Disability Awareness for care workers course aims to build on your understanding of disability and any experience you may have in this area of work. The course will suggest lots of ideas about how you may be able to help support disabled people in the care environment.
The course is suitable for staff who may be working in a variety of settings. It will be useful whether you are employed in a health or social care setting, a community or an education setting or whether you work in a paid or voluntary role.
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TrainMii have teamed up with several disability organisations to provide the content for disability awareness training. We are confident that our training is the best and complete the course you will gain confidence around disability.
We aim to remove the barriers of social interaction, avoidance due to lack of knowledge and negative attitudes of disability and positively encourage the celebration of inclusion and diversity of disabled people in our society.
The care sector may have a high turnover of staff, but that is no excuse for not having staff trained in disability awareness. Our training now has specific designated business sectors and this course is for care staff. We give an insight into some possible scenarios and have bespoke dos and don’ts.
The Care Quality Commission said it will be investigating standards of home care in England and this will include levels of training and the diversity of courses taken. The guidance requires that all care staff receive ‘appropriate training’ They are providing their staff with the knowledge and skills to be excellent carers, to enable them to play a fundamental role in enhancing the physical and mental wellbeing of the people in their care.
Regulations state that new care staff must be clearly briefed on the objectives of the care organisation for which they will be working and on the services it provides. This is in particular appropriate to new recruits and people returning to the sector. A basic understanding of impairment, social interaction and legal requirements. Nine months into their work with a quality organisation, the carer is ready to be enrolled on an apprenticeship programme and this will go into more in depth knowledge and understanding around disability .
So why does this Training does matter. It is important for care workers to know how to engage with all members of the public especially those who are more vulnerable than others, including those with disabilities. We set out the higher level learning requirements for security staff.
This course will help when working with disabled people by teaching you simple hints and tips in a fun interactive online training.
The course is based on the social model of disability and challenges the attitudes, perceptions, and expectations of both disabled people and society as a whole in relation to disability.
Completing this training aims to remove the embarrassment of social interaction when working with disabled people by building your confidence and teaching you simple communication tips in a relaxed way via interactive learning.
The training covers all areas of disability:
- Physical impairments
- Deaf, deaf and hard of hearing
- Blind and Visual impairments
- Hidden disabilities
- learning impairments
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