Jill completes her Diploma in Health & Social Care
We have been sharing stories of our Social Care professionals who have completed their Intermediate Apprenticeship in Adult social Care, including a Diploma in Health and Social Care (For Adults) and a certificate in Preparing to work in Adult Social Care, with Hudson Training. Well this week we managed to grab a photo of the girls with Tina.
You may recognize Jill from our Day in the life blog. Jill talks about her journey in finding employment and how she came to be working with Care Wyvern. I am sure you will agree Jill has come on leaps and bounds, proving that she is a reliable, dedicated carer who works closely with some of our more challenging clients. We are very proud of Jill’s achievements and look forward to see what else she achieves in the future
They all worked very hard over the last year to achieve their diplomas/apprenticeship, whilst providing excellence care and support to our clients.
The course includes areas such as:
- Communicate and complete records for individuals
- Support the health and safety of themselves and others
- Developing knowledge and practice
- Ensure their own actions support the care of individuals
- Equality and Inclusion in health, social care and young people settings
- Principles of safeguarding and protection in health and social care
- Communication in health, social care and young people settings
- Principles of Infection Prevention and control
- Move and positioning of individuals in accordance with the care plan
- Understanding and enable interaction and communication with individuals who have dementia
The knowledge that they have gained whilst working and working through the apprenticeship is invaluable not only for self-development but also for the safeguarding of each of our clients. Care Wyvern has always actively encouraged self-development, through external training providers as well as our own in house training manager. In fact, Laura, Megan, Natasha B, Jill, and Nikki B have all gone onto working towards their Level 3 in Health and Social care.
It is not just the carer staff though; Dianne, Emma S, Jemma, Emma H, and Mira are also studying toward different qualifications.
Well done girls, you have all worked very hard.