Health & Social Care Roadshows 2015
If you are a health and social care training practitioner or responsible for the continuing professional development of staff come and join us to hear Professor Robert Winston and leading Health and Social Care training experts speak on ‘Quality care for quality lives’ at the CACHE Roadshows 2015.
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If you would like to work with children and young people in Health and Social Care settings in England, you would be advised to consider the Level 2 Certificate for the Children and Young People’s Workforce and the Level 3 Diploma for the Children and Young People’s Workforce.
For those in Wales and Northern Ireland there are specific Children and Young People Health and Social Care qualifications designed and approved for you.
Alternatively you might want to work with adults in a health or social care setting such as nursing homes, care homes, hospitals or in care in the community. You may also have a special interest in working with people who have dementia or learning disabilities. Both the Level 2 and Level 3 Diploma in Health and Social Care (Adults) for England consist of three distinct pathways that cover these areas.
For Wales and Northern Ireland the Level 2 and Level 3 Diploma in Health and Social Care (Adults) Wales & Northern Ireland have a specialised unit for those looking to work as social workers.
In addition you might be interested in acquiring shorter specialised qualifications in Paediatric First Aid, Assisting and Moving of Individuals, Prevention and Control of Infection and Food Safety and Nutrition. These are available in England, Wales & Northern Ireland and cover children and young people and adult settings.
So what type of jobs are available?
Our qualifications cover a wide range of job roles from assistants to managers, including:
• Care Assistants - working in residential or supporting living settings
• Senior Care Support Workers - working in domiciliary services
• Healthcare Support Workers - working in community and primary care environments
• Healthcare Assistants - working in acute health environments
• Care Home Managers
• Community-Based Senior Support Workers - including those working in specialist areas e.g. learning disabilities
The Skills for Care website will provide you with more detailed information about the sector.
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