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Vocational Education in Health Care. Kohtla-Jarve Campus Tallin Health College May 2010. European Qualifications Framework. Aims to develop a European-wide workforce that is mobile and flexible and to aid lifelong learning Facilitates moving between countries in Europe

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Vocational education in health care

Vocational Education in Health Care

Kohtla-Jarve Campus

Tallin Health College

May 2010

European qualifications framework
European Qualifications Framework

  • Aims to develop a European-wide workforce that is mobile and flexible and to aid lifelong learning

  • Facilitates moving between countries in Europe

  • Enables comparisons between qualifications in different countries

Qualifications and credit framework in the uk
Qualifications and Credit Framework in the UK

  • Flexible way of recognising and rewarding skills and qualifications

  • All units and qualification will have credit and a level

  • Credit may be at Award, Certificate or Diploma level

  • Will replace Health and Social care National Vocational Qualifications

Qualification work streams
Qualification work streams

  • Include:-

  • Preparing for work in the care sector

  • Physical disability

  • First aid

  • Activities organiser

  • End of life care

  • Leadership and management in care services

National vocational qualification in health and social care
National Vocational Qualification in Health and Social care

  • Levels 2,3 and 4

  • Children and young people or Adults

  • Core and optional units

Nvq levels
NVQ levels

  • Level 2 is the National minimum standard

  • Levels 2 and 3 are for those who provide direct care or supervise and manage others

  • Level 4 for those who work in senior roles

Areas of work for health care assistants
Areas of work for Health care Assistants

  • Residential

  • Hospital

  • Day care

  • Domiciliary care

  • In public, private or voluntary sectors

Role of health care assistants
Role of Health care Assistants

  • Washing and dressing

  • Feeding

  • Helping people to mobilise

  • Toileting

  • Bedmaking

  • Patient comfort

  • Monitoring patient’s condition

Physiotherapy assistant
Physiotherapy Assistant

  • Rehabilitate patients suffering from injury, illness or disability

  • Help patients with mobility problems

  • Setting up and maintaining equipment

  • Keeping records and reporting to Physiotherapists

Preparation for physio assistant
Preparation for Physio Assistant

  • On the job training

  • NVQ level 3 in Health: Allied Health professional support

  • May join the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy for educational facilities

  • May study for Foundation Degree after experience and become Assistant Practitioner

Emergency care assistant
Emergency Care Assistant

  • Drive ambulances under emergency conditions

  • Maintaining the ambulance and preventing cross infection

  • Helping paramedics deal with urgent hospital admissions

  • Reporting and recording patient information

Preparation for ecas
Preparation for ECAs

  • 9 weeks Intensive Training

  • First aid

  • Basic life support skills

  • Moving and Handling skills

  • Specialised driving techniques

  • Transferring patients

  • Assessed after 6 months

Assistant practitioners
Assistant Practitioners

  • Generic role

  • Meet the need for Regulation

  • Not under regulation of Nursing and Midwifery Council

  • Present HCAs can join Royal College of Nursing

Assistant practitioners1
Assistant Practitioners

  • Response to Healthcare employer’s requests for standardisation

  • Core Standards developed by Skills for Health group

  • Level of responsibility just below Registered Practitioner

Assistant practitioner
Assistant Practitioner

  • ….Is a worker who competently delivers health and social care to and for people

  • delivers elements of care previously the remit of professional practitioners

  • may transcend professional boundaries

Foundation degree health care
Foundation Degree Health Care

  • Generic route for role development in multidisciplinary settings

  • 2 Year course usually part-time

  • Based in practice area

  • No professional body in control

  • Transferability of role possible

  • May have a clinical role