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Resources for delivering underpinning knowledge for the Care Certificate. Prices start at £9.99 and go up to £15.99.

There is also a Care Certificate Logbook Template available.

Care Certificate Assessment Logbook Template
Each page allows candidates to submit their evidence of learning, or the assessor (line manager/supervisor) to record their observation.

Each page of the template refers to a specific sub-standard for each standard and clearly shows whether an observation is required or not.

A 208 page template (Word document) for recording assessment of the learning objectives. You can print it off and then photocopy the template pages for each member of staff.

There are 15 Standards and numerous sub-standards. Each page relates to a specific sub-standard. If you wish to record evidence of learning in this way, this template will be for you.

Word Documents - Templates

Care Certificate Assessment Log Book (208 pages), Care Certificate Assessment Log Book Front Cover, Care Certificate Assessment Log Book Continuation Page (Assessor), Care Certificate Assessment Log Book Continuation Page (Staff Member), Care Certificate Assessment Log Book Continuation Page (evidence of assessment where the candidate has not submitted written information), Registered Managers Final Signing Off Sheet

Care Certificate Standard 1 Understand Your Role
PowerPoint presentations and Word Documents providing underpinning knowledge for Standard 1 of the Care Certificate. Suitable for all health or social care settings. Underpinning knowledge for Standard 1.1, 1.2, 1.3 and 1.4 . You may purchase a CD for use in your setting only (single setting use).

Presentation 1 – Standard 1.1 Understand Your Own Role (31 Slides) - Aims and Objectives, Introduction, Main Duties and Responsibilities, Responsibilities, Standards and Codes of Conduct, Why do we need Standards?, Policies and Procedures, Data Protection Regulations, Standards Values and Expectations, Penalties, Code of Conduct for Social Care, Complaints, Extent and Limit of Your Responsibilities, Advice and Guidance, Care Values, Equality and Diversity, Discrimination, Equality Act, Attitudes, What Next? References

Presentation 2 – Standard 1.2 Work in ways that have been agreed with your employer (30 Slides) - Aims and Objectives, Introduction, Employment Rights, Employment Responsibilities, Escalating Concerns, Statutory Rights and Duties, Aims Objectives and Values of Your Setting, The Importance of  Working in Agreed Ways, The Importance of Honesty in Identifying Errors, What Next?, References

Presentation 3 – Standard 1.3 Understand working relationships in health and social care (19 Slides), Aims and Objectives, Introduction, Responsibilities to Patients and Service Users, Relationships, Working Relationships, Different Working Relationships, What Next?, References

Presentation 4 – Standard 1.4 Work in partnership with others (18 Slides)- Aims and Objectives, Introduction, Working in Partnership, Who are Partners?, Partnership Working and You, Promoting Shared Values, Promoting Agreed Goals, Promoting Regular Communication, Resolving Conflicts, Resolving Conflicts – Guiding Principles, Who Should You Talk To About Conflicts?, What If That Doesnt Work?, Bullying, What Next?, References

Word Documents - Handouts for each of the presentations. Extra handouts – Agreed Ways of Working, Care Value Base, Forming and Maintaining Relationships, Professional Regulators, Raising Concerns, Roles and Responsibilities, Working in Partnership

Care Certificate Standard 2 Your Professional Development
PowerPoint presentations and Word Documents providing underpinning knowledge for Standard 2 of the Care Certificate. Suitable for all health and social care settings. Underpinning knowledge for Standard 2.1 and 2.2. You may purchase a CD for use in your setting only (single setting use).

Presentationt 1 – Standard 2.1 Agree a Personal Development Plan (31 slides) Aims and Objectives, Introduction, Developing Your Practise – Your Role, Sources of Support for Your Own Learning and Development, Sources of Support Appraisal, Qualifications Occupational Competence, Qualifications Continuing Professional Development, Skills for Cares Skill Selector, Personal Development Plans, Starting a PDP, Development Needs/Objectives, Advice and Guidance, Code of Conduct for Healthcare Support Workers and Adult Social Care Workers(2013), Guidance Statement 6, Feedback from Others, Constructive Feedback, What Next?, References

Presentation 2 – Standard 2.2 Develop your knowledge, skills and understanding (40 Slides) Aims and Objectives, Introduction, Functional Skills, Social Care Standards and Qualifications Require Core Skills, Social Care Commitment, What Are Skill Levels?, Examples of Skill Levels, Skill Levels for Core Skills, National Benchmarks for Functional Skills, Best Approach to Skills Levels Using Qualifications as an Indicator of Skills Level, Why Core Skills Cannot Be Taken For Granted, Care Quality Commission (CQC), Employer Responsibilities, Starting a PDP Development, Needs/Objectives, Advice and Guidance, Code of Conduct for Healthcare Support Workers and Adult Social Care Workers(2013),Guidance Statement 6, Feedback from Others, Constructive Feedback, Checking Your Core Skills, Using Learning to Improve Your Knowledge, Skills and Understanding, Reflection, Analysing Your Work Practice, The Code of Conduct Guidance Statements, What Next?, References

Word Documents - Handouts for each of the presentations. Extra handouts - Core Skills Tools and Resources, Functional Skills Website Advice, Functional Skills, Activity Provision Qualifications (CPD), Apprenticeship Qualifications (CPD), Assisting and Moving Qualifications (CPD), Chair Based Exercise Qualification (CPD), Dementia Qualifications (CPD), Diabetes Qualifications (CPD), End of Life Qualifications (CPD), Food Safety and Nutrition Qualifications (CPD), For Employer – Funding for Qualifications, I Care Ambassador Qualification (CPD), Learning Disability Qualifications (CPD), Mental Capacity Act Qualifications (CPD), Seated Recreational Qualifications (CPD), Skills Selector, Stroke Care Qualifications (CPD), Example Professional Development Plan, Professional Development Plan Template, Using Learning Opportunities to Demonstrate Knowledge, Skills and Understanding, Qualifications, Care Certificate Standard 2

Care Certificate Standard 3 Duty of Care
PowerPoint presentations and Word Documents providing underpinning knowledge for Standard 3 of the Care Certificate. Suitable for all health and social care settings. Underpinning knowledge for Standard 3.1, 3.2, 3.3, 3.4 and 3.5. You may purchase a CD for use in your setting only (single setting use).

Presentation 1 – 3.1 Understand how duty of care contributes to safe practice (17 slides) - Aims and Objectives , Introduction Duty of Care , When Does a Duty of Care Start?, Care Settings and Duty of Care,Your Duty of Care, Competence and Duty of Care, Duty of Care – Best Interests, Duty of Care and Negligent Acts, Duty of Care and, Safeguarding, What Next?, References

Presentation 2 – Standard 3.2 Understand the support available for addressing dilemmas that may arise about duty of care (25 Slides) - Aims and Objectives, Introduction, Duty of Care, Duty of Care – Best Interests, Supporting People to Make Informed Choices, Mental Capacity Act (MCA), Day to Day Decisions, Helping People to Make Decisions, Informed Decisions, Example Decisions, Other Types of Conflict/Dilemmas, Individual Rights, Risk Assessment, Mental Capacity Act 2005 (MCA), Scenario, Dilemmas and the Limits of Your Role, What Next?, References

Presentation 3 – Standard 3.3 Deal with comments and complaints (22 Slides) - Aims and Objectives, Introduction, Complaints, The Law, Types of Complaint, Support With Making a Complaint, The Role of the Care Quality Commission, Who Can Make A Complaint, Recognising Complaints, Underlying Principles, Independent Advocates, Learning from Complaints and Comments, What Next?, References

Presentation 4 – Standard 3.4 Deal with incidents, errors and near misses (17 Slides) - Aims and Objectives
Introduction, Duty of Care, The Law, RIDDOR, Care Quality Commission (Registration) Regulations 2009, RIDDOR Things to Report, What Do I Need to Know Now?, Duty of Care – Abuse, Whistleblowing, Examples of Incidents, Accidents Can Involve . . . , Do I Need To Report All Incidents?, What Next?, References

Presentation 5 – Standard 3.5 Deal with confrontation and difficult situations (35 Slides) - Aims and Objectives, Introduction, Duty of Care, Wellbeing, Difficult Situations, Daily Situations, Illnesses and Conditions, Dementia and Aggressive Behaviour, Challenging Behaviour, What are these Behaviours?, Why is it a Problem?, Conflict Resolution, Dealing With Challenging Behaviour, Dealing with Difficult Situations, Consider Possible Issues Involved, Possible Issues, Understanding Possible Issues, Being Aware of Needs, The Best Approach, Confrontational Situations, Effective Communication, Communication, Trust, What Next?, References

Word Documents - Handouts for each of the presentations. Extra handouts - Care Certificate Notes,Care Certificate Standards, Example of an Observation, 3 x Exemplar Work Examples, Motes for Registered Manager, Riddor, Standard 3 Notes and Mapping, Support with Making a Complaint, Standard 3

Care Certificate Standard 4 Equality and Diversity
PowerPoint presentations and Word Documents providing underpinning knowledge for Standard 4 of the Care Certificate. Underpinning knowledge for Standard 4.1, 4.2 and 4.3. You may purchase a CD for use in your setting only (single setting use).

Presentation 1 – 4.1 Understand the importance of equality and inclusion (39 slides) Aims and Objectives, Introduction to Diversity, What is Diversity?, Diversity, Equality and Diversity, Inclusion, Inclusive Workplaces Have . . ., Diversity and Equality, Diversity and Prejudice, Equality, Understanding Equality, Inclusion, Discrimination, Prejudices, Health and Social Care Settings, Working With Diversity, Tolerance and Respect, Care Values, Discrimination – Examples, Discrimination Direct and Indirect Discrimination, Indirect Discrimination (with examples), Harassment, Victimisation, Promoting Equality and Inclusion, Inclusive Work Practice, Promoting Quality and Inclusion, What Next?, References

Presentation 2 – Standard 4.2 Work in an inclusive way (44 Slides) Aims and Objectives, Introduction, Care Quality Commission, Health and Social Care Act 2008 (Regulated Activities) Regulations 2014, Regulation 10, Human Rights Act 1998, Equality Act 2010, Other Legislation, Equality Act, Mental Capacity Act 2005 (MCA), Care Act 2014, Health and Social Care Act 2012, Codes of Practice for Social Care, Codes of Conduct, Working In An Inclusive Way, Stereotyping, Working In An Inclusive Way, The Right to Choice, The Right to Consultation, The Right to Confidentiality, The Right to Equal and Fair Treatment, The Right to Protection, The Right to Dignity, Challenging Discrimination, Reflection, Challenging Discrimination, What Next?, References

Presentation 3 – Standard 4.3 Access information, advice and support about diversity, equality and inclusion (15 Slides) Aims and Objectives, Introduction, Duty of Care, Professional Development, Policies and Procedures, Sources of Information, Other Sources of Information, When To Access Information, Advice And Support, What Next?, References

Word Documents - Handouts for each of the presentations. Extra handouts: Care Certificate Notes, Care Certificate Standards, Example of an Observation, Standard 4, Discrimination, Empowerment, Equality Act & Previous Legislation, Equality and Diversity, Health and Social Care Act 2012 Overview, Health and Social Care Act 2008 Overview, Health and Social Care 2008 Regs 2014 Reg 10, Intro to Human Rights, MCA_DoLs Key Principles, Notes for Registered Manager, Public Sector Equality Duty Overview.

Care Certificate Standard 5 - Work in a Person Centred Way
PowerPoint presentations and Word Documents providing underpinning knowledge for Standard 5 of the Care Certificate. Underpinning knowledge for Standard 5.1, 5.2, 5.3, 5.4, 5.5, 5.6 and 5.7. You may purchase a CD for use in your setting only (single setting use).

Presentation 1 – Standard 5.1 Understand person centred values (25 slides) Aims and Objectives, Introduction, Person centred care, What Do We Mean By Person Centred?, Person Centred Principles, Person Centred Values, Individuality, Independence, Privacy, Choice, Dignity, Respect, Rights, What Next?, References

Presentation 2 – Standard 5.2 Understand working in a person-centred way (48 Slides) Aims and Objectives, Introduction, Person Centred Care, Principles of Person Centred Care, Communication, Co-ordinated Care Delivery, Applying the Principles, Identifying Specific Needs, What Is Care Planning?, The Cycle of Care Planning, The Whole Person, Life Histories, Example of Poor Care Planning, History, Preferences, Wishes, Needs, What Do I Need To Do?, Your Role As A Care Worker, Changing Needs, Planning For Future Well-Being, 2012 British Social Attitudes, National Survey of Bereaved People, Learning Disabilities, Dementia, Death – Demographics, A Good Death, End of Life Strategy, Advance Care Planning, Advance Care Plans, Advance Care Discussions, Your Role in ACP, What Next?, References

Presentation 3 – Standard 5.3 Demonstrate awareness of the individuals immediate environment and make changes to address factors that may be causing discomfort or distress (36 Slides) Aims and Objectives, Introduction, Person Centred Care, Human Rights, Human Rights – The Right To Privacy, Privacy as an Environment, The Ethos Of A Care Setting, Care Setting as an Environment, Values, Other Environmental Factors, Environmental Factors, Environmental Concerns, What Next?, References

Presentation 4 - Standard 5.4 Make others aware of any actions they may be undertaking that are causing discomfort or distress to individuals (37 Slides) Aims and Objectives, Introduction, Person Centred Care, Recap from Standard 1, Recap from Standard 2, Recap from Standard 3, Why Have We Recapped on Previous Standards?, Compassion in Practice – The 6 Cs, Duty of Care, The 6 Cs – Care, The 6 Cs – Compassion, The 6 Cs – Competence, The 6 Cs – Communication, The 6 Cs – Courage, The 6 Cs – Commitment, Raising Concerns, Whats Next, References

Presentation 5 Standard 5.4 Make others aware of any actions they may be undertaking that are causing discomfort or distress to individuals SECOND PRESENTATION (22 Slides), Aims and Objectives, Introduction, Ensuring Comfort, Alleviating Pain, Guiding Principle, In Practice, Moving and Assisting Clients, Assisting Clients, Other Considerations, Communication, Concerns, What Next?, References

Presentation 6 - Standard 5.4 Make others aware of any actions they may be undertaking that are causing discomfort or distress to individuals SECOND PRESENTATION (22 Slides) Aims and Objectives, Introduction, Ensuring Comfort, Alleviating Pain, Guiding Principle, In Practice, Moving and Assisting Clients, Assisting Clients, Other Considerations, Communication, Concerns, What Next?, References

Presentation 7 - Standard 5.6 Support the individual to maintain their identity and self-esteem (32 Slides) Aims and Objectives, Introduction, Spiritual Wellbeing, Benefits of Spiritual Wellbeing, Emotional Wellbeing, Self Esteem, Identity, Spiritual and Emotional Wellbeing, Some Benefits, What Wellbeing is NOT, Contributing to Emotional Wellbeing, Understanding Self Esteem Problems, Recap from Standard 4, Your Role, Effective Communication – Recap from Standard 3, Communication, What Next?, References

Presentation 8- Standard 5.7 Support the individual using person centred values (22 Slides) Aims and Objectives, Introduction, Recap, Person Centred Values, What Next, References

Word Documents - Handouts for each of the presentations. Extra handouts: Extra handouts – Care Certificate Notes, Challenging Behaviour (Discomfort and Distress), Environment (Lighting), Health Wellbeing and Development, Helping People to Access Services, Pressure Ulcers and Dementia, Pressure Ulcers Awareness, Promoting Positive Self-esteem and Sense of Identity, Restricted Movement (Reasons), Spiritual Wellbeing, Standard 5, Care Certificate Standards, Empowerment, Example of an observation, Exemplar Work example, Notes for Registered Manager


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