NCFE Cache L2 Mental Health Children and Young People
Level: 2 | Duration: 16 weeks | Start Date: 26/09/19 Details: Thursday 12.30 – 3pm
This qualification aims to explore mental health in relation to children and young people. It explores the factors and concepts relating to mental health. It is designed for learners who wish to develop an understanding of mental health and how to support children and young people. It is useful for learners who provide direct support and those working in sectors such as:
• social care
• education and training
What will I learn on this course?
Learners will look at common misconceptions associated with mental health and issues that can co-occur.
It will also cover using a person-centred approach to support individuals with mental health conditions incorporating the preferences and needs of the individual. Learners will also look at legislation guidance and the support networks available to individuals and their families
In addition, learners will cover the effects that mental health conditions can have on other family members. It also covers a variety of methods and strategies that can be used to support both the individual and other family members.
There is the potential for course related enrichment such as trips and guest speakers. You will have the opportunity to work with others in a supportive and friendly environment.
Why choose Riverside College?
Fun, motivating lessons, which aim to build your confidence in understanding Mental Health. We also offer our part time students a varied enrichment programme to enhance your experience at college including guest speakers, trips and fun events.
How will I be assessed?
You will be assessed with your progress throughout the course and will build a portfolio of assignments/workbooks which will be assessed at the end of the course.
What are the entry requirements?
L1 Functional Skills in English, Grade D/Level 3 GCSE English or Forskills initial assessment at L1
Are there any costs associated with this course?
There is a fee of £210.00, however, if you are in receipt of certain benefits or are earning below a certain amount, you may be eligible for fee remission.
What will this course lead on to? L2 Understanding Behaviour that Challenges, L2 Dyslexia and Other Specific Learning Difficulties, L2 Understanding Autism.
- Lectures 0
- Quizzes 0
- Duration 50 hours
- Skill level All levels
- Language English
- Students 0
- Assessments Yes