Diploma in Care – Level 2 (Fast-Track mode)

Mandatory units

(Total Credits: 24)

The Qualifi Level 2 Diploma in Care qualification consists of 9 mandatory units for a combined total of 24 credits

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Optional Units

(Total Credits: 22)

The learner must also achieve a minimum of 22 credits from these units.

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Important documents

This section provides you with some important information that you should adhere to succeed in your course

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Reading: LS-4.1.0-Sample-Template-for-Assignments
Reading: LS-5.1.0-Assignment-Plagiarism-Report
Reading: LS-6.1.0-E-Library-Access
Reading: LS-7.1.0-Assignment-Submission-Guidelines

Diploma in Care – Level 2 (Fast-Track mode)

Level 2 Diploma in Care (Fast-Track mode)

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Level 2 Diploma in Care (Fast Track mode)

The aim of the Level 2 Diploma in Care – fast track mode (Accredited by Qualifi, UK) is to confirm occupational competence for Adult Care Workers or Healthcare Support Workers.

This Level 2 Diploma in Care (fast track mode) qualification offers the opportunity for learners to demonstrate their knowledge, understanding and practical skills required to be an Adult Care Worker in an adult care setting or a Healthcare Assistant; Support Worker or Personal Assistant in a healthcare support environment.

At Level 2, the UK sector skills council decided that there would be a common qualification for both Health and Adult Care settings. This means that there will be no barrier to entering either the Adult Care or Health Workforces.

The content of the Level 2 Diploma in Care (fast track mode) qualification links with the knowledge and skills required for the Apprenticeship Standards ‘Adult Care Worker’ and ‘Healthcare Support Worker’. The content is applicable to a variety of roles, examples of which are included below:

  • Adult care worker
  • Healthcare Assistant / Support Worker
  • Personal Assistant
The Level 2 Diploma in Care (fast track) will require learners to demonstrate understanding and effective practice in the following areas:
  • Communication
  • Person development
  • Values and behaviours
  • Health and wellbeing
  • Responsibilities
  • Safeguarding
The Level 2 Diploma in Care qualification links with the requirements for the National Occupational Standards (NOS) for Health and Social Care.



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    Program Overview: Level 2 Diploma in Care (fast track mode)

    Key Highlights of Level 2 Diploma in Care (fast track) qualification are:

    Program Duration: 3 Months (Regular Mode Available)

    Program Credits: 46

    Designed for working Professionals

    Format: Online

    No Written Exam. The Assessment is done via Submission of Assignment

    Tutor Assist available

    Dedicated Student Success Manager

    Timely Doubt Resolution

    Regular Networking Events with Industry Professionals

    Become eligible to gain direct entry into relevant Master's degree programme.

    Alumni Status

    No Cost EMI Option

    Learning Outcomes for Level 2 Diploma in Care (fast track)

    Below listed are the learning outcomes from Level 2 Diploma in Care (fast track mode):
    1. Provide career path support to learners who wish to develop their management skills, enterprise capabilities and opportunities in their chosen sector
    2. Improve learner understanding of any given business environments and organisations and how they are managed and developed
    3. Develop skills and abilities in learners to support their professional development
    4. Apply analytical and evaluative techniques and to enhance those skills
    5. Develop their awareness and appreciation of managerial, organisational and environmental issues
    6. Use management techniques and practices in imaginative ways
    7. Make use of relevant information from different sources

    Pathways / Specializations

    Learners may choose to take specific Optional units to focus on a speciality within care:

    Pathway 1: Care and Learning Disabilities

    To pursue Care and Learning Disabilities pathway, learners must take the 9 mandatory units plus the following optional units available to them in Level 2 Diploma in Care (fast track):
    1. Introductory Awareness of Autistic Spectrum Conditions
    2. Understand the Context of Supporting Individuals with Learning Disabilities
    3. Assist in the Administration of Medication
    4. Contribute to Support of Positive Risktaking for Individuals
    5. Contribute to Supporting Individuals with a Learning Disability to Access Healthcare
    6. Promote Positive Behaviour Support

    Pathway 2: Care and Mental Health

    To pursue Care and Mental Health pathway, learners must take the 9 mandatory units plus the following optional units available to them in Level 2 Diploma in Care (fast track):
    1. Contribute to Support of Positive Risk taking for Individuals
    2. Awareness of the Mental Capacity Act 2005
    3. Understand Mental Health Problems
    4. Understand Mental Well-being and Mental Health Promotion
    5. Enable Individuals to Develop Strategies to Manage Behaviour
    6. Support Independence in the Tasks of Daily Living

    Pathway 3: Care and Supported Living

    To pursue Care and Supported Living pathway, learners must take the 9 mandatory units plus the following optional units available to them in Level 2 Diploma in Care (fast track):
    1. Assist in the Administration of Medication
    2. Contribute to Support of Positive Risk taking for Individuals
    3. Promote Positive Behaviour Support
    4. Awareness of the Mental Capacity Act 2005
    5. Support Independence in the Tasks of Daily Living
    6. Understand How to Support Individuals to be Part of a Community

    Pathway 4: Care and Acquired Brain Injury

    To pursue Care and Acquired Brain Injury pathway, learners must take the 9 mandatory units plus the following optional units available to them in Level 2 Diploma in Care (fast track):
    1. Assist in the Administration of Medication
    2. Contribute to Support of Positive Risk taking for Individuals
    3. Promote Positive Behaviour Support
    4. Awareness of the Mental Capacity Act 2005
    5. Understand Mental Health Problems
    6. Understand Mental Well-being and Mental Health Promotion
    7. Support Independence in the Tasks of Daily Living
    8. Understand the Impact of Acquired Brain Injury on Individuals

    Career Progression

    Achievement of Level 2 Diploma in Care qualification confirms the learner has gained the knowledge and skills required to:
    • Gain employment as a Healthcare Assistant / Support Worker or Adult Care Worker / Personal Assistant
    • Progress onto the Qualifi Level 3 Diploma in Health and Social Care
    • Progress onto the Level 3 Lead Adult Care Worker Apprenticeship.

    As our Qualifi accredited qualifications are approved and regulated by Ofqual (Office of the Qualifications and Examinations Regulation) and Qualifications Wales, learners are also eligible to progress to a Top-Up Degree, Master’s programme, or MBA at many universities in UK and Overseas with advanced standing.

    Frequently Asked Questions

    What is the Entry Requirement?
    The Level 2 Diploma in Care (fast track mode) (Accredited by Qualifi) qualification has been designed to be accessible without artificial barriers that restrict access and progression.

    Entry to the qualifications will be through interview and learners must be in a position to demonstrate the requirements of the qualification and have access to required assessment opportunities and relevant resources.

    How is Assessment done?
    Assessment is done via submission of Assignments

    These qualifications are vocational as they can support a learner’s career progression. To meet QUALIFI’s aim to provide an appropriate assessment method each unit will be assessed through tasks that will be written in a way to make them realistic ‘work-related’ tasks wherever possible. Learners will need to demonstrate knowledge, understanding and application. Original thought, problem solving and recommendations on actions will also be asked for from learners where appropriate for the unit. Intellectual rigour will be expected appropriate to the level of the qualification.

    Assignments will contain a question strand for each of the given unit’s learning outcomes. The assignment tasks will address the LO (learning outcome) and AC (assessment criteria) requirements. Within assignments there will always be requirements for learners to engage with important and relevant theory that underpins the subject area.

    Is the Course Accredited?
    The qualification is delivered by London School of International Business (LSIB) and it is awarded by Qualifi, UK – an Awarding body by the UK Government’s regulator – OfQual (Office of the Qualifications and Examinations Regulation). All of the qualifications are listed on the OfQual register.
    What is the Course Fee for Level 2 Diploma in Care (fast track mode)?
    The course fee for Level 2 Diploma in Care (fast track) qualification is:
    GBP £1225 (or equivalent in local currency)
    What are the Payment Plans for Level 2 Diploma in Care (Fast track mode)?
    Total Course Fee of GBP £1225 for Level 2 Diploma in Care (Fast Track mode) can be paid in Instalment in equivalent local currency.

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    Syllabus

    The aim of the Level 2 Diploma in Care (Accredited by Qualifi, UK) is to confirm occupational competence for Adult Care Workers or Healthcare Support Workers. This qualification offers the opportunity for learners to demonstrate their knowledge, understanding and practical skills required to be an Adult Care Worker in an adult care setting or a Healthcare Assistant; Support Worker or Personal Assistant in a healthcare support environment.

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    (Total Credits: 24)

    The Qualifi Level 2 Diploma in Care qualification consists of 9 mandatory units for a combined total of 24 credits

    9 readings
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    Optional Units 0/13

    (Total Credits: 22)

    The learner must also achieve a minimum of 22 credits from these units.

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    This section provides you with some important information that you should adhere to succeed in your course

    4 readings
    Reading: LS-4.1.0-Sample-Template-for-Assignments
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    Reading: LS-5.1.0-Assignment-Plagiarism-Report
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    Reading: LS-6.1.0-E-Library-Access
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    Reading: LS-7.1.0-Assignment-Submission-Guidelines
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    • J.Stewart

      I had a great experience at London School of Business and Research. I was able to go online which was so helpful. At the time I had two teens therefore, being able to attend school online was a life saver. I was a real estate agent and when the market crashed I went back to school. It was a wonderful experience and now I have started my own Travel Agency in the New Orleans. Thank you LSBR 🙂

    • Traceee

      The online program in Care is an exceptional programme. The school offers a wide range of staff to support you during your academic pursuits as well as tutor services and writing services to help with papers. The portal is simple to use and the classroom setting is just as easy. Some of the teachers are not great with feedback or rapid responding, however the vast majority of my teachers have been exceptional. They worked with me when I was going through personal stuff and was unable to attend school and have helped to keep me on track. I receive my qualification there and I am currently enrolled in my masters degree program. I have also encourage my sister to enrol and she is working on her bachelors degree as well.

    • Poonam

      Let me preface this review by saying I’m not a robot nor am I being paid to write this review. This is a great school, but because it is online, classes are asynchronous, so you need to pay attention to due dates and make sure your life is in order before starting online education. Overall, I enjoyed studying here. It’s a great place. But keep in mind the due dates for submission of assignments. xoxo Poonam

    • Avilena

      The school has helped me get to the level i am at now. I was stuck in a dead end job for years. Once I finished my degree it took me a lot of hard work to land the job I always wanted. I now work in the NHS. Dreams do come true.

    • Smith

      Excellent professors. I thought the curriculum was a bit rigorous. However, after graduating and moving forward to attend a Uni for a master’s degree, I felt as though I was way ahead of the other students. I would definitely recommend this school to anyone, but would caution them that you need to be a responsible and detail orientated individual.

    • Satyam

      Overall, I had a pretty good experience studying Online. I was initially uncomfortable with the online courses being year round. As I got into the hang of things, everything became smooth sailing. My advisor was always willing to help and would call me if I missed an assignment or discussion to check in with me. It became a part of my lifestyle rather than taking over my life. I was able to take care of my children and work full time while completing this program. If you are someone comfortable with an online setup, then I suggest this program in for you. It does require commitment, like any degree program. However, I appreciate how the school keeps in mind that its students are juggling multiple things at once.

    • Daryle Martin

      My experience was remarkable and rewarding, to say the least. Whenever there was a problem it was handled in the swiftest of time. My degrees have allowed me to relocate to China in Nov. 2018 and am currently teaching Health care courses at Bohai University, Jinzhou

    • Kumar

      My experience here as a student has been nothing but positive from day one. I used Fast Track mode to complete my diploma really fast.

    • Thomasina Rushing

      Please understand that this review only reflects my own personal experience with the school. I am halfway through my Level 2 qualification in Care and I do not have any complaints. I actually am working abroad and they have been fantastic with getting in touch and understanding the logistic difficulties I may have and time difference issues I can face. The fact that the entire course is online including ALL books and resources is a life saver for me.

    • Stacy

      This is an excellent school. The staff are great and go the extra mile to assist students. Whenever possible, I attend all of their networking events both online and offline. It is great meeting the team. Any negative comments posted here, I feel are a reflection of the student and not the school. I would recommend this school to my friends and family 🙂

    • Kat K.

      I am a student of Tourism and Hospitality Management at London School of Business and Research and studying Level 7 diploma and am 100% satisfied with LSBR.

    • Mike Dawson

      My masters experience was awesome. The exposure to scholar/practitioner world through my MBA program has opened my eyes to many opportunities I never thought were possible. That, you can contribute to the society at multiple directions while earning income from various sources. The education was very engaging and allowed high connectivity with other learners and instructors. Indeed, lsbr for me was an online experience with human touch.
      Thank you
      Mike Dawson

    • David

      I was somewhat disappointed with my lsbr experience it seems as though they are interested in making money only there communication is horrible and if you need assistance with anything at all don’t expect any help from them once you have completed your course and graduated from there.

    • Heather

      I have been with London school of business and research since May 2018 and have had nothing but a great experience. Even with a little mishap just now with my account and unpaid balance from last year it was taken care immediately. However, this is an ONLINE school, at a teach yourself type pace. If you put in the effort and time, you will receive good grades. The instructors, at least the ones I have come in contact with, have been helpful and understanding.

    • Graham

      Fast track mode is good for working executives like me

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