Raising Standards, Building Careers

Our learners are important. They look after people of all ages and from all walks of life. That’s why we make every effort to support them.

 

We want you to be able to develop your career and focus on the areas of care that particularly interest you. The work you do improves lives, and we want to help you do it as well as possible.

Our qualifications are comprehensive yet practical and easy to understand. Taking the right qualification will be a fantastic experience and one of the best ways to build a professional career in care and education.

Choosing the Right Level of Qualification for you.

Whether you are just starting out or already qualified and thinking about developing your career, we will have a qualification at a Level to suit you.

Entry Level and Level 1

These qualifications are great if you want to learn more about care. Although they don’t qualify you to work, they do help you understand what this might be like. They are also a great stepping stone to the next Level of qualifications.

Level 2

These qualifications are suitable if you are working or will be working under supervision. They will either qualify you to work or complement a wider programme of training, such as apprenticeships.

Level 3

These qualifications are suitable if you are working or will be working unsupervised. They will either qualify you to work or complement a wider programme of training, such as apprenticeships.

There are also a wide range of professional development qualifications (CPD) at this Level, to support professional practice and enhance career development.

Levels 4 and 5

These qualifications are suitable for experienced workers who manage or take a lead role in a care setting, or work role.

At Level 4 you would ideally be specialist in your chosen area, looking to develop complementary skills.

At Level 5 you are likely to have management or leadership experience at this point.

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