Care Provision and Practice QQI Level 5


Code – 5N2705

This module aims to equip the learner with the skills, knowledge, and attitude to develop a range of personal and interpersonal qualities necessary to work in a range of care environments. 

Who should complete?

Care Provision and Practice (5N2705) is ideal for individuals pursuing or already engaged in roles within healthcare or social care settings where the provision of quality care is paramount. This includes healthcare assistants, support workers, personal care assistants, social care workers, and community care workers employed in hospitals, nursing homes, home care settings, day care centers, and other healthcare facilities. Additionally, individuals interested in understanding the principles and practices of effective care provision, including communication skills, ethical considerations, and person-centered care approaches, would benefit from completing this course. Overall, anyone seeking to enhance their knowledge and skills in providing compassionate and effective care to individuals in need should consider undertaking this training.

Entry Requirements

To access programmes leading to this award the learner should have reached the standards of knowledge, skill and competence associated with the preceding level of the National Framework of Qualifications. This may have been achieved through a formal qualification or through relevant life and work experience.

Ideally a minimum of Level 4 certificate standard of education and a strong interest in the provision of quality care in a healthcare setting.

Proficiency in written and spoken English, as well as computer literacy skills, are essential. Students undertaking Level 6 module s are expected to demonstrate proficiency in reading, drafting, preparing, and comprehending information across various topics. Basic IT skills and access to necessary equipment such as a computer, broadband, email, Microsoft Office, and recording equipment are required for skills demonstration tasks. Additionally, learners must be capable of self-directed study as this module is delivered through blended learning.


Successful completion of Care Provision and Practice (5N2705) enables the learner to transfer to programmes leading to other certificates where this component is a mandatory or an elective requirement.

Care Provision and Practice (5N2705) is an elective module towards the Healthcare Support Level 5 – 5M4339 Major Award.

Upon successful completion of the module, learners will be awarded a QQI minor component Award in Care Provision and Practice (5N2705)

QQI (Quality & Qualifications Ireland) serves as the national accrediting body for further education and training in Ireland. Barrow Consultancy & Training is duly registered with QQI to provide programmes leading to QQI awards within the National Framework of Qualifications in Ireland. For further information on the National Framework of Qualifications, please refer to this link.

For more detailed information regarding accreditation, please click here.

All registration and certification fees are encompassed within the module price.

Our QQI module offers comprehensive blended learning with dedicated tutor support, eliminating the need for in-person lectures. Learners have a 90-day window to complete the module, starting on any Monday or Thursday.  

Upon enrolment, the learner will receive login credentials to access module materials at their own convenience. Our full-time, highly qualified tutors are available via email to address any questions or concerns. Additionally, our online forums foster peer-to-peer discussions. 

Extensions or pauses can be arranged through our office if needed. 

Group training and pricing details are available upon request.

Please feel free to contact us at 059 97 21416 for further information.