This introductory module covers the basic and common units of competency needed to work as a caregiver in the health, wellness, and other social services sector.
In this module, we will present the knowledge, skills, and attitudes that you must have when you work in the caregiving industry.
This module covers the knowledge, skills, and attitudes that will enable learners to interpret changes associated with aging, identify the principles of caregiving, then practice the principles of caregiving, therapeutic communication and behavior management, and infection control, safety, and sanitation.
This module covers the knowledge, skills, and attitude required for a caregiver to organize, provide and monitor support services within the limits of the individualized support formal care plan developed for the patient requiring the service.
Take this module, and you will learn all about the care plan, how to develop it, what components to include, and how to perform the endorsement process.
In this module, you will gain the knowledge, skills, and attitudes required to support or assist the client in performing their daily care needs, within the framework of the client’s care plan.
It discusses the monitoring and recording of the client's vital signs, and the procedures in assisting care clients in performing various tasks.
This module covers the knowledge, skills, and attitudes required to support clients with their technical care needs within the framework of the individualized care support plan.
In this module, you will learn the knowledge and skills needed as a caregiver in assisting in basic wound care, in performing hot and cold therapy, and in providing palliative care to your clients.
This module looks into the knowledge, skills, and work values required to assist clients in administering prescribed medication.
Aside from learning more about medicines, you will also learn how to prepare, assist, record, and report the administration of prescribed medication in this module.