Qualification: Edexcel Level 2 Diploma in Health and Social Care.
Level: Level 2
Start Date: 01 October 2016
In additional, you will complete:
Competence qualification: You must achieve a minimum of 46 credits to achieve this quali fication. Some of these units are mandatory and some you may choose with the agreement of your employer and assessor. Your assessor will go through these units with you and your employer in more detail and discuss how the credits work so you may achieve your quali fication successfully. Your assessor will visit you in the workplace to assess you to ensure you meet the minimum national standards.
Knowledge qualification: Level 2 Certificate in Preparing to Work in Adult Social Care. Most of the knowledge will be learnt in the classroom in college. Some may also be delivered online or in the workplace.
Personal learning and thinking skills: Evidence will be collected to show that you have acquired the following skills:
Transferable skills qualifications:
Employment Rights and Responsibilities (ERR) The ERR (Employment Rights and Responsibilities) programme is now covered by the online e-learning found on the Instructus website.
For the Intermediate Apprenticeship programme, candidates should be 16 years or older, working at least 30 hours per week in a health and social care setting. Candidates must also have been an EU resident for three years or more.
Previous qualifications in care are not required but qualifications such as English and maths are desirable.
Before commencing the apprenticeship, it will be necessary to undertake a criminal record check through the Disclosure and Barring Service to determine that applicants have no criminal offences.
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“The teaching is so good on this course. They really help you and if you need to catch up they support you. I did two work placements earlier in the year – one in a nursery and another in a care home, and I was given a part time job as a result. It’s great because you get to practice what you’ve learnt in the classroom.”