How it works

The level 2 qualifications we offer typically involve a lengthy enrolment process, however, here at Care Courses Online, we take care of all of the hard work.

To get enrolled you will need the following:

Why do we need the above?

The free courses are all nationally accredited qualifications, meaning you need to be eligible for government funding in order to secure your place.

How to enrol on to a free online course

1. Choose a course that matters to you

Whether you are looking to progress in your career or simply want to choose a course you have an interest in, pick one course you’d like to start first (you can only do one at a time).

2. Submit your enquiry

Complete the very short enquiry form to register your interest for your chosen course. We will then use your details to find you a suitable training provider depending on your location and chosen course title.

3. We will be in touch within 24 hours

A friendly course advisor will get in touch with you in order to answer any of your questions about the course and help you complete your enrolment. 

This is typically in the form of an enrolment form but varies depending on location and chosen course title.  This should take you approximately 10 minutes.

4. Get started on your free course

Upon enrolment you will be given access to your online course, allowing you to learn and study from the comfort of your own home.

5. Get an accredited certificate in the post

The certificate is a record of achievement and your reward for completing a nationally recognised qualification.

Fully funded by UK Government. Qualifications accredited by NCFE CACHE & TQUK.

Free online health and social care courses​
Free online health and social care courses​

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