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As part of the Government’s National Retraining Scheme, we’re enrolling learners across England on a variety of Level 3 Distance Learning courses.
Eligibility for FREE Level 3 Distance Learning courses:
The Level 3 Certificate in Understanding the Principles of Dementia Care enables learners to develop knowledge and understanding of caring for individuals with dementia. This qualification will also support progression into relevant employment within the health and social care sector.
As part of this course you will study seven mandatory units:
UNIT 1 – Understanding dementia
UNIT 2 – Understand how person-centred approaches are used to underpin the care and support of individuals with dementia
UNIT 3 – Principles of communication and interaction in dementia care and support
UNIT 4 – Support positive interaction, occupation and activity in dementia care
UNIT 5 – Principles of equality, diversity and inclusion in dementia care and support
UNIT 6 – Understand how to support individuals with dementia to exercise choice and rights
UNIT 7 – Principles of the administration of medication and wellbeing of individuals with dementia
Assessments are due at the end of each unit. Your tutor will assess your work and build up your portfolio of evidence of learning. A certificate will be awarded on satisfactory submission of evidence of learning for the units studied.
|Course Title||Understanding the Principles of Dementia Care Distance Learning Level 3|
|Attendance Requirements||As a Distance Learning course, there is no need to attend College. For further information or advice, please contact the Distance Learning team:01823 366612 email@example.com|
The staff have been very supportive they will do anything to help whether it be staying late or putting in 100% to make the lessons more suited to you. The staff have backgrounds in the specific course in which you want to take which helps to get another person’s view on what it’s like to work in the sector and also the course covers all areas of the subject and there is nothing that isn’t covered within the syllabus and modules.
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