Health & Social Care Training Throughout the UK

Level 4 Diploma in Adult Care

The Level 4 Diploma in Adult Care is specifically designed for learners who already work in health and social care in adult settings. This qualification gives learners the opportunity to develop fundamental and specialist knowledge and understanding underpinning competence in their intended specialism and job role. This includes knowledge and understanding in areas such as safeguarding and protection in care, health and safety in health care settings, inclusive practice and equality and diversity, dementia care, stroke care management and public funding models in adult social care. This also includes skills such as developing and maintaining accurate records, facilitating support planning and person centred assessment, partnership working, mentoring and advanced communication skills.

Learners will develop acceptable behaviours and attitudes to support competence and successful performance in the their intended job role; this includes developing positive attitudes to promoting and supporting equality and diversity, appreciation and adherence to the values, principles and statutory frameworks that underpin professional practice, and acceptable and required behaviours to ensure the safeguarding of children and young people in the Adult Care sector.

To achieve the Level 4 Diploma in Adult Care learners must achieve a minimum of 70 credits overall. At least 55 credits must be achieved at Level 4 or above.

Progression opportunities are available to learners who achieve this qualification

Level 4 Diploma in Adult Care

The Level 4 Diploma in Adult Care is specifically designed for learners who already work in health and social care in adult settings. This qualification gives learners the opportunity to develop fundamental and specialist knowledge and understanding underpinning competence in their intended specialism and job role. This includes knowledge and understanding in areas such as safeguarding and protection in care, health and safety in health care settings, inclusive practice and equality and diversity, dementia care, stroke care management and public funding models in adult social care. This also includes skills such as developing and maintaining accurate records, facilitating support planning and person centred assessment, partnership working, mentoring and advanced communication skills.

Learners will develop acceptable behaviours and attitudes to support competence and successful performance in the their intended job role; this includes developing positive attitudes to promoting and supporting equality and diversity, appreciation and adherence to the values, principles and statutory frameworks that underpin professional practice, and acceptable and required behaviours to ensure the safeguarding of children and young people in the Adult Care sector.

To achieve the Level 4 Diploma in Adult Care learners must achieve a minimum of 70 credits overall. At least 55 credits must be achieved at Level 4 or above.

Progression opportunities are available to learners who achieve this qualification

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QCS National Care Association
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