|Course ID||Course Name|
|Short Course||Health and Social Care|
Common Induction Standards (CIS)
We consider this a very important course to undertake, therefore before any learner registers for Diploma Level 2/Level 3 Health and Social Care our Head of Career Development and Student Support will personally discuss with you, your knowledge and skills and offer guidance about completing Common Induction Standards.
What is Common Induction Standards?
Delivery of the course
Our Assessors offer the course tailored to the learner’s job role and their working environment.
How we assess?
Our Assessors record all the areas of work which the learner is competent to undertake in their job role.
When learners have completed the course, they are recognised as competent to carry out the assessed tasks in their working environment.
Learners who acquire good knowledge of the 8 standards gain good foundation for progressing to Level 2 and Level 3 of Diploma Health and Social Care (QCF)
What will I study?
|1||Role of the Health and Social Care Worker Good working relationships.Your responsibility in relation to the person you care for or support.How you work with others in relation to your job role?How you record and share information?What are the aims of the Company you work for and its value?||
|2||Personal DevelopmentWhat is your job role?Duties and responsibilities.How good are your transferable skills?||
|3||Communicate effectively How well do you communicate in your working environment?ConfidentialityBreakdown of communication||
|4||EQUALITY AND INCLUSIONUnderstanding of race, gender, disability, age, sexual orientation and religious beliefs. In your job role you should actively promote equality and inclusion within your work colleagues and those who you care for||
|DUTY OF CARE Is a legal obligation:1.You should not act in a way to cause harm or fail to act which could cause harm 2. Always act with your area of competence. 3. Act in the best interest with all those who you work with and care for A duty of care to the service users, your work colleagues, your employer, yourself and the public. Everyone has a duty of care – you cannot delegate or opt out of your duty of care. In your job role you should act in the best interests of the person you are caring for.You must have their consent, unless they are incapable of providing their consent.||
|6||PRINCIPLES OF SAFEGUARINGIN HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE This is about being able to clearly identify and understand abuse What are you required to do? What actions you should not take? What steps to take when the service user could be abusive?||
|7||PERSON CENTRED SUPPORT How do you value and respect the service user?Ask yourself how would you like to be treated?||
|8||HEALTH AND SAFETY IN A SOCIAL CARE SETTING Safety is paramount How do you keep yourself safe? How do you keep the service user safe?||
Duration of (CIS) course :
Certification: Learners who successfully complete the course will be awarded a Certificate recognising their achievements
Payment Plan available, Please discuss with Head of Career Development
We support all Learners to gain knowledge and skills to successfully complete this course and further development in the Health and Social Care Sector including mandatory training in: Moving and Handling, Food Hygiene, Health and Safety at Work, CPR and Adult Abuse Awareness. See below