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COMMUNICATION

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Course Benefits

  • This course is a mandatory requirement for people working in the care sector.

  • The course is recommended by Skills for Care as a minimum standard for people working in social care.

  • The course is recognised by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) as a minimum standard that people working in social care need to meet before they can safely work unsupervised.

  • This course meets the communication module of the mandatory Care Certificate.

  • The course meets all the knowledge criteria for Unit 1 of the QCF (NVQ) Diploma in Health & Social Care – Promote communication in health, social care or children’s and young people’s settings.

  • The course meets all the communication outcomes of the Certificate in Preparing to Work in Adult Social Care qualification otherwise known as the technical certificate.

  • The course can be used for credit transfer or Recognition of prior learning (RPL) to Unit 1 of the Technical Certificate in Health & Social Care – Principles of communication in adult social care settings.

  • The course can be used for credit transfer or Recognition of prior learning (RPL) to Unit 1 of the QCF (NVQ) Diploma in Health & Social Care – Promote communication in health, social care or children’s and young people’s settings.

  • The Course has credit value under the QCF framework and recognized throughout the United Kingdom and Europe.

 

Course Objectives

This course helps those who work in health, social care or children and young people’s settings to understand key importance of communication in such settings. Specifically, the course helps care workers to understand how to identify and overcome barriers to communication with a view to meeting needs and communication preferences of service users.

Learning outcomes

At the end of this course, learners must be able to:

  1. Understand the meaning and concept of effective communication within their work setting

  2. Understand why people communicate in their work setting

  3. Identify barriers to communication in Health, Social Care or Children and Young People’s Settings

  4. Understand how to seek support and overcome barriers to communication

  5. Understand meaning and importance of confidentiality at work.

Course Contents

Module 1: Meaning and Concept of Effective Communication

Module 2: Reasons Why People Communicate

Module 3: Barriers to Communication

Module 4: Supports Service to Overcome Barriers to Communication

Module 5: Meaning and Importance of Confidentiality at Work

Credit Value: 3 (under the QCF framework)

 

Assessment Methods

This course can be assessed by a wide range of methods, depending on the level and mode of study. Methods available include but not limited to the following:

  • Written Assignment

  • Observation

  • Multiple choice question (online only)

  • Professional discussion

  • Witness Testimony

 

Guided learning hours

An average of 15 hours is recommended for this course.

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About Care Training Academy

Care Training Academy is a subsidiary of the Learning and Development Bureau. A company registered in England Wales. Registered office: Suite 15, Hopewell Business Centre, Hopewell Drive, Chatham, Kent, ME5 7DX, United Kingdom.

Contact us

Suite 15, Hopewell Business Centre, Hopewell Drive, Chatham, Kent, ME5 7DX.

United Kingdom. Tel: 01634540669
info@ caretrainingacademy.co.uk

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