ID No. 0000055722: Care Expert for Assessment and Consultation (TÜV)

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Certification Program Title:Care Expert for Assessment and Consultation (TÜV)
Admission Requirements:

Completed vocational training as a nurse or completed vocational training as a geriatric nurse and a minimum of 2 years of relevant professional experience within the last 5 years.

Successful participation in the TÜV Rheinland Akademie qualification „Care Expert for Assessment and Consultation (TÜV)“, recognized by the certification body, as well as demonstrations of performance during the qualification. Admission to the exam is granted upon a minimum attendance of 80%.

Examination Components:

Assignment and Presentation

Required Competencies:

In the examination participants prove their knowledge in the following areas:

  • Legal fundamentals
  • Shaping and steering of processes and quality of   results
  • Solution-oriented interaction that is suitable for the target group
  • Survey of degree of  independence and assistance requirements
  • Assessment of preventive and rehabilitating potential
  • Preparation of  advice and training concepts that accompany theory
  • Preparation , steering and evaluation of care plans and training
  • Project work and intervention logic
  • Analysis of documents and situations
  • Conducting and  planning of visits
  • Preparation of expert reports and statements

„Care Experts for Assessment and Consultation (TÜV)“ are in a position to evaluate the nursing conditions and nursing quality and identify errors in care, as well as measure and assess the quality of care results. They can prepare advice and training concepts, implement them in a professional manner as well as steer and evaluate patient-related nursing plans.

Thus „Care Experts for Assessment and Consultation (TÜV)“ can assume the care degree management in care facilities, identify  increased requirements for assistance at an early stage and swiftly initiate  adjustments of the care degree.

As independent care experts they can prepare objection assessments and scientific expert reports for the Social Welfare Court