Functional Skills English and Maths Level 1
Care Certificate Level 2
Diploma in Care Level 2
Lived in the UK/EU for at least 3 years.
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A senior healthcare support worker helps registered practitioners deliver healthcare services to people of all ages. As a senior healthcare support worker, you’ll carry out a range of clinical and non-clinical healthcare or therapeutic tasks, under the direct or indirect supervision of the registered healthcare practitioner. You’ll provide high-quality, compassionate healthcare, following standards, policies or protocols and always acting within the limits of your competence.
WHO IS THIS QUALIFICATION FOR?
As an experienced support worker, participants carry out a range of clinical and non-clinical healthcare or therapeutic tasks, under the direct or indirect supervision of the registered healthcare practitioner. Learners provide high quality, compassionate healthcare, following standards, policies or protocols and always acting within the limits of their competence.
You may work in a range of services:
- Hospital, community, health or day case unit
- Birth centre or midwifery led unit
- Someone’s home
- Operating theatre
- Nursing or care home
- Assessment centre
- School, prison
- GP surgery
- Charity or voluntary organisation
- Working in partnership with individuals, families, carers and other service providers.
- This apprenticeship is suitable for those working with learners on vocational (competence-based) qualifications and formalised work-based education and training and can encompass a range of roles: Adult Nursing Support(including clinical skills and care), Maternity support, Theatre Support, Mental Health Support, Children and Young People, Allied Health Professionals, Therapy Support
WHY DO THIS COURSE
This apprenticeship provides an ideal entry into the occupation and supports progression within the sector. It will also help you to develop the leadership qualities of a front line worker.
WHAT WILL YOU LEARN
You will gain the knowledge and skills in coaching which involves:
- The indicators for good physical and mental health
- The main types of mental health
- Legislations, policies and ways of working; duty of care, safeguarding
- Signs of abuse
- Promotion of health care and support
- Working with multi-disciplinary teams
- Person centred care, treatment and support
After a period of working and gaining experience, you may be able to work towards an Assistant Practitioner or Nursing Associate post or, providing you meet the entry requirements, apply to university to become a registered healthcare practitioner