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Pages: 968 pages;
Size: 20 Mb;
Release Date: December 24, 2018;
Publisher: Hodder Education;
Written by: Maria Ferreiro Peteiro;
This textbook covers all nine mandatory units for the City & Guilds Level 3 Diploma in Adult Care.
The book refers to Lead Adult Care Workers, and Lead Personal Assistants - this is meant to include those who are not currently in this role, but are working to become leaders. It is therefore for leaders and potential leaders.
The Level 3 Diploma in Adult Care is for learners who work in adult care settings. The qualification is suitable for those workers who have senior responsibilities for the delivery of care and support and/or for supervising the work of others. For example, you may be working as, or working to become, a Lead Adult Care Worker, Lead Personal Assistant, Key Worker, Domiciliary Care Worker, Senior care Assistant or Support Worker.
This book contains all nine mandatory units that you will need to complete for the City & Guilds Level 3 Diploma in Adult Care.
The mandatory units cover safeguarding and protection, your responsibilities as a care worker, communication, the duty of care you have to those you support, how you must handle information, your personal development, equality and inclusion, health, safety and well-being and person-centred approaches
which are so key to ensuring the individual is at the centre of the support you provide.
About the author and Acknowledgements
How to use this book
201 Safeguarding and protection in care settings
202 Responsibilities of a care worker
301 Promote personal development in care settings
302 Promote health, safety and well-being in care settings
303 Promote communication in care settings
304 Promote effective handling of information in care settings
305 Duty of care in care settings
306 Promote equality and inclusion in care settings
307 Promote person-centred approaches in care settings