Role of the Care Worker

This course presents the role of the care worker in a professional and appealing way. Using demonstrations of good and bad practice in realistic scenarios, this title makes the learning points easy to apply after completing the training.

Care workers are introduced to the concepts of access and application of policies and procedures, the organisation's aims & values and working in partnership with other workers and the people receiving support.

This video will help them answer such questions as: What standard of conduct is expected of me? What tasks and activities will I be expected to carry out? Where do I go for advice, information and support? Why should I support the involvement of carers and family? This title, along with The Principles of Person Centred Care contribute to improving understanding of the various interrelating issues that combine to ensure the role of the care worker is central to promoting good principles of care that meet the individual needs of people receiving support.

Subjects covered include: 

  • Care Activities
  • Policies and Procedures
  • Code of Conduct
  • Values
  • Working in Partnership 
  • Health and Safety
  • Worker Relationships
  • Equality and Diversity
  • Confidentiality and GDPR
  • Risk Assessment

Format Video-based eLearning
Course Duration   
35 Minutes approximately
Course Content 10 Interactive Chapters, Assessment Quiz and a CPD Accredited Certificate
Consultant Jacqui Ramus CPsychol Dementia Lead at St Monica Trust & Jacki Pool, DipCOT, Approved Alzheimer's Society Trainer
Peer Review   Hugh Constant, Social Care Institute for Excellence (SCIE)
 Standards   England

Care Certificate Standard 1


RQF: Responsibilities of a care worker (Level 2 Diploma in Care, Level 3 Diploma in Adult Care, Level 3 Diploma in Healthcare Support)


All Wales Induction Framework for Health and Social Care (AWIFHSC) Sections 1, 2 & 5


National Care Standards

Northern Ireland

NISCC's Induction Standards

References The Care Certificate, AWIFHSC

Client reviews:

"I think it's very good. It's clear, and well-explained, and easy to follow.”

Hugh Constant, SCIE (Social Care Institute for Excellence)