Diploma in Adult Care
The course is tailored to anyone interested in upgrading their career in adult care or aspiring to be a lead adult care worker in health and social care settings. This course will equip you with the necessary knowledge and skills to deal with vulnerable adults.
- During this course, you will learn the following:
- Responsibilities of a care worker
- Equality and inclusion
- Personal development
- Duty of care
- Health and Safety
- Promotion of person-centred care
Additional Financial Aid
Adult Education Budget (AEB) Funding?
Applicants who are unemployed from the Great London Authority and earn less than £21,157.50 per year (before deductions) may be eligible for a fee waiver depending on their enrolled course. If you live outside the Greater London Authority, you must earn at least £17,374.50 per year.
A health and social care assessment consists of observing your performance and answering written and oral questions regarding your performance in a health and social care setting. In addition to general work and personal statements, your portfolio and coursework will contain professional information, authentic reports, and witness testimony.
After you complete this course, you will be able to work in the following roles:
- Senior Care Worker
- Lead Adult Care Worker
- Domiciliary Care Worker
- Key Worker
- Support Worker
- Lead Personal Assistant
There are complete Level 3 courses that may be free of charge to those over the age of 19 who do not already possess an entire Level 3 or above qualification. In addition, AEB Funding may fund this course if you qualify for financial assistance.