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Having staff trained to the Level 3 Diploma in Adult Care helps meet CQC staff training requirements whilst bringing longer-term benefits to your care home.By supporting your staff with Level 3 training, you are putting in place the foundations needed for them to progress to the Level 5 Diploma - ensuring your care home has vital managerial cover. 

How much does it cost? 

As a Government-approved training center, Access Training has been awarded funding to deliver the new 'free courses for jobs'. They recognise that there is a worrying shortage of trained staff in the care sector so have taken the decision to allocate their funding specifically in this area. It means the training can be delivered at no cost to you. 

Who's eligible? 

Staff memebers that are 19 or over and do not already have a level 3 qualification 
 
Staff memebers who already have a level 3 qualification or higher but earn below the National Living Wage annually (£18,525 from April 2022). 

Whats involved? 

The training covers the following mandatory units: 
 
Safeguarding and protection in care settings 
Responsibilities of a care worker 
Promoting personal development in care settings 
Promoting health, safety and wellbeing in care settings 
Promoting communication in care settings 
Promoting effective handling of information in care settings 
Duty of care in care settings 
Promoting equality and inclusion in care settings 
Promoting person-centred approaches in care settings 
Optional units: 
 
Optional units are agreed by you and your staff member, and according to job role. 
How long before a staff member is qualified? 
 
The training takes place over a period of 12-15 months and involves monthly learning sessions. Unlike an apprenticeship, there is no minimum off-the-job training nor any requirement to complete separate maths and English qualifications. 

Get in contact 

Their Business Relationship Managers can be reached on: 
Tel: 0330 002 6266 
Email: info@atem.co.uk 
Website: www.atem.co.uk 
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