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Principles of Working with and Supporting Individuals with Learning Disabilities

Course Name 
TQUK Certificate Principles of Working with and Supporting Individuals with Learning Disabilitiess L2 (Aged 19-23 – Refer)Available for Enquiries
TQUK Certificate Principles of Working with and Supporting Individuals with Learning Disabilitiess L2 (Aged 19-23 – Refer)Available for Enquiries
Course Details
Location Online Learning
Level Level 2
Start Date

Flexible start dates

Duration

12 weeks

Mode of Study Part-time
Awarding Body

TQUK

 
Course Overview

This course begins with an introduction to services for people with learning disabilities including current best practice and how people have been supported in the past. You will go on to learn about the importance of personalisation in social care and to look at how a positive and enabling attitude to risk can help people with learning disabilities to live more independent lives.

Benefits of study:

  • No need to attend college, work from home at a pace that suits you.
  • Achieve a nationally recognised Level 2 qualification.
  • Further your personal and professional development.
  • Available at no cost.
  • Receive support and guidance from a dedicated team of qualified assessors/tutors.
  • Study will enhance your personal and professional skills.
What You Will Study

The student will learn through the support of relevant materials for the course, with a knowledgeable tutor providing advice and guidance on the course content.

Units:

  • Understand the context of supporting individuals with learning disabilities.
  • Safeguarding and protection in care settings.
  • Introduction to personalisation in social care.
  • Principles of positive risk taking for individuals with disabilities.
  • Introductory awareness of autistic spectrum conditions.
  • Principles of supporting individuals with a learning disability to access healthcare.
How You Will Be Assessed

The course is delivered via distance learning, supported by online flipbooks. Work is assessed by the tutor throughout the course from induction to completion.

Entry Requirements

No specific entry requirements, however good written English is desirable.

Attendance Expectations

No need to attend College, work from home at a pace that suits you

Fee Information

This is a free course.

Further Study

You may wish to complete further distance learning courses in: Equality and Diversity, Understanding Autism or Behaviour that Challenges.

Course Groups (W) Online/Distance Learning
Subject Area (W) Health, Social Care & Wellbeing
Client Group (W) 19+
Search Ref (W) 59693
Website Ref (W) ZQKZ2B344R
Information last amended: 11 June 2024 09:35

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