Level 3 Diploma in Health - Clinical Healthcare Support

Part Time Course Code: MXEL208
Course Length 12 months  
Venue Workplace  
Day / Time Flexible  
Start Date Flexible  

Entry Requirements

The minimum entry age is 19 for this course. There are no formal entry criteria. Interview in workplace required to ascertain candidate's job role. Candidates must be working in a healthcare setting eg ward or community based.

 

Aged 19 to 23 - You may be eligible for full fee remission, meaning there is nothing for you to pay. Contact us to find out if this applies to you. If you have to pay, you can spread the cost by paying in instalments.

Aged 24 or over - Nothing to pay now - you do not have to make any upfront payment, your fees can be paid for through a government loan. These loans are available to everyone regardless of your income or savings. All you need to do is complete a form which we can help you with. Repayment of the loan only starts when you earn £1,750 or more per month (£21,000 per year) when an affordable amount will be deducted directly from your salary. 

Contact our One Stop Shop 01256 306484 for further details or go to direct.gov.uk/advancedlearning loans

Description

This course replaces the NVQ Level 3 Health Award, it provides evidence of competence in delivering care within a range of ward and community based settings.

Course Content

Choose one pathway based on current job role from either: Clinical Healthcare Support. Candidates need to achieve 65 credits to complete the course. Candidate will be allocated an assessor who visits the work setting every 3 weeks. Candidates need to work through 12 mandatory units plus optional knowledge units and competency units.

Twelve mandatory units:

  • Engage in personal development
  • Promote communication
  • Promote equality and inclusion
  • Promote and implement health and safety
  • Principles of safeguarding
  • Promote person centred approaches
  • The role of the health and social care worker
  • Promote good practice in handling information
  • The principles of infection prevention and control
  • Causes and spread of infection
  • Cleaning, decontamination and wasted management
  • Principles for implementing duty of care

Method of Assessment

Written work, observation of work in the setting to demonstrate competence and professional discussion with tutorials in the work setting.

Progression

Foundation degree.

Contact Details

BCoT for Business: business@bcot.ac.uk Tel: 01256 306237

Equipment

All course materials will be provided.

Tuition fees - payable per year (19-23 only)Registration fees (19-23)Exam FeesEquipment Charge
On application - - -

Fees for learners (24 years and above) - please contact the Student Services for further details on 01256 306484

24+ Loans - Nothing to pay now! Learners aged 24 and over as at 13 August 2013 can apply for a government loan for this course which means you do not have to make an upfront payment. Loans are available to everyone in this age group regardless of your income or savings. All you need to do is complete a form which we can help you with. Repayment of the loan only starts when you earn £1,750 or more per month (£21,000 per year) when an affordable amount will be deducted from your salary. For more information contact the Student Services or go to www.gov.uk/advanced-learning-loans.

Contact Us

BCoT, Worting Road, Basingstoke, Hampshire, RG21 8TN, Tel: 01256 354141, information@bcot.ac.uk

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Worting Road
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Hampshire
RG21 8TN

Tel: 01256 354141
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