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Approach Training Safely work with you and your team to change practice and behaviour, alter perceptions of job roles and responsibilities.

You will see reductions in complaints and accidents and improvements in both service delivery and compliance reports. These are the benchmarks for measuring your performance, positively developing your company’s reputation for excellence and improving business growth.

Managers and professionals who work with us are happy to talk with you personally to let you know how we support them in achieving their targets. Or you can read feedback and testimonials from clients and candidates and decide for yourself if we deliver the goods.

Our services range from free Dementia Friends information sessions and awareness sessions for unpaid carers (as carers ourselves, we like to pay it forward), to specialist development programmes up to Level 5 in Health and Social Care.

 

We work with you to develop the most cost effective provision to meet your needs, using blended learning approaches and support from our tutors and assessors.

We are also happy to provide monitoring visits to ensure that candidates are putting their new skills and knowledge into practice.

Our open courses are delivered at our training suite in Hartlepool, with plenty of free parking, complimentary beverages and facilities designed for ease of access for all. We can also provide training delivery at your own venue by arrangement.

We offer Stand alone Units which are available via the NMDS (funding source) please see below some of the units we can offer;

  • A/601/6274 Principles of supporting individuals with a learning disability regarding sexuality and sexual health (3 Credits L3)
  • J/601/1434 Promote communication in health, social care or children’s and young people’s settings (3 Credits L3)
  • T/601/5317 Understand how to support individuals with autistic spectrum conditions (3 Credits L3)
  • K/601/5315 Understand the context of support individuals with learning disabilities (2 Credits L3)

Short courses are available to increase knowledge and understanding of medication management.

  • Y/506/3799 Understand the requirements for the safe administration of medication (5 credits L2)
  • F/601/4056 Support use of medication in social care settings
  • Y/501/0598 Administer medication to individuals and monitor the effects (5 credits)

HABC Level 2 Award in Moving People Safely (QCF)

Qualification Details

The HABC Level 2 Award in Moving People Safely (QCF) is intended as a further development qualification for those working in areas where the assistance and movement of people is a prerequisite part of their role.

This qualification is underpinned by the safe principles of moving and handling but recognises the special skills required when assisting and moving people. The qualification is suitable for new starters in organisations where the movement and assistance of people is a key role as well as being suitable for refresher training.

HABC Level 2 and 3 Certificate in Preparing to Work in Adult Social Care (QCF)

Qualification Details

This qualification is aimed at those working in adult social care in England and aims to introduce knowledge around areas relating to adult social care. These areas include:

  • Communication
  • Equality, diversity and inclusion
  • Personal development
  • Role of the social care worker
  • Handling information
  • Health and safety
  • Safeguarding
  • Duty of care

HABC Level 2 Diploma in Health and Social Care (Adults) for England (QCF)

Qualification Overview

This qualification confirms competence for roles such as:

  • Care assistants and support workers in residential settings, domiciliary services, or day services
  • Healthcare assistants and support workers in community and primary care environments
  • Support workers in supported living projects
  • Community-based care assistants/ support workers/key workers, including those working in specialist 
areas e.g. dementia, learning disabilities

HABC Level 3 Diploma in Health and Social Care (Adults) for England (QCF)

Qualification Overview

This qualification confirms competence for roles such as:

  • Senior care assistants and support workers in residential settings, domiciliary services, or day services
  • Senior healthcare assistants and support workers in community and primary care environments
  • Senior support workers in supported living projects
  • Community-based care assistants/ support workers/key workers, including those working in specialist 
areas e.g. dementia, learning disabilities

HABC Level 4 Diploma in Adult Care (England) (QCF)

Qualification Overview

The objective of the qualification is to prepare learners to progress into further/higher level training and/or support a role in the workplace, confirming occupational competence such as:

  • Community Care/Support Officers
  • Social Care Assessors
  • Care Assessment Officers
  • Community Care Assessment officers
  • Social Services Officers
  • Social Care Assistants
  • Social Work Assistants
  • Brokerage workers
  • Rehabilitation and Re-ablement Assistants
  • Independence Support Assistants
  • Re-ablement Support Workers/Officers
  • Telecare Assistants
  • Assistive Technology Co-ordinator/officers

The qualification provides learners with the knowledge, understanding and skills to perform in higher-level roles within the adult care sector.

HABC Level 5 Diploma in Leadership for Health and Social Care and Children and Young People’s Services (England) (QCF) (90 Credits)

Qualification Overview

This regulated qualification contains five pathways. Learners must select one of these pathways dependent on their role and the type of care provision they work in:

Children and Young People’s Management;

Children and Young People’s Advanced Practice;

Adults’ Residential Management;

  • Adults’ Management; and
  • Adults’ Advanced Practice.

All learners will develop their knowledge and skills by undertaking the following mandatory units:

  • Use and develop systems that promote communication;
  • Promote professional development;
  • Champion equality, diversity and inclusion;
  • Develop health and safety and risk management policies, procedures and practices in health and social care or children and young people’s settings;
  • Work in partnership in health and social care or children and you people’s settings.
  • Undertake a research project within services for health and social care on children and young people.

Dependent on the pathway selected, learners will develop their expertise through further mandatory units for each pathway along with optional units that are chosen specifically for their role and responsibilities as a manager.

HABC Level 5 Diploma in Leadership and Management for Residential Childcare (England) (QCF)

Qualification overview

This qualification is designed for managers of residential childcare settings. This qualification will be the required qualification for managers of residential childcare settings from 5 January 2015. Those starting work as residential childcare managers from 5 January 2015, without an equivalent qualification, are expected to take this qualification. This qualification will replace the HABC Level 5 Diploma in Leadership for Health and Social Care and Children and Young People’s Services (England) (QCF) (Children and Young People’s Residential Management pathway) as the required qualification for residential childcare managers.

This is a combined knowledge and competency qualification and must be undertaken by individuals who are working, volunteering or on practical placement as managers within the residential childcare sector. Learners undertaking this qualification will be managing services for children and young people from birth to 25 years of age. This extended age range takes into account the entitlements for children and young people with complex disabilities and conditions.

This qualification includes mandatory core knowledge relating to the development of children and young people, and understanding the provision of support for children and young people who are vulnerable and disadvantaged. It also includes mandatory core skills relating to leading and managing a team, safeguarding and protecting children and young people, communication and information management, managing risk, leading and managing group living and leading a service to support children and young people who have experienced harm or abuse. This qualification includes a range of additional mandatory units relating to achieving outcomes and professional practice.

HABC Level 3 Diploma for Residential Childcare (England) (QCF)

Qualification overview

This qualification is designed for residential childcare workers working within children and young people’s residential childcare services. This qualification will be the required qualification for residential childcare workers from 5 January 2015. Those starting work as a residential childcare worker from 5 January 2015, without an equivalent qualification, are expected to take this qualification.

This is a combined knowledge and competency qualification and must be undertaken by individuals who are working, volunteering or on practical placement within the residential childcare sector. Learners undertaking this qualification will be working with children and young people from birth to 25 years of age. This extended age range takes into account the entitlements for children and young people with complex disabilities and conditions.

This qualification includes mandatory core knowledge relating to the development of children and young people, safeguarding and protection, and supporting children and young people who have experienced harm or abuse. It also includes mandatory core skills relating to the use of effective communication and information handling, risk management, assessment and planning in addition to supporting group living. This qualification includes a range of additional mandatory units relating to achieving outcomes and professional practice.

Other courses available include:

Food hygiene

Infection Control

Health conditions e.g. stroke, epilepsy

First Aid

Paediatric First Aid

Care planning

Communication

Person Centred Care

Fire safety

Health & Safety in the work place

COSHH Risk assessment

Fire Risk assessment

General Risk Assessment

NEBOSH L2 Health and Safety at Work

 

If you don’t see what you’re looking for and for more information, please contact Sharon on 01429 892069 or email info@approachtrainingsafely.co.uk and we will be happy to help.

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