The course runs over five days but is split into modules. Each module lasts one day and is accredited by CPD. To achieve the Level Five accreditation, learners need to complete at least three modules over a six month period
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Module One: Access to the Home
This module examines the assessment needs for getting into and out of the home. It includes solutions such as ramps, door modification, thresholds, external lifts and stair lifts.
Module Two: Kitchen Design
This module looks at the needs and considerations in the kitchen. It includes layouts and specifics around appliances.
Module Three: Bathroom Design
This module looks at bathroom needs, including toileting and hygiene requirements. Solutions discussed include bidet toilets, level access showers, adapted baths and wet rooms.
Module Four: Multiple Levels
This module looks at the need and ability to access multiple levels, this module considers solutions such as stair lifts (including standing and perching stair lifts), risky transfers and through floor lifts.
Module Five: Understanding Plans and Grants
Pulling together all the information learnt, this module looks at understanding plans, some basic structural requirements along with grants and applying for them.
By the end of this course, the learner will be able to:
Each module requires the learner to complete an assignment after the training. Each assignment needs to be completed and submitted via a learning portal. Assignments are designed to test what has been learnt within the module and will build towards evidence for accreditation.
This course is accredited by CPD and each learner will receive a certificate of attendance. To achieve the Level Five accreditation, learners need to complete at least three modules over a six month period
The course aims to include a lot of practical elements, therefore the learners must dress in comfortable clothing. It is also essential that learners inform DLF of any medical conditions that may impact their ability to complete the practical elements of the course in advance of attending.