This level 2 qualification develops learner’s knowledge relating to person-centred planning in end-of-life care. It addresses key questions and situations a carer may be faced with and looks at approaches to death, legislation, and sensitivity training.
This course will help learners with planning for end-of-life care, developing their awareness of legislation and the required empathy for caring for clients.
This course helps learners understand how to care for someone in the final stages of life. The units specified below allow candidates to provide support as well as procedures when caring for someone at this stage.
This course ensures learner’s awareness of the principles of end-of-life care and allows them to help clients who may need this support.
This course is regulated and funding is available for those eligible for it. Speak to one of our team members to find out more.
This training is a fundamental part of what it is to be a carer, and it will help learners prepare for the period of grief they may experience with a client.
This course is accredited by iCQ, an awarding body regulated by Ofqual in England.
The assessment will be through a portfolio of evidence completed while the learner is on the units listed above. This will be underpinned by a professional discussion about what the candidate has learnt.
This course requires 120 Guided Learning Hours, which will be led by an industry-expert tutor.
This programme helps learners understand the principles of this subject and will allow them to specialise in this area. Learners can progress to a level 3 qualification once they have completed this course.