Expectations and Responsibilities of the Observer in a Health and Wellbeing Setting (Micro-credential)
Kalandra Education Group Limited
Community Client Care
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Applicants must be:
- At least 17 years of age
- Working in a health and wellbeing setting or other roles where the learner is able to utilise their support role as part of a multidisciplinary team for vulnerable clients.
- Able to study at Level 4 - either having previously completed a qualification at level 3 or above, or the provision of a testimony from a current or past employer, or tertiary organisation.
- Applicants must also have access to a device and the internet.
About the course
What can I expect out of this qualification?
The aim of the Expectations and Responsibilities of the Observer in a Health and Wellbeing Setting micro-credential is to:
- Provide opportunities for learners to explore the roles and responsibilities associated with intensive client observation in a health and wellbeing setting
- Provide learners with the skills and knowledge to be effective in undertaking the role of the observer within their scope of practice and to implement caring practice while supporting the client
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Ian Campbell Scholarship
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Determined annually by the Trustees
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