This e-learning course has been designed to promote a person-centred approach to how learners should work and ensure that the person being supported has as much control as possible over the way they live and the care/support they receive.
A CPD Certified Online Course
This online course has reached the required Continuing Professional Development (CPD) standards and benchmarks, and the learning values have been scrutinised to ensure integrity and quality by the CPD Certification Service.
Skills for Care Centre of Excellence for e-Learning
This online course is from a Skills for Care Centre of Excellence for e-Learning. Skills for Care is the employer-led strategic body for workforce development in social care for adults in England. Their Centre of Excellence award is for ‘exemplary practice going above and beyond, constantly evolving to meet the needs of adult social care and being innovative in the delivery to ensure the needs of the learners are met’.
Course Structure and Functionality
This e-learning course has been designed in a non-linear and modular fashion which means you may complete the units in any order you wish.
You progress will be tracked so don’t worry if you have to dip in and out. There will be a knowledge check at the end which will become available once you have completed all of the prescribed units.
The course also contains the following content functionality to help the learner become immersed and to reinforce their learning:
- Drag and drop words – to complete sentences.
- Drag and drop reordering – reorder the following steps according to said policy.
- An assorted array of “custom pages” i.e. scene exploration and “gamified” scenarios.
In addition to this the side panel of the course contains information that is always at hand for the user:
- A help menu
- Notes – this is where the user can make notes during the course and can then download them
- Legal information
- A glossary
- Specific course information
- understand what person-centred support is and why it is central to decision making and planning in the care of an individual
- recognising the importance of choice and consent for the person receiving care
- understand the legislation and regulations surrounding person-centred support including the Care Act
- understanding and recognising what person-centred values are
- understand the ways in how to put person-centred support into practice
- understand what a person-centred support plan looks like, the process and how to implement
- understand and recognise the different approaches to person-centred support
- recognise and understand what risk enablement is and how these factors within person-centred support
- understand and be able to identify tools that can be used within person-centred support
- understand the importance they have in making personalisation happen
There are no entry requirements.
Course assessment and certification
The candidate must pass the final assessment to receive a certificate. However, if failed the course content can be revisited and the final assessment re-attempted until the expiry of the licence.
On successful completion of the final assessment a downloadable certificate is immediately available from your Online Training Academy Dashboard.