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Oxfordian College is offering TQUK Level 3 Diploma in Adult Care. This qualification enhances the knowledge, skills, and competency of individuals employed or volunteering in various capacities within the health and social care sector. Successful assessment requires learners to be actively engaged in paid or voluntary work. The primary aim of the qualification is to underpin roles within the workplace and facilitate learners’ advancement to a more advanced qualification in the same field.

Successful learners can progress to other qualifications such as:
▪ Level 5 Diploma in Leadership and Management for Adult Care
▪ Lead Adult Care Apprenticeships.

In terms of employment opportunities, individuals holding the Level 3 Diploma ins Adult Care qualification from Oxfordian College may explore various career paths. Examples of such opportunities encompass roles like
Successful learners can apply for job roles such as:
▪ Care Worker/Support Worker: This qualification prepares you for direct care roles, assisting and supporting adults in various settings such as residential homes, day centers, or individuals’ homes.
▪ Senior Care Worker/Supervisor: With experience, you may progress to a more senior role where you supervise and coordinate the work of other care staff, ensuring the delivery of high-quality care services.
▪ Community Care Worker: You could work in community settings, providing care and support to adults in their own homes. This role often involves a focus on promoting independence and improving the quality of life for individuals.
▪ Activities Coordinator: Some settings, especially care homes, employ individuals to plan and organize activities for residents to enhance their physical and mental well-being. This role often involves creativity and a person-centered approach.
▪ Healthcare Assistant in Hospitals: Your qualification can be relevant for roles within hospitals, providing care and support to adult patients under the supervision of qualified healthcare professionals.
▪ Home Care Manager/Coordinator: With further experience and potentially additional qualifications, you could move into management or coordination roles within home care services, overseeing the delivery of care to individuals in their homes.
▪ Supported Living Worker: Some individuals prefer to work in supported living settings, assisting adults with disabilities or mental health conditions to live independently in the community.

Students studying the Level 3 Diploma in Adult Care will have to do the following mandatory units and choose from a range of optional units.
▪ Agreed Ways of Working in Care Settings
▪ Duty of Care in Care Settings
▪ Effective Communication in Care Settings
▪ Equality, Diversity, Inclusion and Human Rights in Care Settings
▪ Handling Information in Care Settings
▪ Health and Safety in Care Settings
▪ Importance of Choice and Independence in Care Settings
▪ Importance of Health and Wellbeing
▪ Infection Prevention and Control in Care Settings
▪ Mental Capacity and Restrictive Practice in Care Settings
▪ Person-Centred Practice in Care Settings
▪ Safeguarding in Care Settings
▪ The Importance of Continuous Development 3 24 3
▪ The Importance of Personal Wellbeing

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