Level 2 Diploma in Care

Course overview 

If you are new to Health and Social care and do not have any care qualification Level 2 is a good level to start from. Upon completing the course you will be gaining the fundamental knowledge needed to help you work as a Carer / Support worker. It is also an RQF 46 credits course completed within 6 to 12 months with opportunity of progressing to level 3
Funding available * Plus employer/learner contribution of £200. For more information complete the contact us form below.
Regarding payment instalment plans see the options available below.

Course structure

Entry requirement: There are no formal entry requirements for this qualification however Learners must be at least 19 years or over to be registered into the course.

Method of Assessment
: This is a competence-based RQF Level 2 in Health and Social Care qualification learner’s ability to competently perform a range of tasks connected with their work is mandatory in order to complete the qualification. 24/7 online access available upon registration, including planned Tutor support.
Online e-learning platform is used to support learner while on the program.

Tutors are all sector expert with over 23 years experience of working and delivering within the Health and Social Care sector.

Method of Payment
Skills for Care Funding or
Self funding available with the option of installment plan.

Career Progression:
  • Domiciliary Care Giver
  •  Support Worker
  • Senior Carer
  • Opportunity to progress into doing the level 3 Diploma in Adult care partway to Generic Health care, Mental Health, Learning Disability Adult, Children or Young People services.
  • Gain voluntary work in local residential care homes or Domiciliary care
  • The knowledge gained after completing this course can be transferred into the Apprenticeship programme of Adult Social Care, although other components of the Apprenticeship programme will need to be completed and passed in other to gain the Apprenticeship qualification .

Mandatory units

  • Communication in care settings
  • Handle information in care settings.
  • Personal development in care settings.
  • Implement person-centred approaches in care settings.
  • Equality and inclusion in care settings.
  • Health, safety and wellbeing in care settings.
  • Responsibilities of a care worker.
  • Duty of care.
  • Safeguarding and protection in care settings.

For 2 or 10 monthly instalment payment plan, complete the contact us form below to make arrangement for instalment.  

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