disorder which is commonly known as OCD.
  70. Module 3: Symptoms and Strategies to Help - Part 2 CC

    There are a number of types of anxiety disorders that include social phobias a condition known as social anxiety disorder, through to a general feeling of excessive anxiety or worry that can last for months at a time known as generalized anxiety disorder.
  71. Dementia Awareness CC

    This course has been particularly designed to raise the awareness and skills of care staff who work with people with dementia. This course seeks out to improve the welfare and experience of people with dementia.
  72. Module 1: what is dementia? CC

    Dementia is an umbrella term used to describe a number a different diseases that affect the brain, particularly memory, behaviour, thinking and emotion. It is estimated to affect over 44 million people worldwide.
  73. Module 2: The Brain CC

    Let’s have a look at the various parts of the brain. The first part, frontal lobes which are controller damage; can lead to the individual no longer being aware of what actions could be seen by others as unsuitable. Next, the parietal lobes damage to these by dementia will cause the individual to have difficulty with language vision or knowing what's up things are fool. Finally, the temporal lobes damage to this area of the brain causes the individual to have problems with short term memory and eventually the long term memories may also fade away as the damage increases further into the deeper regions of the brain.
  74. Module 3: Alzheimer’s disease & Parkinson’s [S1] Disease CC

    Alzheimer’s disease is one of the most common forms of dementia. Other causes include vascular disease, dementia with Lewy bodies, fronto-temporal dementia and korsakoff syndrome.
  75. Module 4: Strategies to use with clients with Dementia CC

    Communication or interaction with a person who has dementia, an increasing challenge as a person gradually loses his/her memory, inability to organize and express his/her thoughts. In case of majority people, loss of memory means that past merge with the present resulting difficulty for family members.
  76. Learning Disability Awareness CC

    This online Learning Disability Awareness training course has been carefully designed so that the learner can gain a greater understanding of learning disabilities, and the issues that surround those who have them and live with those who have them. This course aims to improve caregivers’ awareness of learning disabilities.
  77. Module 1: the course structure CC

    In this module, we are going to learn about learning disability. This course will also provide a general idea of many different patterns of learning disability affect people. We will also go through the causes of learning disability, characteristics in people with learning disabilities and variations in learning disability from mild to profound.
  78. Module 2: Learning Disabilities: The Basics CC

    In this module, we will start by defining the learning disability. However, they are acquired are lifelong. They are neurological disabilities and as such affect how an individual understands and memorize information, how they learn and communicate.
  79. Module 3: New Understanding CC

    In this module, learning disabilities were assessed through intellectual impairment. An IQ of 50 to 70 was regarded as the Mild Learning Disability. 35 to 50 were categorized as Moderate Learning Disability. Individual with an IQ range between 20 and 35 were considered to have a Severe Learning Disability.
  80. Module 4: Person-centered Approach CC

    In this module, individual with learning disabilities are regarded as unique individuals. Each of them has a different personality, life history and experience. By adopting a person-centered approach; you can help to build on the individual’s skill and abilities, and the condition can become more positive.
  81. Module 5: Meeting Needs Part 1 CC

    In this module, we are going to learn about how the problems associated with learning disability can be addressed. Let’s start with the management of care facilities. Management by management, we mean the multidisciplinary physical and emotional support for people with learning disabilities, their carers and their families.
  82. Module 6: Meeting Needs Part 2 CC

    In this module, we will look at some more ways to meet the needs of people with learning disabilities. As a carer, you should be trained to manage every day. Physical needs: Some people despite having multiple learning disabilities are fully mobile. Several may use a wheelchair.
  83. Module 7: Meeting Needs Part 3 CC

    This module covers meeting needs (part 3). Lack of a supportive social network and the stigma attached with learning disabilities may lead to an individual avoiding contacting a variety of specialized health services.
  84. Module 8: Legal Framework, Opportunities & Safeguarding CC

    As the module heading indicates that it covers the legal framework along with opportunities and safeguarding. First, start through the legal framework in which you as a carer can provide support to an individual with learning disabilities find the right balance between opportunities and safeguarding their interests, legal framework, policy and guidelines.
  85. Safeguarding Adults CC

    Safeguarding adults involves concepts and activities to protect vulnerable people from injury, abuse, and exploitation. It is essential to social and healthcare services to protect at-risk people' safety, well-being, and dignity. Safeguarding entails detecting and reacting to physical, emotional, sexual, financial, or neglect by family, caregivers, or others.
  86. Module 1: Introduction and Definitions CC

    Welcome to Safeguarding Adults. The interdisciplinary framework and techniques used to prevent abuse from diverse origins are covered in this course. It emphasizes reducing risks for specific persons and treating abuse events properly.
  87. Module 2: Abuse and the Rights of Vulnerable Adults CC

    Safeguarding and its implementers were covered in the preceding module. This study examines adult vulnerability and abuse in various settings. Most abuse is committed by a family member or a paid caregiver. This section defines abuse and describes its many forms to give a complete picture.
  88. Module 3: Recognizing the Signs of Abuse CC

    Abuse detection and signs. The work is difficult. This notion may be difficult to grasp. Note that people should not determine the amount of abuse or risk faced by others in a specific scenario. However, each person must understand their professional and personal duty to act, as defined in their organization's safety policies.
  89. Module 4: What to Do if you Suspect Abuse CC

    This course will cover the importance of reporting suspicions of adult abuse and following safeguarding measures to stop it. The individual feels heard, secure, and protected, improving their quality of life and settling the case. Why is intervention needed? Due to ethical issues and the serious consequences of disregarding this obligation, prioritizing the wellbeing of those under your supervision is essential.
  90. Module 5: Safeguarding Legislation CC

    UK law requires workers with vulnerable people to protect them. Bearing this in mind. To protect the rights of people who need care and assistance and those who cannot protect themselves, various government agencies and other entities have passed policies, laws, and guidelines.
  91. Safeguarding Children CC

    Safeguarding children is a critical process aimed at ensuring the well-being and protection of minors from various forms of harm, abuse, or neglect. It encompasses proactive measures to prevent harm and to respond effectively when concerns arise.
  92. Module 1: Introduction to Safeguarding Children CC

    Everyone deserves a healthy, happy life, regardless of age, gender, religion, race, or origin. Safeguarding involves reducing and managing dangers to vulnerable people.
  93. Module 2: Types of Abuse CC

    In the last module, we learned that child abuse happens to everyone and may be committed by anybody. Most child abuse occurs by a family member or institution employee the kid trusts. These include relatives, friends, neighbors, teachers, babysitters, and sports coaches.
  94. Module 3: How to Recognize the Signs of Abuse CC

    Child abuse detection and symptoms. Not easy. Anyone can struggle to understand it. However, each person has a professional and personal responsibility and duty as set out by your organization's child safeguarding procedures to act to ensure that the appropriate authorities and agencies can investigate and take any necessary action to protect children from abuse.
  95. Module 4: What to Do if you Suspect Abuse CC

    Underdiagnosed and underreported child abuse might be tough to discuss for fear of making a mistake or placing oneself in a bad position. Be mindful that your immediate reaction to finding a child may be mistreated may be to reject the situation and avoid getting involved.
  96. Module 5: Safeguarding Legislation CC

    English legislation requires child workers to keep children safe. Governments and other groups have passed laws protecting children from abuse. Legislation and recommendations for child protection and welfare are listed below.
  97. Health and Safety in Care Setting CC

    The course titled "Health and Safety in a Care Setting" is a comprehensive training program that prioritizes the safety and well-being of persons in a care setting.
  98. Module 1: Introduction CC

    Module one covers laws, rules, and procedures, as well as the many tasks of key care workers. However, fundamental notions must be addressed first. Throughout this course, "resident" has been used to refer to care recipients.
  99. Module 2: Employee Responsibilities CC

    Care workers have several tasks and responsibilities, which this subject will cover. Let's examine employer duties first. The employer has legal duties. These duties should fall to employers, managers, or line managers. The size of an organization matters.
  100. Module 3: Systems CC

    This webinar will discuss the mechanisms needed to provide best care for all stakeholders. Our conversation will begin with care planning. A care plan is a comprehensive plan created with the resident to meet their health and social needs.
  101. Module 4: Accidents and Illness Part 1 CC

    We classified the various mishaps and events that might pose a threat in care settings in modules four and five. This topic suggests establishing rigorous risk assessments to reduce hazards. These evaluations should identify all potential dangers and apply strategies to reduce accident risk.
  102. Module 5: Accidents and Illness Part 2 CC

    There are three main fall classifications: accidental, when someone is on a window ledge, leaning outside, if the ledge or railing is too short, it acts as a fulcrum to help them descend. Falls are rising owing to cognitive impairment.
  103. Module 6: Moving and Handling CC

    The realities of applying care, compassion, competence, communication, courage, and commitment to moving and handling can be challenging. The manual handling, work equipment, and lifting operations and equipment required.
  104. Module 7: General Hazards: Fires, Gas and Electricity CC

    This lesson will cover fire, gas, and electrical risks and safety procedures, starting with fire safety. English, Welsh, and Scottish fire and rescue organizations enforce general fire precautions, including providing enough escape routes.
  105. Module 8: Aggression, Violence, Security and Stress CC

    Risks include animosity, aggression, security, and stress in this module. It illustrates these risks and proposes appropriate solutions. Staff and residents have a right to expect a safe, peaceful environment. Violent and aggressive situations cause many social care injuries.
  106. Module 9: Work Environment and Welfare CC

    This topic covers care home welfare requirements and workplace dangers. Care home staff aim to make residents feel at home. However, educational institutions are workplaces and must follow labor laws. Many issues must be addressed.
  107. Handling information in a care setting CC

    If you desire to hunt a career in a care environment, you must learn to build the people’s trust in your care. One way to achieve this is to make certain that the correct handling of information.
  108. Module 1: legislation CC

    In module one, you will explore some key legislation regarding the handling and sharing of confidential personal information of care users.
  109. Module 2: putting into practice CC

    In module two, you will learn how to put what we have learned throughout the course into practice to ensure full competency in your care role.
  110. Infection Control CC

    Infection control and prevention is a major challenge for health care systems all across the globe. There is a vital opportunity to reduce avoidable morbidity and mortality through improvements to infection control such as during the COVID-19 pandemic.
  111. Module 1: the course structure CC

    In module 1 “introduction to infection control” we will give you a brief overview of the course. It will commence by defining infection prevention and control and the impact of good and bad infection control on patients staff and employers.
  112. Module 2: infection prevention and control CC

    In module 2, we will discuss about infection prevention and control and the impact of infection. According to World Health Organization (WHO) says infection prevention and control measures aimed to make certain the protection of those who might be vulnerable to requiring an infection both in the general community and while receiving care due to health problems in a range of settings.
  113. Module 3: The Different Microorganisms CC

    There are four common types of microorganisms including bacteria, viruses, fungi and parasites. Microorganisms are living things to grow and multiply. They need an adequate food source, warmth, moisture in time. Some also need oxygen or to be shielded from direct light.
  114. Module 4: How Bacteria are Transmitted? CC

    Microorganisms are capable of causing disease or pathogens usually enter our bodies through the mouth, eyes, nose or urogenital openings or through wounds or bites that breached the skin barrier. Microorganisms can spread or be transmitted by several routes.
  115. Module 5: The Chain of Infection CC

    Most of the infectious diseases follow a chain of infection that ends with an infected host. The chain of infection is made-up of six different links the infectious agent, reservoir, portal of exit, means of transmission, portal of entry, and the new susceptible host.
  116. Module 6: The Control and Prevention of Infection CC

    In this module, we will discuss about the control and prevention of infection. An overview of the areas we need to address if we are to establish and maintain effective hygiene practices such as good hand hygiene, correct use and disposal of PPE, handling and disposal of waste, cleaning and decontamination.
  117. Module 7: cleaning and decontamination CC

    A general term used to describe the destruction or removal of microbial contamination to render an item or the environment safe. The term decontamination includes sterilization, disinfection and cleaning.

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