Duty of Care Training

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Hours
1 Hours | Self-Paced
Setting
E-learn
Tutor
No Tutor
Qualification
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Qualifications (e.g. GCSE) are awarded by organisations that are regulated by a Governmental department such as Ofqaul. Qualifications can be academic or vocational. If a course confers a qualification on completion we will state that qualification by its name. If a course does not confer a qualification, we mark that as Not Applicable or N/A.

N/A
Level
No experience needed
CPD
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CPD stands for Continuing Professional Development. CPD supports the development of vocational skills through training. CPD is skills-based learning and does not confer a qualification. The CPD Certification Service is a recognised, independent accreditation service that approves courses so that they can offer a CPD Verified Certificate. Points are equivalent to the number of hours spent learning on a verified course. A CPD verified course allows you to carry those points to the total required by the regulatory body in your sector.

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Type
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'Regulated Qualification' means you will be studying towards a qualification. Whereas 'Skills Training' means you are supporting your career development to improve your ability in a specific area of work. Skills Training does not confer a qualification. However, some Skills Training is accredited by The CPD Certification Service.

Skills Training
Regulated by
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Only qualifications (e.g. GCSE) need to be regulated. Qualifications are regulated by a Governmental department such as Ofqaul. If a course does not confer a qualification then it does not have a regulating body so we mark these as 'Not Applicable or N/A'. Note that CPD is not a qualification so does not have a regulatory body. The CPD Certification Service is not a qualification or exam regulatory body but an independent accreditation organisation.

N/A
Exam
Yes

Course Description

Duty of Care (Including Duty of Candour)

The full list of topics is below:

1. Defining "Duty of Care"

2. How your Duty of Care may affect your Work Role

3. Your Duty of Care and an Individual's Rights

4. Duty of Candour

5. Dilemmas and Conflicts

6. Additional Support

7. Responding to Complaints and Comments

8. Advice and Support Regarding Complaints and Comments

9. The Importance of Learning from Complaints and Comments

10. Recognising Adverse Events, Incidents, Errors and Near Misses

11. What You Must Do or Must Not Do

12. Legislation and Agreed Ways of Working

13. Factors and Situations That Can Cause Confrontation

14. Communication

15. Assessing Risk

16. Accessing Support Around Conflict

17. Agreed Ways of Working

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Course Details

Hours
1 Hours | Self-Paced
Setting
E-learn
Tutor
No Tutor
Qualification
i

Qualifications (e.g. GCSE) are awarded by organisations that are regulated by a Governmental department such as Ofqaul. Qualifications can be academic or vocational. If a course confers a qualification on completion we will state that qualification by its name. If a course does not confer a qualification, we mark that as Not Applicable or N/A.

N/A
Level
No experience needed
CPD
i

CPD stands for Continuing Professional Development. CPD supports the development of vocational skills through training. CPD is skills-based learning and does not confer a qualification. The CPD Certification Service is a recognised, independent accreditation service that approves courses so that they can offer a CPD Verified Certificate. Points are equivalent to the number of hours spent learning on a verified course. A CPD verified course allows you to carry those points to the total required by the regulatory body in your sector.

1
Type
i

'Regulated Qualification' means you will be studying towards a qualification. Whereas 'Skills Training' means you are supporting your career development to improve your ability in a specific area of work. Skills Training does not confer a qualification. However, some Skills Training is accredited by The CPD Certification Service.

Skills Training
Regulated by
i

Only qualifications (e.g. GCSE) need to be regulated. Qualifications are regulated by a Governmental department such as Ofqaul. If a course does not confer a qualification then it does not have a regulating body so we mark these as 'Not Applicable or N/A'. Note that CPD is not a qualification so does not have a regulatory body. The CPD Certification Service is not a qualification or exam regulatory body but an independent accreditation organisation.

N/A
Exam
Yes

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