CACHE Level 3 Award in Health and Social Care
Studying for this CACHE Level 3 Award in Health and Social Care qualification gives a great insight into working in care and allows people to work with children and adults. The course results in a fully recognised CACHE Level 3 qualification that is great for anyone currently working or looking to gain employment in the care sector.
|Study time:||180 hours|
|Enrolment length:||12 months|
|Course format:||Paper based pack|
|Assignments:||6 written tasks|
|Entry requirements:||None specific|
The CACHE Level 3 Award in Health and Social Care gives a recognised qualification upon completion. This can be used in a variety of different settings and job roles. Working in health and social care is a very rewarding career and enables you to work with people who require care for a variety of reasons. This CACHE Level 3 Award in Health and Social Care course covers care for people of all ages and therefore allows students to gain a recognised yet diverse qualification that can be used to work in many different positions.
Unit 1:Equality, diversity and rights in health and social care
In this first part of the course we will be looking at how equality, diversity and inclusion are used within health and social care and the reasons for adopting an inclusive approach. By doing this you can include each individual that you care for and ensure they receive care to the highest possible standard.
Unit 2: Human growth and development
In this unit we will look at the various stages of development that humans undergo throughout their lifetime. This is a very difficult area of study as human life is incredibly complex and experiences differ for every individual. We will look at some work by top theorists on human development and explore the different stages that have been developed by psychologists.
Unit 3: Safeguarding in Health and Social Care
Safeguarding and looking out for the well-being of those that you care for should always be something that is understood and checked within a health and social care setting. Doing this ensures that each person you care for is fully protected and safe from any potential risk which may come their way.