This course focuses on understanding the roles and responsibilities of an adult social care worker and how they apply to different roles. 

 What will you learn?

  • Outline the responsibilities and limits of the relationship between care workers and the individual.
  • Identify others that adult social care workers may work in partnership with.
  • Outline the need to report any suspicions about abuse or neglect.
  • Identify daily tasks in a range of adult social care roles.
  • Outline how duty of care might apply to the adult social care worker’s daily role.
  • Give examples of how to provide person-centred support when supporting individuals in day-to-day activities.

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Course Dates


Course Times

Classes begin at 4pm on the first day of your course and end at around 3pm on the final day. Please arrive on campus at 3pm on your first day to check in.

Course Level

 Level 1

Course Length

3 Days Residential

Course Area

Skills for Volunteering and Work

Course Fees

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Planning Your Learning

Choosing the right course will help you get the most out of studying at Fircroft College. We offer one-to-one information, advice and guidance (IAG) to help you plan a personal programme of learning. We will look at what aims and goals you may have, your previous qualifications and experience, and what you want to achieve by studying at Fircroft. We will then plan a suitable programme of learning with you.

To find out more about how we can help you choose the right course for you, download our fact sheet  here.

To book an Information Advice and Guidance (IAG) meeting you can contact our admissions office on 0121 472 0116, or come to one of our drop-in sessions, every Monday from 2pm – 4pm.