Duty of Care Course

Our Duty of Care eLearning course will enable learners to learn about the underpinning approach that they should have in their work.

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Course Description

Our Duty of Care Course will enable learners to learn about the underpinning approach that they should have in their work.

This training applies to all health and social care workers that work in settings such as Care Homes, Day Centres, or supporting an individual in their own home. This also applies to hospital staff at health care assistant level, unpaid and voluntary workers.

This Duty of Care course will also map to Standard 3 of the Care Certificate standards published by Skills for Care and Skills for Health.

Study Duty of Care Course via an eLearning platform.

Access to the Duty of Care Course is delivered via an eLearning platform. E-Learning an efficient way of delivering courses online due to its convenience and flexibility. The resources are available from anywhere and at any time. Meaning everyone can take advantage of web-based learning regardless of their circumstances. E-Learning is invaluable for employers, meaning staff can complete CPD without the added cost of lecturers and conferences.

CPD Certified

The CPD Certification Service was established in 1996. It is the leading independent CPD accreditation institution operating across industry sectors. Certified CPD courses complement the Continuing Professional Development policies of professional institutes and academic bodies. CPD courses can be completed at work or at home or whoever there is an internet connection. Meaning that you can further your skillset and progress your career in a way that suits you.

Other CPD Certified courses

Along with this Duty of Care Course, Home Study Zone offers a vast array of other Certified CPD courses. Additionally, CPD will help somebody build their skill set, gain further understanding, and progress in their career.

See our other CPD Certified courses available here

Learning Outcomes

On completion of this course learners should know and understand the following:

  • The meaning of duty of care and how it contributes to safe practice.
  • Identify dilemmas that may arise about duty of care and the support available to help you deal with them.
  • How to deal with comments and complaints.
  • How to deal with incidents, errors and near misses.
  • How to deal with confrontation and difficult situations.

Course Syllabus

  • Duty of Care
  • Addressing dilemmas
  • Comments and complaints
  • Best practice with complaints
  • Recording and reporting
  • Conflict
  • Confrontation
  • Adverse events
  • Incidents
  • Errors
  • Near misses
  • Dealing with difficult situations