iCQ Level 3 Diploma in Adult Care Domiciliary Pathway 603/2763/7

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The iCQ Level 3 Diploma in Adult Care (RQF) is a qualification designed for individuals who work in the adult care sector, providing support to individuals who require assistance with their daily living activities. This qualification is suitable for those who have already achieved a Level 2 qualification in Adult Care or have some experience in the field.

Qualification Purpose

The eligibility purpose iCQ level 3 Diploma in Adult Care (RQF) is incredibly authentic to acquire an experienced care supervisor level. The iCQ level 3 Diploma in Adult Care (RQF) is a competency-based qualification developed with adult care companies. To give the learner’s understanding of working in end-of-life care; how to provide support while working in end-of-life care; and how to help people in their final days it is useful as a primer for people who work or plan to work in a role that entails end-of-life care.

What should be the entry requirements?

  • Well, there aren’t any specific and no formal needs
  • Be 19 years old and above
  • Be working at a project function appropriate for this particular pathway
  • IT literate (Web, Microsoft office)
  • Able to Comprehend and interpret course stuff
  • Self-motivated and willing to finish and attain
  • Have access to an Experienced Supervisor that will execute monitoring at work

Course Delivery

  • The course is delivered online through our cutting-edge online portal site.
  • The free textbook we supply and our comprehensive assessment plans directly assist you to step by step.
  • You’ll have a committed Assessor that will provide assistance and assess your work.

Career Progression 

Learners studying the iCQ level 3 Diploma in Adult Care (RQF) training course develop the skills and knowledge in managing end of life issues in adult care to ensure that services can respond fully to the needs and aspirations of those that use their provision, and are fully compliant with the regulatory requirements.

Successful learners can progress to further qualifications within the healthcare sector or different areas of the industry regarding end-of-life pathway care in adults.

Learners can also use the eligibility for entrance, credit transfer, or advanced standing for a higher education establishment qualification.

  •         Adult Care Worker
  •         Senior health care assistant
  •         Health care assistant/ support worker
  •         Personal Assistant

What is our assessment method?

  • You’ll be evaluated via a series of written questions to assess your comprehension
  • you’ll have to be observed at the office by a professional Supervisor with a Level 3 and Access learning tools and upload shreds of evidence on an internet portfolio.


Learners must achieve a minimum of 58 credits to achieve this ICQ level 3 Diploma in Adult Care (RQF) Care Home Pathway online course. Learners must achieve the mentioned credits from mandatory units and the remaining credits from the optional units.


Unit Title URN  Level GLH  Credit Type
Responsibilities of a care worker D/616/3896 2 16 2 Mandatory
Promote communication in care settings D/616/3963 3 25 3 Mandatory
Promote person-centred approaches in care settings D/616/3994 3 39 6 Mandatory
 Promote effective handling of information in care settings K/616/3965 3 16 2 Mandatory
Safeguarding and protection in care settings M/616/3868 2 26 3 Mandatory
Duty of care in care settings M/616/3983 3 8 1 Mandatory
 Promote personal development in care settings M/616/4003 3 10 3 Mandatory
 Promote health, safety and wellbeing in care settings Y/616/3959 3 45 6 Mandatory
Promote equality and inclusion in care settings Y/616/3993 3 18 2 Mandatory
 Manage team performance A/506/1821 3 21 4 Optional
Cleaning, Decontamination and Waste Management D/616/3915 2 20 2 Optional
Undertake stoma care J/616/3987 3 30 4 Optional
Undertake agreed pressure area care K/616/3917 2 30 4 Optional
Manage personal performance and development L/506/1788 2 18 4 Optional
 Lead and manage a team in the care sector M/616/4633 2 37 5 Optional
Develop working relationships with colleagues R/506/1789 2 19 3 Optional
 Support independence in the tasks of daily living Y/616/3928 2 37 5 Optional