Adult Care Worker Apprenticeship – Level 2

Course Code: IIS119
Course Duration
13 months
Course Type
Haybridge Road, Telford
Course Level
About the course

Learn how to complete written records and reports, to support service users during their daily lives, and to support preferences, needs, equality & diversity and ensure service users are safeguarded. The Level 2 Diploma in Care is an occupational qualification for learners who work in Health and Care Settings in England. The qualification provides the knowledge and skills for workers who have roles with responsibilities for delivery of care.

Learn how to use equipment such as moving and handling equipment, learn about personal protective equipment and how to wear and dispose of this.

Learn how to support service user with their fluid and nutrition and how to engage in activities. Complete the diploma element of the apprenticeship.

• A minimum of GCSEs at grades 4 – 9 (GCSE C or above)
• English and Maths
• Be able to work more than 30 hours per week
• To sit an assessment for English, Math and Free Writing
• Attend college/workplace for enrolment

Apprentices will be supported by 1-2-1 support from their assessor in their workplace or at Telford College. Telford College works with the employer and the apprentice to create a specific development plan to meet the apprenticeship standards which the apprentice is expected to work towards.

Whilst working to the plan in the workplace the apprentice will track the journey mapping to the require standards showing valuable knowledge, skills and practical experience gained. Alongside an off the job record highlighting all the learning that has taken place (a min of 20% of the duration of the apprenticeship). The apprentice will be expected to use an electronic platform where their evidence can be stored, this is called Smart Assessor and endorsed by Telford College as the format for apprenticeship working.

Apprentices are supported by a Health & Social Care assessor who will conduct assessment in the workplace (observation of demonstrated practice) and with regular reviews between the employer, tutor, and apprentice to discuss progress and achievements. Apprentices are expected to produce evidence set by their Assessor.

When the apprenticeship standard, off the job training hours and care certificate has been completed apprentices move to gateway. This is where the apprentice will sit a knowledge exam and after this has been achieved, a video discussion will take place with an end point assessor.

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