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UK Skills For Care Training – QCF, RQF & NVQ Adult Care Qualifications

Skills For Care Training & Qualifications In UK

Skills For Care Training CoursesAOne Social Care Training is a Skills For Care Centre Of Excellence. We deliver QCF, RQF & NVQ adult care training courses for public and private health sector workers, nursing & care home employees, care assistants, community carers & care professionals across the UK.

We offer Workforce Development Fund (WDF) qualifications and accredited adult care qualifications in subjects such as Well being, Support for registered managers, Learning disabilities, Mental health, Long term conditions, Assisting and moving, Autism, Care Certificate, Health and safety, Infection and control, Dementia, Medication, Mental Capacity Act, Positive behavioural support, Safeguarding and End of Life Care.

We understand that your training needs can change and we’re ready to adapt our services quickly to ensure your success. Our qualified social care trainers have professional experience in providing care, which means we understand the challenges you face and we know how important it is to get it right. We provide flexible round-the-clock training to suit night or day staff. We can tailor the content of training courses to match your specific needs.

If you need help with your care home staff development programme, AOne are here to support your workers and teach them the vital lessons that come with working in the adult care sector. If you can’t find the training or qualification you are looking for on our website, get in touch and tell us what you need. Here a some of our most popular Skills For Care training courses.

Skills For Care Training For Adult Care Workers

Mandatory Adult Care Training and Qualifications

There are a number of mandatory training courses which staff in the health, social and adult care sector must have completed. AOne can provide these courses and fit them around your staff’s shifts and schedules. All of our Health and Social Care courses are up-to-date and relevant, with details on specific legislation and your employee’s responsibilities in relation to those laws. Follow this link for more information on Mandatory Training and Qualifications for adult care workers, nursing & care home employees, community carers & caring professionals

Awareness of Dementia
Level 3 | 86 GLH | £279 | Regulated learning | Funding available

The level 3 Award in Awareness of Dementia is designed for individuals aspiring towards or already employed in the capacity of caring for patients with dementia. Dementia is a group of symptoms that contribute to the decline in one’s memory and thinking skills. These symptoms, when severe, can hinder the day-to-day activities of a person. Alzheimer’s disease is a type of dementia that is known to affect millions of people around the world. Vascular dementia is another form of dementia that occurs in patients who have experienced a stroke. Dementia can also be a result of vitamin deficiencies and thyroid problems. The early diagnosis of dementia will help a patient benefit from treatment, as the disease tends to progress quickly if untreated. Follow the link for more information on Level 3 Awareness of Dementia training courses

End-of-Life Care
Level 2 | 120 GLH | £249 | Regulated learning | Funding Available

This level 2 qualification develops learner’s knowledge relating to person-centred care planning at the end of life. It addresses key questions and situations a carer may be faced with and looks at approaches to death, legislation relating to end-of-life care, and sensitivity training.

Principles of Medication Administration
Level 2 | 130 GLH | £249 | Regulated learning | Funding Available

This level 2 course is perfect for employees in the Health and Social Care sector wanting to learn more about best practice for medication administration. It identifies staff roles and responsibilities in relation to administering medication, how to store medication, the legislation of drug administration, and how to record and report errors.

Pressure Area Care & Tissue Viability
3 Hours | £400 | Non-Regulated learning | Funding Available

People with low mobility or disabilities are at a higher risk of pressure sores, which can lead to infection and distress. This course will cover methods of prevention as well as appropriate treatment should a client have a pressure sore.

QCF, RQF & NVQ Skills For Care Qualifications

Understanding Autism
Level 2 | 140 GLH | £249 | Regulated learning | Funding Available

Autism can affect social skills and behaviours; it may also impact sensory experience or how someone learns – autism can affect a person in a variety of ways. AOne’s level 2 certificate allows for learners to gain an understanding of what autism is and in what ways it can present in a person. Undertaking this course will allow for an improved quality of care to clients with autism.

Understanding the Care & Management of Diabetes
Level 2 | 110 GLH | £249 | Regulated learning | Funding Available

4.7 million people in the UK suffer with diabetes. Staff need to be aware of what signs to look out for when caring with someone with diabetes, as well as how to effectively treat issues as they arise. This level 2 course will talk employees through the types of diabetes, how to manage the condition, and what emergency treatment may become necessary

Epilepsy Awareness
3 Hours | £400 | Non-Regulated learning | Funding Available

This course develops the learner’s understanding of epilepsy and how to support individuals in a person-centred way to manage their condition. Participants will be able to: define epilepsy; list the types of seizures identify triggers that are associated with epilepsy; discuss the main managements currently available; explain the features of an Emergency Seizure Management Plan & list the steps to take when supporting someone having a seizure.

PEG Feeding
3 Hours | £400 | Non-Regulated learning | Funding Available

This course increases the learner’s awareness of the specific care needs of the service user who has a PEG tube. Upon completion of this course the learners will demonstrate knowledge of the surgical procedure of PEG insertion and immediate postoperative care; know how to carry out the daily routine care of a PEG tube and PEG stoma site and be able to discuss the importance of hygiene and specific feed regimes, as well as the types of food given to the PEG-fed service user.

Health & Social Care Training Course Applications

A1 Social Care Training provides Skills For Care health and social care training service to our customers. If you need more information about our QCF, RQF & NVQ training courses for for health & social care workers, nursing & care home employees, community carers & caring professionals, please contact us via telephone or fill out the form below.

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