PERSON CENTRED CARE COURSE
This Person Centred Care Course is designed to assist you or your care support workers with understanding the legislation and standards governing person-centred care in England. This 3-hour course teaches about the meaning and importance of patient centred care in practice. Course candidates will learn about privacy, dignity, choice, and independence of their clients. This course is developed in line with the Health & Safety at Work (Etc.) Act of 1974, Equality Act 2010; Mental Capacity Act 2005 and associated code of practice; Mental Health Act 2007 and Code of Practice; Human Medicines Regulations 2012; Autism Act; Human Rights Act, Care Act and meets requirements placed on care providers by the Care Certificate.
Candidates will be able to acquire important knowledge about Duty of Candour and understand how to practice within a culture of openness, transparency and their individual responsibility.
Designed by healthcare professionals
Full compliance with the Health & Safety at Work (Etc.) Act of 1974, Equality Act 2010; Mental Capacity Act 2005 and associated code of practice; Mental Health Act 2007 and Code of Practice; Human Medicines Regulations 2012; Autism Act; Human Rights Act, The Care Act and CQC Regulations
Duration 3 hours
Healthcare trainer support
Accredited by Trainer Courses and approved by TrainerQuals (Person Centred Care at Level 1)
Multiple re-assessment opportunities with no additional charge
Certification within 24 hours
Upon successful completion of this course, you will be sent a quality assured, accredited certificate via e-mail. It can be used to evidence compliance or your professional development. All of our Open Courses are approved by trainerQuals and accredited by the Trainer Courses Certification Service as conforming to nationally accepted Health and Safety, and Healthcare Professionalism Development guidelines and Health and Safety standards requirements.
PERSON CENTRED CARE COURSE CANDIDATES
This course is for anyone who works in the Health and Social Care settings, including:
- Healthcare assistants
- Support workers
- Charity volunteers
- Family carers
Upon completion of this course learners will be able to:
- Meaning and importance of person-centred approach
- Importance of good communication
- Promoting choice and independence
- Improving care delivered to ensure person-centred approach
The assessment is carried out on completion of the course. You are given the chance to answer 20 questions with a 75% pass mark. If you don’t pass, don’t worry! You can re-take the test immediately with tutors support and with no extra charge.
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