Compassion and Dignity in Care
Learn all about compassion in care, and the protection and promotion of dignity.
Why take this course?
This online course aims to help carers to ensure that they carry out everyday tasks compassionately and in ways that protect and promote the dignity of the people they support. The online materials include case studies, quizzes and activities to help reinforce learning as students work through each topic. In addition, learners will receive access to factsheets, useful links and an online assessment to check their learning on completion of the course.
What you will experience
This course is split into manageable units. Studying via distance learning means you can choose when and where you study. Access to the course is provided online.
This course will require you to manage your workload independently, without tutor support.
What you will need
As this course is provided online, students will require access to IT equipment and internet access to allow them to complete the course.
What you need to know
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|1 August 2017||9 Hours||£40.00||
|Paper applications only|
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