This course is designed for those who work in a health care environment.  It aims to encourage improved care delivery, in relation to ‘Dignity’, to vulnerable individuals in a variety of care settings.

About This Course

Throughout the course, learners will be expected to participate in group activities. On successful completion of this course delegates will be issued with a certificate.

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Learning Outcomes
  • Understand the key legislation relating to dignity and respect
  • Care practise- factors that challenge
  • Recognise the dignity factors
  • Help service users to make choices
  • Understand the importance of risk assessment and mitigation
  • Know the importance of whistleblowing and dignity
  • Deliver person-centred care
  • Course Duration
    2.5 hours
    Maxiumum Participants
    15 people
    Certificate Type
    Valid for 1 year
    Cost
    Our courses are competitively priced. Please get in touch to discuss your requirements.

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    Dignity In Care

    Would you like to know more?

    Please get in touch today to discuss your training needs. The Dignity In Care covers the following learning outcomes:
    • Understand the key legislation relating to dignity and respect
    • Care practise- factors that challenge
    • Recognise the dignity factors
    • Help service users to make choices
    • Understand the importance of risk assessment and mitigation
    • Know the importance of whistleblowing and dignity
    • Deliver person-centred care