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This Care Certificate assessor training course is aimed at members of staff who are going to be responsible for the observing and assessing of other members of staff.
In the course, your staff will learn best practice in the course on how to assess others and gather good quality and relevant information. Furthermore, they will familiarize them with the Care Certificate workbooks and assessors documents.
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- Understand Professional Roles and Responsibilities
- Master Core Care Principles (e.g., Duty of Care, Person-Centred Care)
- Develop Effective Communication Skills
- Promote Safety and Well-Being (e.g., Safeguarding, Health & Safety)
- Implement Operational Best Practices (e.g., Infection Control, Information Handling)
- Understand and Apply VARK Modalities to Meet Diverse Learning Needs
- Clarify the Scope and Duties of an Assessor's Role
- Differentiate Between Formative and Summative Assessments
- Tailor Assessment Methods to Accommodate Individual Learner Requirements
- Discuss examples of how to give Constructive Feedback
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Where do you deliver this care certificate assessment training?
We can deliver this training at your premises, as long as it's within the UK. Also, we have our own venues in Stoke on Trent, London, Swindon, Epsom & York if you need access to a training room (additional charges will apply). We can also deliver this training virtually using Zoom. However, sessions delivered via Zoom will be theory only and will not include any practicals.
Who Is This Care Certificate Assessor Training For?
This training is for anyone working within the health and social care sector.
How Many Delegates Can I Have On One Session?
We will deliver this training for a group of up to 12 delegates. Likewise, for larger groups we can either provide multiple trainers on the same day or run multiple days to get everyone trained.
Who Will Conduct The Training?
One of our expert clinical tutors, these are either Nurses or Doctors with an abundance of clinical and complex care experience and knowledge – so you’ll be in great hands! Furthermore, we will let you know who is doing the training in advance, you can check out their skills and experience by finding them on our meet the team page.
The Care Certificate Assessor Training
This Care Certificate Assessor training course is aimed at members of staff who are going to be responsible for the observing and assessing of other members of staff.
In the training, your staff will learn best practice in the course on how to assess others and gather good quality and important information as well as get them to know and understand Care Certificate practice book and grading documents.
The Care Certificate Assessor Award is a complete training program that helps individual acquire the knowledge and skills needed to become an effective Care Certificate Assessor in the healthcare industry.
This course covers a wide range of essential topics, including professional roles and responsibilities, core care principles, effective communication, safety promotion, operational best practices, assessment methods, and feedback delivery.
- Course Duration: 12 hours
- Course Level: Level 3
- Certificate: 1-year certificate
- Max Delegates: 12
- Practical: No
Care Assessment Course Modules:
Module 1: Understanding Professional Roles and Responsibilities
Objective 1: Understand Professional Roles and Responsibilities
- Gain insights into the professional roles and responsibilities of a Care Certificate Assessor.
- Explore the ethical and legal aspects of the role.
Module 2: Mastering Core Care Principles
Objective 2: Master Core Care Principles (e.g., Duty of Care, Person-Centred Care)
- Delve into core care principles such as Duty of Care and Person-Centred Care.
- Learn how to apply these principles effectively in healthcare settings.
Module 3: Developing Effective Communication Skills
Objective 3: Develop Effective Communication Skills
- Enhance your communication skills for clear, empathetic, and effective interactions with learners.
- Explore various communication techniques and best practices.
Module 4: Promoting Safety and Well-Being
Objective 4: Promote Safety and Well-Being (e.g., Safeguarding, Health & Safety)
- Understand the importance of safeguarding and health & safety.
- Learn how to promote the safety and well-being of both learners and patients.
Module 5: Implementing Operational Best Practices
Objective 5: Implement Operational Best Practices (e.g., Infection Control, Information Handling)
- Explore operational best practices, including infection control and information handling.
- Gain the knowledge to ensure safe and efficient healthcare operations.
Module 6: Understanding and Applying VARK Modalities
Objective 6: Understand and Apply VARK Modalities to Meet Diverse Learning Needs
- Learn about VARK modalities and their relevance in accommodating diverse learning needs.
- Discover strategies to tailor your teaching to various learning styles.
Module 7: Clarifying the Scope and Duties of an Assessor’s Role
Objective 7: Clarify the Scope and Duties of an Assessor’s Role
- Understand the scope of your role as a Care Certificate Assessor.
- Identify your duties and responsibilities in the assessment process.
Module 8: Differentiating Between Formative and Summative Assessments
Objective 8: Differentiate Between Formative and Summative Assessments
- Learn the distinctions between formative and summative assessments.
- Understand when and how to use each type of assessment effectively.
Module 9: Tailoring Assessment Methods
Objective 9: Tailor Assessment Methods to Accommodate Individual Learner Requirements
- Explore various assessment methods and their suitability for different learners.
- Learn to adapt assessment methods to meet individual learner needs.
Module 10: Discussing Examples of Giving Constructive Feedback
Objective 10: Discuss Examples of Giving Constructive Feedback
- Explore examples of providing constructive feedback to learners.
- Understand the significance of feedback in the learning process.
By following this structured care certificate assessment course, you will be equipped with the knowledge and skills required to excel as a Care Certificate Assessor, providing effective guidance and assessment to learners in the healthcare field.
- Gain the expertise to guide and assess learners effectively in their journey toward healthcare excellence.
- Understand and fulfill the roles and responsibilities of a Care Certificate Assessor.
- Master core care principles, communication skills, and safety promotion.
- Learn to implement operational best practices in healthcare settings.
- Tailor assessment methods to accommodate diverse learning needs.
- Develop the ability to provide constructive feedback and differentiate between formative.
Upon successful of this care certificate assessment course, participants will be able to:
- Understand Role and Personal Development in Care.
- Explain the Core Care Principles, including Duty of Care, Equality, Diversity, and Person- Centred Approaches
- Enhance Communication and Maintain Privacy and Dignity.
- Identify workplace examples where you support with Nutrition, Mental Health, and Learning Needs Care.
- Identify your policy and discuss Safeguarding for both Adults and Children.
- Explain your role in health and safety in the workplace.
- Discuss basic life support techniques.
- Define your ways of working when recording Information and Infection control.
- Explain the Use of VARK Modalities to Meet Diverse Learning Needs.
- Define the Scope and Duties of an Assessor’s Role.
- Analyse the Objectives and Types of Assessments, including Formative and Summative.
- Identify Methods for Adapting Assessments to Individual Learner Needs.
- Discuss examples where you have effectively Delivered Constructive Feedback and lessons learnt to support the group learning.
This course is suitable for individuals seeking to become proficient in assessing and guiding healthcare professionals through the Care Certificate.
It is open to the following individuals:
- Aspiring Care Certificate Assessors
- Healthcare professionals looking to enhance their assessment skills
- Those responsible for staff training and development in healthcare settings
- Anyone interested in understanding the Care Certificate assessment process
Care Certificate Assessor FAQs
Who Can Be a Care Certificate Assessor?
- Anyone with experience working in healthcare and a good understanding of the Care Certificate standards can become a Care Certificate assessor.
What Knowledge and Skills Do You Need to Become a Care Certificate Assessor?
- To be a Care Certificate assessor, you need to know the Care Certificate standards well and have experience in healthcare. You should also have good communication skills to help others learn.
What Is the Role of the Care Certificate Assessor?
- The role of a Care Certificate assessor is to help people learn and show that they meet the Care Certificate standards. They guide and assess learners to make sure they are ready to work in healthcare.
How Long Is the Care Certificate Assessor Course?
- The length of the Care Certificate assessor course can vary. It usually takes a few days to a few weeks, depending on the training provider and how fast you learn.
How Long Is the Care Certificate Course?
- The Care Certificate course itself typically takes about 12 hours. It helps people new to healthcare learn important skills and knowledge to provide good care.