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NCFE CACHE Level 3 Extended Diploma in Health and Social Care (601/6110/3

NCFE CACHE Level 3 Extended Diploma In Health And Social Care

NCFE CACHE (601/6110/3) Level 3 Extended Diploma in Health and Social Care is thoughtfully tailored to cater to diverse learners, facilitating smooth transitions into higher education or providing a stepping stone into various rewarding careers within the health and social care field.

  • Duration of the course: 24 months (2 years)
  • Awarding Body: NCFE CACHE
  • Start Date: Feb 2024
  • Mode of Delivery: Online
  • Enrolment Fee: £299.00
  • Tuition Fee: £1500.00

PAYMENT OPTIONS

 Initial DepositInstalmentsNet Payable

One-off Payment

£299

£1201

£1201

2 Instalments

£299

£600.50 x 2

£1201

Monthly Instalments

£299

£120.10 x 10

£1201

Tuition fees can be paid by one of the following methods: Credit or Debit Card, Bank Transfer.

Money back is guaranteed within 14 days from the commencement of the course if you’re not satisfied with your course experience.

COURSE DESCRIPTION

This qualification equips learners with the essential standards of the Care Certificate, fostering proficiency in delivering high-quality care and support. Successful completion of this certification offers a direct pathway for further education. (This qualification has been assigned UCAS points, for the most up-to-date information, please visit the UCAS website).
Moreover, qualification imparts invaluable knowledge, understanding, and skills crucial to the health and social care sector. It serves as a stepping stone for those aspiring to pursue Higher Education or thrive in the workplace.

COURSE REQUIREMENTS AND SUITABILITY

This qualification is well-suited for learners aspiring to advance into further education or enter the workforce.

In order to be accepted onto the course you must have:

  • English and Maths qualification at GCSE grade A*-C and/or 9-4 or equivalent (level 2)
  • Learners will be required to have work placement for minimum of 100 hours and another 75 hours completed during the Certificate (minimum of 175 hours in total).
  • Learners will need to complete 14 mandatory units and 4 optional units to complete this qualification.

QUALIFICATION DELIVERY

The qualification is delivered via online learning, through a range of different methods such as live online classes and interactive webinars, which are supported with expert learning resources and an e-portfolio. Each student is assigned a personal assessor from our highly experienced faculty. Along with dedicated tutors, assessors and IQAs, our classes also give students the opportunity to discuss their studies with other learners whilst receiving advice, guidance, and support from an experienced professional. This qualification is within the standards of Care Certificate and National Occupational Standards.

COURSE CONTENT

This level 3 qualification is comprised of the following mandatory units:

Unit Ref.Unit Title
K/507/1406Equality, Diversity and Rights in Health and Social Care
M/507/1407Human Growth and Development
T/507/1408Safeguarding  in Health and Social Care
J/507/1431Communication in Health and Social Care
L/507/1432Infection Prevention and Control in Health and Social Care
R/507/1433Psychological Perspectives in Health and Social Care
Y/507/1434Sociological Perspectives in Health and Social Care
D/507/1435Working in Health and Social Care
H/507/1436Reflective Practice
K/507/1437Empowerment in Health and Social Care
M/507/1438Protection of Children, Young People and Adults in Health and Social Care
T/507/1439Anatomy and Physiology for Health and Social Care
K/507/1440Research Skills for Health and Social Care
M/507/1441Personal and Professional Development
HSC/CEACertificate Extended Assessment
HSC/EDEAExtended Diploma Extended Assessment
HSC/CPHCertificate 75 Placement Hours
HSC/EDPHExtended Diploma 100 Placement Hours

Optional units:

Unit Ref

Unit Title

D/507/1483

Behaviour Change in Health and Social Care

H/507/1484

Biochemistry for Health

K/507/1485

Community Care Provision

M/507/1486

Complementary Therapies and Alternative Medicine for Health and Social Care

T/507/1487

Dementia Awareness

F/507/1508

End of Life Care

J/507/1509

Genetics in Health and Social Care

F/507/1511

Health Education

J/507/1512

Health Psychology

L/507/1513

Mental Health and Well-Being

R/507/1514

Microbiology for Health

Y/507/1515

Nutrition for Health and Social Care

D/507/1516

Physiology of Coordination

K/507/1518

Public Health for Health and Social Care

M/507/1519

Science of Nutrition

H/507/1520

Social Policy

K/507/1521

The Role of Play for Children and Young People

T/507/1490

Advocacy in Health and Social Care

F/507/1489

Epidemiology for Health and Social Care

A/507/1491

Ethics in Health and Social Care

F/507/1492

Family Issues in Health and Social Care

J/507/1493

Learning Disability

L/507/1494

Medication in Health and Social Care

R/507/1495

Models and Systems of Health Care

Y/507/1496

Partnership Working in Health and Social Care

D/507/1497

Pharmacology

H/507/1498

Physiology of Ageing

K/507/1499

Promoting Positive Behaviour

R/507/1500

Sociology of Health and Illness

D/507/1502

Support Care Within Fostering and Adoption Services

H/507/1503

Technology in Health and Social Care

K/507/1504

Voluntary Organisations

 

ASSESSMENT OPPORTUNITIES

All units will be internally assessed in line with the Level 3 Extended Diploma in Health and Social Care Assessment Strategy and Principles using a range of methods. This could include direct observation within the workplace, portfolio of evidence, written assignments, extended assessment or a tasks set by NCFE.
Certain learning outcomes within this qualification will require assessment in a Real Work Environment. Unless explicitly mentioned in the qualification specification, all learners pursuing this qualification must be assessed in English, and any evidence presented for external quality assurance must also be in English

PROGRESSION OPPORTUNITIES

Upon completion of the NCFE CACHE Level 3 Extended Diploma in Health and Social Care, students can progress into higher education or wide range of job roles within the health and social care sector, including:

  • Community based support workers
  • Healthcare assistants in primary care, community and acute health environments
  • Care support workers in day services, domiciliary services, supported living, adult residential settings, etc.

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