Common Health Conditions NCFE CACHE Level 2 Certificate

27466O0 | Distance Learning
Start Date | 01/08/2021
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Is this course for me?

This is a distance learning course for those who are working in the sector and wish to extend their knowledge in common health conditions.

What will I study?

You will study How to Contribute to Monitoring the Health of Individuals Affected by Health Conditions, introductory Awareness of Sensory Loss, Stroke Awareness, Dementia Awareness, Arthritis Awareness and Parkinson s Disease Awareness.

How long is the course?

You can start the course at any time throughout the year and should take around 12 week to complete.

How will I be assessed?

You will complete assessments through an online booklet

What qualifications do I need?

No prior qualifications needed however good knowledge of English is required.

What can I progress onto?

You can progress on to another distance learning course or continue to learn in a range of other courses

Other Information

You will achieve a nationally recognised Level 2 qualification, further your personal and professional development and improve your understanding of dementia, stroke and sensory loss.

Course Fees

16-18 Year Olds 19+ year olds Free for eligible learners? Is Loan Available?
Yes No

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