This skill describes the ability to apply the knowledge and skills in maintaining safe and secure working environment. It also includes understanding of safety, security and preventive measures and guidelines, identifying hazardous environment and situations, techniques of moving objects, and handling equipment and hazardous materials safety.

Upon completion of this unit, participants will be able to apply them at the workplace which include:

  1. Able to establish clients’ need on chronic health conditions in accordance to regulatory requirements and guidelines.

  2. Able to prepare tools and equipment to
    assist clients’ ADLs accordance with care plans.

  3. Able to take the factors into consideration to carry out the ADLs in accordance with established organizational procedures.

  4. Able to demonstrate and explain ways to take appropriate actions to ensure client’s privacy and dignity is protected.

  5. Able to respond to emergencies and apply first-aider in according to organizational SOPs.

  6. Able to dispose waste and make report on any abnormalities to supervisors in accordance with established procedures and regulatory requirements and guidelines.

Course Information


9am to 6pm


Marina Square, 
6 Raffles Boulevard, 
Singapore 039594


21 Hours
(Including Assessment)

Course Fee(s):

$486.00 (GST Included)
Singaporeans 40 above – $171.00
Singaporeans 40 below or PR – $261.00

Course Details

  • Have a basic understanding of the organization’s structure, standard operating procedures and guidelines on Provide Caring in Activities of Daily Living
  • Minimum Secondary Education onward
  • Be able to speak, listen and read English at a proficiency level not lower than the Employability Skills Workforce Skills Qualification (ES WSQ) Workplace Literacy (WPL) Level 3
  • One year working experience preferred at the hospital, nursing and homecare sector
  • Basic knowledge on the Organizational Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) for recording and reporting ADLs
  • Basic knowledge of the eldercare and caregiver task

We use a number of experiential methods of learning in this module:

    • Mini lectures
    • Group Discussions
    • Reflection
    • Demonstration
    • Drill and Practice

Participants are required to undertake assessments which may take the form of:

  • Written Assessment
  • Practical Performance