About This Course
Working in the care sector can be an incredibly rewarding and humbling experience. Within this field you get to assist with the day-to-day care of those in desperate need of a helping hand, whilst providing them with the loving support and kindness they deserve.
From working in a hospice or care home, to supplying primary care within a community; you can take the knowledge you’ll acquire on this course and kick start your studies towards an inspiring career.
In fact, with this new CACHE Level 2 course you can achieve a deeper understanding and awareness of what is involved in end of life care, so you can create an emotionally comforting and reassuring environment for those coming to the end of their lives.
You will learn about the factors that can affect a person’s view on death and dying, and will be able to recognise the potential barriers an individual may face when accessing end of life care.
At the same time, you’ll be shown how to respond to difficult questions and will be able to construct answers that will bring peace of mind to all.
So if you’re interested in developing your skills within this area, then why not enrol onto this course and use it to further your vocational training and placement opportunities. By the end you’ll achieve an impressive Level 2 qualification that can give your career the boost it deserves.
With only 28 hours of learning involved, you can easily complete the assignments assigned to this course and achieve a qualification that can make a notable difference to your career opportunities.
By broadening your knowledge, understanding and comprehension on death; principles of end of life care, and methods of communication; you can take the tools you have learned on this course and use them effectively in the workplace.
With this course:
- You can study at a time, pace and location of your choosing – all we ask is that you complete it within 12 months of registering.
- You can balance your studies with your current work/life commitments, without having to sacrifice on the two.
Unit 1 (A/503/8085, Unit Level 2; GLH; 28; Credits 3): Understand How to Work in End of Life Care – know different perspective on death and dying; understand the aims, principles and policies of end of life care; understand factors regarding communication in end of life care; know how to access the range of support services available to individuals and others; identify the potential barriers an individual may face when accessing end of life care, and define local and national policy guidance for care after death.
This course is assessed using a series of assignments which you’ll need to submit to your personal tutor for marking. Each of these assignments is designed to test your knowledge of the course materials, and their application within a working environment.
There are no written examinations or tests, so you can easily complete all of the assessed work from the comfort of your own home and at your own pace.
No prior knowledge or experience is required to enrol onto this course; however you must be at least 16 years old. Similarly, you don’t need to be working within health or social care.
Upon completion of this course you will receive a Level 2 Award in the Awareness of End of Life Care on The Regulated Qualifications Framework (RQF) for England, Wales and Northern Ireland.
CACHE is the UK’s only specialist awarding organisation for the children and adult care sectors. They offer the most up-to-date and relevant qualifications for the new RQF, and regularly work with Sector Skills Council to ensure that high quality and cutting edge services are supplied to their customers, learners and the sector itself.
From the moment you enrol onto this course, you will receive the support and council of our personal tutors and student support team, who will always be available by mail or by email to answer your queries, questions or concerns.
No question is too big or too small. Instead at a click of a button you can harness their knowledge and use their expertise to boost your learning experience.
Frequently Asked Questions
This is a question that our team are often asked, there are many reasons but here are the main reasons to choose Association of Learning:
- No hidden charges, the price you see includes everything, from VAT, tutoring to certification
- Our average tutor marking time is 3 working days (most providers are 10+)
- We are rated 5/5 for our service on Trustpilot!
- Our courses are up to date. Many providers create course content and fail to keep it up to date.
- We are open later than any other home learning provider
- As many submissions as you need to complete, many providers cap how many times you can submit work
- All courses are fully endorsed by external awarding organisations
- 14 day money back guarantee or course switch.
If you need any more reasons to choose Association of Learning, contact our team!
All students are provided with 12 months to complete their course, however you are able to complete at a faster pace without any additional costs. Some of our students have managed to complete in as little as 3 months!
This is a fully endorsed qualification, with certification provided by an Ofqual regulated awarding body.
There are two payment options, pay in full for your course or monthly. Our monthly payment option allows you to spread the cost of your course over a 12 month period.
Unlike other providers, there are no credit checks or application forms to complete during enrolment.
Finance is provided directly via Association of Learning. To meet the criteria you must be able to answer yes to the following:
- Your billing address is based in the UK
- You have a UK based bank account
- Bill payer must be 18 or above.
No, this course is assignment based, which means you will not have to complete any exams. If your assignment is not up to scratch you can re-try as many times as you need within your 12 months support period.
No, all of our courses are distance learning which means your tutor will mark your work and send it back to you via email or by using our online portal.