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Health and Social Care (Adults) Advanced Apprenticeship - NVQ at Babcock International - Suffolk

Course content

A total of 6 units should be achieved for the full NVQ

Mandatory Units
Promote effective communication for and about individuals
302 Promote, monitor and maintain health, safety and security in the working environment
303 Reflect on and develop your practice
305 Promote choice, well-being and the protection of all individuals

Optional Units
Four of the following
328 Contribute to care planning and review
329 Contribute to planning, monitoring and reviewing the delivery of service for individuals
330 Support individuals to access and use services and facilities
331 Support individuals to develop and maintain social networks and relationships
332 Support the social, emotional and identity needs of individuals
333 Prepare your family and networks to support individuals requiring care
334 Provide a home and family environment for individuals
335 Contribute to the protection of individuals from harm and abuse
336 Contribute to the prevention and management of abusive and aggressive behavior
337 Provide frameworks to help individuals to manage challenging behaviour
501 Carry out screening and referral assessment
502 Carry out assessment to identify and prioritise needs
503 Carry out comprehensive substance misuse assessment
504 Help individuals address their substance use through an action plan
505 Assess and act upon immediate risk of danger to substance users
506 Support individuals to live at home
507 Support individuals to retain, regain and develop the skills to manage their lives and environment
508 Support individuals to manage their fi nancial affairs
509 Support individuals to manage direct payments
510 Help individuals to access employment
511 Help individuals to access learning, training and development opportunities
512 Enable individuals to access housing and accommodation
513 Recognise, respect and support the spiritual well-being of individuals
514 Plan, agree and implement development activities to meet individual needs
515 Support individuals to continue therapies
516 Interact with individuals using telecommunications
517 Counsel individuals about their substance use using recognised theoretical models
518 Counsel groups of individuals about their substance use using recognised theoretical models
519 Support individuals to deal with relationship problems
520 Carry out extended feeding techniques to ensure individuals nutritional and fluid intake
521 Identify the individual at risk of skin breakdown and undertake the appropriate risk assessment
522 Move and position individuals
523 Prepare for, and undertake physiological measurements
524 Recognise indications of substance misuse and refer individuals to specialists
525 Test for substance use
526 Identify the physical health needs of individuals with mental health needs
527 Raise awareness about substances, their use and effects
528 Support individuals to represent their own needs and wishes at decision making forums
529 Help individuals identify and access independent representation and advocacy
530 Present individuals' needs and preferences
531 Support individuals with specific communication needs
532 Support individuals to communicate using technology
533 Support individuals to communicate using interpreting and translation services
534 Plan and implement programmes to enable individuals to find their way around familiar environments
535 Plan and implement programmes to enable individuals to find their way around unfamiliar environments
536 Administer medication to individuals
537 Obtain venous blood samples
538 Encourage and support individuals undergoing dialysis therapy at home
539 Insert and secure urethral catheters and monitor and respond to the effects of urethral catheterisation
540 Support individuals who are substance users
541 Supply and exchange injecting equipment for individuals
542 Support individuals through detoxification programmes
543 Support individuals to prepare for, adapt to and manage change
544 Prepare and support individuals to move and settle into new living environments
545 Support individuals through bereavement
546 Support individuals through the process of dying
547 Assist in the transfer of individuals between agencies and services
548 Work in collaboration with carers in the care role
549 Relate to families, parents and carers
550 Work with carers, families and key people to maintain contact with individuals
551 Support families in maintaining relationships in their wider social structures and environments
552 Provide services to those affected by someone else's substance use
553 Work with families, carers and individuals during times of crisis
554 Prepare, implement and evaluate agreed therapeutic group activities
555 Contribute to the development and running of support groups
556 Contribute to assessing and act upon risk of danger, harm and abuse
557 Enable people with mental health needs to develop coping strategies
558 Reinforce positive behavioural goals during relationships with individuals
559 Contribute to assessing the needs of individuals for therapeutic programmes to enable them to manage their behaviour
560 Develop and sustain effective working relationships with staff in other agencies
561 Participate in inter-disciplinary team working to support individuals
562 Help develop community networks and partnership
563 Work with community networks and partnerships
564 Contribute to raising awareness of health issues
565 Support the development of networks to meet assessed needs and planned outcomes
566 Contribute to the recruitment and placement of volunteers
567 Plan, organise and monitor the work of volunteers
568 Lead and motivate volunteers
569 Facilitate learning through presentation and activities
570 Facilitate group learning
571 Support colleagues to relate to individuals

Key Skills, Certificate in Supporting Care Practice and Employment Rights and Responsibilities.

How to apply

If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Babcock International - Suffolk directly.

Last updated date: 20 May 2014
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