Level 2 Diploma in Care (Qualifi)
The Level 2 Diploma in Care aims to confirm occupational competence for Adult Care Workers or Healthcare Support Workers. This qualification offers the opportunity for learners to demonstrate their knowledge, understanding and practical skills required to be an Adult Care Worker in an adult care setting or a Healthcare Assistant, Support Worker or Personal Assistant in a healthcare support environment.
The qualification links with requirements for the national occupational standards (NOS) for health and social care.
Mandatory and Optional Units
- Understand why communication is important in the work setting.
- Be able to meet individuals’ communication and language needs, wishes and preferences.
- Be able to reduce barriers to communication.
- Be able to apply principles and practices relating to confidentiality at work.
- Understand the implications of duty of care.
- Understand support available for addressing dilemmas that may arise about duty of care.
- Know how to respond to complaints.
- Understand the importance of equality and inclusion.
- Be able to work in an inclusive way.
- Know how to access information, advice and support about diversity, equality and inclusion.
- Understand the need for secure handling of information in care settings.
- Know how to access support for handling information.
- Be able to handle information in accordance with agreed ways of working.
- Understand own responsibilities, and the responsibilities of others, relating to health and safety in the work setting.
- Understand the use of risk assessments in relation to health and safety.
- Understand procedures for responding to accidents and sudden illness.
- Be able to reduce the spread of infection.
- Be able to move and handle equipment and objects safely.
- Know how to handle hazardous substances and materials.
- Understand how to promote fire safety in the work setting.
- Be able to implement security measures in the work setting.
- Know how to manage own stress.
- Understand person-centred approaches for care and support.
- Be able to work in a person-centred way.
- Be able to establish consent when providing care or support.
- Be able to encourage active participation.
- Be able to support the individual’s right to make choices.
- Be able to promote individuals’ well-being.
- Understand what is required for competence in own work role.
- Be able to reflect on own work activities.
- Be able to agree a personal development plan.
- Be able to develop own knowledge, skills and understanding.
- Understand working relationships in care settings.
- Be able to work in ways that are agreed with the employer.
- Be able to work in partnership with others.
- Understand principles of safeguarding adults.
- Know how to recognise signs of abuse.
- Know how to respond to suspected or alleged abuse.
- Understand the national and local context of safeguarding and protection from abuse.
- Understand ways to reduce the likelihood of abuse.
- Know how to recognise and report unsafe practices.
- Understand principles for online safety.
- Understand the areas in which individuals with an autistic spectrum condition characteristically have difficulties.
- Understand the concept of autism as a spectrum, and the implications for variation in the capacities and needs of individuals.
- Understand the behaviours exhibited by some individuals with an autistic spectrum condition.
- Understand how to contribute to the person-centred support of an individual who has an autistic spectrum condition.
- Understand how to communicate effectively with individuals on the autistic spectrum.
- Understand the legislation and policies that support the human rights and inclusion of individuals with learning disabilities.
- Understand the nature and characteristics of learning disability.
- Understand the historical context of learning disability.
- Understand the basic principles and practice of advocacy, empowerment and active participation in relation to supporting individuals with learning disabilities and their families.
- Understand how views and attitudes impact on the lives of individuals with learning disabilities and their family carers.
- Know how to promote communication with individuals with learning disabilities.
- Know the current legislation, guidelines and policies relevant to the administration of medication.
- Understand own role in assisting in the administration of medication.
- Understand the requirements and procedures for assisting in the administration of medication.
- Understand the requirements and procedures for ensuring an individual’s safety.
- Be able to prepare for the administration of medication.
- Be able to assist in the administration of medication.
- Be able to contribute to the management of medications and administration records.
- Know the importance of risktaking in everyday life.
- Understand the importance of positive, person-centred risk assessment.
- Know how legislation and policies are relevant to positive risk taking.
- Be able to support individuals to make informed choices about taking risks.
- Be able to contribute to the support of individuals to manage identified risks.
- Understand duty of care in relation to supporting positive risktaking.
- Understand legislation, policies and guidance relevant to individuals with a learning disability accessing healthcare.
- Understand the function of different healthcare services that an individual with a learning disability may need to access.
- Understand how plans for healthcare and regular health checks underpin long term health and wellbeing for individuals with a learning disability.
- Be able to contribute to plans for healthcare with individuals with a learning disability.
- Be able to support individuals to overcome barriers to accessing healthcare services.
- Be able to support individuals with a learning disability to use healthcare services.
- Understand how legislation, frameworks, codes of practice and policies relate to positive behaviour support.
- Be able to promote positive behaviour.
- Understand the context and use of proactive and reactive strategies.
- Understand the use of restrictive interventions.
- Be able to respond appropriately to incidents of behaviour of concern.
- Be able to support individuals and others following an incident of behaviour of concern.
- Be able to review and revise approaches to promoting positive behaviour.
- Understand the importance of the Mental Capacity Act 2005.
- Understand the key elements of the Mental Capacity Act 2005.
- Understand ‘restraint’ as defined in s6(4) Mental Capacity Act 2005.
- Understand the importance of complying with the Mental Capacity Act 2005 Code of Practice when working with individuals who lack capacity.
- Understand the types of mental ill health.
- Understand the impact of mental ill health on individuals and others in their social network.
- Understand the different views on the nature of mental well-being and mental health and the factors that may influence both across the life span.
- Know how to implement an effective strategy for promoting mental well-being and mental health with individuals and groups.
- Understand legislation, policies and practice in relation to supporting individuals to manage their behaviour.
- Understand the factors that influence behaviour.
- Be able to work with individuals to recognise the impact of their behaviour on others.
- Be able to support individuals to develop strategies for managing behavioural responses.
- Be able to evaluate and review strategies for managing behavioural responses.
- Understand principles for supporting independence in the tasks of daily living.
- Be able to establish what support is required for daily living tasks.
- Be able to provide support for planning and preparing meals.
- Be able to provide support for buying and using household and personal items.
- Be able to provide support for keeping the home clean and secure.
- Be able to identify and respond to changes needed in support for daily living tasks.
- Understand the importance of social inclusion for individuals and communities.
- Understand social exclusion and the consequences for individuals and communities.
- Understand how the social inclusion of individuals can be supported.
- Understand how to support the social inclusion of individuals.
- Understand Acquired Brain Injury (ABI).
- Understand the impact of an Acquired Brain Injury on the individual.
- Understand the specialist communication needs of an individual with Acquired Brain Injury.
- Understand the impact that personality changes can have on an individual and those providing support.
- Understand the impact of challenging behaviour.
£150.00 – £549.00
Level 5 Extended Diploma in Health and Social Care Management (RQF)£350.00 – £1,599.00
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Level 5 Diploma in Health and Social Care (RQF)£300.00 – £849.00
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Level 4 Diploma in Health and Social Care£250.00 – £749.00
Level 3 Diploma in Health and Social Care (RQF)£200.00 – £649.00
No, There is no invigilated exam.
Assessment is based on written assignments. At the end of each unit or module, you will have to submit a written assignment in MS Word document.
At the end of each unit or module, you will have to submit a written assignment in MS Word document. You will be assessed on that written assignment.
If your submission (Written Assignment) is not passed, you will be provided with constructive feedback from the internal assessor so that you can rectify and resubmit. The number of revisions is unlimited.
If you fail to achieve one or more Assessment Criteria, you can rectify and resubmit the assignment.
No, there is no Fee for the resubmission of the assignment. It is totally FREE.
Every service is covered by the qualification fee.
As this is a self-paced qualification, you can manage your schedule. However, it should be noted that you have to complete the qualification in the maximum duration. For example, if the duration of the qualification is 12 months, you have to finish all 6 modules/units in 12 months.
Yes, there are custom payment plans available, you can reach firstname.lastname@example.org for customised plan.
Maximum time allowed to complete the qualification is 12 months and minimum time period to complete is 6 months.
Yes, the course/qualification fee can be paid in the installments. You can see the installment plans in the payment section.
You will get 24/7 tutor support. If you have any questions about the subject or issues with the assignment, you can contact your assigned tutor. You can also share the draft of the assignment to get it reviewed (before submission).
If a learner wants to cancel or no longer wishes to be on the course, then he/she will be eligible to apply for a full refund within 14 days cooling-off period.
If you do not have the exact requisite qualification but the proven work experience that is relevant to the subject, you can get enrolled. Check with the Admission team to know more about this on email@example.com
For the Assessment, you have to submit the written assignment. You will be provided a time frame for studying the learning material and then writing the assignment. Then, you will submit that assignment to the learning management system (Moodle). It will be assessed by the internal assessor, if passed you will be notified of the grade along with constructive feedback. Else, you will be instructed to rectify and resubmit, until you pass the assignment.
You can contact the online tutor through email firstname.lastname@example.org