Programme Includes

  • The indicators for good physical and mental health
  • The main types of mental health
  • Legislations, policies and ways of working; duty of care, safeguarding
  • Signs of abuse
  • Promotion of health care and support
  • Working with multi-disciplinary teams
  • Person centred care, treatment and support
  • Lead Adult Care Worker

    Level 3 Apprenticeship

    Lead Adult Care Workers assist adults with care and support needs, helping them to achieve personal goals and live independently and safely as possible.

    They may have responsibility for providing supervision, frontline leadership, guidance and direction for others, or working autonomously, exercising judgement and accountability.

    This programme is ideal for individuals that provide healthcare support to adults in a range of settings. They will deliver high quality, compassionate care to every person whether they work in a person’s own home, residential or nursing home, or a clinical setting.

    Responsibilities may include: safeguarding and protection, health and safety in care settings, mentoring and developing staff, liaising with other professionals to support individuals, effective communication through written and verbal means and the development and continuity of care planning.

    Typical Roles Include:

    Current roles could include: Lead Adult Carer, Lead Personal Assistant, Rehabilitation worker, Key Worker, Domiciliary Care Worker, Senior Care Assistant, Support Worker, Complementary Therapist