- Unit 1 Understand how to contribute to monitoring the health of individuals affected by health conditions
- Unit 2 Understand Cardiovascular Disease
- UNIT 3: Stroke Awareness
- UNIT 4: Arthritis Awareness
- UNIT 5: Understand physical disability
- UNIT 6: Parkinson's Disease Awareness
For further information about the course specification please visit the awarding body’s web site www.ncfe.or.uk
and search using the following code 601/4306/X or follow this link
Although there are no formal entry requirements for this course due to the nature and course delivery of distance learning we require all applicants to hold a minimum of English Literacy Level 1 or equivalent.
If you are unsure of your level of literacy please read the attached instructions to undertake a literacy assessment on line.
This will take no longer than 20 minutes to complete.Instructions are available here
and Link to www.learnmyway.com.
In addition, you may find completion of this course more difficult if you are not already working or volunteering within the Care sector but you will find it helpful if you have already achieved a Level 1 qualification in a health or social care related area.
This is an ideal course for organisations within the Health & Social Care sector that provide support to individuals with conditions such as these. It has relevance to all types of care settings including care and nursing homes, hospitals and domiciliary care. The objective of this qualification is to prepare learners for further training and to support a role in the workplace where the individual may work or interact with those experiencing different health conditions.
Each candidate is required to give written responses to questions in a work booklet, either handwritten answers or completion of the assessment booklet using an electronic template which can be provided.
You will be required to submit 3 assessments each taking 4 weeks to complete.