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Author: Maria Ferreiro Peteiro
Publisher: City & Guilds
This book comprehensively addresses all 15 obligatory modules necessary for obtaining the City & Guilds Level 3 Diploma in Adult Care. Geared towards individuals employed in adult care environments, the qualification is designed for those with managerial duties related to caregiving and support, as well as overseeing the tasks of others. This includes roles like Lead Adult Care Worker, Lead Personal Assistant, Key Worker, Domiciliary Care Worker, Senior Care Assistant, or Support Worker.
Contained within are the essential fifteen units vital for completing the City & Guilds Level 3 Diploma in Adult Care. These units encompass diverse aspects of adult care work, such as understanding responsibilities in adult care, ensuring safeguarding and protection, managing mental capacity and restrictive practices, upholding the duty of care to those being assisted, effective communication, appropriate handling of information, implementing person-centered practices, promoting choice and independence, supporting individuals with health and well-being, embracing equality, diversity, inclusion, and human rights, ensuring health and safety, practicing infection prevention and control, engaging in continuous development, and understanding personal well-being.
This resource caters not only to existing Lead Adult Care Workers and Lead Personal Assistants but also to individuals aspiring to these leadership roles. Therefore, it is tailored for both current and potential leaders in the field of adult care.
To obtain the Level 3 Diploma in Adult Care, you must compile a portfolio of evidence that meets the assessment criteria for each unit, including both mandatory and optional components. City & Guilds recommends conducting the majority of assessments in real workplace conditions to gauge competency effectively. This portfolio should demonstrate your knowledge, skills, and behaviors and can be in the form of a physical paper-based file or a digital e-portfolio. It may include personal statements, reflective accounts, records of discussions, witness testimonies, assignments, and work products, among other relevant materials, as further discussed below.
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