Our Diploma in Adult Care is designed to provide learners with such a deeper understanding of this subject. The programme aims to evaluate the development of students’ knowledge and skills in the care sector.

This new diploma aims to improve learners’ knowledge, skills, and competence in a variety of roles in health and social care. The qualification’s purpose is to support the caregiver’s role in the workplace and to allow them to progress to higher level qualifications.

Senior Care Assistants, Support Workers, and Key Workers in residential settings, as well as domiciliary services and day services, are popular job roles. The programme of study’s foundational knowledge portions have been completely revised to include the most recent Acts of Parliament, government guidelines, and Codes of Practice.

The RQF includes a variety of different units of assessment in the level 3 diploma (Regulated Qualification Framework). When you successfully complete a unit, you will receive a set quantity of credits.

This qualification is composed of learning outcomes, and you must have proven your knowledge and demonstrated practical experience to meet these outcomes.