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About City Guilds, City Guilds is the UK s leading provider of vocational qualifications offering over 500 awards. across a wide range of industries and progressing from entry level to the highest levels of. professional achievement With over 8500 centres in 100 countries City Guilds is recognised by. employers worldwide for providing qualifications that offer proof of the skills they need to get the. City Guilds Group, The City Guilds Group is a leader in global skills development Our purpose is to help people and. organisations to develop their skills for personal and economic growth Made up of City Guilds. City Guilds Kineo The Oxford Group and ILM we work with education providers businesses and. governments in over 100 countries,Equal opportunities. City Guilds fully supports the principle of equal opportunities and we are committed to satisfying. this principle in all our activities and published material A copy of our equal opportunities policy. statement is available on our website, The content of this document is unless otherwise indicated The City and Guilds of London. Institute and may not be copied reproduced or distributed without prior written consent. However approved City Guilds centres and candidates studying for City Guilds qualifications. may photocopy this document free of charge and or include a PDF version of it on centre intranets. on the following conditions, centre staff may copy the material only for the purpose of teaching candidates working towards.
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centresupport cityandguilds com,Level 3 Diploma in Health and. Social Care Adults for England,Qualification handbook for centres. Related Qualifications Number QAN, Level 2 Diploma in Health Social Care Adults for England 4222 21 501 1306 9. Level 2 Diploma in Health Social Care Adults for Wales and 4222 22 501 1260 0. Northern Ireland, Level 3 in Health and Social Care Adults for Wales and Northern 4222 32 501 1200 4. Level 3 in Health and Social Care Children and Young People for 4222 33 501 1201 6. Wales and Northern Ireland,Version and date Change detail Section.
1 1 January 2012 Further guidance added 1Error Reference source. 2 October 2012 Additional units added the optional group B Units. and C Units 4222 656 4222 658 4222,660 4222 664 4222 665 4222 668. 4222 669 4222 677 4222 679 4222 633,4222 635 4222 640 4222 642 4222 644. 4222 652 4222 653 4222 659 4222 661,4222 663 4222 672 4222 673 4222. 675 4222 680 4222 217 4222 220 4222,683 4222 684, 2 1 3 December 2012 2 units moved from section C to B 1 1 Qualification Structure. 2 1 January 2013 Unit 648 added to Option C in the Structure Introduction to the. qualification, 2 2 August 2013 Minor formatting corrections Whole document.
3 0 December 2013 Added guidance on apprenticeship 1 3 Apprenticeships. requirements for Health, 4 0 November 2014 Units 605 and 606 added to the structure Qualification structure. 5 0 January 2016 Unit 604 added to the structure table Introduction to the. qualification, 6 0 February 2017 Removed Unit 267 Structure Units. Deleted phone numbers Useful contacts and opening,Updated Group statement pages. 6 1 August 2017 Added GLH and TQT details Introduction to the units. Removed QCF Throughout, Level 3 Diploma in Health and Social Care Adults for England 4222 31 1. City Guilds,Believe you can,www cityandguilds com, 2 Level 3 Diploma in Health and Social Care Adults for England 4222 31.
1 Introduction to the qualification 9,1 1 Qualification structure 9. 1 2 Further Guidance 22,1 3 Apprenticeships Additional Requirements 26. 2 Centre requirements 28,2 1 Centre approval 28,2 2 Role requirements 28. 2 3 Candidate entry requirements 30,3 Course design and delivery 31. 3 1 Initial assessment and induction 31,3 2 Recommended delivery strategies 31.
4 Assessment 32,4 1 Summary of assessment methods 32. 4 2 Observation requirements 32,4 3 Assignments 33. 4 4 Evidence requirements 33,4 5 Recording forms 34. 4 6 Recognition of prior learning RPL 34,5 Units 36. Unit 4222 301 Promote communication in health social care or children s and young. people s settings SHC 31 37, Unit 4222 302 Engage in personal development in health social care or children s and.
young people s settings SHC 32 40, Unit 4222 303 Promote equality and inclusion in health social care or children s and. young people s settings SHC 33 43, Unit 4222 304 Principles for implementing duty of care SHC 34 46. Unit 4222 205 Principles of safeguarding and protection in health and social care HSC. Unit 4222 206 The role of the health and social care worker HSC 025 52. Unit 4222 305 Promote person centred approaches in health and social care HSC 036. Unit 4222 306 Promote and implement health and safety in health and social care HSC. Unit 4222 307 Promote good practice in handling information in health and social care. settings HSC 038 63, Unit 4222 601 Purpose and principles of Independent Advocacy Advo 301 66. Unit 4222 618 Understand mental well being and mental health promotion CMH 301 69. Unit 4222 619 Understand mental health problems CMH 302 72. Unit 4222 365 Understand the process and experience of dementia DEM 301 75. Unit 4222 368 Understand the administration of medication to individuals with. dementia using a person centred approach DEM 305 78. Level 3 Diploma in Health and Social Care Adults for England 4222 31 3. Unit 4222 369 Understand the role of communication and interactions with individuals. who have dementia DEM 308 81, Unit 4222 370 Understand the diversity of individuals with dementia and the. importance of inclusion DEM 310 85, Unit 4222 402 Understand theories of relationships and social networks HSC 3021 88.
Unit 4222 330 Introduction to personalisation in social care HSC 3046 90. Unit 4222 264 The principles of infection prevention and control IC 01 93. Unit 4222 265 Causes and spread of infection IC 02 96. Unit 4222 266 Cleaning decontamination and waste management IC 03 98. Unit 4222 245 Understand the context of supporting individuals with learning. disabilities LD 201 100, Unit 4222 249 Principles of supporting an individual to maintain personal hygiene LD. Unit 4222 375 Understand positive risk taking for individuals with disabilities LD 305. Unit 4222 376 Principles of supporting individuals with a learning disability regarding. sexuality and sexual health LD 307 111, Unit 4222 378 Understand how to support individuals with autistic spectrum conditions. LD 310 114, Unit 4222 380 Principles of supporting young people with a disability to make the. transition into adulthood LD 311K 118, Unit 4222 382 Principles of self directed support LD 314K 122. Unit 4222 385 Understand physical disability PD OP 3 1 125. Unit 4222 387 Understand the impact of Acquired Brain Injury on individuals PD OP 3 3. Unit 4222 393 Understand sensory loss SS MU 3 1 132. Unit 4222 394 Understand models of disability SS OP 3 1 135. Unit 4222 602 Providing Independent Advocacy support Advo 302 137. Unit 4222 603 Maintaining the Independent Advocacy relationship Advo 303 141. Unit 4222 604 Responding to the advocacy needs of different groups of people Advo. Unit 4222 605 Recognise indications of substance misuse and refer individuals to. specialists ASM1 148, Unit 4222 606 Support individuals who are substance users ASM3 150.
Unit 4222 607 Identify and act upon immediate risk of danger to substance misusers. Unit 4222 608 Provide services to those affected by someone else s substance use. Unit 4222 609 Increase awareness about drugs alcohol or other substances with. individuals and groups ASM8 157,Unit 4222 610 Test for substance use ASM9 160. Unit 4222 611 Carry out initial assessments to identify and prioritise the needs of. substance misusers ASM11 162, Unit 4222 612 Carry out comprehensive substance misuse assessment ASM12 165. Unit 4222 613 Assist with the transfer of individuals who misuse substances between. agencies and services ASM15 168, Unit 4222 614 Support individuals through detoxification programmes ASM18 171. 4 Level 3 Diploma in Health and Social Care Adults for England 4222 31. Unit 4222 615 Develop and sustain effective working relationships with staff in other. agencies ASM24 174, Unit 4222 616 Administer medication to individuals and monitor the effects ASM34. Unit 4222 617 Supply and exchange injecting equipment for individuals ASM35 179. Unit 4222 366 Understand and meet the nutritional requirements of individuals with. dementia DEM 302 182, Unit 4222 367 Enable rights and choices of individuals with dementia whilst minimising.
risks DEM 304 185, Unit 4222 371 Understand and enable positive interaction and communication with. individuals who have dementia DEM 312 189, Unit 4222 372 Equality diversity and inclusion in dementia care practice DEM 313 192. Unit 4222 212 Provide support to manage pain and discomfort HSC 2003 195. Unit 4222 226 Gain access to the homes of individuals deal with emergencies and. ensure security on departure HSC 2019 198, Unit 4222 229 Undertake agreed pressure area care HSC 2024 202. Unit 4222 232 Move and position individuals in accordance with their plan of care HSC. Unit 4222 309 Contribute to raising awareness of health issues HSC 3001 210. Unit 4222 310 Provide support to continue recommended therapies HSC 3002 213. Unit 4222 311 Provide support to maintain and develop skills for everyday life HSC. Unit 4222 312 Facilitate learning and development activities to meet individual needs. and preferences HSC 3004 219, Unit 4222 401 Support the development of community partnerships HSC 3007 223. Unit 4222 313 Implement therapeutic group activities HSC 3008 227. Unit 4222 314 Support individuals to develop and run support groups HSC 3010 230. Unit 4222 315 Prepare to support individuals within a shared lives arrangement HSC. Unit 4222 316 Support individuals to access and use services and facilities HSC 3013. Unit 4222 317 Provide support for individuals within a shared lives arrangement HSC. Unit 4222 318 Support individuals in their relationships HSC 3019 243. Unit 4222 319 Facilitate person centred assessment planning implementation and. review HSC 3020 246, Unit 4222 320 Support individuals to live at home HSC 3022 250.
Unit 4222 321 Support individuals to manage their finances HSC 3023 253. Unit 4222 403 Support individuals to access and manage direct payments HSC 3024. Unit 4222 322 Support individuals to access housing and accommodation services HSC. Unit 4222 323 Support individuals to deal with personal relationship problems HSC. Unit 4222 324 Support individuals with specific communication needs HSC 3029 267. Unit 4222 325 Support individuals during a period of change HSC 3033 271. Level 3 Diploma in Health and Social Care Adults for England 4222 31 5. Unit 4222 326 Support individuals to prepare for and settle in to new home. environments HSC 3034 274, Unit 4222 327 Support individuals who are bereaved HSC 3035 277. Unit 4222 328 Work in partnership with families to support individuals HSC 3038 281. Unit 4222 329 Promote positive behaviour HSC 3045 285. Unit 4222 331 Support use of medication in social care settings HSC 3047 289. Unit 4222 332 Support individuals at the end of life HSC 3048 293. Unit 4222 236 Prepare environments and resources for use during healthcare activities. HSC 3049 297, Unit 4222 333 Prepare for and carry out extended feeding techniques HSC 3050 299. Unit 4222 334 Undertake tissue viability risk assessments HSC 3051 303. Unit 4222 335 Undertake physiological measurements HSC 3052 305. Unit 4222 336 Obtain venous blood samples HSC 3053 309. Unit 4222 337 Undertake urethral catheterisation processes HSC 3054 313. Unit 4222 404 Identify the physical health needs of individuals with mental health. needs and plan appropriate actions HSC 3055 317, Unit 4222 338 Support families in maintaining relationships in their wider social. structures HSC 3056 321, Unit 4222 405 Work with families carers and individuals during times of crisis HSC. Unit 4222 339 Enable individuals with behavioural difficulties to develop strategies to. change their behaviour HSC 3058 326, Unit 4222 340 Help individuals address their substance use through an action plan HSC.
Unit 4222 341 Interact with and support individuals using telecommunications HSC. Unit 4222 406 Implement the Positive Behavioural Support model HSC 3065 336. Unit 4222 342 Support positive risk taking for individuals HSC 3066 342. Unit 4222 250 Support individuals to maintain personal hygiene LD 206 C 346. Unit 4222 373 Support person centred thinking and planning LD 302 349. Unit 4222 374 Promote active support LD 303 353, Unit 4222 377 Support individuals with a learning disability to access healthcare LD. Unit 4222 379 Support young people with a disability to make the transition into. adulthood LD 311 C 360, Unit 4222 381 Support parents with disabilities LD 312 364. Unit 4222 383 Support individuals with self directed support LD 314 C 368. Unit 4222 386 Work with other professionals and agencies to support individuals with. physical disability PD OP 3 2 372, Unit 4222 388 Support families who are affected by Acquired Brain Injury PD OP 3 4. Unit 4222 389 Support families who have a child with a disability PD OP 3 5 378. Unit 4222 395 Promote effective communication with individuals with sensory loss SS. OP 3 2 381, Unit 4222 396 Support individuals with multiple conditions and or disabilities SS OP. Unit 4222 408 Support individuals in the use of assistive technology SS OP 3 4 388. 6 Level 3 Diploma in Health and Social Care Adults for England 4222 31. Unit 4222 397 Support the assessment of individuals with sensory loss SS OP 3 5 391. Unit 4222 398 Support the promotion of awareness of sensory loss SS OP 3 6 394. Unit 4222 409 Support individuals to access education training or employment SS OP. Unit 4222 399 Enable individuals to negotiate environments SS OP 3 8 401. Unit 4222 633 Contribute to effective team working in health and social care or children. and young people s settings HSC 3074 404, Unit 4222 635 Support individuals with autistic spectrum conditions LD 315 408.
Unit 4222 640 Support individuals to stay safe from harm or abuse HSC 3067 412. Unit 4222 642 Provide support to adults who have experienced harm or abuse HSC. Unit 4222 644 Supporting infection prevention and control in social care IC 301 419. Unit 4222 648 Assess the needs of carers and families HSC 3070 424. Unit 4222 652 Support people who are providing homes to individuals LM 509 428. Unit 4222 653 Support individuals to be part of a community HSC 3071 431. Unit 4222 656 Understand the factors affecting older people HSC 3072 434. Unit 4222 658 Understand how to provide support when working in end of life care. EOL 301 437, Unit 4222 659 Managing symptoms in end of life care EOL 302 441. Unit 4222 660 Understand Advance Care Planning EOL 303 445. Unit 4222 661 Support the spiritual wellbeing of individuals EOL 304 448. Unit 4222 662 Supporting individuals with loss and grief before death EOL 305 451. Unit 4222 663 Support individuals during the last days of life EOL 306 454. Unit 4222 664 Understand how to support individuals during the last days of life EOL. Unit 4222 665 End of life and dementia care EOL 308 463. Unit 4222 668 Stroke Awareness SCM 201 466, Unit 4222 669 Understand Stroke Care Management SCM 301 469. Unit 4222 672 Promote nutrition and hydration in health and social care settings FSN. Unit 4222 673 Promote nutrition and hydration in early years and childcare settings. FSN 302 480, Unit 4222 675 Develop professional supervision practice in health and social care or. children and young people s work settings LM2c 485. Unit 4222 677 Understand the Effects of Ageing in Activity Provision ACT 304 489. Unit 4222 678 Understanding and Enabling Assisting and Moving Individuals MH 203. Unit 4222 679 Diabetes Awareness DIB 201 497, Unit 4222 680 Coordination of Activity Provision in Social Care ACT 301 501. Unit 4222 217 Provide support for journeys HSC 2008 504. Unit 4222 220 Support individuals who are distressed HSC 2012 507. Unit 4222 683 Facilitate the development of effective group practice in health and. social care or children and young people s settings O20c 510. Unit 4222 684 Manage induction in health and social care or children and young. people s settings O35 514,Appendix 1 Sources of general information 518.
Level 3 Diploma in Health and Social Care Adults for England 4222 31 7. City Guilds,Believe you can,www cityandguilds com, 8 Level 3 Diploma in Health and Social Care Adults for England 4222 31. 1 Introduction to the qualification, This document contains the information that centres need to offer the following qualification. Qualification title and level Level 3 Diploma in Health and Social Care. City Guilds qualification number 4222 31,Qualification accreditation number 501 1194 2. Last registration certification date See the online catalogue Walled Garden for last dates. This qualification is to guide and assess the development of knowledge and skills relating to the. health and social care workforce This qualification confirms competence in these areas for roles. Care assistants support workers key workers in residential settings. Healthcare assistants support workers in community and primary care environments. Healthcare assistants support workers in acute health environments. Care assistants support workers key workers in domiciliary services. Care assistants support workers key workers in day services. Support workers in supported living projects, Community based care assistants support workers key workers including those working in. specialist areas eg dementia learning disabilities. Personal assistants employed directly by the individual they support or their families. Emerging new types of workers and multidisciplinary health roles crossing traditional service. barriers and delivery models, It is anticipated that learners will progress to Level 5 qualifications for management or senior.
practitioner roles in Health Social Care or to specialist qualifications reflecting the context in. which they work,1 1 Qualification structure, To achieve the Level 3 Diploma in Health and Social Care Adults for England 4222 31 Learners. must achieve a minimum of 58 credits To do this they must achieve. Generic Pathway,28 credits from the mandatory units in Group A. a minimum of 2 credits and a maximum of 7 credits from the optional units in Group B. at least 23 credits from the optional units in Group C. Dementia Pathway,28 credits from the mandatory units in Group A. a minimum of 2 credits and a maximum of 7 credits from the optional units in Group B but must. complete DEM 301 Understand the process and experience of dementia. at least 23 credits from the optional units in Group C but one of the following must be. completed DEM 304 DEM 312 or DEM 313, Level 3 Diploma in Health and Social Care Adults for England 4222 31 9. Adults with Learning Disabilities Pathway,28 credits from the mandatory units in Group A.
a minimum of 2 credits and a maximum of 7 credits from the optional units in Group B but must. complete LD 201 Understand the context of supporting and individual with learning. disabilities, at least 23 credits from the optional units in Group C but one of the following must be. completed LD 302 LD 303, The table below illustrates the unit titles the unit accreditation number UAN the credit value of. each unit and if a unit is mandatory or optional It also shows any excluded combination of units. UAN City Unit Unit title Mandatory Unit Credit Excluded. Guilds optional for level value combination,unit full of units. number qualification,J 601 1434 4222 301 SHC31 Promote Mandatory 3 3. communication in Group A,health social care,or children s and.
young people s,A 601 1429 4222 302 SHC32 Engage in Mandatory 3 3. personal Group A,development in,health social care. or children s and,young people s, Y 601 1437 4222 303 SHC33 Promote equality Mandatory 3 2. and inclusion in Group A,health social care,or children s and. young people s, R 601 1436 4222 304 SHC34 Principles for Mandatory 3 1.
implementing duty Group A,of care in health,social care or. children s and,young people s, A 601 8574 4222 205 HSC Principles of Mandatory 2 3. 024 safeguarding and Group A,protection in,health and social. J 601 8576 4222 206 HSC The role of the Mandatory 2 2. 025 health and social Group A,care worker, Y 601 8145 4222 305 HSC Promote person Mandatory 3 6. 036 centred Group A,approaches in,health and social.
10 Level 3 Diploma in Health and Social Care Adults for England 4222 31. UAN City Unit Unit title Mandatory Unit Credit Excluded. Guilds optional for level value combination,unit full of units. number qualification,F 601 8138 4222 306 HSC Promote and Mandatory 3 6. 037 implement health Group A,and safety in,health and social. J 601 9470 4222 307 HSC Promote good Mandatory 3 2. 038 practice in Group A,information in,health and social. care settings,M 502 3146 4222 601 ADVO Purpose and Optional 3 4.
301 principles of Group B,Independent,F 602 0097 4222 618 CMH30 Understand Optional 3 3. 1 mental well being Group B,and mental health,J 602 0103 4222 619 CMH30 Understand Optional 3 3. 2 mental health Group B, J 601 3538 4222 365 DEM Understand the Optional 3 3. 301 process and Group B,experience of, K 601 9199 4222 368 DEM Understand the Optional 3 2. 305 administration of Group B,medication to,individuals with.
dementia using a,person centred, L 601 3539 4222 369 DEM Understand the Optional 3 3 Barred unit. 308 role of Group B Y 601 4693,communication DEM 312. and interactions,with individuals, Y 601 3544 4222 370 DEM Understand the Optional 3 3 Barred unit. 310 diversity of Group B F 601 4686,individuals with DEM 313. dementia and the,importance of,Y 601 8579 4222 402 HSC Understand Optional 4 3.
3021 theories of Group B,relationships and,social networks. Level 3 Diploma in Health and Social Care Adults for England 4222 31 11. UAN City Unit Unit title Mandatory Unit Credit Excluded. Guilds optional for level value combination,unit full of units. number qualification, K 601 9493 4222 330 HSC Introduction to Optional 3 3. 3046 personalisation in Group B,social care, L 501 6737 4222 264 IC01 The principles of Optional 2 3. Infection Group B,Prevention and,H 501 7103 4222 265 IC02 Causes and Optional 2 2.
Spread of Infection Group B,R 501 6738 4222 266 IC03 Cleaning Optional 2 2. Decontamination Group B,Management, K 601 5315 4222 245 LD 201 Understand the Optional 2 4. context of Group B,supporting,individuals with,disabilities. H 601 5703 4222 249 LD 206 Principles of Optional 2 1 Barred unit. supporting an Group B K 601 9963,individual to LD 206 C. maintain personal, J 601 6293 4222 375 LD 305 Understand Optional 3 3 Barred unit.
positive risk taking Group B L 601 9549,for individuals with HSC 3066. disabilities, A 601 6274 4222 376 LD 307 Principles of Optional 3 3. supporting Group B,individuals with a,learning disability. sexuality and,sexual health, T 601 5317 4222 378 LD 310 Understand how Optional 3 3. to support Group B,individuals with,autistic spectrum.
conditions, M 601 7227 4222 380 LD 311K Principles of Optional 3 3 Barred unit. supporting young Group B F 602 0049,people with a LD 311C. disability to make,the transition into, M 601 7048 4222 382 LD 314K Principles of self Optional 3 3 Barred unit. directed support Group B J 602 0053,J 601 6150 4222 385 PD OP Understand Optional 3 3. 3 1 Physical Disability Group B, 12 Level 3 Diploma in Health and Social Care Adults for England 4222 31.
UAN City Unit Unit title Mandatory Unit Credit Excluded. Guilds optional for level value combination,unit full of units. number qualification, Y 601 6167 4222 387 PD OP Understand the Optional 3 3. 3 3 impact of Group B,Acquired Brain,individuals,M 601 3467 4222 393 SS MU Understand Optional 3 3. 3 1 Sensory Loss Group B,F 601 3473 4222 394 SS OP Understand Optional 3 3. 3 1 Models of Group B,Disability, D 504 2243 4222 656 HSC Understand the Optional 3 2.
3072 factors affecting Group B,older people, Y 503 8689 4222 658 EOL 301 Understand how Optional 3 4. to provide support Group B,when working in,end of life care. A 503 8135 4222 660 EOL 303 Understand Optional 3 3. Advance Care Group B, J 503 8137 4222 664 EOL 307 Understand how Optional 3 3 Barred with. to support Group B EOL 306,individuals during,the last days of life. F 503 8704 4222 665 EOL 308 End of Life and Optional 3 2. dementia care Group B, F 503 7150 4222 668 SCM Stroke Awareness Optional 2 3.
201 Group B, J 503 7165 4222 669 SCM Understand Stroke Optional 3 4. 301 Care Management Group B, T 502 7599 4222 677 ACT Understand the Optional 3 2. 304 Effects of Ageing Group B,in Activity, K 502 7583 4222 678 MH 203 Understanding Optional 2 4. and Enabling Group B,Assisting and,Moving Individuals. D 503 1839 4222 679 DIB 201 Diabetes Optional 3 6,Awareness Group B.
Level 3 Diploma in Health and Social Care Adults for England 4222 31 13.

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