Case Study - Adults

Case Study: The Meath Care Epilepsy Trust and

Abbey Chase Nursing Home

 

Period of Contract: From 2007 Ongoing

Brief description:    

  • Delivery of Health & Social Care Diploma Level 2 & 3
  • TAQA Qualification

Context

Through business development processes Health and Social Care qualifications, via City and Guilds, were offered by TLE, and accepted by both the above businesses. 

Target Audience

The Level 2 qualification was aimed at Health Care Support workers or assistants, whilst the level 3 qualification satisfied the needs of shift leaders and Deputy Managers for example.

The level 2 qualification is the most popular and covers how carers, against prescribed standards, should more effectively care for their clients, including, washing and dressing, feeding, communicating and socialising and focussing on person centred care.

Positive Impact 

Staff in Care homes feel more confident and competent to practice as identified in feedback given by learners. Their certifications show they are now able to demonstrate a level of expertise, using a person centred approach that directly leads to enhanced patient care and more effective management of risk.

 

Case Study: Surrey County Council

Period of Contract: From 2015 Ongoing

Brief description:

  • Delivery of Health & Social Care Diploma Level 2,3 & 5 

Context

As a preferred supplier for Surrey County Council we were able to bid for the opportunity to deliver the above qualification

Target Audience

The Level 2 qualification was aimed at Health Care Support workers or assistants, this level 3 qualification satisfied the needs of shift leaders and Deputy Managers for example. The Level 5 Qualification is aimed at Manager level only.

The level 2 qualification is the most popular and covers how carers, against prescribed standards, should more effectively care for their clients, including, washing and dressing, feeding, communicating and socialising and focussing on person centred care.

Positive Impact

Staff in Care homes feel more confident and competent to practice as identified in feedback given by learners. Their certifications show they are now able to demonstrate a level of expertise, using a person centred approach that directly leads to enhanced patient care and more effective management of risk.

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