An updated CACHE qualification replacing older versions of NVQ/QCF/RQF Health and Social Care Level 3
Ever helped a blind man across the road or an elderly woman carry her shopping to the car? Perhaps you’ve nursed a loved one back to health. Or maybe you’ve supported someone with disabilities so they can live a better-quality life and enjoy good health and well-being. That fuzzy feeling you get from supporting others is happiness you can’t get anywhere else. If you have an aptitude for helping people, why not enhance those skills in remarkable ways? Become a champion of health and social care with our Adult Care Diploma.
When you enrol on our Level 3 Diploma in Adult Care RQF, you’ll develop the necessary skills to care, treat and improve people’s lives in a variety of care settings. You’ll discover how to better communicate with people with disabilities, learn person-centred strategies, create a safe environment, as well as how to administer medication, prevent infection and manage pain and discomfort. In a nutshell, you’ll gain the ability to make a real difference to help those who need it most lead better-quality lifestyles.
The perfect qualification for naturally empathetic people – aka superheroes. Especially if you’re looking for a career in the healthcare sector in nursing homes, residential, domiciliary or day care services. But it’s also an ideal stepping stone to higher education, managerial or specialist qualifications that maximise your career prospects within health and social care.
To get the most out of your course, you’ll gain onsite experience in a workplace of your choice. We recommend using the time to learn all you can and become a champion of the care sector!
CACHE stands for the Council for Awards in Care, Health and Education, and are the leading specialist Awarding Organisation for the Care and Education Sector.
Glad to have been able to get this qualification on my CV from home.
I have worked in a caring environment for a long time and yet learnt so much from this course. Delighted I can add this to my CV now.