Disability, Equality and Inclusion Level 2
The Disability, Equality, and Inclusion Level 2 course aims to enhance the knowledge and understanding of healthcare support workers and adult social care workers regarding disability, impairment, and the social model of disability. The course focuses on promoting equality, and inclusion, and providing person-centred care for individuals with disabilities.
The course has a duration of 3 hours, providing an opportunity for participants to engage in focused learning on the subject. The training is typically conducted in person, allowing for interactive discussions, case studies, and practical examples to enhance understanding and application.
Upon successful completion of the course, participants will be awarded a certificate that is valid for three years. This certification serves as evidence of their knowledge and understanding of disability, equality, and inclusion, and their commitment to promoting inclusive practices in their professional roles.
Special Focus Courses
This course ensures that care planning by healthcare support workers and adult social care workers places the best interests of individuals at the centre of care, whilst enabling them to make and communicate their own decisions.
Aim: To enable delegates to develop their knowledge and skills in relation to promoting continence, including early identification and care of incontinence issues, and person centred care for people with continence problems.
This 1-hour course teaches staff to understand the importance of a multi-disciplinary approach to risk assessments and management of dysphagia.
Aim: To provide delegates with an understanding of HIV and an awareness of its prevalence in today's society as well as its progression, attitudes towards HIV and its impact on the individual.
This eLearning course provides learners with an understanding of Learning Disability and Autism Spectrum Disorder and the support they can offer those with Learning Disabilities or Autism.
Aim: To provide healthcare support workers and adult social care workers with the knowledge required to provide their service user with personal care in a dignified and empowering way.
Aim: To provide an overview of the subject, enabling an understanding of behaviours and its origin in order to develop ways to respond positively to the behaviour.
Aim: To provide healthcare support workers and adult social care workers with information on the cause, prevention and care of pressure sores.
Aim: To raise awareness of the signs and impact of strokes and how to respond effectively to someone experiencing a stroke.
Aim: To give learners an awareness of issues surrounding drug and alcohol abuse.