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1. Smoking Cessation Hypnotherapy Practitioner: Learn All The Tools You Need To Help You Give Up Smoking

Quitting smoking, as with quitting any addiction, is not easy. Many smokers will have already tried other methods of giving up the habit, generally through will power or low doses of nicotine, alone. Where hypnosis differs, and why it works, is that is alters the mindset and subconscious of the smoker, rather than trying to ignore or mask cravings.

We will provide an outline of each of the hypnotherapy sessions that will be discussed in the course and giving students a good background knowledge of this type of hypnotherapy. This includes: the dangers of smoking and how hypnotherapy can help, the stages of change that a client must go through to change their mindset from smoker, to non-smoker, how to conduct an initial interview with a client and understanding why this is so useful, and the importance of gaining an awareness of a client’s medical background.

The course will expand the student’s knowledge of hypnosis; giving an overview of how hypnosis works, which will be explained more fully later in course and can also be used when explaining the process to clients. We look at whether a client is ready to undertake treatment and how set up the process for clients to follow and reach their goals, including common forms that you would have new clients fill in.

As with any therapy and treatment, it is important that the client trusts their practitioner, and this is particularly true of hypnotherapy, as a client cannot be hypnotised if they are not relaxed. We discuss how to build trust and rapport with a client, being aware of your client’s needs and communication style, altering your therapy style to fit the client, and how to go about practising your craft, along with some suggestions that will help your client to cope with the process of becoming a non-smoker.

Students will learn the theories and practices of hypnosis, giving an advanced understanding of what it is and how it works. To aid in the understanding of these theories, we use specific examples in the ways in which hypnosis can be successfully practised.

The course then moves onto the next step of a hypnotherapy, by providing 7 session scripts that can be used in your practice. These scripts are not set in stone and can, and should, be customised to fit each of your clients; addressing goals that they had set in the initial stages of therapy.

Students will learn specialised techniques, which can be incredibly useful when helping a client to quit smoking. The techniques covered are: reframing, sub-modalities, the swish technique, systematic desensitization and anchoring.

We will show you step-by-step setting up your business; how to create a mission statement and the importance of this, making a profit, understanding your clients and attracting more clients, and marketing processes that can be used to grow your business.

Who would benefit from the course?

With its comprehensive study materials, the Smoking Cessation Hypnotherapy Practitioner Course is accessible to anyone, regardless of previous study or experience. While novices to hypnotherapy are able to take the course, with its specialised role within hypnotherapy this course is also excellent for existing hypnotherapy practitioners or students to work through, to add this topic to their current services or knowledge base.

2. Addiction Therapy: Pursue A Rewarding Career As An Addiction Therapist

This Addiction Therapy Certificate introduces students to the course by concentrating on the nature of addiction itself. Students will understand basic human needs in relation to addiction and how therapists approach addiction, along with sharing scientific findings and psychological studies that explore how some people are affected, while others are not.

Recent findings in the area of alcohol addiction are presented to students; increasing understanding with up-to-date knowledge, alongside general ideas of the hows and whys of alcoholism. Students will also learn about drug addiction highlighting that the addictive nature of medications prescribed by doctors can be just as addictive as illegal drugs, despite the social implications of each being different.

Who would benefit from this course?

The Addiction Therapy Certificate Course has been designed to take students from complete novices, to having all the information they need to start a career, or their own business, as an Addiction Therapist.

Although no prior knowledge is needed to take the course, students who are already in a career of care will learn a lot here that could be useful in their roles, and others who would like to understand addiction better will also benefit greatly.

3. Neuropsychology: Navigate The Labyrinth That Is The Brain

Navigate the labyrinth of the most complex organ and system ever discovered, the brain. Study the Neuropsychology Course and explore how it is we are able to express and understand emotions, acquire and use language, learn, remember, and plan, and how consciousness and unconscious experiences are shaped by the brain. Build a foundation of biological knowledge, understand the functions of various areas of the brain, and how these relate to developmental disorders and mental health problems, as well as the effects of brain damage.

The course introduces itself by first looking at the wider subject of psychology and the various areas within this, before establishing the aims of neuropsychology. To give the subject context you are provided with its history, how it is applied in everyday settings, and the questions it sets out to answer.

You don’t need an encyclopaedic knowledge of the brain’s anatomy to study the concepts of neuropsychology. However, a good grasp of some terminology and how the various systems of the brain function both independently and together will aid you in understanding the research put forward by neuropsychologists. To ensure you have the information you need, the Neuropsychology Certificate Course guides you through the basics of brain anatomy and biological functions associated with the human brain and nervous system. You’ll explore the major areas of the brain and how different cell types transmit signals to one another.

To expand their knowledge of the how the human brain and nervous systems work, neuropsychologists use various research methods and technologies to collect data, including the use of Structural Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI), Computer Tomography (CT), and Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS). The course covers how each of these methods is used to provide reliable results and the importance of using group, rather than individual, case studies. You’ll also look at the topic of ethics, including the use of animals in research.

A large and consistent question that has been around since the inception of psychology, is that of the relationship between brain and mind or brain and the “soul”. How the physical can produce the experience of consciousness and whether the brain and mind are distinct from one another. The Neuropsychology Course discusses how the brain generates conscious states, including sleep, hypnosis, stupor and coma, and goes even further by looking at how neuropsychology views free will and the possible existence of a human soul.

Our perception of the world comes about by our brain’s ability to receive sensory input from our five main senses. You’ll learn how each of the sense organs works to receive input and how the brain makes sense of this external stimuli to provide us with the experience of sound, taste, smell, etc. In addition to looking at how the brain usually functions you’ll also learn how damage to the brain can disrupt this process, with phantom limb syndrome and synaesthesia covered extensively.

Humans have a uniquely complex capacity for language. You’ll discover how we develop the ability to speak and process language – looking at the stages we go through, from childhood to adulthood, and how some people become bilingual. The Neuropsychology Course will teach you about disorders of language, such as agraphia and dyslexia, and how brain damage can affect language usage.

The purposes and various types of memory are discussed in the course, including an analysis of which parts of the brain are responsible for the storage and retrieval of memories. You’ll be exposed to the way memory is studied, what happens when particular parts of the brain are damaged, and an explanation of confabulation.

The course addresses mental health problems – looking at what they are and the consensus in Western medicine regarding their causes and treatment. You’ll explore the explanations, risk factors and treatments of the following disorders: depression, anxiety (including phobia), schizophrenia, and bipolar disorder.

Emotions are a fundamental part of human experience. The Neuropsychology Course discusses emotional processing and expressions, including whether this differs between cultures and whether facial expressions are something that are learned or hardwired from birth. You’ll also explore the areas of the brain that are responsible for emotion production and regulation and how brain damage and dysfunction can cause difficulties in this and in understanding emotion.

Who would benefit from this course?

The Neuropsychology Certificate Course is perfect for anyone who has ever wondered how we, as humans, are capable of all the amazing things that we too-often take for granted, many of which separate us from every other living entity on the planet.

If you are interested in this field of study but are unsure whether to commit your time and finances to a full-time, formal qualification, this course provides an exceptional introduction and foundation of knowledge from which to build.

If you work or would like to work, in a caring or support role with people who have developmental disorders or mental illnesses, you will gain a greater understanding of these conditions and how they are treated.

4. Psychology: Learn About Greater Knowledge Of Feelings, Abilities And Personalities

Psychology is not only a science and a profession but its concepts can also be used in everyday life. Studying psychology will provide you with greater knowledge of feelings, abilities and personalities.

Most students also find that they gain a greater satisfaction within their job, their family and social life.

Psychology represents a way of thinking. It’s a science that demands researchers to ask precise questions about a particular issue and then to test their ideas through systematic processes.

Psychology is not easily defined. It’s a term that encompasses a broad spectrum of matters in research and practical applications.

It is what scientists and philosophers of various affiliations created to try to fulfil the need to understand the minds and behaviour of various living beings from the very primitive to the most complex. From its roots in philosophy and physiology, psychology is now often known as the ‘science of the mind.’

Your initial answer to this question will likely be quite different to the picture of psychology that will emerge as you work your way through this course. You may be surprised to find that psychology is much greater than analysing people or formulating psychological diagnoses to emotional problems.

It’s also about how people are able to see colour, how stress affects our biological processes and why babies become distressed when separated from their caregiver.

Learning Outcomes

On completion of this course, students will have developed the following:

  • Increased knowledge base of the major concepts, theoretical perspectives, empirical findings, and historical trends in psychology.
  • Understanding of basic research methods in psychology
  • Develop and use critical and analytical skills
  • Problem solving skills
  • Communication skills
  • Ability to work autonomously
  • An awareness of the applications of psychology

5. Health and Social Care: Pursue A Career In This People-Centric Industry 

The Health and Social Care Course has been created to provide you with a broad education that will enable you to move into employment or further education within the Health and Social Care Sector.

This course aims to introduce you to this important establishment; providing all the information you’ll need to understand if you wish to pursue a career in this people-centric industry.

The health and social care system offers a wide range of services across all sectors, including public, private, and voluntary. The services provided can be found in hospitals, children’s services, care homes, medical and dental services, emergency services and much more, and local authorities, care providers, health services, housing providers and the criminal justice system all contribute to the effectiveness of these services. The common focus, however, is always the individual; ensuring appropriate services are provided to the children and adults who need the care and support of the health and social care system.

You will be introduced to the key issues, terms, and legislation that you will be exposed to in health and social care and the wide range of roles that make up this sector. You will learn about concepts that are key to the industry, such as equality and diversity, and how your own views and life experiences can affect the way you practice.

The ability to communicate effectively is important in everyday life, as well as in most careers, but in health & social care, it is of paramount importance, as the impacts of poor communication can affect lives in severe ways. You will learn the communication barriers that are often faced in this career and how they can be overcome.

To ensure service users get the most effective and appropriate services applicable to their needs, it is important for you to understand the roles, responsibilities, aims and priorities of the other agencies that you will need to work with. This topic is discussed at length, along with how to treat the service users’ confidential information that is shared between agencies.

Although this is an industry that focuses on the wellbeing of others, it is also important to spend time on your own development. Through the Health and Social Care Course, you will explore reflective practice and continuing professional development and how working on these areas improves your capacity to fill your role.

Many of the roles within Health and Social Care, such as health visitors, nurses, child minders, social workers, and family support workers, work with children and families. It is therefore important for those in these roles to have a basic understanding of human growth and development so that they can identify when a child is not meeting specific milestones, which can be indicative of health and development problems. The Health and Social Care Course guides you through the key ages and how a child, between the ages 0-18 years should develop, and then goes on to discuss other important topics about child development.

Safeguarding is an important area for all those working in the health and social care system to understand, as you will often work with children and vulnerable adults. From the course, you will gain a sound basic knowledge on the issues of abuse and neglect, this includes: understanding the types and keys signs of abuse, what actions are expected of you in your role, and what the process is for reporting suspected abuse.

The course also includes a Glossary, should you need to refer to any terms that you do not understand.

Who Would Benefit from the Course?

This course is ideal for those who think they may enjoy a career in the Health & Social Care system but would like to understand the basics of what it is to work in this industry. Completing this course will also arm you with knowledge that will help you to gain employment or go onto further studies in this area.

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The Smoking Cessation Hypnotherapy 5 Course Bundle includes the following courses, below is a summary of each course: 

Course 1 - Smoking Cessation Hypnotherapy Practitioner 

Module 1 - Getting to Know Your Client

  • Part 1: Introduction
  • Part 2: The Dangers of Smoking
  • Part 3: Five Stages of Change
  • Part 4: The Client Interview
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2 - Working With Your Client

  • Part 1: Explaining How Hypnosis Works
  • Part 2: Stage Hypnosis
  • Part 3: How to Test Hypnotic Imagination – The Lemon Test
  • Part 4: Typical Questions You Might Be Asked
  • Part 5: Suggestibility Tests
  • Part 6: Pricing Your Sessions – How Many Do They Need?
  • Part 7: Setting SMART Goals
  • Part 8: Creating Custom Suggestions
  • Part 9: Typical Forms -SMART Goal Worksheet
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3 - Trust and Rapport

  • Part 1: Building Trust and Rapport
  • Part 2: Matching and Mirroring
  • Part 4: Practicing With Your Voice
  • Part 3: Sensory Acuity
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4 - Hypnosis 101

  • Part 1: What is Hypnosis and How Does it Work?
  • Part 2: Getting the Mind and Body in Sync
  • Part 3: Hypnotic Language Patterns
  • Part 4: Words that Move
  • Part 5: The 4 Stage Hypnotic Protocol
  • Part 6: Typical Embedded Commands
  • Part 7: Signs of Trance
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5 - Induction techniques

  • Part 1: Induction Techniques
  • Part 3: Direct Gaze Method
  • Part 2: Eye-Fixation Induction Method
  • Part 4: Magnetic Field Inductions
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6 - Hypnosis Scripts

  • Part 1: Session 1 – The Smoking Bully – Self-Sabotage
  • Part 2: Session 2 – The Five Stages of Change
  • Part 3: Session 3 – The Rotting Garbage Dump
  • Part 4: Session 4 – A Fork in the Road – Overcoming Obstacles
  • Part 5: Session 5 – Self-Sabotage and Parts Therapy
  • Part 6: Session 6 – Remain a Non-Smoker
  • Part 7: Session 7 – Complete Freedom
  • Part 8: Self-Hypnosis Session
  • Part 9: Read Aloud Stop Smoking in its Tracks Self-Hypnosis

Module 7 - Specialized Techniques

  • Part 1: Reframing Technique
  • Part 2: NLP Sub modalities – Visual, Auditory, and Kinesthetic
  • Part 3: The Swish Technique
  • Part 4: Systematic Desensitization
  • Part 5: Therapeutic Metaphors
  • Part 6: Regression Techniques
  • Part 7: Regression Techniques
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8 - Creating Custom Scripts

  • Part 1: 7-step script building process
  • Part 2: A Step-by-Step Guide to Effective Hypnosis
  • Part 3: Advanced Techniques to Try
  • Module 8 Assessment

Module 9 - Business Vision and Marketing

  • Part 1:Business Vision

  • Part 2: How to Attract Clients
  • Part 3: Will You Make a Profit?
  • Part 4: Who is Your Ideal Client?
  • Part 5: Advertising
  • Module 9 Assessment

Course 2 - Addiction Therapy

Module 1 Addiction

  • Part 1: Why Do We Become Addicted?
  • Part 2: Addiction and Loneliness
  • Part 3: Hierarchy of Needs
  • Part 4: To Summarise
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2 Alcohol

  • Part 1: Understanding Alcohol Problems
  • Part 2: Alcohol Dependence Syndrome
  • Part 3: Alcohol and the Brain
  • Part 4: Individual Factors
  • Part 5: Prescribed Detox Medications
  • Part 6: To Summarise
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3 Drugs and Medications

  • Part 1: Drug Abuse
  • Part 2: Energy and Focus Drugs
  • Part 3: Hallucinogens
  • Part 4: Prescription Addiction
  • Part 5: To Summarise
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4 Lifestyle and Food

  • Part 1: Smoking
  • Part 2: Eating
  • Part 3: Sugar
  • Part 4: Coffee and Chocolate
  • Part 5: Lactose and Replacement Foods
  • Part 6: Gambling
  • Part 7: To Summarise
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5 Therapy Tool Overview

  • Part 1: Perspectives of Psychology
  • Part 2: Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
  • Part 3: Useful Thought Exercises
  • Part 4: Mindfulness
  • Part 5: Resilience
  • Part 6: To Summarise
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6 Therapy Outset

  • Part 1: Stage One
  • Part 2: Stage Two
  • Part 3: Stage Three
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7 Client Empowerment

  • Part 1: Stage Four
  • Part 2: Stage Five
  • Part 3: Stage Six
  • Part 4: Relapse Prevention Therapy
  • Part 5: To Summarise

Module 8 Career and Business

  • Part 1: Regulation, Accreditation and Marketing

  • Part 2: Business Plan
  • Part 3: Risk Assessment
  • Part 4: To Summarise
  • Module 8 Assessment

Course 3 - Neuropsychology

Module 1 – What Is Neuropsychology?

  • Introduction
  • Part 1: A Brief Overview Of Neuropsychology
  • Part 2: What Are The Distinguishing Features Of Neuropsychology?
  • Part 3: Questions Neuropsychology Seeks To Answer
  • Part 4: The Application Of Neuropsychology
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2 – The Structure Of The Brain And Central Nervous System

  • Part 1: Key Terms You Need To Know
  • Part 2: How Does The Brain Develop And Change Over The Lifespan?
  • Part 3: Major Lobes Of The Brain
  • Part 4: The Brain’s Vascular System
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3 – Research Methods In Neuropsychology

  • Part 1: Various Types Of Brain Imaging Technology Available To Neuropsychologists
  • Part 2: Are These Techniques Reliable, And Do They Yield Useful Results?
  • Part 3: Individual And Group Studies In Neuropsychological Research
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4 – Consciousness And Awareness

  • Part 1: What Parts Of The Human Brain Allow Us To Be Conscious And Aware?
  • Part 2: What About The Unconscious Mind?
  • Part 3: What Happens When We Go To Sleep?
  • Part 4: Do Humans Have A Soul Or Spirit?
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5 – Perception

  • Part 1: The Sense Organs
  • Part 2: The Ear
  • Part 3: How Many Senses Do We Really Have?
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6 – Language

  • Part 1: Key Elements Of Language Learning And Comprehension
  • Part 2: A Summary Of The Main Language Pathway In The Human Brain
  • Part 3: How Do We Learn To Read?
  • Part 4: Problems Working With Written Language
  • Part 5: What About Sign Language?
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7 – Memory

  • Part 1: The Different Types Of Memory
  • Part 2: What Parts Of The Brain Are Important For Creating And Recalling Memories?
  • Part 3: How Do We Forget Information?
  • Part 4: Further CaseStudies In Amnesia: Henry Molaison And Kent Cochrane
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8 – Developmental Disorders

  • Part 1: Intellectual Disability
  • Part 2: Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD)
  • Part 3: Williams Syndrome
  • Part 4: Autism
  • Module 8 Assessment

Module 9 – Psychiatric Disorders

  • Part 1: What Is A Mental Illness?
  • Part 2: Anxiety
  • Part 3: Schizophrenia
  • Part 4: Bipolar Disorder
  • Module 9 Assessment

Module 10 – Emotion

  • Part 1: What Are The Key Emotions People Experience, And Is This True For All Cultures?
  • Part 2: Pleasure And Happiness
  • Part 3: How Do We Detect Emotion In Others?
  • Part 4: Romantic Attraction And Love
  • Part 5: Social Rejection And The Brain
  • Module 10 Assessment
  • Conclusion

Course 4 - Psychology

Module 1: What is Psychology?

  • Part 1: History of Psychology
  • Part 2: Key Themes Related to Psychology
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2: Different Approaches to Psychology

  • Part 1: Developmental Psychology
  • Part 2: Social Psychology
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3: Research in Psychology

  • Part 1: Research in Psychology
  • Part 2: Variables
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4: Human Emotion

  • Part 1: Human Emotion
  • Part 2: The Biological Component of Emotion
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5 : Stress and Anxiety

  • Part 1: Stress and Anxiety
  • Part 2: Causes of Anxiety
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6: Personality

  • Part 1: Personality
  • Part 2: Personality Theories
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7: Sensation and Perception

  • Part 1: Sensation and Perception
  • Part 2: The Psychophysical Approach
  • Part 3: Factors Affecting Perception
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8: Our Sensory System

  • Part 1: Our Sensory Systems
  • Part 2: The Auditory System
  • Module 8 Assessment

Module 9: How Do We Remember?

  • Part 1: How Do We Remember?
  • Part 2: Forgetting
  • Module 9 Assessment

Module 10: Intelligence

  • Part 1: Intelligence
  • Part 2: Intelligence Testing
  • Module 10 Assessment

Module 11: Classical and Operant Conditioning

  • Part 1: Classical and Operant Conditioning
  • Part 2: Operant conditioning
  • Module 11 Assessment

Module 12: Applications of Operant Conditioning

  • Part 1: Applications of Operant Conditioning
  • Part 2: Devise your own Behaviour Modification Program
  • Module 12 Assessment

Module 13: Other Kinds of Learning

  • Observational Learning
  • Module 13 Assessment

Module 14: Attachment and Separation

  • Part 1: Attachment and Separation
  • Part 2: Patterns of Attachment
  • Part 3: Summary 
  • Module 14 Assessment

Module 15: Parent–Child Interaction

  • Part 1: Maternal Depression
  • Part 2: Trauma and Loss
  • Part 3: Parent- Child Interventions
  • Module 15 Assessment

Module 16: Sexual Development and Gender Identity

  • Sexual Development and Gender Identity
  • Module 16 Assessment

Module 17: Social Psychology and the Individual

  • Part 1: Impressions of People
  • Part 2: Cognitive Schemas
  • Part 3: Self and Identity 
  • Module 17 Assessment

Module 18: Prejudice and Discrimination

  • Part 1: Prejudiced Attitudes
  • Part 2: Discriminatory Behaviour
  • Part 3: Theories of Prejudice and Discrimination
  • Module 18 Assessment

Module 19: Attitudes and Persuasion

  • Part 1: Attitudes and Persuasion
  • Part 2: Communication and Persuasion
  • Module 19 Assessment

Module 20: Conformity and Obedience

  • Part 1: Conformity
  • Part 2: Obedience
  • Module 20 Assessment

Course 5 - Health and Social Care

Module 1- Introduction to Health and Social Care

  • Part 1: Introduction to Health and Social Care
  • Part 2: Duty of Care
  • Part 3: Building effective and appropriate working relationships
  • Part 4: Key Legislation and Regulatory bodies
  • Part 5: Health and Safety
  • Part 6: Summary
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2- Equality & Diversity

  • Part 1: Equality & Diversity
  • Part 2: Can you reflect on a time when you stereotyped or pre-judged someone?
  • Part 3: Summary
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3- Communication

  • Part 1: Communication
  • Part 2: Communication in Health and Social Care
  • Part 3: Barriers to Effective Communication
  • Part 4: Summary
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4- Multi-agency working, Information Sharing and Confidentiality

  • Part 1: Multi-agency working, Information Sharing & Confidentiality
  • Part 2: Confidentiality
  • Part 3: Summary& Practical Tips
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5- Reflective Practice and Personal/Professional Development

  • Part 1: Reflective Practice
  • Part 2: Personal Development Plan
  • Part 3: Kolb’s Experiential Learning Theory (1984)
  • Part 4: Summary
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6– Human Growth and Development

  • Part 1: Child Development
  • Part 2: Wider Influences
  • Part 3: Summary
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7- Safeguarding Children. Abuse and Neglect

  • Part 1: Safeguarding
  • Part 2: Types of abuse and neglect
  • Part 3: If you suspect Abuse: Responding, Recording and Reporting
  • Part 4: Safeguarding Adults
  • Part 5: Summary
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 1- Introduction to Health and Social Care

  • Part 1: Introduction to Health and Social Care
  • Part 2: Duty of Care
  • Part 3: Building effective and appropriate working relationships
  • Part 4: Key Legislation and Regulatory bodies
  • Part 5: Health and Safety
  • Part 6: Summary
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2- Equality & Diversity

  • Part 1: Equality & Diversity
  • Part 2: Can you reflect on a time when you stereotyped or pre-judged someone?
  • Part 3: Summary
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3- Communication

  • Part 1: Communication
  • Part 2: Communication in Health and Social Care
  • Part 3: Barriers to Effective Communication
  • Part 4: Summary
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4- Multi-agency working, Information Sharing and Confidentiality

  • Part 1: Multi-agency working, Information Sharing & Confidentiality
  • Part 2: Confidentiality
  • Part 3: Summary& Practical Tips
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5- Reflective Practice and Personal/Professional Development

  • Part 1: Reflective Practice
  • Part 2: Personal Development Plan
  • Part 3: Kolb’s Experiential Learning Theory (1984)
  • Part 4: Summary
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6– Human Growth and Development

  • Part 1: Child Development
  • Part 2: Wider Influences
  • Part 3: Summary
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7- Safeguarding Children. Abuse and Neglect

  • Part 1: Safeguarding
  • Part 2: Types of abuse and neglect
  • Part 3: If you suspect Abuse: Responding, Recording and Reporting
  • Part 4: Safeguarding Adults
  • Part 5: Summary
  • Module 7 Assessment

Course 6 - Emotional Intelligence

Module 1 What is Emotion?

  • Part 1: Theories of Emotion
  • Part 2: Current Awareness
  • Part 3: In The Long Term
  • Part 4: Summary
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2 Mind Meets Brain

  • Part 1: Types of Intelligence
  • Part 2: Where Does Emotional Intelligence Fit?
  • Part 3: Neurons
  • Part 4: Summary
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3 Runaway Emotions

  • Part 1: Road Rage
  • Part 2: Recognising Your Own Emotions
  • Part 3: Tools of Success
  • Part 4: Summary
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4 Health and Early Learning

  • Part 1: The Immune System
  • Part 2: Early Learning
  • Part 3: Summary
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5 Intrapersonal Skills

  • Part 1: Mindful Check Over
  • Part 2: Are You True to Your Strengths?
  • Part 3: The Storage of Beliefs
  • Part 4: Summary

Module 6 Interpreting Others

  • Part 1: Ego Fuelled Thoughts
  • Part 2: Self- Esteem
  • Part 3: Communication Skills
  • Part 4: Summary
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7 Skilled Exchange

  • Part 1: Personality
  • Part 2: Openness
  • Part 3: Summary
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8 Society and Success

  • Part 1: Introduction
  • Part 2: EI in Business
  • Module 8 Assessment

Entry requirements

Students must have basic literacy and numeracy skills.

Minimum education

Open entry. Previous schooling and academic achievements are not required for entry into this course.

Computer requirements

Students will need access to a computer and the internet. 

Minimum specifications for the computer are:

Windows:

  • Microsoft Windows XP, or later
  • Modern and up to date Browser (Internet Explorer 8 or later, Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

MAC/iOS

  • OSX/iOS 6 or later
  • Modern and up to date Browser (Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

All systems

  • Internet bandwidth of 1Mb or faster
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About this Course

Get Smoking Cessation Hypnotherapy Practitioner, Addiction Therapy, Neuropsychology, Psychology, and Health and Social Care in this Bundle

1. Smoking Cessation Hypnotherapy Practitioner: Learn All The Tools You Need To Help You Give Up Smoking

Quitting smoking, as with quitting any addiction, is not easy. Many smokers will have already tried other methods of giving up the habit, generally through will power or low doses of nicotine, alone. Where hypnosis differs, and why it works, is that is alters the mindset and subconscious of the smoker, rather than trying to ignore or mask cravings.

We will provide an outline of each of the hypnotherapy sessions that will be discussed in the course and giving students a good background knowledge of this type of hypnotherapy. This includes: the dangers of smoking and how hypnotherapy can help, the stages of change that a client must go through to change their mindset from smoker, to non-smoker, how to conduct an initial interview with a client and understanding why this is so useful, and the importance of gaining an awareness of a client’s medical background.

The course will expand the student’s knowledge of hypnosis; giving an overview of how hypnosis works, which will be explained more fully later in course and can also be used when explaining the process to clients. We look at whether a client is ready to undertake treatment and how set up the process for clients to follow and reach their goals, including common forms that you would have new clients fill in.

As with any therapy and treatment, it is important that the client trusts their practitioner, and this is particularly true of hypnotherapy, as a client cannot be hypnotised if they are not relaxed. We discuss how to build trust and rapport with a client, being aware of your client’s needs and communication style, altering your therapy style to fit the client, and how to go about practising your craft, along with some suggestions that will help your client to cope with the process of becoming a non-smoker.

Students will learn the theories and practices of hypnosis, giving an advanced understanding of what it is and how it works. To aid in the understanding of these theories, we use specific examples in the ways in which hypnosis can be successfully practised.

The course then moves onto the next step of a hypnotherapy, by providing 7 session scripts that can be used in your practice. These scripts are not set in stone and can, and should, be customised to fit each of your clients; addressing goals that they had set in the initial stages of therapy.

Students will learn specialised techniques, which can be incredibly useful when helping a client to quit smoking. The techniques covered are: reframing, sub-modalities, the swish technique, systematic desensitization and anchoring.

We will show you step-by-step setting up your business; how to create a mission statement and the importance of this, making a profit, understanding your clients and attracting more clients, and marketing processes that can be used to grow your business.

Who would benefit from the course?

With its comprehensive study materials, the Smoking Cessation Hypnotherapy Practitioner Course is accessible to anyone, regardless of previous study or experience. While novices to hypnotherapy are able to take the course, with its specialised role within hypnotherapy this course is also excellent for existing hypnotherapy practitioners or students to work through, to add this topic to their current services or knowledge base.

2. Addiction Therapy: Pursue A Rewarding Career As An Addiction Therapist

This Addiction Therapy Certificate introduces students to the course by concentrating on the nature of addiction itself. Students will understand basic human needs in relation to addiction and how therapists approach addiction, along with sharing scientific findings and psychological studies that explore how some people are affected, while others are not.

Recent findings in the area of alcohol addiction are presented to students; increasing understanding with up-to-date knowledge, alongside general ideas of the hows and whys of alcoholism. Students will also learn about drug addiction highlighting that the addictive nature of medications prescribed by doctors can be just as addictive as illegal drugs, despite the social implications of each being different.

Who would benefit from this course?

The Addiction Therapy Certificate Course has been designed to take students from complete novices, to having all the information they need to start a career, or their own business, as an Addiction Therapist.

Although no prior knowledge is needed to take the course, students who are already in a career of care will learn a lot here that could be useful in their roles, and others who would like to understand addiction better will also benefit greatly.

3. Neuropsychology: Navigate The Labyrinth That Is The Brain

Navigate the labyrinth of the most complex organ and system ever discovered, the brain. Study the Neuropsychology Course and explore how it is we are able to express and understand emotions, acquire and use language, learn, remember, and plan, and how consciousness and unconscious experiences are shaped by the brain. Build a foundation of biological knowledge, understand the functions of various areas of the brain, and how these relate to developmental disorders and mental health problems, as well as the effects of brain damage.

The course introduces itself by first looking at the wider subject of psychology and the various areas within this, before establishing the aims of neuropsychology. To give the subject context you are provided with its history, how it is applied in everyday settings, and the questions it sets out to answer.

You don’t need an encyclopaedic knowledge of the brain’s anatomy to study the concepts of neuropsychology. However, a good grasp of some terminology and how the various systems of the brain function both independently and together will aid you in understanding the research put forward by neuropsychologists. To ensure you have the information you need, the Neuropsychology Certificate Course guides you through the basics of brain anatomy and biological functions associated with the human brain and nervous system. You’ll explore the major areas of the brain and how different cell types transmit signals to one another.

To expand their knowledge of the how the human brain and nervous systems work, neuropsychologists use various research methods and technologies to collect data, including the use of Structural Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI), Computer Tomography (CT), and Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS). The course covers how each of these methods is used to provide reliable results and the importance of using group, rather than individual, case studies. You’ll also look at the topic of ethics, including the use of animals in research.

A large and consistent question that has been around since the inception of psychology, is that of the relationship between brain and mind or brain and the “soul”. How the physical can produce the experience of consciousness and whether the brain and mind are distinct from one another. The Neuropsychology Course discusses how the brain generates conscious states, including sleep, hypnosis, stupor and coma, and goes even further by looking at how neuropsychology views free will and the possible existence of a human soul.

Our perception of the world comes about by our brain’s ability to receive sensory input from our five main senses. You’ll learn how each of the sense organs works to receive input and how the brain makes sense of this external stimuli to provide us with the experience of sound, taste, smell, etc. In addition to looking at how the brain usually functions you’ll also learn how damage to the brain can disrupt this process, with phantom limb syndrome and synaesthesia covered extensively.

Humans have a uniquely complex capacity for language. You’ll discover how we develop the ability to speak and process language – looking at the stages we go through, from childhood to adulthood, and how some people become bilingual. The Neuropsychology Course will teach you about disorders of language, such as agraphia and dyslexia, and how brain damage can affect language usage.

The purposes and various types of memory are discussed in the course, including an analysis of which parts of the brain are responsible for the storage and retrieval of memories. You’ll be exposed to the way memory is studied, what happens when particular parts of the brain are damaged, and an explanation of confabulation.

The course addresses mental health problems – looking at what they are and the consensus in Western medicine regarding their causes and treatment. You’ll explore the explanations, risk factors and treatments of the following disorders: depression, anxiety (including phobia), schizophrenia, and bipolar disorder.

Emotions are a fundamental part of human experience. The Neuropsychology Course discusses emotional processing and expressions, including whether this differs between cultures and whether facial expressions are something that are learned or hardwired from birth. You’ll also explore the areas of the brain that are responsible for emotion production and regulation and how brain damage and dysfunction can cause difficulties in this and in understanding emotion.

Who would benefit from this course?

The Neuropsychology Certificate Course is perfect for anyone who has ever wondered how we, as humans, are capable of all the amazing things that we too-often take for granted, many of which separate us from every other living entity on the planet.

If you are interested in this field of study but are unsure whether to commit your time and finances to a full-time, formal qualification, this course provides an exceptional introduction and foundation of knowledge from which to build.

If you work or would like to work, in a caring or support role with people who have developmental disorders or mental illnesses, you will gain a greater understanding of these conditions and how they are treated.

4. Psychology: Learn About Greater Knowledge Of Feelings, Abilities And Personalities

Psychology is not only a science and a profession but its concepts can also be used in everyday life. Studying psychology will provide you with greater knowledge of feelings, abilities and personalities.

Most students also find that they gain a greater satisfaction within their job, their family and social life.

Psychology represents a way of thinking. It’s a science that demands researchers to ask precise questions about a particular issue and then to test their ideas through systematic processes.

Psychology is not easily defined. It’s a term that encompasses a broad spectrum of matters in research and practical applications.

It is what scientists and philosophers of various affiliations created to try to fulfil the need to understand the minds and behaviour of various living beings from the very primitive to the most complex. From its roots in philosophy and physiology, psychology is now often known as the ‘science of the mind.’

Your initial answer to this question will likely be quite different to the picture of psychology that will emerge as you work your way through this course. You may be surprised to find that psychology is much greater than analysing people or formulating psychological diagnoses to emotional problems.

It’s also about how people are able to see colour, how stress affects our biological processes and why babies become distressed when separated from their caregiver.

Learning Outcomes

On completion of this course, students will have developed the following:

  • Increased knowledge base of the major concepts, theoretical perspectives, empirical findings, and historical trends in psychology.
  • Understanding of basic research methods in psychology
  • Develop and use critical and analytical skills
  • Problem solving skills
  • Communication skills
  • Ability to work autonomously
  • An awareness of the applications of psychology

5. Health and Social Care: Pursue A Career In This People-Centric Industry 

The Health and Social Care Course has been created to provide you with a broad education that will enable you to move into employment or further education within the Health and Social Care Sector.

This course aims to introduce you to this important establishment; providing all the information you’ll need to understand if you wish to pursue a career in this people-centric industry.

The health and social care system offers a wide range of services across all sectors, including public, private, and voluntary. The services provided can be found in hospitals, children’s services, care homes, medical and dental services, emergency services and much more, and local authorities, care providers, health services, housing providers and the criminal justice system all contribute to the effectiveness of these services. The common focus, however, is always the individual; ensuring appropriate services are provided to the children and adults who need the care and support of the health and social care system.

You will be introduced to the key issues, terms, and legislation that you will be exposed to in health and social care and the wide range of roles that make up this sector. You will learn about concepts that are key to the industry, such as equality and diversity, and how your own views and life experiences can affect the way you practice.

The ability to communicate effectively is important in everyday life, as well as in most careers, but in health & social care, it is of paramount importance, as the impacts of poor communication can affect lives in severe ways. You will learn the communication barriers that are often faced in this career and how they can be overcome.

To ensure service users get the most effective and appropriate services applicable to their needs, it is important for you to understand the roles, responsibilities, aims and priorities of the other agencies that you will need to work with. This topic is discussed at length, along with how to treat the service users’ confidential information that is shared between agencies.

Although this is an industry that focuses on the wellbeing of others, it is also important to spend time on your own development. Through the Health and Social Care Course, you will explore reflective practice and continuing professional development and how working on these areas improves your capacity to fill your role.

Many of the roles within Health and Social Care, such as health visitors, nurses, child minders, social workers, and family support workers, work with children and families. It is therefore important for those in these roles to have a basic understanding of human growth and development so that they can identify when a child is not meeting specific milestones, which can be indicative of health and development problems. The Health and Social Care Course guides you through the key ages and how a child, between the ages 0-18 years should develop, and then goes on to discuss other important topics about child development.

Safeguarding is an important area for all those working in the health and social care system to understand, as you will often work with children and vulnerable adults. From the course, you will gain a sound basic knowledge on the issues of abuse and neglect, this includes: understanding the types and keys signs of abuse, what actions are expected of you in your role, and what the process is for reporting suspected abuse.

The course also includes a Glossary, should you need to refer to any terms that you do not understand.

Who Would Benefit from the Course?

This course is ideal for those who think they may enjoy a career in the Health & Social Care system but would like to understand the basics of what it is to work in this industry. Completing this course will also arm you with knowledge that will help you to gain employment or go onto further studies in this area.

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The Smoking Cessation Hypnotherapy 5 Course Bundle includes the following courses, below is a summary of each course: 

Course 1 - Smoking Cessation Hypnotherapy Practitioner 

Module 1 - Getting to Know Your Client

  • Part 1: Introduction
  • Part 2: The Dangers of Smoking
  • Part 3: Five Stages of Change
  • Part 4: The Client Interview
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2 - Working With Your Client

  • Part 1: Explaining How Hypnosis Works
  • Part 2: Stage Hypnosis
  • Part 3: How to Test Hypnotic Imagination – The Lemon Test
  • Part 4: Typical Questions You Might Be Asked
  • Part 5: Suggestibility Tests
  • Part 6: Pricing Your Sessions – How Many Do They Need?
  • Part 7: Setting SMART Goals
  • Part 8: Creating Custom Suggestions
  • Part 9: Typical Forms -SMART Goal Worksheet
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3 - Trust and Rapport

  • Part 1: Building Trust and Rapport
  • Part 2: Matching and Mirroring
  • Part 4: Practicing With Your Voice
  • Part 3: Sensory Acuity
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4 - Hypnosis 101

  • Part 1: What is Hypnosis and How Does it Work?
  • Part 2: Getting the Mind and Body in Sync
  • Part 3: Hypnotic Language Patterns
  • Part 4: Words that Move
  • Part 5: The 4 Stage Hypnotic Protocol
  • Part 6: Typical Embedded Commands
  • Part 7: Signs of Trance
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5 - Induction techniques

  • Part 1: Induction Techniques
  • Part 3: Direct Gaze Method
  • Part 2: Eye-Fixation Induction Method
  • Part 4: Magnetic Field Inductions
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6 - Hypnosis Scripts

  • Part 1: Session 1 – The Smoking Bully – Self-Sabotage
  • Part 2: Session 2 – The Five Stages of Change
  • Part 3: Session 3 – The Rotting Garbage Dump
  • Part 4: Session 4 – A Fork in the Road – Overcoming Obstacles
  • Part 5: Session 5 – Self-Sabotage and Parts Therapy
  • Part 6: Session 6 – Remain a Non-Smoker
  • Part 7: Session 7 – Complete Freedom
  • Part 8: Self-Hypnosis Session
  • Part 9: Read Aloud Stop Smoking in its Tracks Self-Hypnosis

Module 7 - Specialized Techniques

  • Part 1: Reframing Technique
  • Part 2: NLP Sub modalities – Visual, Auditory, and Kinesthetic
  • Part 3: The Swish Technique
  • Part 4: Systematic Desensitization
  • Part 5: Therapeutic Metaphors
  • Part 6: Regression Techniques
  • Part 7: Regression Techniques
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8 - Creating Custom Scripts

  • Part 1: 7-step script building process
  • Part 2: A Step-by-Step Guide to Effective Hypnosis
  • Part 3: Advanced Techniques to Try
  • Module 8 Assessment

Module 9 - Business Vision and Marketing

  • Part 1:Business Vision

  • Part 2: How to Attract Clients
  • Part 3: Will You Make a Profit?
  • Part 4: Who is Your Ideal Client?
  • Part 5: Advertising
  • Module 9 Assessment

Course 2 - Addiction Therapy

Module 1 Addiction

  • Part 1: Why Do We Become Addicted?
  • Part 2: Addiction and Loneliness
  • Part 3: Hierarchy of Needs
  • Part 4: To Summarise
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2 Alcohol

  • Part 1: Understanding Alcohol Problems
  • Part 2: Alcohol Dependence Syndrome
  • Part 3: Alcohol and the Brain
  • Part 4: Individual Factors
  • Part 5: Prescribed Detox Medications
  • Part 6: To Summarise
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3 Drugs and Medications

  • Part 1: Drug Abuse
  • Part 2: Energy and Focus Drugs
  • Part 3: Hallucinogens
  • Part 4: Prescription Addiction
  • Part 5: To Summarise
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4 Lifestyle and Food

  • Part 1: Smoking
  • Part 2: Eating
  • Part 3: Sugar
  • Part 4: Coffee and Chocolate
  • Part 5: Lactose and Replacement Foods
  • Part 6: Gambling
  • Part 7: To Summarise
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5 Therapy Tool Overview

  • Part 1: Perspectives of Psychology
  • Part 2: Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
  • Part 3: Useful Thought Exercises
  • Part 4: Mindfulness
  • Part 5: Resilience
  • Part 6: To Summarise
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6 Therapy Outset

  • Part 1: Stage One
  • Part 2: Stage Two
  • Part 3: Stage Three
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7 Client Empowerment

  • Part 1: Stage Four
  • Part 2: Stage Five
  • Part 3: Stage Six
  • Part 4: Relapse Prevention Therapy
  • Part 5: To Summarise

Module 8 Career and Business

  • Part 1: Regulation, Accreditation and Marketing

  • Part 2: Business Plan
  • Part 3: Risk Assessment
  • Part 4: To Summarise
  • Module 8 Assessment

Course 3 - Neuropsychology

Module 1 – What Is Neuropsychology?

  • Introduction
  • Part 1: A Brief Overview Of Neuropsychology
  • Part 2: What Are The Distinguishing Features Of Neuropsychology?
  • Part 3: Questions Neuropsychology Seeks To Answer
  • Part 4: The Application Of Neuropsychology
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2 – The Structure Of The Brain And Central Nervous System

  • Part 1: Key Terms You Need To Know
  • Part 2: How Does The Brain Develop And Change Over The Lifespan?
  • Part 3: Major Lobes Of The Brain
  • Part 4: The Brain’s Vascular System
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3 – Research Methods In Neuropsychology

  • Part 1: Various Types Of Brain Imaging Technology Available To Neuropsychologists
  • Part 2: Are These Techniques Reliable, And Do They Yield Useful Results?
  • Part 3: Individual And Group Studies In Neuropsychological Research
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4 – Consciousness And Awareness

  • Part 1: What Parts Of The Human Brain Allow Us To Be Conscious And Aware?
  • Part 2: What About The Unconscious Mind?
  • Part 3: What Happens When We Go To Sleep?
  • Part 4: Do Humans Have A Soul Or Spirit?
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5 – Perception

  • Part 1: The Sense Organs
  • Part 2: The Ear
  • Part 3: How Many Senses Do We Really Have?
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6 – Language

  • Part 1: Key Elements Of Language Learning And Comprehension
  • Part 2: A Summary Of The Main Language Pathway In The Human Brain
  • Part 3: How Do We Learn To Read?
  • Part 4: Problems Working With Written Language
  • Part 5: What About Sign Language?
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7 – Memory

  • Part 1: The Different Types Of Memory
  • Part 2: What Parts Of The Brain Are Important For Creating And Recalling Memories?
  • Part 3: How Do We Forget Information?
  • Part 4: Further CaseStudies In Amnesia: Henry Molaison And Kent Cochrane
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8 – Developmental Disorders

  • Part 1: Intellectual Disability
  • Part 2: Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD)
  • Part 3: Williams Syndrome
  • Part 4: Autism
  • Module 8 Assessment

Module 9 – Psychiatric Disorders

  • Part 1: What Is A Mental Illness?
  • Part 2: Anxiety
  • Part 3: Schizophrenia
  • Part 4: Bipolar Disorder
  • Module 9 Assessment

Module 10 – Emotion

  • Part 1: What Are The Key Emotions People Experience, And Is This True For All Cultures?
  • Part 2: Pleasure And Happiness
  • Part 3: How Do We Detect Emotion In Others?
  • Part 4: Romantic Attraction And Love
  • Part 5: Social Rejection And The Brain
  • Module 10 Assessment
  • Conclusion

Course 4 - Psychology

Module 1: What is Psychology?

  • Part 1: History of Psychology
  • Part 2: Key Themes Related to Psychology
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2: Different Approaches to Psychology

  • Part 1: Developmental Psychology
  • Part 2: Social Psychology
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3: Research in Psychology

  • Part 1: Research in Psychology
  • Part 2: Variables
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4: Human Emotion

  • Part 1: Human Emotion
  • Part 2: The Biological Component of Emotion
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5 : Stress and Anxiety

  • Part 1: Stress and Anxiety
  • Part 2: Causes of Anxiety
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6: Personality

  • Part 1: Personality
  • Part 2: Personality Theories
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7: Sensation and Perception

  • Part 1: Sensation and Perception
  • Part 2: The Psychophysical Approach
  • Part 3: Factors Affecting Perception
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8: Our Sensory System

  • Part 1: Our Sensory Systems
  • Part 2: The Auditory System
  • Module 8 Assessment

Module 9: How Do We Remember?

  • Part 1: How Do We Remember?
  • Part 2: Forgetting
  • Module 9 Assessment

Module 10: Intelligence

  • Part 1: Intelligence
  • Part 2: Intelligence Testing
  • Module 10 Assessment

Module 11: Classical and Operant Conditioning

  • Part 1: Classical and Operant Conditioning
  • Part 2: Operant conditioning
  • Module 11 Assessment

Module 12: Applications of Operant Conditioning

  • Part 1: Applications of Operant Conditioning
  • Part 2: Devise your own Behaviour Modification Program
  • Module 12 Assessment

Module 13: Other Kinds of Learning

  • Observational Learning
  • Module 13 Assessment

Module 14: Attachment and Separation

  • Part 1: Attachment and Separation
  • Part 2: Patterns of Attachment
  • Part 3: Summary 
  • Module 14 Assessment

Module 15: Parent–Child Interaction

  • Part 1: Maternal Depression
  • Part 2: Trauma and Loss
  • Part 3: Parent- Child Interventions
  • Module 15 Assessment

Module 16: Sexual Development and Gender Identity

  • Sexual Development and Gender Identity
  • Module 16 Assessment

Module 17: Social Psychology and the Individual

  • Part 1: Impressions of People
  • Part 2: Cognitive Schemas
  • Part 3: Self and Identity 
  • Module 17 Assessment

Module 18: Prejudice and Discrimination

  • Part 1: Prejudiced Attitudes
  • Part 2: Discriminatory Behaviour
  • Part 3: Theories of Prejudice and Discrimination
  • Module 18 Assessment

Module 19: Attitudes and Persuasion

  • Part 1: Attitudes and Persuasion
  • Part 2: Communication and Persuasion
  • Module 19 Assessment

Module 20: Conformity and Obedience

  • Part 1: Conformity
  • Part 2: Obedience
  • Module 20 Assessment

Course 5 - Health and Social Care

Module 1- Introduction to Health and Social Care

  • Part 1: Introduction to Health and Social Care
  • Part 2: Duty of Care
  • Part 3: Building effective and appropriate working relationships
  • Part 4: Key Legislation and Regulatory bodies
  • Part 5: Health and Safety
  • Part 6: Summary
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2- Equality & Diversity

  • Part 1: Equality & Diversity
  • Part 2: Can you reflect on a time when you stereotyped or pre-judged someone?
  • Part 3: Summary
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3- Communication

  • Part 1: Communication
  • Part 2: Communication in Health and Social Care
  • Part 3: Barriers to Effective Communication
  • Part 4: Summary
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4- Multi-agency working, Information Sharing and Confidentiality

  • Part 1: Multi-agency working, Information Sharing & Confidentiality
  • Part 2: Confidentiality
  • Part 3: Summary& Practical Tips
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5- Reflective Practice and Personal/Professional Development

  • Part 1: Reflective Practice
  • Part 2: Personal Development Plan
  • Part 3: Kolb’s Experiential Learning Theory (1984)
  • Part 4: Summary
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6– Human Growth and Development

  • Part 1: Child Development
  • Part 2: Wider Influences
  • Part 3: Summary
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7- Safeguarding Children. Abuse and Neglect

  • Part 1: Safeguarding
  • Part 2: Types of abuse and neglect
  • Part 3: If you suspect Abuse: Responding, Recording and Reporting
  • Part 4: Safeguarding Adults
  • Part 5: Summary
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 1- Introduction to Health and Social Care

  • Part 1: Introduction to Health and Social Care
  • Part 2: Duty of Care
  • Part 3: Building effective and appropriate working relationships
  • Part 4: Key Legislation and Regulatory bodies
  • Part 5: Health and Safety
  • Part 6: Summary
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2- Equality & Diversity

  • Part 1: Equality & Diversity
  • Part 2: Can you reflect on a time when you stereotyped or pre-judged someone?
  • Part 3: Summary
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3- Communication

  • Part 1: Communication
  • Part 2: Communication in Health and Social Care
  • Part 3: Barriers to Effective Communication
  • Part 4: Summary
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4- Multi-agency working, Information Sharing and Confidentiality

  • Part 1: Multi-agency working, Information Sharing & Confidentiality
  • Part 2: Confidentiality
  • Part 3: Summary& Practical Tips
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5- Reflective Practice and Personal/Professional Development

  • Part 1: Reflective Practice
  • Part 2: Personal Development Plan
  • Part 3: Kolb’s Experiential Learning Theory (1984)
  • Part 4: Summary
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6– Human Growth and Development

  • Part 1: Child Development
  • Part 2: Wider Influences
  • Part 3: Summary
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7- Safeguarding Children. Abuse and Neglect

  • Part 1: Safeguarding
  • Part 2: Types of abuse and neglect
  • Part 3: If you suspect Abuse: Responding, Recording and Reporting
  • Part 4: Safeguarding Adults
  • Part 5: Summary
  • Module 7 Assessment

Course 6 - Emotional Intelligence

Module 1 What is Emotion?

  • Part 1: Theories of Emotion
  • Part 2: Current Awareness
  • Part 3: In The Long Term
  • Part 4: Summary
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2 Mind Meets Brain

  • Part 1: Types of Intelligence
  • Part 2: Where Does Emotional Intelligence Fit?
  • Part 3: Neurons
  • Part 4: Summary
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3 Runaway Emotions

  • Part 1: Road Rage
  • Part 2: Recognising Your Own Emotions
  • Part 3: Tools of Success
  • Part 4: Summary
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4 Health and Early Learning

  • Part 1: The Immune System
  • Part 2: Early Learning
  • Part 3: Summary
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5 Intrapersonal Skills

  • Part 1: Mindful Check Over
  • Part 2: Are You True to Your Strengths?
  • Part 3: The Storage of Beliefs
  • Part 4: Summary

Module 6 Interpreting Others

  • Part 1: Ego Fuelled Thoughts
  • Part 2: Self- Esteem
  • Part 3: Communication Skills
  • Part 4: Summary
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7 Skilled Exchange

  • Part 1: Personality
  • Part 2: Openness
  • Part 3: Summary
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8 Society and Success

  • Part 1: Introduction
  • Part 2: EI in Business
  • Module 8 Assessment

Entry requirements

Students must have basic literacy and numeracy skills.

Minimum education

Open entry. Previous schooling and academic achievements are not required for entry into this course.

Computer requirements

Students will need access to a computer and the internet. 

Minimum specifications for the computer are:

Windows:

  • Microsoft Windows XP, or later
  • Modern and up to date Browser (Internet Explorer 8 or later, Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

MAC/iOS

  • OSX/iOS 6 or later
  • Modern and up to date Browser (Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

All systems

  • Internet bandwidth of 1Mb or faster
  • Flash player or a browser with HTML5 video capabilities(Currently Internet Explorer 9, Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

Students will also need access the following applications:

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Course Summary

Course ID No.: 012CE2095CB
Delivery Mode: Online
Course Access: Unlimited Lifetime
Time required: Study at your own pace
Course Duration: 150 hours per course
Assessments: Yes
Qualification: Certificate

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