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Course curriculum

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    How Learning, Teaching, and Assessments are delivered

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    Learner Support Guides

    • Level of Skill to demonstrate for Level 3 assessments

    • Learner Quick Start Guide on using the e-portfolio

    • How to answer Questions and Complete Knowledge Tasks in the e-portfolio

    • How to Submit evidence to your Assessor in the e-portfolio

    • How to Re-Submit evidence to your Assessor in the e-portfolio

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    Assessment Standards for Mandatory Units

    • 1 Promote communication in care settings

    • 2 Promote effective handling of information in care settings

    • 3 Promote personal development in care settings

    • 4 Promote person-centred approaches in care settings

    • 5 Promote equality and inclusion in care settings

    • 6 Promote health, safety and well-being in care settings

    • 7 Responsibilities of a care worker

    • 8 Duty of care in care settings

    • 9 Promote safeguarding and protection in care settings

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    Optional Units offered and Popular Units

    • Optional Units Offered - Group A 30 credits

    • Popular Optional Group A units

    • 13 - Understand the process and experience of dementia

    • 18 - The principles of Infection Prevention and Control

    • 29 - Understand sensory loss

    • 63 - Move and position individuals in accordance with their care plan

    • 66 - Provide support to maintain and develop skills for everyday life

    • 67 - Facilitate learning and development activities to meet individual needs and preferences

    • 72 - Support individuals to access and use services and facilities

    • 75 - Facilitate person-centred assessment, planning, implementation and reviews

    • 81 - Support individuals with specific communication needs

    • 87 - Support use of medication in social care settings

    • 120 - Support individuals who are distressed

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    Level 3 Diploma in Adult Care - Learning Resources

    • Knowledge, skills and behaviours expected of a Lead Adult Care Worker

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    Promote Communication - Learning Resources for L3DACU01

    • Promote Communication 1

    • Promote Communication 2

    • Promote Communication 3

    • Promote Communication 4

    • Promote Communication 5

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    Promote effective handling of information - Learning Resources for L3DACU02

    • Introduction to handling information

    • Requirements for handling information

    • Implement good practice in handling information and support others

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    Promote Personal Development - Learning Resources for L3DACU03

    • Promote Personal Development 1

    • Promote Personal Development 2

    • Promote Personal Development 3

    • Promote Personal Development 4

    • Promote Personal Development 5

    • Promote Personal Development 6

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    Promote person-centred approaches - Learning Resources for L3DACU04

    • Introduction

    • How to promote the application of person-centred approaches

    • How to work in a person-centred way

    • How to establish consent when providing care or support

    • How to implement and promote active participation

    • How to support the individual’s right to make choices

    • How to promote individuals’ well-being

    • The role of risk-assessment in enabling a person-centred approach

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    Promote equality and inclusion in care settings - Learning Resources for L3DACU05

    • Introduction to Promoting Equality

    • Understand the importance of diversity, equality and inclusion

    • Be able to work in an inclusive way

    • Be able to promote diversity, equality and inclusion

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    Promote health, safety and well-being in care settings - Learning Resources for L3DACU06

    • Introduction to Promoting Health and Safety

    • Understand own responsibilities, and the responsibilities of others, relating to health and safety

    • Be able to carry out own responsibilities for 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 other objects safely

    • Be able to handle hazardous substances and materials

    • Be able to promote fire safety in the work setting

    • Be able to implement security measures in the work setting

    • Know how to manage stress

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    Responsibilities of a care worker - Learning Resources for L3DACU07

    • Introduction to Responsibilities of a care worker

    • 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

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    Duty of care in care settings - Learning Resources for L3DACU08

    • Introduction to Duty of care in care settings

    • Understand how duty of care contributes to safe practice

    • Know how to address conflicts or dilemmas that may arise between an individual’s rights and the duty of care

    • Know how to respond to complaints

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    Promote safeguarding and protection in care settings - Learning Resources for L3DACU09

    • Introduction to Promote safeguarding and protection in care settings

    • What is Abuse?

    • Key principles of safeguarding adults

    • Introduction to Promote safeguarding and protection in care settings

    • What is safeguarding?

    • Who might need safeguarding services?

    • Who may be at risk of abuse?

    • Patterns of abuse

    • Who can be an abuser?

    • What does Safeguarding Adults consist of?

    • Know how to recognise signs of abuse

    • Physical abuse

    • Examples of physical abuse

    • Possible indicators of physical abuse

    • Financial abuse

    • Know how to recognise signs of abuse