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Online Training

Our Care Certificate course covers the 15 different Care Certificate standards. This course is suitable for new employees working or wishing to work in health and social care roles in the United Kingdom. This course will provide you with the fundamental skills, which are needed in your health and social care job role to provide quality care.


Our course includes an overview of health and social care in the UK and access to the Care Certificate e-learning modules. The modules cover the 15 care standards including course assessments and downloadable workbooks which you can use to keep your notes for future reference.

The course can be studied at your own pace and is accessible through any PC or smart device.

Module Mode Duration
Introduction to NHS and care service in the United Kingdom Online self-directed 30 mins
Care certificate 1 Online self-directed 35 hours

The Care Certificate is made up of 15 standards. You will need to complete all these standards in full to achieve your certificate. You will earn 15 CPD points on completion of the course; this course will take around 35 hours to complete and the certificate will last for two years.


What is the Care Certificate?

Those who work in health and social care in the UK require the necessary skills, knowledge and behaviours to provide safe and high-quality, compassionate care in their workplace. The Care Certificate is a vital part of the training and development for those who are new to health and social care, or new staff who already work in the sector.

You can use this e-learning course to develop your knowledge and show your commitment to a future employer.

This e-learning course supports the acquisition of knowledge for the Care Certificate. To fully implement the learning outcomes of the certificate, your employer must also assess your skills practically in your workplace against the Care Certificate Standards.

The Care Certificate was introduced in April 2015 in response to the findings of the Cavendish Review, which was published in July 2013. The Cavendish Review found that training and development in health and social care were inconsistent and inadequate. Health Education England, Skills for Care, and Skills for Health jointly developed the Care Certificate to improve the quality of this training.

The Care Quality Commission (CQC) expects health and social care providers to induct, support and train their staff appropriately. By using the Care Certificate as part of their induction programme, employers can demonstrate to the CQC that they are meeting these criteria.

The Care Certificate is made up of 15 standards. Completion of all 15 standards is necessary to achieve your certificate.