Care Certificate e-Learning Course

Care Certificate e-Learning Course

The Care Certificate was commissioned by the Department of Health and developed in partnership by Skills for Care, Health Education England and Skills for Health.

From April 2015, it will replace the Common Induction Standards (CIS) and National Minimum Training Standards (NMTS).

Regulated providers of health and care services will need to update and adapt their induction programmes to accommodate the requirements of the Care Certificate.

If you are an employer, then it is your responsibility to ensure your staff have completed a thorough induction so that they have the right skills and knowledge to undertake their job role. The Care Certificate is just one part of the overall induction programme.

Anyone starting in the health or social care sectors must complete the Care Certificate. This means health care assistants, assistant practitioners, care support workers and anyone supporting clinical roles in the NHS where they have direct contact with patients. It also includes adult social care workers providing direct care in residential and nursing homes and hospices, plus home care workers.

Caring volunteers, porters, cooks, drivers and other employees that have direct contact with patients and service users may also undertake all or some of the Care Certificate.

Care Certificate e-Learning Course

The Care Certificate was commissioned by the Department of Health and developed in partnership by Skills for Care, Health Education England and Skills for Health.

From April 2015, it will replace the Common Induction Standards (CIS) and National Minimum Training Standards (NMTS).

Regulated providers of health and care services will need to update and adapt their induction programmes to accommodate the requirements of the Care Certificate.

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