Our Care and Support courses are delivered by distance learning so they can fit in with your lifestyle, but you will also get 121 support from your dedicated tutor (if required). You can work at your own pace and take ownership of when, where and how you study. Each course will take approximately 5 months to complete. After completion you will have the option to progress into higher education or we might be able to help you get some industry experience.
Our Courses Include:
✓ No hidden costs – certificates, resources, support and more included
✓ Advanced Learner Loan available with no credit checks needed
✓ Learn from your own home, in your own time
✓ One to one Tutor support available via phone or email
It’s important to our communities that we have people like you to support us. The industry is growing at rapid rate and Care and Support qualifications are highly valued by employers. Here’s some reasons why:
If you are aged 19 or over, have lived in the UK for at least three years and have not had a loan for the same qualification type, you may qualify for the advanced learner loan. Your household income isn’t taken into account and there’s no credit check.
Don’t be afraid of applying for the loan, here’s some reasons that will give you peace of mind:
Any outstanding balance is automatically written off 30 years after your scheduled qualification end date. Our Care and Support courses can be fully funded by your Advanced Learner Loan. But if you do leave or change course after two weeks or more, you’ll have to pay back any money.
We have everything you need to start shaping your future. We will help you apply for the loan and promise to equip you with the skills you need to succeed in the care industry.
You might choose one of the following direct care roles:
Activities worker: You’ll organise social activities for people who need care and support, including trips out, entertainment and supporting people to take part.
Care worker: You’ll support people with all aspects of their day to day living, including social and physical activities, personal care, mobility and meal times.
Personal assistant: You’ll support an individual to live as independently as possible, usually in their own home or in the community.
Rehabilitation worker: You’ll support people to live independently, often following an illness or accident, and help them access support with housing, finance, social activities and life skills such as cooking or budgeting.
Shared lives carer: You’ll open up your home and family life to include someone who needs care and support. They might come and live with you all the time or be a daytime visitor for a few hours a week.
Advocacy worker: You’ll support vulnerable people to have their voice heard and ensure that their best interests are taken into consideration when decisions are being made about their lives.
Or you might choose to further your education onto Level 4 or a degree to go into a management role or a regulated professional role such as a Social Worker, Therapist or Nurse.
Your options are endless!
Begin by browsing our portfolio of Care and Support Courses listed above that are available to study under an Advanced Learner Loan.
Once you have selected the course you would like to study register your interest below and your dedicated tutor will then be in touch.