Principles of End of Life Care

Distance Learning Level 3 Certificate

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Availability & Details

Principles of End of Life Care - Level 3 - Distance Learning Havant - Skills Network HD-EOLC3C-G(2123)000

Venue
Online

Type of study
Adult Learning, Online Learning, Part Time

Dates
01-Aug-2021 - 31-Jul-2023 (weeks)

Examination board
NCFE CACHE
Fees
Course Learning Loan £375.00
Course Full Fee £315.00
Exam Full Fee £60.00

Overview

This qualification will provide you with information on how to support a person’s familial, spiritual, social and emotional needs and will prepare you to confront issues of death and bereavement within your role.

Ideally you will have completed Level 2 End of Life Care or you will be able to demonstrate this level of ability. You should also hold a pass in GCSE or Functional Skills English at Level 2.

On this online course, you will study the following units:

  1. Understanding end of life care
  2. Communication during end of life care
  3. Assessment and care planning in end of life care
  4. Person-centred approaches to end of life care
  5. Care during the final hours of life and bereavement care

 Your learning material and assignments will be available to you through our distance learning platform.

You will be assessed through online assessments.

By completing this qualification you will have gained knowledge to support an application of employment to work in the Health Care sector as a Personal Care Assistant, a Senior Healthcare Assistant or a Palliative Care Assistant or you could progress to another distance learning course at HSDC.


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