South Staffordshire College





Distance Learning Courses

South Staffordshire College offers a range of distance learning courses which are FREE* to learners aged 19+ by the 31st August preceding the start of the distance learning course.

Click on the course title to see details of what you could study.

  • Common Health Conditions

    Understand how to contribute to monitoring the health of individuals affected by health conditions (H/505/5382)
    The aim of this unit is to provide an understanding of monitoring the health of individuals affected by health conditions, including the observation, recording and reporting of these. It will also help learners to gain knowledge of the responses needed when there are changes to an individual’s condition.

    Introductory awareness of sensory loss (F/601/3442)
    The aim of this unit is to provide an understanding of the impact of sensory loss, the impact of attitudes and beliefs, the strategies to overcome these barriers, and the importance of effective communication. It will also help learners to gain knowledge of the main causes, symptoms and conditions associated with sensory loss.

    Stroke awareness (R/505/2526)
    The aim of this unit is to provide an understanding of the different types of stroke, their signs, symptoms and effect on the individual. It will help learners to gain knowledge of the response required in the event of an emergency, how to manage a stroke and the support that is available following a stroke.

    Arthritis awareness (D/505/8491)
    The aim of this unit is to provide an understanding of the different types of arthritis, their causes, signs and symptoms. It will also help learners to gain knowledge of the diagnosis, treatment, support and management of arthritis.

    Dementia awareness (J/505/2524)
    The aim of this unit is to enable learners to gain knowledge of what dementia is, the different forms of dementia and how the actions of others can impact on individuals with the condition.

    Parkinson’s disease awareness (F/505/8497)
    The aim of this unit is to provide an understanding of Parkinson’s disease and its underlying causes, the signs and symptoms of the condition and its impact. It will also help learners gain an understanding of treatment options, support services and strategies for managing the condition.

    Download the Common Health Conditions flyer (PDF)

  • Principles of Prevention and Control of Infection in Health and Social Care

    Unit 01 Principles of the causes and spread of infection in health care settings
    In this unit learners will know how infection is caused and understand how it can be spread in a health care setting.

    Unit 02 Principles of the importance of personal hygiene and health in the prevention and control of infection in health care settings
    In this unit learners will gain an understanding of the importance of personal hygiene and health in preventing infection in a healthcare setting.

    Unit 03 Principles of decontamination, cleaning and waste management in health care settings
    In this unit learners will understand the importance of cleaning, decontamination and waste management to prevent infection in a healthcare setting.

    Unit 04 Principles of infection prevention and control in a health care setting
    In this unit learners will understand the purpose of infection control. They will also understand the policy, roles and responsibilities relating to infection control.

    Download the Principles of Prevention and Control of Infection in Health and Social Care flyer (PDF)

  • Working with Individuals with Learning Disabilities

    Understand the context of supporting individuals with learning disabilities
    This unit explores the meaning of learning disability and considers issues closely linked with learning disability support. These include an awareness of how the attitudes and beliefs of others affect individuals who have learning disabilities. This unit introduces themes of inclusion, human rights, advocacy, empowerment and active participation and also considers the central place of communication in working with individuals who have learning disabilities.

    Introduction to personalisation in social care
    This unit is aimed at those working in a wide range of settings. It introduces understanding of how personalisation affects the provision of social care services, with a focus on the systems, skills and support needed to implement personalised provision.

    Principles of safeguarding and protection in health and social care
    This unit introduces the important area of safeguarding individuals from abuse. It identifies different types of abuse and the signs and symptoms that might indicate abuse is occurring. It considers when individuals might be particularly vulnerable to abuse and what a learner must do if abuse is suspected or alleged.

    Principles of positive risk-taking for individuals with disabilities
    This unit provides the knowledge behind positive risk-taking. It highlights the importance of positive risk-taking for individuals with disabilities. It explores how to take a person-centred approach to enabling individuals to take risks and how to balance risk-taking with duty of care. The legislative context is also covered.

    Introductory awareness of autistic spectrum conditions
    The unit provides introductory awareness on autistic spectrum conditions. It provides learners with key areas of knowledge and explores important themes such as individuality, communication, behaviour and person-centred support.

    Principles of supporting individuals with a learning disability to access healthcare
    This unit provides the learner with the knowledge required to contribute to supporting an individual to access and use healthcare services.

    Download the Working with Individuals with Learning Disabilities flyer (PDF)

  • Understanding Nutrition and Health

    1 – Explore principles of healthy eating
    This unit looks at how diet affects a person’s health. Learners then look at how the 5 food groups contribute to a healthy diet and the role of different nutrients in maintaining health. The final section provides learners with an understanding of healthy food preparation.

    2 – Consider nutritional needs of a variety of individuals
    This unit encourages learners to look at how nutritional needs vary with age. Learners gain an understanding of the special dietary requirements of people following a vegetarian diet, people with certain cultural requirements, and people with allergies. They also gain an awareness of the factors that create barriers to healthy eating.

    3 – Use food and nutrition information to plan a healthy diet
    In this unit learners gain an awareness of the information provided on food labels and how this may be used to help plan a healthy diet. They will learn the facts behind nutritional claims on food labels and will consider the advantages and disadvantages of using food additives. In the final section learners evaluate their own diet and make recommendations for improvement

    4 – The principles of weight management
    This unit aims to give learners an understanding of weight management and how to plan a short-term weight management programme.

    5 – Understanding eating disorders
    This unit gives learners an understanding of different types of eating disorders, how they develop, and their effect on health and wellbeing.

    6 – Principles of food safety for the home environment
    In this unit learners will understand food safety in a home environment. They will investigate safe handling of food, food storage and food disposal. They will also look at correct cooking temperatures to ensure food is safe to eat.

    Download the Understanding Nutrition and Health flyer (PDF)

  • Preparing to Work in Adult Social Care

    Principles of communication in adult social care settings
    This unit introduces the importance of communication in adult social care settings, and ways to overcome barriers to meet individual needs and preferences in communication.

    Principles of personal development in adult social care settings
    This unit introduces the concepts of personal development and reflective practice, which are fundamental to adult social care roles.

    Principles of diversity, equality and inclusion in adult social care settings
    This unit introduces the concept of inclusion, which is fundamental to working in adult social care settings.

    Principles of safeguarding and protection in health and social care
    This unit introduces the important area of safeguarding individuals from abuse. It identifies different types of abuse and the signs and symptoms that might indicate abuse is occurring. It considers when individuals might be particularly vulnerable to abuse and what a learner must do if abuse is suspected or alleged.

    Introduction to duty of care in health, social care or children’s and young people’s settings
    This unit introduces the concept of duty of care and awareness of dilemmas or complaints that may arise where there is duty of care.

    Understand the role of the social care worker
    This unit provides the knowledge required to understand the nature of working relationships, working in ways that are agreed with the employer, and working in partnership with others.

    Understand person-centred approaches in adult social care settings
    This unit introduces the concept of person-centred support as a fundamental principle of social care.

    Understand health and safety in social care settings
    This unit introduces knowledge and understanding of areas of health and safety required to working in a social care setting.

    Understand how to handle information in social care settings
    This unit introduces knowledge required for good practice in recording, storing and sharing information in a social care setting.

    Download the Preparing to Work in Adult Social Care flyer (PDF)

  • Understanding and Managing Diabetes

    Understand diabetes
    The aim of this unit is to enable learners to understand how glucose and insulin function in the body, how different types of diabetes occur and the risk factors associated with Type 2 diabetes.

    Prevention and early intervention of Type 2 diabetes
    The aim of this unit is to enable learners to understand how the onset of Type 2 diabetes can be prevented or delayed through lifestyle changes.

    Understand the initial care of diabetes
    The aim of this unit is to enable learners to understand how a diagnosis of diabetes can impact on an individual and how the condition can be managed and monitored.

    Understand the treatment and management of diabetes
    The aim of this unit is to enable learners to understand the on-going care and treatment recommended to control blood glucose levels and prevent complications for people with diabetes.

    Download the Understanding and Managing Diabetes flyer (PDF)

  • Cleaning Principles

    Dealing with routine and non-routine waste
    In this unit learners will understand how to handle, deal with and transfer routine and non-routine waste.

    Health and safety for the cleaning and support services industry
    In this unit learners will gain an understanding of health and safety legislation and how to work safely.

    Working with customers and others in the cleaning and support services industry
    This unit is about communicating politely and effectively with customers and working with others when performing cleaning tasks.

    Cleaning of interiors and washrooms
    This unit requires learners to be able to work efficiently, carry out the necessary cleaning checks including assessing the areas to be cleaned and selecting the most suitable tools and equipment for the tasks.

    Download the Cleaning Principles flyer (PDF)

  • The Principles of Dementia Care

    Understanding Dementia
    The aim of this unit is to enable learners to gain knowledge of what dementia is, the different forms of dementia and how others can have an impact on the individual with dementia.

    The person-centred approach to dementia care
    This unit provides the knowledge and understanding required to enable the individual with dementia to experience well-being. Learners will be able to develop their knowledge of the person centred approach to dementia care and support.

    Factors that can influence communication
    This unit provides the underpinning knowledge required to develop awareness of differing communication needs and abilities of individuals with dementia in order to enhance positive interaction.

    Equality, diversity and inclusion
    This unit introduces the concepts of equality, diversity and inclusion that are fundamental to person centred care practice.

    Person-centred approaches to the administration of medication
    This unit is about knowledge and understanding of individuals who may have specific needs for receiving medication because of their experience of dementia. Learners will develop their knowledge of these medication requirements.

    Behaviour in the context of dementia care
    In this unit candidates will explore the different forms of behaviour and the factors that affect behaviour in someone with dementia. The candidate will also learn how to respond to behaviour some people may find ‘challenging’ in an appropriate and supportive manner.

    Benefits of engaging in social activities
    This unit will help the learners to understand the benefits of engaging in activities to enhance physical, mental and social well-being in a diverse range of settings.

    Download The Principles of Dementia Care flyer (PDF)

  • Dignity and Safeguarding in Adult Health and Social Care

    Understand safeguarding in adult health and social care
    In this unit learners will gain an understanding of issues relating to safeguarding adults in health and social care. Learners will explore current legislation and explain the roles of different agencies involved in protecting individuals from abuse or harm. The learner will know how to recognise potential and actual abuse, and take action in the event of disclosed suspected or alleged abuse or harm. The unit will help learners to understand ways to reduce the likelihood of abuse or harm and sources of information and support available.

    Principles of dignity in adult health and social care practice
    This unit aims to establish some of the key principles of dignity in adult health and social care practice. In this unit learners will explore issues relating to dignity, self-worth and well-being. The learner will know how to apply the principles of dignity and gain an understanding of the importance of professional relationships for supporting dignity in service provision.

    Understand duty of care in adult health and social care
    In this unit learners will explore issues relating to duty of care within the context of adult health and social care. The learner will gain an understanding of possible conflicts and dilemmas faced between duty of care and individuals rights. They will also be able to recognise and report unsafe practice and understand the impact of own actions on individuals and others.

    Understand dilemmas and public concerns in adult health and social care
    In this unit learners will explore potential dilemmas and issues of public concern in adult health and social care. This unit will help learners identify wider issues and how media reporting and people’s perception has impacted on adult health and social care practice and changes to service delivery.

    Download the Dignity and Safeguarding in Adult Health and Social Care flyer (PDF)

  • End of Life Care

    Understand how to work in end of life care (H/506/5507)
    The purpose of this unit is to assess the learner’s knowledge and understanding when beginning to work in end of life care.

    Care planning in end of life care (L/506/5503)
    This unit provides learners with an understanding of the person-centred approach to care planning within end of life care.

    Understand how to provide support to manage pain and discomfort (A/506/5495)
    This unit provides the learner with the knowledge and skills to provide support for managing pain and discomfort.

    End of life care and dementia (K/505/1981)
    This unit aims to enable learners to understand how the condition of dementia impacts on an individual’s end of life care.

    Understanding the role of the care worker in time of death (H/505/1980)
    This unit aims to enable learners to understand the role of the care worker at time of death.

    Unit 06 Understand loss and grief in end of life care (M/505/1982)
    This unit aims to enable learners to understand the processes of loss and grief and their impact on the individual receiving care, significant others and care workers.

    Download the End of Life Care flyer (PDF)

  • Awareness of Mental Health Problems

    Section 1 – Understanding mental health
    In this unit learners will understand what is meant by mental health and its impact. They will also look at the legal frameworks which ensure high quality care is provided.

    Section 2 – Understanding stress and anxiety
    In this unit learners will gain an understanding of stress and its causes, as well as the effects stress can have on individuals and their daily life. Learners will gain an understanding of ways in which stress can be managed.
    Learners will also gain an understanding of anxiety, the causes of anxiety and how it affects the individual and others. Learners will also gain an understanding of ways in which anxiety can be managed.

    Section 3 – Understanding depression
    In this unit learners will gain an understanding of depression, the causes of depression and how it can affect individuals and others. Learners will also gain an understanding of ways in which depression can be managed.

    Section 4 – Understanding phobias
    In this unit learners will gain an understanding of phobias, the causes of phobias and the effect they can have on the individual and others. Learners will also gain an understanding of ways in which phobias can be managed.

    Section 5 – Understanding eating disorders
    In this unit learners will gain an understanding of eating disorders, the causes of eating disorders and how they can affect the individual and others. Learners will gain an understanding of ways in which eating disorders can be managed.

    Section 6 – Understanding attention deficit hyperactivity disorder
    In this unit learners will gain an understanding of ADHD, the causes of the condition and the effect it can have on an individual and others. Learners will gain an understanding of ways in which ADHD can be managed.

    Section 7 – Understanding obsessive compulsive disorder
    In this unit learners will gain an understanding of OCD, the causes of OCD and how it can affect the individual and others. Learners will gain an understanding of ways in which OCD can be managed.

    Section 8 – Understanding post-traumatic stress disorder
    In this unit learners will gain an understanding of PTSD, its causes and how it can affect the individual and others. Learners will also gain an understanding of the ways in which PTSD can be managed.

    Section 9 – Understanding dementia
    In this unit learners will gain an understanding of dementia, its causes and how it can affect the individual and others. Learners will also gain an understanding of the ways in which dementia can be managed.

    Section 10 – Understanding postnatal depression
    In this unit learners will gain an understanding of postnatal depression and its causes, looking at how it can affect the individual and others. Learners will also gain an understanding of ways in which postnatal depression can be managed.

    Section 11 – Understanding bipolar disorder
    In this unit learners will gain an understanding of bipolar disorder, its causes and the effect it can have on individuals and their daily lives. Learners will gain an understanding of ways in which bipolar disorder can be managed.

    Section 12 – Understanding schizophrenia
    In this unit learners will gain an understanding of schizophrenia, the causes of schizophrenia and media representation of the condition. Learners will gain an understanding of ways in which schizophrenia can be managed.

    Download the Awareness of Mental Health Problems flyer (PDF)

  • Understanding the Safe Handling of Medication in Health and Social Care

    Understand medication and prescriptions
    This unit provides an introduction to the many types of medicines learners are likely to encounter in a work environment. It introduces some of the legislation about medication and sources of information and guidance.

    Supply, storage and disposal of medication
    This unit provides learners with an understanding of the requirements for safe handling, storage and disposal of medication and the roles and responsibilities of staff in relation to these procedures.

    Understand the requirements for the safe administration of medication
    This unit will provide learners with an understanding of the safe administration of medication. It covers the processes, routes and methods of administration and some of the more common side effects and adverse reactions to medication.

    Record-keeping and audit processes for medication
    This unit provides an opportunity for learners to develop an understanding of the audit process, the records that must be maintained regarding the administration of medicine, and issues of accountability, responsibility and confidentiality.

    Download the Understanding the Safe Handling of Medication in Health and Social Care flyer (PDF)

  • Customer Service

    Principles of customer service and delivery
    This unit provides learners with an understanding of customer service and its effective delivery. Legal and ethical requirements relating to customer service and maintaining customer service information are also covered

    Understand customers
    This unit provides learners with an understanding of the different types of customers. Learners will understand the relationship between good customer service and customer loyalty, and how this affects the organisation in terms of reputation and image.

    Understand employer organisations
    This unit ensures learners understand organisational structures and the differences between the private, public and voluntary sectors. Learners will be able to describe the internal and external influences on organisations and why change within the business environment is important.

    Understand how to communicate with customers
    In this unit learners have the opportunity to increase their knowledge of communication techniques. They will identify and adapt their communication styles in order to offer the best customer service. Learners will increase their knowledge of the different forms of written communication and be able to select the most appropriate method that meets the needs of the customers.

    Understand how to develop customer relationships
    This unit provides learners with an understanding of how to develop customer relationships and the value of customer loyalty and retention to the organisation. Learners will be able to describe how customers form expectations of the service they receive and explain the limits of their own authority in implementing improvements.

    Understand how to resolve problems and deliver customer service to challenging customers
    This unit provides learners with an understanding of how to deal with challenging customers and describe techniques to resolve problems. Learners will be able to identify customer service problems, agree solutions to problems, and manage unresolved problems by referral to other sources.

    Understand how to develop working relationships with colleagues
    This unit provides learners with an understanding of the principles of effective team working. Learners will be able to identify what’s expected of a buddy and techniques for providing feedback.

    Download the Customer Service flyer (PDF)

  • Equality and Diversity

    Section 1 – Equality and Diversity in Society
    In this unit the learner will consider what is meant by the terms ‘equality’ and ‘diversity’. They will develop an understanding of the effects of stereotyping, labelling, prejudice and discrimination and will start to understand the different characteristics that make us who we are.

    Section 2 – Equality and Diversity in the Community
    In this unit the learner will consider the extent and the value of diversity within a chosen community. As part of this they will develop an understanding of the potential inequalities which can occur within a community and the support services and groups which exist to ensure equality and diversity is maintained.

    Section 3 – Equality and Diversity in the Workplace
    In this unit the learner will develop an understanding of the meaning of equality and diversity in the workplace. This will include how equality and diversity is monitored in the workplace and how the rights of individuals are protected.

    Download the Equality and Diversity flyer (PDF)

  • Principles of Business Administration

    Mandatory Units:
    Principles of providing administrative services
    This unit will enable learners to develop the knowledge of a range of administrative support tasks. Learners will be able to describe the different types of meetings and develop an understanding of how to organise travel and accommodation. Learners will be able to describe the different mail services available and understand the impact of delivering poor customer service.

    Principles of business document production and information management
    This unit aims to provide learners with an understanding of how to prepare and distribute business documents and identify how information is managed in business organisations

    Understand communication in a business environment
    The aim of this unit is to provide learners with an understanding of the requirements of written and verbal business communication. Learners will be able to identify appropriate body language and tone of voice when communicating verbally

    Understand employer organisations
    This unit ensures learners understand organisational structures and the differences between private, public and voluntary sectors. Learners will be able to describe the internal and external influences on organisations and why change in the business environment is important.

    Understand how to develop working relationships with colleagues
    The aim of this unit is to provide learners with an understanding of the principles of effective team working. Learners will be able to identify what is expected of a buddy and techniques for providing feedback.

    Optional Units – choose any 2 units from the following:
    Understand how to carry out business administration tasks
    This unit aims to provide learners with an understanding of how to deal with incoming and outgoing mail, and reception services. Learners will gain knowledge of diary systems management, event organisation and systems for financing in administrator roles.

    Understand how to store, retrieve and archive information
    This unit aims to provide learners with an understanding of information storage, retrieval and archiving requirements for security and access of offsite archives

    Know how to publish, integrate and share using social media
    The aim of this unit is to develop the knowledge and understanding to publish, integrate and share using social media. The learner will be able to identify the main networks and their features used in social media and why they would use them. The learner will also be able to identify the benefits and risks of networking on social media for an organisation.

    Principles of digital marketing
    The aim of this unit is to focus on the positive and negative aspects of using social media and how to minimise risks. Learners will be able to describe how businesses and organisations may use social media to communicate and promote their products and services

    Download the Principles of Business Administration flyer (PDF)

  • Team Leading

    Principles of team leading
    This unit provides learners with an understanding of leadership styles in organisations. Learners will develop knowledge of team dynamics and the techniques used to manage the work of teams. Learners will also gain an appreciation of the impact of change management and how a motivated team affects an organisation.

    Understand business
    This unit equips learners with an understanding of organisational structures and the business environment. Learners will gain knowledge in the principles of business planning and finance within an organisation, as well as business reporting, management responsibilities and accountabilities within an organisation.

    Understand how to communicate work-related information
    This unit equips learners with an understanding of the principles and techniques of work-related communication both verbally and in writing. Learners will also develop the knowledge of a range of documents required for different types of meetings in a business environment.

    Understand customers
    This unit provides learners with an understanding of the different types of customers. Learners will understand the relationship between good customer service and customer loyalty and how this affects the organisation in terms of reputation and image.

    Understand how to deliver customer service and resolve problems
    This unit equips learners with an understanding of customer service delivery and the relationship between customer service and brand. Learners will be able to identify the techniques used to resolve customer service problems.

    Understand how to develop working relationships with colleagues
    This unit provides learners with an understanding of the principles of effective team working. Learners will be able to identify what is expected of a buddy and techniques for providing feedback.

    Understand health and safety procedures in the workplace
    This unit aims to provide learners with an understanding of individual health and safety responsibilities and laws affecting the workplace.

    Understand how to handle information and mail
    This unit provides learners with the knowledge of systems and procedures for storage and retrieval of information. Learners will also understand how to deal with incoming and outgoing mail.

    Download the Team Leading flyer (PDF)

  • Understanding Autism

    Introduction to autism
    This unit provides learners with an introduction to autism, covering what is meant by ‘autism’, theories and diagnosis. Learners will also look at common misconceptions associated with autism and conditions that can co-occur with autism.

    Using a person-centred approach to support individuals with autism
    This unit covers using a person-centred approach to support individuals with autism, incorporating the preferences and needs of the individual. Learners will also look at legislation and guidance, and the support networks available to individuals and their families.

    Communication and social interaction in individuals with autism
    This unit covers the potential delays and difficulties in speech, language, and social development sometimes faced by individuals with autism. It also covers methods and strategies that could be used when communicating with an individual with autism.

    Sensory processing, perception and cognition in individuals with autism
    In this unit learners will gain an understanding of sensory processing, perception, and cognition in individuals with autism – including looking at hypersensitivity and hyposensitivity. Learners will also consider how to the support the sensory needs of individuals with autism.

    Supporting positive behaviour in individuals with autism
    Through this unit learners will understand individuals’ behaviours in the context of autism. They’ll also look at how to support positive behaviour and help individuals to develop coping strategies.

    Supporting individuals with autism to live healthy and fulfilled lives
    This unit covers how to support individuals through transitions and life events, how to maintain their personal safety, and how to access services, facilities and employment opportunities. Learners will also gain an understanding of what it’s like for an individual to live with autism.

  • Principles of Care Planning

    Understanding person-centred thinking and planning
    This unit provides learners with knowledge and understanding of the principles and processes of person-centred thinking, planning and reviews.

    Care planning for the care worker
    This unit provides learners with the knowledge and understanding required to facilitate working with individuals to carry out activities specified in their care or support plan, including person-centred assessment, planning, implementation and review.

    Understanding nutrition and hydration in health and social care settings
    This unit provides learners with the knowledge and understanding of promoting health and well-being through nutrition and hydration.

    Principles of supporting an individual to maintain personal hygiene
    This unit provides learners with the underpinning knowledge for supporting individuals in maintaining personal hygiene. It covers good personal hygiene routines and why these are important, as well as the causes of poor personal hygiene.

    Understanding continence care
    The unit provides learners with the knowledge and understanding required to support individuals to manage continence. It covers the factors affecting continence, the management of continence, and the use of continence equipment.

    Principles of supporting sleep
    This unit provides learners with the knowledge required to establish the conditions that are likely to be suitable for sleep, and how to support individuals to sleep.

  • Understanding Working with People with Mental Health Needs

    Understand the role of the mental health worker
    In this unit learners will consider the standards required to work in the mental health sector and the factors that support good practice within this sector. Learners will also investigate how they can develop within their own work role and how to maintain their own wellbeing.

    Mental health and mental health issues
    In this unit learners will look into the need for positive mental health and the effects mental health problems can have on individuals. They will also investigate the different types of mental health problems and associated symptoms. Legislation and guidance that relate to mental health are also investigated.

    Understand duty of care in adult health and social care
    In this unit learners will explore issues relating to duty of care within the context of adult health and social care. The learner will gain an understanding of possible conflicts and dilemmas faced between duty of care and individuals’ rights. They will also be able to recognise and report unsafe practice and understand the impact of own actions on individuals and others.

    Approaches to care and management in mental health
    Learners will investigate the key features and principles of the care planning process and will identify aspects of good practice, including the key components of a risk assessment and the requirements of a mental health assessment. Learners will identify the agencies involved in the care process and the role they perform.

    Understanding change and support in relation to mental health
    This unit will help learners understand how mental health change occurs. They will look at the support available and the role of the support workers and others. Treatment options will be investigated as well as identifying support and resources available to those experiencing mental health problems.

*Please note that we charge learners that fail to complete the course within 12 weeks a fee of £125. This is a contribution to our costs associated with this course. Should you withdraw or not complete, you will be sent an invoice for this amount.

 


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