Level 2 Award in Supporting Individuals with Learning Disabilities

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Description

This qualification is relevant to people working in or wanting to work in the health and social care sector in roles such as a care worker of health care assistant.

Description

This qualification provides an opportunity to develop knowledge and skills around supporting individuals with a learning disability.

All units provide the opportunity for Continuing Professional Development. The units offered within this qualification mirrors those offered within the Learning Disabilities Pathway through the Health and Social Care Diploma in England.
To achieve the Level 2 Award in Supporting Individuals with Learning Disabilities, you must achieve a minimum of 12 credits: 4 credits from Mandatory Grou…

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This qualification is relevant to people working in or wanting to work in the health and social care sector in roles such as a care worker of health care assistant.

Description

This qualification provides an opportunity to develop knowledge and skills around supporting individuals with a learning disability.

All units provide the opportunity for Continuing Professional Development. The units offered within this qualification mirrors those offered within the Learning Disabilities Pathway through the Health and Social Care Diploma in England.
To achieve the Level 2 Award in Supporting Individuals with Learning Disabilities, you must achieve a minimum of 12 credits: 4 credits from Mandatory Group A and 8 credits from optional Group B.

How long is the course?

This is a 12 week distance learning course.

How will I be assessed?

You will be provided with unitised workbooks and resources. In order to complete the course you will be required to complete all activities/assignments for each unit contained within the workbooks.

What does the course lead to?

It allows candidates to progress into employment or supports progression to otherqualifications such as:

• Diplomas in Health and Social Care
• Working in Community Mental Health Care
• Level 3 in Dementia Care
• Supporting the Mental Health and Wellbeing of Older People

Entry requirements

This course would be suitable for anyone aged 16 or older who has an interest in or are operating in a caring role for individuals with learning disabilities.

How much does it cost?

Cost: £150.00
Discounted Fee: N/A

When does it start?

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How do I apply?

Contact:

Programme Area Leader
Emma Brown - 01623 413596
emma.brown@wnc.ac.uk


Curriculum Manager
Ann Ramsay - 01623 413596
ann.ramsay@wnc.ac.uk

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