Digital Skills in Health and Social Care Bootcamp

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LOCATION & START DATE
Cornwall College Camborne - 6 January 2023
LEVEL
Level 2 Levels Explained
DURATION
12 weeks - 1 day a week
LEARNING AREA
Social Care & Health Find out more
ATTENDANCE
Part-time

Digital Skills in Health and Social Care Bootcamp

The Level 2 Bootcamp will equip learners with the technical knowledge in both health & social care and digital as well as skills to compliment employability such as interview techniques and preparation for the world of work.

The Bootcamp will cover digital identity, wellbeing and safety, information, data and media literacies, teaching, learning and self-development, communication, collaboration and participation, and technical proficiency.

Bootcamps are open to anyone 19 or over, who are self-employed, employed or unemployed. For those currently not in employed, you will be offered a guaranteed interview with an employer upon successful completion of the bootcamp.

LOCATION & START DATE
Cornwall College Camborne - 6 January 2023
LEVEL
Level 2 Levels Explained
DURATION
12 weeks - 1 day a week
LEARNING AREA
Social Care & Health Find out more
ATTENDANCE
Part-time

What you will learn

Content will include:

• Digital identity, well-being and safety: Managing personal and professional identities. Recognising online bullying. Managing time online effectively.

• Information, data and media literacies: Support patients to find reliable information. Help them use Electronic Patient Health Records and portals. Using technology to co-ordinate care. Identify information needed to improve clinical decision making. Understanding how data is structured within health record systems. Complying with legal, professional requirements when using and sharing information.

• Teaching, learning and self-development: Participating in learning using digital media such as online learning and social networking. Using digital tools to plan and reflect on learning. Understanding professional behaviours in social media spaces.

• Communication, collaboration and participation: Using appropriate forms of communication. Acknowledging points of view and cultural differences. Online therapeutic relationships. Developing professional networks.

• Technical proficiency: Using devices, applications and software for a range of nursing tasks. Stay up-to-date with evolving technology. Ability to provide feedback on technology. Articulating benefits and risks.

Entry requirements

Bootcamps are open to anyone 19 or over, who are self-employed, employed or unemployed. For those currently not in employed, you will be offered a guaranteed interview with an employer upon successful completion of the bootcamp.

Assessment

Learners will be given the opportunity to complete the assessment for an accredited qualification as part of the Bootcamp but this will be optional with all learners acquiring the knowledge and skills to progress into a positive outcome.

Progression

For those currently not in employed, you will be offered a guarenteed interview with an employer upon successful completion of the bootcamp.

Cornwall College Camborne

Cornwall College Camborne

Our Camborne campus has served as a vocational training hub for nearly a century. The iconic Tamar tower and the ‘big top’ that covers our construction and engineering provision, are landmarks known throughout the area. This legacy, combined with an exciting modernisation programme, has made Cornwall College Camborne the home of cutting edge facilities, dynamic learning experiences and fantastic student spaces. Open and modern learning areas, electric vehicle training labs, esports gaming facilities, chill out areas, an award-winning restaurant and plenty more besides, makes this the perfect place to have your #careercollege experience.

Visiting our Camborne campus?  View our visitor information


Content will include:

• Digital identity, well-being and safety: Managing personal and professional identities. Recognising online bullying. Managing time online effectively.

• Information, data and media literacies: Support patients to find reliable information. Help them use Electronic Patient Health Records and portals. Using technology to co-ordinate care. Identify information needed to improve clinical decision making. Understanding how data is structured within health record systems. Complying with legal, professional requirements when using and sharing information.

• Teaching, learning and self-development: Participating in learning using digital media such as online learning and social networking. Using digital tools to plan and reflect on learning. Understanding professional behaviours in social media spaces.

• Communication, collaboration and participation: Using appropriate forms of communication. Acknowledging points of view and cultural differences. Online therapeutic relationships. Developing professional networks.

• Technical proficiency: Using devices, applications and software for a range of nursing tasks. Stay up-to-date with evolving technology. Ability to provide feedback on technology. Articulating benefits and risks.

Bootcamps are open to anyone 19 or over, who are self-employed, employed or unemployed. For those currently not in employed, you will be offered a guaranteed interview with an employer upon successful completion of the bootcamp.

Learners will be given the opportunity to complete the assessment for an accredited qualification as part of the Bootcamp but this will be optional with all learners acquiring the knowledge and skills to progress into a positive outcome.

For those currently not in employed, you will be offered a guarenteed interview with an employer upon successful completion of the bootcamp.

Cornwall College Camborne

Cornwall College Camborne

Our Camborne campus has served as a vocational training hub for nearly a century. The iconic Tamar tower and the ‘big top’ that covers our construction and engineering provision, are landmarks known throughout the area. This legacy, combined with an exciting modernisation programme, has made Cornwall College Camborne the home of cutting edge facilities, dynamic learning experiences and fantastic student spaces. Open and modern learning areas, electric vehicle training labs, esports gaming facilities, chill out areas, an award-winning restaurant and plenty more besides, makes this the perfect place to have your #careercollege experience.

Visiting our Camborne campus?  View our visitor information


Dates & Locations

  • Course type Adult
  • Level - Level 2
  • Location - Cornwall College Camborne
  • Start Date - 6 January 2023
  • Fees - Tuition Fees: £0.00
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