Care Certificate assessor training is designed to ensure that healthcare managers are prepared to effectively evaluate the progress of their team as they complete essential training modules.
A key benefit of completing your assessor training online is that you can learn flexibly, without infringing on your work schedule. This training also offers guidance on staff evaluation, and the types of questions you can ask to accurately estimate an individual’s level of understanding.
This means you can further your own understanding of the required training, and offer constructive support to your team as they learn. In addition you will be able to identify whether any of your employees require additional training, or adjustments to their learning strategy. Included with these assessor training materials are templates for recording staff progress, and guidance on planning and carrying out assessments.
Our assessor training resources also include face-to-face workshops and classroom-based training, so you can adapt your training programme to the needs of your staff. Browse below for our full range of courses, or use the search bar and filters to refine the list according to your requirements.Read More Read Less
The toolkit is broken down into modules to ensure each of the 15 Care Certificate Standards are covered, allowing learners to gain the essential knowledge whilst allowing the opportunity to experience the different scenarios within the workplace. Covering 13/ 15 Care Certificate Standards.
The one-day Care Certificate Assessor training course will enable participants to develop the knowledge and confidence to successfully undertake their role and make clear and consistent assessment decisions.
The Care Certificate Assessor Course is for Registered Managers, Trainers and experienced staff. No previous assessor experience is necessary. The two days of training are split to allow time to use the skills developed on day one before evaluating the performance as part of day two.
You will cover all the essential principles and practices of training assessment and quality assurance, including assessing competence and achievement.
You will learn in the work environment.
Assessment methods include observation, witness testimony, interview and discussion, oral and questioning
Target Group: Anyone wishing to undertake teaching, training or learning tasks relevant to their own training or teaching situations. This qualification is formally known as PTLLS.
Employees required to undertake manual handling within their workplace.
Pre-Course requirements: Students should normally have at least a Level 3 (i.e A Level/Btech equivalent) qualification in the subject they wish to teach and have a reasonable command of English, Numeracy and IT.