Health and Social Care Level 4

Home Study Zone
Online

£ 369 - (Rs 31,794)
+ VAT

Important information

  • Course
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Description

Subscription options are available on most courses, starting at £19.99. See website for details.The following course, offered by Home Study Zone, will help you improve your skills and achieve your professional goals. During the program you will study different subjects which are deemed to be useful for those who want to enhance their professional career. Sign up for more information!

Important information

Requirements: No entry requirements

Venues

Where and when

Starts Location

Online

What you'll learn on the course

Mental Health
Risk Assessment
Monitoring
Evaluation
Data analysis
Ethics
Quality
Health and Social Care
Planning
Quality Training
Communication Training

Course programme

The Health and Social Care Level 4 course will give students a natural progression route into management teaching you the following:

  • Managing yourself and other people
  • Managing care activities
  • Managing quality and change

The course will also will help you gain a high level of understanding of health and social care practices and help you gain a good knowledge of care, communication and support strategies. You will look at care planning and discover how research methods can be used to deliver health and social care.

A career in Health and Social care is a rewarding career and there are a wide range of opportunities available to enthusiastic, hardworking individuals who welcome a challenge.

Modules

Module 1 : Context and Reflection

  • Historical overview of health and social care services
  • Organisation of care services and provision
  • Policy, regulation, enforcement, funding
  • Theories of learning and professional knowledge
  • Evidence-based practice
  • Ethical issues and reflective practice
  • Professional development and peer support

Module 2 :Ethical Principles and Values

  • Values, ethics and rights
  • Safe practice in care environments
  • Ethical considerations
  • Mental Health
  • Issues of gender, age, ability, religion and sexuality
  • Non-discriminatory practice
  • Confidentiality
  • Care values and care standards

Module 3 : Supporting Individuals and Managing Care

  • Understanding care relationships
  • Support needs and policy influences
  • Supporting people through change
  • Communication, empowerment and advocacy
  • Managing yourself and other people
  • Managing care activities
  • Managing quality and change

Module 4 : Assessment and Care Planning

  • Assessment of needs
  • Rationale of assessment
  • Risk assessment
  • Contextualising assessment
  • Models and tools for assessment
  • Care planning policy
  • Models of care planning
  • Recording care plans
  • Resources
  • User-defined outcomes
  • Monitoring and review

Module 5 : Health Education and Promotion

  • Approaches to health education and promotion
  • Models of behaviour change
  • Planning and implementing a health campaign
  • Models of health
  • Diet and health
  • Media influence
  • Prevention
  • Theoretical perspectives
  • Evaluation and outcome measures

Module 6 : Research Methods

  • The nature of knowledge
  • Research related to practice
  • Reading research
  • Evaluating research
  • Conducting research
  • Research methods
  • Data analysis
  • Research ethics

Additional information

ABC Awards