What does the qualification cover?
This qualification provides the opportunity to develop an understanding of different perspectives of death and dying, and the impact it has on individuals. It covers the aims and principles of end of life care, communication factors and how to access a range of support services in end of life care.
Who is it suitable for?
This qualification is suitable for a wide range of workers and prospective workers within the health and social care sector and are looking to develop their knowledge in this area. This could include workers in hospices, care homes, care in the community and primary care.
As a taster qualification it can also be used as CPD across all levels. This makes it ideal for anyone who may need an understanding of this subject even though they are not directly involved in the care of individuals.
What are the entry requirements?
There are no specific recommended prior learning requirements
How many credits are required to complete it?
To achieve this qualification, you must achieve 3 credits from 1 mandatory unit.
How is it assessed?
It will be assessed by your Skills Coach using a range of methods. This could include compiling a portfolio of evidence, a task set by us or by an assignment.
Do you need to be working to take this qualification?
No, as it is a knowledge only qualification.
How long does it take to complete?
You can usually complete it in 3 months or less
Funding for our qualifications
Find out more about funding for this and other qualifications, click on the link to the Workforce Development.
Please contact a member of our team on, 01244 344 322, firstname.lastname@example.org or call into Richmond Training Office, Suite 4, The Technology Centre, Inward Way, Ellesmere Port, CH65 3EN
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