We are able to offer this course on an instalment plan for the benefit of learners. (Terms and conditions apply)

Please see below for details about the course and the payment plan.

The Care Certificate is a set of standards that social care and health workers stick to in their daily working life.

It is the new minimum standards that should be covered as part of induction training of new care workers. Our care certificate course is fully accredited by TQUK and is equivalent to the Level 2 qualification in Health and Social Care.
The course applies across social care and health links to National Occupational Standards and units in qualifications covers what is needed to be caring – giving workers a good basis from which they can develop their knowledge and skills.

Flexible payment options for learners – You have the option of paying the full discounted fee of £400 in one go or opt for our subscriptions of £100 per month for four months – please see below for details.

To set up the instalment plan for this course, you need to make an initial deposit of £100 and then set up a direct debit for the 3 balance payments of £100 each. Please note that access to the course would only be given upon making the deposit of £100 and further paymemts via direct debit.

Please note that if your direct debit payment fails on your bank account, access to the course will be revoked and a reconnection fee will apply.

You would need to fill out the direct debit mandate by clicking the button below and send it to us for processing.

You will need to pay the £100 deposit by clicking on the ‘Add to Cart’ button below.



Who is it for?

The course is fully online and is designed for care administrators or care workers who are working full time and don’t have the time to go back to college. It gives everyone the confidence that workers have the same induction – learning the same skills, knowledge and behaviours to provide compassionate, safe and high quality care and support.

The Care Certificate is the start of the career journey and is only one element of the training and education that will make them ready to practice within their specific sector.

Although the Care Certificate is designed for new staff, it also offers opportunities for existing staff to refresh or improve their knowledge.

For CQC regulated providers, the Care Certificate is expected of care workers joining health and social care since April 2015. The CQC Inspector Briefing highlights how they look for evidence in their inspections.

The standards

Understand your role
Your personal development
Duty of care
Equality and diversity
Work in a person centred way
Privacy and dignity
Fluids and nutrition
Awareness of mental health, dementia and learning disabilities
Safeguarding adults
Safeguarding children
Basic life support
Health and safety
Handling information
Infection prevention and control