Health and Social Care Training for Employers

Why choose this qualification for your employees?

Tempest Management Training have been successfully delivering training and qualifications in Health and Social Care since 2004. We have a dedicated Team of experienced Assessors who will train, mentor, coach and assess your employees in their work environment so we are confident that we can deliver training to the highest standards to benefit you and your employees in your organisation.

We deliver nationally recognised qualifications that are work based and assess the skills and knowledge carers need to perform their job roles effectively. As employers, you will gain heaps of benefits from your employees gaining a qualification in Health and Social Care.

We supply workbooks with all our courses that your staff can retain for future reference, training also includes group activities followed up with coaching and mentoring in the workplace.

Health and Social Care Qualifications are suitable for:

employees working in residential settings, acute health environments, the community, primary care environments, domiciliary services, day services and supported living projects.

They could be working as a:

  • Care Assistant
  • Managers/Team Leaders & Supervisors
  • Key Worker
  • Healthcare Assistant
  • Support Worker

Benefits for your organisation:

  • Qualified Employees
  • Training tailored to your organisation
  • Confident and knowledgeable staff
  • Practical and relevant experience and education for your employees
  • Retain and up skill current staff

What Health and Social Care Apprenticeships are available at Tempest Management Training?

Level 2

Private (Non Apprenticeship) in Health & Social Care

The Level 2 Diploma in Health and Social Care is essential for people new to the care sector or existing employees looking to progress and develop their knowledge in the workplace.

What should your employees expect from this Qualification?

With a minimum of 46 Credits to pass learners must take the mandatory units which equal to 24 credits, we will support and guide you to select units relevant to your duties in your job role to make up the remaining credits. There are three different pathways you can take on this course; the generic pathway, the dementia pathway & the adults with learning disabilities pathway.

Mandatory Units:

  • Intro to Communication
  • Intro to Personal Development
  • Intro to Equality & Inclusion
  • Intro to Duty of Care
  • Principles of Safe Guarding
  • The Role of the Worker
  • Implementing Person Centred Approaches
  • Contributing to Health & Safety – Handling Information

Level 3

Private (Non Apprenticeship) Health & Social Care

The Level 3 Diploma require learners to take more responsibility in their role – Learners need to demonstrate working on their own initiative, planning and organising their own work, supporting others and taking responsibility for their Continual Professional Development.

What should your employees expect from this Qualification?

With a minimum of 58 Credits to pass, learners must take the mandatory units which equal to 28 credits, we then will support and advise you to select units relevant to your duties at work to make up the remaining credits. There are three different pathways you can take on this course; the generic pathway, the dementia pathway & the adults with learning disabilities pathway.

Mandatory Units

  • Promoting Communication
  • Engaging in Personal Development
  • Promoting Equality & Inclusion
  • Principles for Implementing Duty
  • Principles of Safe Guarding
  • The Role of the Worker
  • Implementing Health & Safety
  • Good Practice in Handling Information
  • Principles of Implementing Duty of Care

Level 5

Private (Non Apprenticeship) Diploma in Leadership for Health & Social Care

Build both your managerial and care skills with the Level 5 Diploma in Leadership for Health and Social Care and Children and Young People’s Services.

What should your employees expect from this Qualification?

With a minimum of 90 credits for the diploma, Learners must achieve 63 credits from the mandatory units then a further 27 credits from optional units. The three pathways for this diploma; adult’s residential management, adult’s management & advanced practice.

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 and procedures
  • Develop and implement safeguarding procedures
  • Lead and manage a team within a health and social care setting
  • Undertake a Research Project

What is the difference between Apprenticeship and Non Apprenticeship for Employers?

An Apprenticeship requires the learner to undertake their Functional skills Maths and/or English exam alongside the Health and Social Care Apprenticeship whereas a Non Apprenticeship does not.

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