Level 2 Understanding the Care and Management of Diabetes Certificate
This TQUK qualification is designed to provide learners with an understanding of the care and management of diabetes.
The course could help learners get into, or progress within, employment in the healthcare or social care sectors in a variety of job roles or support further learning in the health and social care sector.
By completing this course, you will not only gain a nationally recognised qualification but will also
improve your understanding of the different forms, causes and risk factors of diabetes, becoming
aware of the best way to manage, monitor and control it.
This course consists of four mandatory units, all of which you will need to complete to gain the full qualification:
- Unit 1: Understand Diabetes
- Unit 2: Prevention and Early Intervention of Type 2 Diabetes
- Unit 3: Understand Initial Care Diabetes
- Unit 4: Understand Treatment and Management of Diabetes
There are no specific prior learning requirements to take this course, but you may find it helpful if you’ve already achieved a level 1 qualification within the health and social care area.
To complete this distance learning course at no charge you will need to match the following entry criteria:
- Are a resident of the EEU (European Economic Area) and have been for at least 3 years
- Will be undertaking your learning within England
- Are aged 19 or above
- If you are 19-23 years old you must have already achieved a level 2 qualification or equivalent
- If you are 24+ there are no formal entry requirements for this course but you will find it helpful to have a good standard of English and maths
Studying via distance learning means you can choose when and where you study.
We recommended allowing a minimum of 3 hours per week to study this course in your own time.
This is an online course with online learning materials and online assessments.
Where does this course lead to
Successful completion will help support several job roles within the health and social care sector as you may be working with people who have diabetes, or may be at risk of developing diabetes, in your day-to-day role, for example:
- Healthcare Support Service Worker
- Clinical Healthcare Support Worker
- Nursing Assistant
- Health Education/Health Promotion Worker
- Healthcare Assistants/Support Workers in community and primary care environments
- Personal Assistants are employed directly by the individuals they support or their families
You could also progress to the following apprenticeships:
- Advanced Level Apprenticeship in Health and Social Care
- Advanced Level Apprenticeship in Health (Clinical Healthcare Support)
- Advanced Level Apprenticeship in Health (Healthcare Support Services)
How to Enrol
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