Gain the skills and moral imagination necessary to deliver first class care in the 21st century

Gain the skills and moral imagination necessary to deliver first class care in the 21st century

Death, Dying & Bereavement

Death, Dying & Bereavement

Learning Outcomes

  • Understand the requirements to protect the rights of individuals at the end of life
  • Understand factors affecting end of life care
  • Know how to provide support to individuals and key people during end of life care
  • Understand how to access support for the individual or key people
  • Know the action to take following the death of an individual

The course contributes to the underpinning knowledge for certain QCF competencies including units J/500/5090; R/601/8256; and A/503/8085

Please have a note pad or supervision folder to hand for note making during this module.

Course Details

Pass Requirement:
70%

Resubmission Requirement:
50%

Accreditation Currency:
12 Months

Average Pass Rate:
73.90%


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