End of Life Care CACHE Level 2 Certificate - Distance Learning (B34131-A2A)
What do I need to join?
You will need:
• To be 16 years of age or above
• It may also be useful to have already achieved a Level 1 qualification in health and social care.
• To complete a satisfactory initial assessment in literacy skills.
This course is designed for a wide range of students who wish to gain an understanding of end of life care.
Distance learning is a great way of learning remotely without being in regular face-to-face contact with a teacher or an assessor. Students have the flexibility to study at home or at work, fitting in their course around other life and work commitments.
Who is this course for?
This qualification is designed for those who wish to gain an understanding of end of life care. It looks at how to work in end of life care, managing pain and discomfort, care planning, dementia, and the role of the care worker at the time of death.
For information, advice and guidance or to enrol please phone Student Services on 01524 521237 or 0800 306 306
Course Information Sheet
What is Distance Learning?
Distance learning is a way of learning remotely without being in regular face-to-face contact with a teacher or an assessor. With distance learning you can study at home or at work. The materials are produced in conjunction with the awarding body (NCFE) and are given out during your induction meeting. You will then be given deadlines by your assessor to complete each section of the pack, which is usually expected to take 16 weeks in total. You can get regular support from your assessor via phone or email. There may be occasions where you can see your assessor face-to-face for any help or guidance, if needed.
The advantages to studying via distance learning are that it allows you to fit your learning around your life and work commitments and that you can decide when and where you study. If you would like to study one of our distance learning packages you will need to complete an application form or contact the training coordinator for distance learning as specified on the course sheet for each course.
Once you have applied you will be asked to complete an initial assessment in Literacy to ensure you are working at the right level in your English skills to complete the course. You will then be allocated an assessor who will provide you with the learning materials needed to complete the course. You will also get an individual learning plan with dates for submission for the units you will study.
You will then work through the units and submit them. Your assessor will mark them and provide you with feedback, until your qualification is completed.
Many of the distance learning courses that are listed above derive through our partnership with The Skills Network.