TQUK Dignity and Safeguarding in Adult Health and Social Care Level 2 - Online Study

Online/Distance Learning

About the course

Distance learning courses enable you to boost your career with a nationally recognised qualification even if you don’t have the time to attend training sessions. You will work your way through the qualification submitting work every 2 weeks, achieving within approximately three months.

Our Dignity and Safeguarding Level 2 course aims to provide you with a thorough understanding of the importance of dignity and safeguarding, and is valuable to those working in, or looking to work in, the health and social care sector.

The course is split into four manageable units:

  • Understanding safeguarding in adult health and social care

  • In this unit you will learn about the national and local responsibilities in safeguarding and protection from abuse. You will study how to effectively recognise abuse and harm, as well as respond to possible cases of abuse or harm occurring within a health and social care environment.

  • Principles of dignity in adult health and social care practice

  • Within this unit you will focus on dignity, self-worth and well-being and how these can be promoted through health and social care practice. You will also consider how the individual patient is impacted by health and social care services and how principles of dignity can be applied – this section will further your understanding of how safeguarding can improve a person’s situation dramatically.

  • Understand duty of care in adult health and social care

  • In this unit you will explore the meaning of duty of care, along with how it influences health and social care practice. You will develop knowledge of dilemmas and conflicts relating to duty of care and the wide range of support advice available for resolving such instances.

  • Understand dilemmas and public concerns in adult health and social care

  • Within this unit you will develop an understanding of the various dilemmas that can occur in adult health and social care, including ways of recognising dilemmas, how best to resolve them and the support available in doing so.

This course is studied purely online and is ideal for those who are happy to work independently using our fully supported online learning platform.

For those local to Swindon, are returning to learning and would prefer to receive one-to-one support from a tutor, we offer a workbook option. If you would prefer this option, please click HERE

Entry requirements

  • The course is fully funded by the Government and to qualify, you must be aged 19 at the start of the academic year, have been resident in England for the last three years and be a UK citizen.
  • Learners must have a Level 2 English qualification.
  • Learners who are aged 19-23 must already have a full Level 2 qualification (5 GCSEs 4 and above OR A*-C, 2 AS Levels, 1 A-Level, Diploma Level 2, NVQ Level 2).
  • Distance Learning isn’t for everyone. If at your enrolment we feel that this mode of study may not be quite right for you, we will help you to find the one that is.

Where next?

  • You could complete one of our other Health and Social Care programmes (e.g. Awareness of Mental Health Problems or Prevention and Control of Infection)

Employability?

  • Employment within a Health and Social Care environment.

What additional resources will I need?

You will need access to a PC or a Mac and Broadband WiFi. You will not be able to complete this course using a mobile phone.

Fees information

  • Free

  • However, if you do not complete your course, you will be charged £135 to cover administration and learning material costs.

  • For further career guidance, the National Careers Service provides information, advice and guidance to help you make decisions on learning, training and work opportunities. This service offers confidential and impartial advice and is supported by qualified careers advisers. https://nationalcareersservice.direct.gov.uk/Pages/Home.aspx

Contact

Please contact the Fast Forward Team on 01793 209691 or info@fastforward.newcollege.ac.uk