Equality, Diversity and Human Rights for Homecare (Domiciliary Care) - Level 1

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    Equality, Diversity and Human Rights for Homecare (Domiciliary Care) - Level 1 | Online Training Course | CPDUK Accredited

    Course Duration

    80 minutes

    CPD Hours

    2 hours

    Accreditation

    CPD Certification Service

    Certification

    CPD Certificate

    Certificate Validity

    3 years

    Who is the course for?

    This equality, diversity and human rights for homecare online course is for homecare (domiciliary care) workers. It is ideal for those seeking to understand and apply equality, diversity, and human rights principles in their daily interactions and care practices.

    Course content

    This online equality, diversity and human rights course for homecare covers the following:

    Introduction:

    • Overview of the course structure, including key sections on equality, diversity, and human rights.

    Section 1- Understanding key concepts:

    • Introduces the fundamentals of equality, diversity, and human rights, emphasising the need for inclusive practices to ensure fair treatment in homecare.

    Section 2 - Legislation and policy framework:

    • Explores the Equality Act 2010 and Human Rights Act 1998, detailing the protected characteristics and legal safeguards essential for preventing discrimination. Additional relevant legislation, such as the Health and Safety at Work Act and the Care Quality Commission (CQC) roles, are also discussed.

    Section 3 - Promoting an inclusive environment:

    • Describes strategies to foster an inclusive setting, adapting physical and cultural elements to meet the diverse needs of all service users.

    Section 4 - Challenging discrimination and prejudice:

    • Equips participants with the skills to identify, address, and prevent discriminatory practices using real-life scenarios and case studies. Includes guidance on implementing whistleblowing policies effectively.

    Practical application and assessment:

    • Interactive videos illustrate typical scenarios in homecare, complemented by assessments to evaluate learners' understanding and application of the course content.

    Summary and end-of-course assessment:

    • Summarise the key points covered and evaluate learners through a final assessment to reinforce their readiness to advocate for and maintain equality, diversity, and human rights in their roles.

          Course aims

          The aims of this online equality, diversity and human rights for homecare course are to:

          • Introduce learners to equality, diversity, human rights legislation, and regulations relevant to homecare settings.
          • Increase awareness of discrimination and the need to ensure inclusive practice in homecare environments.

                Learning objectives

                This equality, diversity and human rights for homecare elearning course will:

                • Introduce and explain key concepts of equality, diversity, and human rights, and discuss their relevance and application in homecare settings to build a foundational understanding.
                • Delve into the specifics of the Equality Act 2010 and the Human Rights Act 1998, detailing how these laws protect against discrimination and what they require of homecare providers.
                • Incorporate strategies for creating and maintaining an inclusive environment that accommodates the diverse needs of all service users, including physical, cultural, and accessibility adjustments.
                • Use case studies and real-life scenarios to demonstrate how to challenge and address discrimination and prejudice in the workplace effectively.
                • Incorporate interactive content and assessments to ensure that participants can apply what they have learned in practical, real-world homecare situations.
                • Provide access to a wide range of resources for further learning and ongoing professional development in equality, diversity, and human rights standards.

                        Learning outcomes

                        On completion of this equality diversity and human rights for homecare elearning course, learners will be able to:

                        • Learn how the terms equality, diversity, and human rights are applied to home care settings.
                        • Understand how a proactive, inclusive approach to equality, diversity and human rights can be promoted.
                        • Understand the purpose and benefits of monitoring equality and health inequalities.
                        • Understand the benefits of an effective approach to equality, diversity, and human rights on society, organisations and individuals.
                        • Understand how legislation, organisational policies and processes can empower individuals to act appropriately and understand people's rights.
                        • Know how to treat everyone with dignity, courtesy and respect.
                        • Know how to use organisational whistleblowing policies and procedures and any other relevant policies if there are equality and diversity concerns.

                        Accreditation and Certification

                        This CPD-accredited equality, diversity, and human rights e-learning course for homecare is externally peer-reviewed and accredited by the CPD Certification Service. Upon completion, participants will earn a CPD certificate valid for three years.

                        The course meets comprehensive compliance requirements set by the Care Quality Commission (CQC), Regulatory and Quality Improvement Authority (RQIA) and Care Inspectorates (Wales and Scotland), Skills for Care Core and Mandatory Training Framework and the UK Core Skills Training Framework (CSTF) and other UK health and social care regulatory bodies.

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                        Why is the course important?

                        Understanding and implementing equality, diversity, and human rights in homecare not only complies with legal and ethical standards but also enhances service quality and workplace culture. This course equips learners with the knowledge and skills to promote an inclusive environment, ensuring that care services are fair, respectful, and accessible.

                        The aims, objectives, and learning outcomes of this course align with the UK Core Skills Training Framework (CSTF) and fulfil the requirements set by the CQC and other regulatory bodies, ensuring comprehensive compliance and high training standards.

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