- Course Code: CHEL072
- Duration: 1 year
- Price: £24.00
- Sunday, 01 August 2021
This training is designed to give you an understanding of dignity of patients in a care setting and is suitable for anyone working in a healthcare role.
Understanding dignity in care is extremely important if you work in a care setting. This course provides valuable information to staff about national guidelines and practical information about care, safeguarding, and poor practice.
This course is accredited by CPD. The certificate, awarded upon successful completion, can be used to log your hours against.
This course usually take between 1-2 hours each to complete, depending on the speed of learning. Learners do not have to complete all the training in one session as progress is recorded throughout and the training can be paused and resumed in our learning management system at any time.
This course bundle is aimed at anyone working in a healthcare role.
- What will I study?
- Understand the impact on patients when they are not treated with dignity
- Recognise the legal framework that exists in relation to dignity in care provision
- Be aware of the key areas of poor practice in healthcare settings
- Understand the principles that underpin dignity in care
- Know what constitutes best practice when providing services with dignity and respect
- Recognise the importance of active participation and self-care in supporting patients’ dignity
- Be able to support individuals in making choices, asking questions, and raising concerns about their care.
- Entry Requirements
There are no entry requirements for this course.
- How will I be assessed?
Test and certificate
Each end of course test consists of 15 multiple choice questions. Learners are required to achieve a 75% pass mark, and, if necessary, may attempt the test six times at no extra cost.
If learners do not achieve the 75% pass mark, further attempts may be given by contacting our support team.
Learners will be able to download a digital certificate on completion of each course. This can be printed, and we suggest you keep it for your records.
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