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Get Grief and Bereavement Counselling, Psychology, Counselling Skills Advanced, Health and Social Care, Mental Health and Social Care, Life Skills Coaching - Advanced, Counselling Skills, Depression Management, Dementia Awareness, Higher Level Teaching Assistant in this Bundle

1. Grief and Bereavement Counselling:Learn How To Deal With Sense Of Loss, Intense Grief and Depression

The chaos of grief can be at the same time overwhelming and a refuge to retreat into. For those who are suffering there is no consolation and for those around them words prove appallingly inadequate.

Working with the bereaved deals with an important aspect of counselling. The sense of loss, intense grief and depression that follows bereavement can be almost unbearable and the need for counselling is often a desperate one.

2. Psychology:Gain a greater understanding of yourself and others

Any one wanting to study this interesting psychology course will end up enhancing their own experience in life and will give the student a greater understanding of yourself and others.

About Psychology

This Psychology Course will succeed in providing the student 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.

Our Psychology course presumes no prior knowledge of the subject and will provide you with an amazing and interesting insight into this informative profession.

3. Counselling Skills Advanced:Teach A Person How To Clarify Their Thoughts And Feelings

Counselling can enable a person to clarify their thoughts and feelings in order that they might arrive at their own decisions and even comfortably initiate major changes in their lives."

There is a real danger that counselling is losing touch with its roots as, on an ever increasing level, counsellors are working on a long-term basis with clients who are severely disturbed. Counselling was never intended for such a field but was originally developed for those persons who had vocational or educational problems, those with life crises and those who wished to explore and develop further.

4. Health and Social Care:Pursue A Career Within The Health And Social Care Sector

Our new and exciting Health and Social Care course has been specifically designed for those students who have an interest in or who work in the health and social care sector.

Health and social care encompasses a wide range of services and cuts across all sectors, including public, private and voluntary. It includes services within hospitals, clinics, care homes, medical and dental practices, emergency services, complementary medicine, and more.

Our Health and Social Care course is the ideal course for anyone who is looking to pursue a career within the health and social care sector. This includes jobs such as nursing, social workers and other types of health care workers.

The course covers key aspects of the field in order to sufficiently prepare you to work in the health and social care sector, or to enhance your confidence and skills within your existing role.

5. Mental Health and Social Care:Learn The Basic Values And Principles Underlying Anti-Mentalist Practice

By the end of this course you will be able to demonstrate an understanding of the basic values and principles underlying anti-mentalist practice.

This course aims to enable you to critically appraise the major existing theories, models and treatment methods in this field and to critically evaluate the social model of mental health.

You will also be able to promote the users' perspective in mental health services, showing awareness of how to manage areas of conflict.

6. Life Skills Coaching - Advanced:Gain Competence In Life Skills Coaching

The Advanced Life Skills Coaching Certificate course is designed as a complete professional training package, incorporating a full range of therapeutic models in a complete holistic Life Skills Coaching programme.

The student will gain competence in modalities including; Basic Counselling, Psychoanalysis, CBT, Coaching, Advanced Coaching, Basic NLP and Self Hypnosis. These are all combined with the knowledge of how to work with support networks and other professionals, a well as how to set up in professional practice.

Extensive use of case studies is combined with examination of specific application topics (such as stress, anger, smoking and emotional issues) so that the student will gain knowledge of how to apply skills to a range of typical client presentations and issues. The course is designed to enable the student to adhere to the existing National Occupational Standards for Counselling.

7. Counselling Skills:Learn How To Help Individuals Find Their Own Answers

Counselling is essentially a lively, human and personal experience between two people. Therefore, it is a process which requires commitment of time and effort from both parties.

The aim is for the counsellor to help the client find their own answers and to become more in charge of their lives rather than less so; to be able to live their own life rather than be lived by it.

8. Depression Management:Learn A Straightforward Coping Strategy For Helping Others

It is one of the most distressing and commonly occurring disorders. It is easily diagnosed yet, though eminently treatable many sufferers never receive any adequate therapy whatsoever; it is depression.

About Depression Management

This depression management course offers the student a straightforward coping strategy for helping the client, family member or friend to work through and/or cope with depression. Included is a discussion of the common signs of depression and an explanation as to why so many individuals are prone to feeling depressed.

9. Dementia Awareness:Improve Your Clinical Practice When Working With People With Dementia

The purpose of this Course on dementia is to improve your clinical practice when working with people with dementia.  It seeks to do this by considering seven distinct but interrelated areas that, collectively, will give you a greater degree of awareness of dementia and what you can do to help.  These units seek to address the following questions:

  • What is it like for someone to have dementia?
  • What exactly is dementia?
  • What should our practice be like?
  • Can we communicate with people with dementia?  If so, how?
  • What can we do to help people with dementia?
  • How can we help family and friends caring for a loved one with dementia?
  • What are the legal and ethical issues of working with people with dementia?

10. Higher Level Teaching Assistant:Progress From The Position Of Teaching Assistant To That Of Higher Level Teaching Assistant

Do you want to progress from the position of Teaching Assistant to that of Higher Level Teaching Assistant? If so, you will need to satisfy an external assessor that you are capable of contributing to the pupils learning at the level set out in the HLTA standards.

This distance learning course is ideal because it has been carefully mapped to those standards and will, therefore, be an invaluable aid in reaching the required criterion and indeed supporting the pupils, teachers, and school as a Higher Level Teaching Assistant

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Grief and Bereavement Counselling 10 Course Bundle includes the following courses, below is a summary of each course: 

Course 1 - Certificate in Grief and Bereavement Counselling Online Course

Attitudes Towards Death

  • Grief reaction
  • Chaos of grief
  • Phases of grief
  • Bereavement counselling
  • Facing conflicts

What is Grief? What can be done to help?

  • Stress-specific reactions
  • Non-specific and mixed reactions
  • Typically normal grief
  • Chronic grief
  • Inhibited grief
  • Delayed grief
  • Grief management

Exploring Grief and Letting Go

  • Pang or Wave
  • Other symptoms
  • Anger
  • Primary symptoms are:
  • Stigma
  • Deprivation

Bereavement and the Male Client

  • Bereavement and the male client
  • Working with Children
  • Children and grief
  • Guilt in a child
  • Some become sullen and very irritable

Adjustment to Violent Death

  • Blame
  • Normal denial e.g
  • Pathological denial
  • Rights of the bereaved

Course 2 - Certificate in Psychology Online Course

  • What is Psychology?
  • Different Approaches to Psychology
  • Research in Psychology
  • Signs of Emotion
  • Theories of Emotion
  • Stress and Anxiety
  • Sensation and Perception
  • Factors Affecting Perception
  • How Do We Remember?
  • Remembering and Forgetting
  • The Reliability of Memory
  • Classical and Operant Conditioning
  • Applications of Classical and Operant Conditioning
  • Other Kinds of Learning
  • Parent–Child Interaction
  • Attachment and Separation
  • Sexual Development and Gender Identity
  • Impressions of People
  • Prejudice and Discrimination
  • Reducing Prejudice
  • Social Pressure on the Individual
  • Group Norms and Conformity
  • Conformity to Roles and Obedience

Course 3 - Certificate in Counselling Skills Advanced Online Course

Course Introduction – Philosophy and Design

  • Counsellors work on a long term basis with severely disturbed clients
  • Research is important
  • Difficulties a counsellor may be confronted with:
  • ‘Non-directive’ approach to therapy

Effective Communication

  • Purpose of Communication
  • Body Language

Motivational Interview and Dynamics of Recovery

  • Stages of Change
  • Not interested in changing a risky lifestyle
  • Thinking about change:
  • Preparing to change
  • Making changes
  • Maintaining change
  • Relapsing
  • Express empathy
  • Avoid arguing
  • Support self-efficacy
  • Eliciting phase skills

Dealing with Denial

  • Denial
  • Development of denial
  • Psychotic mechanisms
  • Immature mechanisms
  • Neurotic mechanisms
  • Displacement (conversion, phobias, wit)
  • Mature mechanisms
  • Pathological denial
  • Alcoholic denial
  • Caring and confrontation

Working with the Family

  • Open system
  • Closed system
  • Balance
  • Diagnostic interview
  • Substance abuse of an adolescent
  • Family intervention

Marital Counselling

Course 4 - Certificate in Health and Social Care Online Course

Lesson 1: Promote communication in health, social care or children’s and young people’s settings 

  • The unit explores the central importance of communication in such settings, and ways to meet individual needs and preferences in communication. It also considers issues of confidentiality. 

Lesson 2: Engage in personal development in health, social care or children’s and young people’s settings

  • The unit introduces the concepts of personal development and reflective practice which are fundamental to such roles, and ways to implement these.

Lesson 3: Promote equality and inclusion in health, social care or children’s and young people’s settings

  • The unit introduces the concepts of equality, diversity and inclusion which are fundamental to such roles.

Lesson 4: Principles for implementing duty of care in health, social care or children’s and young people’s settings

  • The unit introduces ways to address the dilemmas, conflicts or complaints that may arise where there is a duty of care

Lesson 5: 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. 

Lesson 6: The role of the health and social care worker

  • This unit provides the learner with the knowledge and skills required to understand the nature of working relationships, work in ways that are agreed with the employer and work in partnership with others. 

Lesson 7: Promote person centred approaches in health and social care

  • This unit provides the learner with the knowledge and skills required to implement and promote person centred approaches.  

Lesson 8: Promote and implement health and safety in health and social care

  • This unit provides the learner with the knowledge and skills required to promote and implement health and safety in their work setting.  

Lesson 9: Promote good practice in handling information in health and social care settings

  • This unit covers the knowledge and skills needed to implement and promote good practice in recording, sharing, storing and accessing information.

Lesson 10: Provide support to maintain and develop skills for everyday life

  • The unit provides the learner with the knowledge and skills required to work with individuals to retain, regain and develop skills for everyday life.

Lesson 11: Facilitate learning and development activities to meet individual needs and preferences

  • This unit provides the learner with the knowledge and skills required to support individuals to plan, take part in and evaluate learning or development activities. 

Lesson 12: Support individuals to access and use services and facilities

  • This unit provides the learner with the knowledge and skills required to support individuals to select, use and review services and facilities.

Lesson 13: Facilitate person centred assessment, planning, implementation and review

  • This unit provides the learner with the knowledge and skills required to facilitate person-centred assessment, planning, implementation and review.  

Lesson 14: Support Individuals With Specific Communication Needs 

  • This unit provides the learner with the knowledge and skills that address personal interaction and the use of special methods and aids to promote communication.

Lesson 15: Support use of medication in social care settings

  • This unit assesses support for use of medication in social care settings.  It covers broad types, classifications and forms of medication, as well as safe handling and storage. It addresses practical support for use of medication that reflects social care principles and values, and includes the need for accurate recording and reporting.

Course 5 - Certificate in Mental Health and Social Care Online Course

Stakeholders and Their Influence

  • Stakeholders
  • Attitudes to Mental Ill Health
  • The Media
  • Stigma
  • Social Work and Discrimination
  • Race and Mental Health
  • Gender and Mental Health
  • The Medical Classification of Mental Illness

Understanding Models of Mental Ill Health

  • Concepts of Mental Health and Mental Ill Health
  • Models of Mental Ill Health
  • The Psychodynamic Model
  • The Behavioural Model
  • The Cognitive Model
  • The Social Model
  • The Medical Model
  • The Stress-Vulnerability Model
  • Models of Mental Ill Health
  • Accepting Voices

Mental Health Policy and Legislation

  • Historical Overview
  • The Beginning of Segregation and the First Wave of Asylums
  • The Influence of Shell-Shock in World War One
  • The Second World War and Its Aftermath
  • Moving Towards Hospital Closure
  • Current Policy Directions
  • Social Inclusion
  • Concerns About the Updated CPA
  • The Reform of the Mental Health Act 1983
  • Care Vs Control – Right and Risks

Social Work in Community Mental Health Terms

  • The Development of Multi-Disciplinary Community Mental Health Teams
  • The Structure and Organisation of Multi-Disciplinary Teams
  • Improving Multi-Disciplinary Working
  • The Role of the Mental Health Social Worker
  • Generic Mental Health Workers V Discreet Professions

Treatments and Interventions

  • Physical Treatments
  • Complementary and Alternative Therapies
  • Self Management Techniques
  • Social Interventions
  • Social Role Valorisation (A Model for Addressing Labelling)

Service User Participation

  • Service User Participation
  • The Service User Movement
  • Advocacy Services

Course 6 - Certificate in Life Skills Coaching - Advanced Online Course

What is Life Coaching

  • What to expect from the course
  • What is coaching
  • What are lifeskills
  • What elements of therapy are contained within life coaching

What do clients usually want from Life Coaching?

  • Typical presenting clients
  • Typical presented problems
  • Typical presented goals
  • Dealing with personal prejudices and opinions

Surface life coaching versus holistic life coaching?

  • Behavioural therapy approach and rapid intervention
  • Holistic theory and cycles of change
  • Clients with deeper issues wanting only surface change
  • Ethics of eliciting deeper change

Common misconceptions and errors

  • Errors made by practitioners
  • Mistaken beliefs about coaching
  • Examining the role of the life coach

Areas and levels of change

  • The different levels of life (looking at different models)
  • Expectations from areas of life
  • Imbalances in levels of life
  • Dissonance between surface needs and driving needs

Counselling Skills

  • What is counselling
  • National Occupational Standards for Counselling

Counselling Skills continued

  • Open questioning
  • Basic methods (reflection, reframing, summary, challenge)
  • Common errors
  • Balancing listening and assessment
  • Common models of counselling (Egan, Nelson etc.)

Basic Coaching Skills

  • Determining validity of goals
  • Determining ecology of goals
  • Three stages of goal setting
  • Working through the process
  • Case study

Advanced Coaching Skills

  • Specialised Coaching techniques

Coaching the client in relaxation techniques

  • Teaching basic relaxation methods, introduction
  • Is it meditation or self hypnosis?
  • Models of visualisation
  • Models of personal affirmations
  • Safety Precautions with teaching aids e.g. tapes

Coaching the client in altered states

  • Is it self hypnosis or NLP?
  • Eliciting different states of relaxation, concentration, elation
  • Choosing emotional states and ensuring ecology
  • Anchoring emotional and physical states at will
  • Performing exercises with the client
  • Ensuring the client can continue to adapt and expand
  • Training aids: Log book, handouts, tapes etc.
  • Recommended books and topics to read

Coaching the client in Behavioural change

  • Safety, fears, ecology and good practice
  • Image manipulation
  • Advanced use of anchoring
  • Affirmations in relaxed state
  • Affirmations in waking state)

Coaching the Client in advanced behavioural changes

  • Using principles of CBT
  • CBT principles with the client
  • CBT as homework
  • Self analysis using CBT

CBT continued (Part II: Toxic thoughts)

Basic Psychoanalysis theory and useful techniques

  • Analysis in coaching
  • Topic association method

Referral and working with other practitioners

  • Knowing when the case is too complex
  • Referral to other practitioners
  • Protecting yourself
  • Professional clients “the heart sick”
  • Cooperating with other practitioners
  • Cooperating with Medical Doctors

Emotional issues and case studies

  • Confidence
  • Self Esteem
  • Self Image
  • Behavioural versus holistic
  • Case study

Deeper emotional issues and case studies

  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Phobias and Fears
  • Ensuring appropriate advertising, referral and practice
  • Case study

Weight Loss and Control

  • Lifestyle issues
  • Assisting the client in choosing a diet plan
  • Assisting the client in choosing an exercise plan
  • Boundaries of the life coach in weight loss advice
  • Ensuring appropriate advertising and practice
  • Case study

Stop Smoking Coaching

  • Lifestyle issues
  • Positive versus negative methods
  • Visualisation methods
  • Motivational counselling methods
  • Self help techniques
  • Learning aids e.g. tapes and handouts
  • Case study

Performance Coaching

  • Common types of performance coaching
  • Sports performance coaching
  • Business performance coaching
  • Public speaking coaching
  • Boundaries of the life coach in performance coaching
  • Case study

Faith and Spiritual issues

  • Common types
  • What is spiritual and what is faith?
  • Grief and bereavement
  • Abuse
  • Religious imposition
  • Fear of the future
  • Supporting without converting
  • Working within existing faith models
  • Case study

Anger and Stress Management Coaching

  • Safety concerns, confidentiality and referral
  • Addressing lifestyle issues
  • Relaxation therapy
  • Nutrition issues
  • Relationship issues
  • Underlying causes
  • Behavioural change
  • Working with other professionals
  • Case study

Working with couples or groups

  • Typical presented issues
  • Initial meeting and planning response
  • Facilitating discussions
  • Homework and agreements
  • When to refer and working alongside other professionals

Non-Specific Issues

  • Common presentations
  • Feeling lost
  • Not happy despite having everything
  • The survivor with no time to live
  • The person in imbalance
  • Tracking the feelings and memories
  • Using advanced anchoring for changing remembered emotions
  • Combining anchoring with inner child methods
  • Working with service users (clients) of state agencies
  • Case study

Professional Practice and Responsibilities

  • Preparing for practice, what you need
  • Principles of informed consent and contracts / agreement
  • Providing information in appropriate formats for the learner
  • Dissemination of information from sources of authority
  • Creating your own learning materials
  • Advertising
  • Registration and Insurance
  • NOS National Occupational Standards
  • Confidentiality and ethics
  • What you may or may not call yourself
  • Importance of Ongoing Professional Development and supervision
  • Other topics of training to support your career
  • Looking after yourself and your loved ones

Course 7 - Certificate in Counselling Skills Online Course

Introduction To Counselling

  • Understand The Basic Concept Of Counselling.
  • The Role Of The Counsellor In The Counselling Environment.
  • The Role Of Active Listening In The Counselling Environment And The Skills That Are Involved With It.
  • Definition Of Counselling
  • Introduction
  • Listening Skills

Basic Interview Skills

  • Attend
  • Question
  • Clarify
  • Paraphrase
  • Empathic Understanding
  • Genuineness
  • Acceptance
  • Explore - Understand - Act
  • In The Exploration Stage
  • The Second Stage
  • In The Third And Final Stage

The Counselling Relationship

  • The Importance Of Empathy And Its Importance For Building Relationships.
  • What Is Meant By Trial And Error.
  • Useful Motivational Skills.
  • Factors That Make The Best Counsellors.
  • Empathy
  • Trial And Error

Motivational Skills

  • The Role Of The Counsellor In Understanding The Client’S Motivational Levels.
  • The Questions A Counsellor Can Use To Explicit Self Motivating Statements From The Client.
  • The Counsellors’ Roadblocks To Communication.
  • Express Empathy
  • Develop Discrepancy
  • Avoid Arguing
  • Roll With Resistance
  • Support Self-Efficacy
  • Eliciting Phase Skills
  • Ask Open-Ended Questions
  • Listen Attentively And Paraphrase
  • Empathise
  • Summarise Periodically
  • Types Of Self-Motivational Statements
  • Questions To Elicit Self-Motivating Statements
  • Exploring Concerns
  • Roadblocks To Communication

Grief And Bereavement

  • Grief And Bereavement Listing The Different Forms/Reactions To Grief.
  • The Person’S Feeling In The Time Of Grief In Either Normal Or Violent Circumstances.
  • The Importance Of How Grief And The Grieving Person Should Be Managed.
  • Typically Normal Grief
  • Chronic Grief
  • Inhibited Grief
  • Delayed Grief
  • Grief Versus Depression
  • The Psychodynamics Of Grief
  • Management Of Grief

Stress, Anxiety And Depression

  • The Two Categories That Stress Symptoms May Be Divided Into.
  • The Issues Of Depression As Well As What Symptoms May Manifest From The Illness.
  • How Negative Thinking May Be Turned Into Positivity Leading Onto Restoring Self-Esteem Of The Depressed Client.
  • Causes Of Stress
  • Symptoms Of Stress
  • Treatment Of Stress
  • Issues Of Depression
  • Signs Of Depression
  • Self Talk
  • Negative To Positive
  • Stopping Faulty Habits
  • Restoring Self-Esteem

Course 8 - Certificate in Depression Management Online Course

Introduction

  • Somatisation
  • Experimental aspect
  • Cognitive aspect
  • Behavioural aspect
  • Physical symptoms of depression
  • Psychological symptoms

What is Depression?

  • The Neuroses
  • Symptoms associated with anxiety neurosis
  • Neurotic depression
  • Circular Manic-Depressive Psychosis

The Causes of Depression

  • Psychoanalytic theories of depression

Depression in Females

  • PMT
  • Affects three quarters of all women
  • Malfunction in production of hormones during menstrual cycle
  • Biological theories:
  • Environmental theories:
  • Depression affects
  • Menstrual cycle
  • Symptoms
  • Consequences of PMT

PND

  • Psychological disease following childbirth
  • Baby-blues
  • PND signs
  • Contributing factors
  • Puerperal psychosis

Methods of Therapy

Course 9 - Certificate in Dementia Awareness Online Course

The Subjective Experience Of Dementia

  • Introductory Activity – Allow 60 Minutes
  • Unit Summary
  • Further Reading
  • References

The Condition: What Is Dementia?

  • Introduction
  • What Is Dementia?
  • Dementia: The Syndrome
  • Summary
  • Dementia: The Types
  • Alzheimer’S Disease
  • Vascular Dementia
  • Dementia With Lewy Bodies
  • Frontotemporal Dementia
  • Others
  • Dementia: The Conceptual Frameworks
  • Biological View Of Dementia
  • Psychological View Of Dementia
  • Social View Of Dementia
  • Dementia: Differential Diagnoses
  • Decline In Old Age (Mci/Aami)
  • Delirium
  • Depression
  • Assessment
  • Unit Summary

Care: Theory And Practice

  • What Is Person-Centred Care?
  • Person-Centred Care
  • Relational Care
  • The Caring Environment: The “New Culture” Of Care
  • Unit Summary

Communication And Dementia

  • Introduction
  • What Is Communication?
  • Challenging Behaviours As Communication
  • Communicating Unmet Need: Challenging Behaviours
  • A Worked Example: Wandering
  • Improving Communication
  • Unit Summary

Communication And Dementia

  • Introduction
  • Therapeutic Work: Values And Beliefs
  • Therapeutic Work: Cognitive Symptoms And Maintenance Of Functioning
  • Pharmacological Interventions
  • Psychological Interventions
  • Therapeutic Work: Non-Cognitive Symptoms And Behaviours That Challenge
  • Therapeutic Work - Specific Situations: Emotional Problems, Pain, And Palliation
  • Unit Summary

Carers: Working With Families

  • Introduction
  • Who Are The Carers?
  • Effects Of Caring On The Carers
  • Supporting Carers
  • Unit Summary
  • Further Reading
  • References

Challenges: Legal And Ethical Issues

  • Introduction
  • The Law And Social Policy
  • Ethical Issues
  • Making Ethical Decisions
  • Reflections On Practice
  • Unit Summary
  • Further Reading
  • References

Course 10 - Certificate in Higher Level Teaching Assistant Online Course

Module 1 – Communication and Positive Relationships

  • Establish fair, respectful, trusting, supportive and constructive with children and young people.
  • Demonstrate the positive values, attitudes and behaviour they expect from children and young people.
  • Communicate effectively and sensitively with children, young, colleagues, parents and carers.

Module 2 – Maintaining Communication with Children, Young People and Adults 

  • Demonstrate a commitment to collaborative and cooperative working with colleagues.
  • Directing the work, where relevant, of other adults in supporting learning.

Module 3 – Curriculum, Planning and Assessment 

  • Know how statutory and non-statutory frameworks for the school curriculum relate to the age and ability ranges of the learners they support.
  • Understand the objectives, content and intended outcomes for the learning activities in which they are involved.
  • Know how to support learners in accessing the curriculum in accordance with the Special Educational Needs (SEN) code of practice and disabilities legislation.
  • Know how other frameworks that support the development and wellbeing of children and young people impact upon their practice.

Module 4 – Assessment, Monitoring, Feedback and Recording 

  • Use their area(s) of expertise to contribute to the planning and preparation of learning activities.
  • Use their area(s) of expertise to plan their role in learning activities.
  • Devise clearly structured activities that interest and motivate learners and advance their learning
  • Plan how they will support the inclusion of the children and young people in the learning activities.
  • Organise and manage learning activities in ways which keep learners safe.

Module 5 – Child Development

  • Evidence that you know how to use ICT to support professional activities.
  • Identify that you hold the required professional qualifications.

Module 6 – Motivating Children and Young People 

  • Advance learning when working with individuals.
  • Advance learning with working with small groups.
  • Advance learning when working with whole classes without the presence of the assigned teacher.

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:

Adobe Acrobat Reader

About this Course

Get Grief and Bereavement Counselling, Psychology, Counselling Skills Advanced, Health and Social Care, Mental Health and Social Care, Life Skills Coaching - Advanced, Counselling Skills, Depression Management, Dementia Awareness, Higher Level Teaching Assistant in this Bundle

1. Grief and Bereavement Counselling:Learn How To Deal With Sense Of Loss, Intense Grief and Depression

The chaos of grief can be at the same time overwhelming and a refuge to retreat into. For those who are suffering there is no consolation and for those around them words prove appallingly inadequate.

Working with the bereaved deals with an important aspect of counselling. The sense of loss, intense grief and depression that follows bereavement can be almost unbearable and the need for counselling is often a desperate one.

2. Psychology:Gain a greater understanding of yourself and others

Any one wanting to study this interesting psychology course will end up enhancing their own experience in life and will give the student a greater understanding of yourself and others.

About Psychology

This Psychology Course will succeed in providing the student 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.

Our Psychology course presumes no prior knowledge of the subject and will provide you with an amazing and interesting insight into this informative profession.

3. Counselling Skills Advanced:Teach A Person How To Clarify Their Thoughts And Feelings

Counselling can enable a person to clarify their thoughts and feelings in order that they might arrive at their own decisions and even comfortably initiate major changes in their lives."

There is a real danger that counselling is losing touch with its roots as, on an ever increasing level, counsellors are working on a long-term basis with clients who are severely disturbed. Counselling was never intended for such a field but was originally developed for those persons who had vocational or educational problems, those with life crises and those who wished to explore and develop further.

4. Health and Social Care:Pursue A Career Within The Health And Social Care Sector

Our new and exciting Health and Social Care course has been specifically designed for those students who have an interest in or who work in the health and social care sector.

Health and social care encompasses a wide range of services and cuts across all sectors, including public, private and voluntary. It includes services within hospitals, clinics, care homes, medical and dental practices, emergency services, complementary medicine, and more.

Our Health and Social Care course is the ideal course for anyone who is looking to pursue a career within the health and social care sector. This includes jobs such as nursing, social workers and other types of health care workers.

The course covers key aspects of the field in order to sufficiently prepare you to work in the health and social care sector, or to enhance your confidence and skills within your existing role.

5. Mental Health and Social Care:Learn The Basic Values And Principles Underlying Anti-Mentalist Practice

By the end of this course you will be able to demonstrate an understanding of the basic values and principles underlying anti-mentalist practice.

This course aims to enable you to critically appraise the major existing theories, models and treatment methods in this field and to critically evaluate the social model of mental health.

You will also be able to promote the users' perspective in mental health services, showing awareness of how to manage areas of conflict.

6. Life Skills Coaching - Advanced:Gain Competence In Life Skills Coaching

The Advanced Life Skills Coaching Certificate course is designed as a complete professional training package, incorporating a full range of therapeutic models in a complete holistic Life Skills Coaching programme.

The student will gain competence in modalities including; Basic Counselling, Psychoanalysis, CBT, Coaching, Advanced Coaching, Basic NLP and Self Hypnosis. These are all combined with the knowledge of how to work with support networks and other professionals, a well as how to set up in professional practice.

Extensive use of case studies is combined with examination of specific application topics (such as stress, anger, smoking and emotional issues) so that the student will gain knowledge of how to apply skills to a range of typical client presentations and issues. The course is designed to enable the student to adhere to the existing National Occupational Standards for Counselling.

7. Counselling Skills:Learn How To Help Individuals Find Their Own Answers

Counselling is essentially a lively, human and personal experience between two people. Therefore, it is a process which requires commitment of time and effort from both parties.

The aim is for the counsellor to help the client find their own answers and to become more in charge of their lives rather than less so; to be able to live their own life rather than be lived by it.

8. Depression Management:Learn A Straightforward Coping Strategy For Helping Others

It is one of the most distressing and commonly occurring disorders. It is easily diagnosed yet, though eminently treatable many sufferers never receive any adequate therapy whatsoever; it is depression.

About Depression Management

This depression management course offers the student a straightforward coping strategy for helping the client, family member or friend to work through and/or cope with depression. Included is a discussion of the common signs of depression and an explanation as to why so many individuals are prone to feeling depressed.

9. Dementia Awareness:Improve Your Clinical Practice When Working With People With Dementia

The purpose of this Course on dementia is to improve your clinical practice when working with people with dementia.  It seeks to do this by considering seven distinct but interrelated areas that, collectively, will give you a greater degree of awareness of dementia and what you can do to help.  These units seek to address the following questions:

  • What is it like for someone to have dementia?
  • What exactly is dementia?
  • What should our practice be like?
  • Can we communicate with people with dementia?  If so, how?
  • What can we do to help people with dementia?
  • How can we help family and friends caring for a loved one with dementia?
  • What are the legal and ethical issues of working with people with dementia?

10. Higher Level Teaching Assistant:Progress From The Position Of Teaching Assistant To That Of Higher Level Teaching Assistant

Do you want to progress from the position of Teaching Assistant to that of Higher Level Teaching Assistant? If so, you will need to satisfy an external assessor that you are capable of contributing to the pupils learning at the level set out in the HLTA standards.

This distance learning course is ideal because it has been carefully mapped to those standards and will, therefore, be an invaluable aid in reaching the required criterion and indeed supporting the pupils, teachers, and school as a Higher Level Teaching Assistant

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Grief and Bereavement Counselling 10 Course Bundle includes the following courses, below is a summary of each course: 

Course 1 - Certificate in Grief and Bereavement Counselling Online Course

Attitudes Towards Death

  • Grief reaction
  • Chaos of grief
  • Phases of grief
  • Bereavement counselling
  • Facing conflicts

What is Grief? What can be done to help?

  • Stress-specific reactions
  • Non-specific and mixed reactions
  • Typically normal grief
  • Chronic grief
  • Inhibited grief
  • Delayed grief
  • Grief management

Exploring Grief and Letting Go

  • Pang or Wave
  • Other symptoms
  • Anger
  • Primary symptoms are:
  • Stigma
  • Deprivation

Bereavement and the Male Client

  • Bereavement and the male client
  • Working with Children
  • Children and grief
  • Guilt in a child
  • Some become sullen and very irritable

Adjustment to Violent Death

  • Blame
  • Normal denial e.g
  • Pathological denial
  • Rights of the bereaved

Course 2 - Certificate in Psychology Online Course

  • What is Psychology?
  • Different Approaches to Psychology
  • Research in Psychology
  • Signs of Emotion
  • Theories of Emotion
  • Stress and Anxiety
  • Sensation and Perception
  • Factors Affecting Perception
  • How Do We Remember?
  • Remembering and Forgetting
  • The Reliability of Memory
  • Classical and Operant Conditioning
  • Applications of Classical and Operant Conditioning
  • Other Kinds of Learning
  • Parent–Child Interaction
  • Attachment and Separation
  • Sexual Development and Gender Identity
  • Impressions of People
  • Prejudice and Discrimination
  • Reducing Prejudice
  • Social Pressure on the Individual
  • Group Norms and Conformity
  • Conformity to Roles and Obedience

Course 3 - Certificate in Counselling Skills Advanced Online Course

Course Introduction – Philosophy and Design

  • Counsellors work on a long term basis with severely disturbed clients
  • Research is important
  • Difficulties a counsellor may be confronted with:
  • ‘Non-directive’ approach to therapy

Effective Communication

  • Purpose of Communication
  • Body Language

Motivational Interview and Dynamics of Recovery

  • Stages of Change
  • Not interested in changing a risky lifestyle
  • Thinking about change:
  • Preparing to change
  • Making changes
  • Maintaining change
  • Relapsing
  • Express empathy
  • Avoid arguing
  • Support self-efficacy
  • Eliciting phase skills

Dealing with Denial

  • Denial
  • Development of denial
  • Psychotic mechanisms
  • Immature mechanisms
  • Neurotic mechanisms
  • Displacement (conversion, phobias, wit)
  • Mature mechanisms
  • Pathological denial
  • Alcoholic denial
  • Caring and confrontation

Working with the Family

  • Open system
  • Closed system
  • Balance
  • Diagnostic interview
  • Substance abuse of an adolescent
  • Family intervention

Marital Counselling

Course 4 - Certificate in Health and Social Care Online Course

Lesson 1: Promote communication in health, social care or children’s and young people’s settings 

  • The unit explores the central importance of communication in such settings, and ways to meet individual needs and preferences in communication. It also considers issues of confidentiality. 

Lesson 2: Engage in personal development in health, social care or children’s and young people’s settings

  • The unit introduces the concepts of personal development and reflective practice which are fundamental to such roles, and ways to implement these.

Lesson 3: Promote equality and inclusion in health, social care or children’s and young people’s settings

  • The unit introduces the concepts of equality, diversity and inclusion which are fundamental to such roles.

Lesson 4: Principles for implementing duty of care in health, social care or children’s and young people’s settings

  • The unit introduces ways to address the dilemmas, conflicts or complaints that may arise where there is a duty of care

Lesson 5: 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. 

Lesson 6: The role of the health and social care worker

  • This unit provides the learner with the knowledge and skills required to understand the nature of working relationships, work in ways that are agreed with the employer and work in partnership with others. 

Lesson 7: Promote person centred approaches in health and social care

  • This unit provides the learner with the knowledge and skills required to implement and promote person centred approaches.  

Lesson 8: Promote and implement health and safety in health and social care

  • This unit provides the learner with the knowledge and skills required to promote and implement health and safety in their work setting.  

Lesson 9: Promote good practice in handling information in health and social care settings

  • This unit covers the knowledge and skills needed to implement and promote good practice in recording, sharing, storing and accessing information.

Lesson 10: Provide support to maintain and develop skills for everyday life

  • The unit provides the learner with the knowledge and skills required to work with individuals to retain, regain and develop skills for everyday life.

Lesson 11: Facilitate learning and development activities to meet individual needs and preferences

  • This unit provides the learner with the knowledge and skills required to support individuals to plan, take part in and evaluate learning or development activities. 

Lesson 12: Support individuals to access and use services and facilities

  • This unit provides the learner with the knowledge and skills required to support individuals to select, use and review services and facilities.

Lesson 13: Facilitate person centred assessment, planning, implementation and review

  • This unit provides the learner with the knowledge and skills required to facilitate person-centred assessment, planning, implementation and review.  

Lesson 14: Support Individuals With Specific Communication Needs 

  • This unit provides the learner with the knowledge and skills that address personal interaction and the use of special methods and aids to promote communication.

Lesson 15: Support use of medication in social care settings

  • This unit assesses support for use of medication in social care settings.  It covers broad types, classifications and forms of medication, as well as safe handling and storage. It addresses practical support for use of medication that reflects social care principles and values, and includes the need for accurate recording and reporting.

Course 5 - Certificate in Mental Health and Social Care Online Course

Stakeholders and Their Influence

  • Stakeholders
  • Attitudes to Mental Ill Health
  • The Media
  • Stigma
  • Social Work and Discrimination
  • Race and Mental Health
  • Gender and Mental Health
  • The Medical Classification of Mental Illness

Understanding Models of Mental Ill Health

  • Concepts of Mental Health and Mental Ill Health
  • Models of Mental Ill Health
  • The Psychodynamic Model
  • The Behavioural Model
  • The Cognitive Model
  • The Social Model
  • The Medical Model
  • The Stress-Vulnerability Model
  • Models of Mental Ill Health
  • Accepting Voices

Mental Health Policy and Legislation

  • Historical Overview
  • The Beginning of Segregation and the First Wave of Asylums
  • The Influence of Shell-Shock in World War One
  • The Second World War and Its Aftermath
  • Moving Towards Hospital Closure
  • Current Policy Directions
  • Social Inclusion
  • Concerns About the Updated CPA
  • The Reform of the Mental Health Act 1983
  • Care Vs Control – Right and Risks

Social Work in Community Mental Health Terms

  • The Development of Multi-Disciplinary Community Mental Health Teams
  • The Structure and Organisation of Multi-Disciplinary Teams
  • Improving Multi-Disciplinary Working
  • The Role of the Mental Health Social Worker
  • Generic Mental Health Workers V Discreet Professions

Treatments and Interventions

  • Physical Treatments
  • Complementary and Alternative Therapies
  • Self Management Techniques
  • Social Interventions
  • Social Role Valorisation (A Model for Addressing Labelling)

Service User Participation

  • Service User Participation
  • The Service User Movement
  • Advocacy Services

Course 6 - Certificate in Life Skills Coaching - Advanced Online Course

What is Life Coaching

  • What to expect from the course
  • What is coaching
  • What are lifeskills
  • What elements of therapy are contained within life coaching

What do clients usually want from Life Coaching?

  • Typical presenting clients
  • Typical presented problems
  • Typical presented goals
  • Dealing with personal prejudices and opinions

Surface life coaching versus holistic life coaching?

  • Behavioural therapy approach and rapid intervention
  • Holistic theory and cycles of change
  • Clients with deeper issues wanting only surface change
  • Ethics of eliciting deeper change

Common misconceptions and errors

  • Errors made by practitioners
  • Mistaken beliefs about coaching
  • Examining the role of the life coach

Areas and levels of change

  • The different levels of life (looking at different models)
  • Expectations from areas of life
  • Imbalances in levels of life
  • Dissonance between surface needs and driving needs

Counselling Skills

  • What is counselling
  • National Occupational Standards for Counselling

Counselling Skills continued

  • Open questioning
  • Basic methods (reflection, reframing, summary, challenge)
  • Common errors
  • Balancing listening and assessment
  • Common models of counselling (Egan, Nelson etc.)

Basic Coaching Skills

  • Determining validity of goals
  • Determining ecology of goals
  • Three stages of goal setting
  • Working through the process
  • Case study

Advanced Coaching Skills

  • Specialised Coaching techniques

Coaching the client in relaxation techniques

  • Teaching basic relaxation methods, introduction
  • Is it meditation or self hypnosis?
  • Models of visualisation
  • Models of personal affirmations
  • Safety Precautions with teaching aids e.g. tapes

Coaching the client in altered states

  • Is it self hypnosis or NLP?
  • Eliciting different states of relaxation, concentration, elation
  • Choosing emotional states and ensuring ecology
  • Anchoring emotional and physical states at will
  • Performing exercises with the client
  • Ensuring the client can continue to adapt and expand
  • Training aids: Log book, handouts, tapes etc.
  • Recommended books and topics to read

Coaching the client in Behavioural change

  • Safety, fears, ecology and good practice
  • Image manipulation
  • Advanced use of anchoring
  • Affirmations in relaxed state
  • Affirmations in waking state)

Coaching the Client in advanced behavioural changes

  • Using principles of CBT
  • CBT principles with the client
  • CBT as homework
  • Self analysis using CBT

CBT continued (Part II: Toxic thoughts)

Basic Psychoanalysis theory and useful techniques

  • Analysis in coaching
  • Topic association method

Referral and working with other practitioners

  • Knowing when the case is too complex
  • Referral to other practitioners
  • Protecting yourself
  • Professional clients “the heart sick”
  • Cooperating with other practitioners
  • Cooperating with Medical Doctors

Emotional issues and case studies

  • Confidence
  • Self Esteem
  • Self Image
  • Behavioural versus holistic
  • Case study

Deeper emotional issues and case studies

  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Phobias and Fears
  • Ensuring appropriate advertising, referral and practice
  • Case study

Weight Loss and Control

  • Lifestyle issues
  • Assisting the client in choosing a diet plan
  • Assisting the client in choosing an exercise plan
  • Boundaries of the life coach in weight loss advice
  • Ensuring appropriate advertising and practice
  • Case study

Stop Smoking Coaching

  • Lifestyle issues
  • Positive versus negative methods
  • Visualisation methods
  • Motivational counselling methods
  • Self help techniques
  • Learning aids e.g. tapes and handouts
  • Case study

Performance Coaching

  • Common types of performance coaching
  • Sports performance coaching
  • Business performance coaching
  • Public speaking coaching
  • Boundaries of the life coach in performance coaching
  • Case study

Faith and Spiritual issues

  • Common types
  • What is spiritual and what is faith?
  • Grief and bereavement
  • Abuse
  • Religious imposition
  • Fear of the future
  • Supporting without converting
  • Working within existing faith models
  • Case study

Anger and Stress Management Coaching

  • Safety concerns, confidentiality and referral
  • Addressing lifestyle issues
  • Relaxation therapy
  • Nutrition issues
  • Relationship issues
  • Underlying causes
  • Behavioural change
  • Working with other professionals
  • Case study

Working with couples or groups

  • Typical presented issues
  • Initial meeting and planning response
  • Facilitating discussions
  • Homework and agreements
  • When to refer and working alongside other professionals

Non-Specific Issues

  • Common presentations
  • Feeling lost
  • Not happy despite having everything
  • The survivor with no time to live
  • The person in imbalance
  • Tracking the feelings and memories
  • Using advanced anchoring for changing remembered emotions
  • Combining anchoring with inner child methods
  • Working with service users (clients) of state agencies
  • Case study

Professional Practice and Responsibilities

  • Preparing for practice, what you need
  • Principles of informed consent and contracts / agreement
  • Providing information in appropriate formats for the learner
  • Dissemination of information from sources of authority
  • Creating your own learning materials
  • Advertising
  • Registration and Insurance
  • NOS National Occupational Standards
  • Confidentiality and ethics
  • What you may or may not call yourself
  • Importance of Ongoing Professional Development and supervision
  • Other topics of training to support your career
  • Looking after yourself and your loved ones

Course 7 - Certificate in Counselling Skills Online Course

Introduction To Counselling

  • Understand The Basic Concept Of Counselling.
  • The Role Of The Counsellor In The Counselling Environment.
  • The Role Of Active Listening In The Counselling Environment And The Skills That Are Involved With It.
  • Definition Of Counselling
  • Introduction
  • Listening Skills

Basic Interview Skills

  • Attend
  • Question
  • Clarify
  • Paraphrase
  • Empathic Understanding
  • Genuineness
  • Acceptance
  • Explore - Understand - Act
  • In The Exploration Stage
  • The Second Stage
  • In The Third And Final Stage

The Counselling Relationship

  • The Importance Of Empathy And Its Importance For Building Relationships.
  • What Is Meant By Trial And Error.
  • Useful Motivational Skills.
  • Factors That Make The Best Counsellors.
  • Empathy
  • Trial And Error

Motivational Skills

  • The Role Of The Counsellor In Understanding The Client’S Motivational Levels.
  • The Questions A Counsellor Can Use To Explicit Self Motivating Statements From The Client.
  • The Counsellors’ Roadblocks To Communication.
  • Express Empathy
  • Develop Discrepancy
  • Avoid Arguing
  • Roll With Resistance
  • Support Self-Efficacy
  • Eliciting Phase Skills
  • Ask Open-Ended Questions
  • Listen Attentively And Paraphrase
  • Empathise
  • Summarise Periodically
  • Types Of Self-Motivational Statements
  • Questions To Elicit Self-Motivating Statements
  • Exploring Concerns
  • Roadblocks To Communication

Grief And Bereavement

  • Grief And Bereavement Listing The Different Forms/Reactions To Grief.
  • The Person’S Feeling In The Time Of Grief In Either Normal Or Violent Circumstances.
  • The Importance Of How Grief And The Grieving Person Should Be Managed.
  • Typically Normal Grief
  • Chronic Grief
  • Inhibited Grief
  • Delayed Grief
  • Grief Versus Depression
  • The Psychodynamics Of Grief
  • Management Of Grief

Stress, Anxiety And Depression

  • The Two Categories That Stress Symptoms May Be Divided Into.
  • The Issues Of Depression As Well As What Symptoms May Manifest From The Illness.
  • How Negative Thinking May Be Turned Into Positivity Leading Onto Restoring Self-Esteem Of The Depressed Client.
  • Causes Of Stress
  • Symptoms Of Stress
  • Treatment Of Stress
  • Issues Of Depression
  • Signs Of Depression
  • Self Talk
  • Negative To Positive
  • Stopping Faulty Habits
  • Restoring Self-Esteem

Course 8 - Certificate in Depression Management Online Course

Introduction

  • Somatisation
  • Experimental aspect
  • Cognitive aspect
  • Behavioural aspect
  • Physical symptoms of depression
  • Psychological symptoms

What is Depression?

  • The Neuroses
  • Symptoms associated with anxiety neurosis
  • Neurotic depression
  • Circular Manic-Depressive Psychosis

The Causes of Depression

  • Psychoanalytic theories of depression

Depression in Females

  • PMT
  • Affects three quarters of all women
  • Malfunction in production of hormones during menstrual cycle
  • Biological theories:
  • Environmental theories:
  • Depression affects
  • Menstrual cycle
  • Symptoms
  • Consequences of PMT

PND

  • Psychological disease following childbirth
  • Baby-blues
  • PND signs
  • Contributing factors
  • Puerperal psychosis

Methods of Therapy

Course 9 - Certificate in Dementia Awareness Online Course

The Subjective Experience Of Dementia

  • Introductory Activity – Allow 60 Minutes
  • Unit Summary
  • Further Reading
  • References

The Condition: What Is Dementia?

  • Introduction
  • What Is Dementia?
  • Dementia: The Syndrome
  • Summary
  • Dementia: The Types
  • Alzheimer’S Disease
  • Vascular Dementia
  • Dementia With Lewy Bodies
  • Frontotemporal Dementia
  • Others
  • Dementia: The Conceptual Frameworks
  • Biological View Of Dementia
  • Psychological View Of Dementia
  • Social View Of Dementia
  • Dementia: Differential Diagnoses
  • Decline In Old Age (Mci/Aami)
  • Delirium
  • Depression
  • Assessment
  • Unit Summary

Care: Theory And Practice

  • What Is Person-Centred Care?
  • Person-Centred Care
  • Relational Care
  • The Caring Environment: The “New Culture” Of Care
  • Unit Summary

Communication And Dementia

  • Introduction
  • What Is Communication?
  • Challenging Behaviours As Communication
  • Communicating Unmet Need: Challenging Behaviours
  • A Worked Example: Wandering
  • Improving Communication
  • Unit Summary

Communication And Dementia

  • Introduction
  • Therapeutic Work: Values And Beliefs
  • Therapeutic Work: Cognitive Symptoms And Maintenance Of Functioning
  • Pharmacological Interventions
  • Psychological Interventions
  • Therapeutic Work: Non-Cognitive Symptoms And Behaviours That Challenge
  • Therapeutic Work - Specific Situations: Emotional Problems, Pain, And Palliation
  • Unit Summary

Carers: Working With Families

  • Introduction
  • Who Are The Carers?
  • Effects Of Caring On The Carers
  • Supporting Carers
  • Unit Summary
  • Further Reading
  • References

Challenges: Legal And Ethical Issues

  • Introduction
  • The Law And Social Policy
  • Ethical Issues
  • Making Ethical Decisions
  • Reflections On Practice
  • Unit Summary
  • Further Reading
  • References

Course 10 - Certificate in Higher Level Teaching Assistant Online Course

Module 1 – Communication and Positive Relationships

  • Establish fair, respectful, trusting, supportive and constructive with children and young people.
  • Demonstrate the positive values, attitudes and behaviour they expect from children and young people.
  • Communicate effectively and sensitively with children, young, colleagues, parents and carers.

Module 2 – Maintaining Communication with Children, Young People and Adults 

  • Demonstrate a commitment to collaborative and cooperative working with colleagues.
  • Directing the work, where relevant, of other adults in supporting learning.

Module 3 – Curriculum, Planning and Assessment 

  • Know how statutory and non-statutory frameworks for the school curriculum relate to the age and ability ranges of the learners they support.
  • Understand the objectives, content and intended outcomes for the learning activities in which they are involved.
  • Know how to support learners in accessing the curriculum in accordance with the Special Educational Needs (SEN) code of practice and disabilities legislation.
  • Know how other frameworks that support the development and wellbeing of children and young people impact upon their practice.

Module 4 – Assessment, Monitoring, Feedback and Recording 

  • Use their area(s) of expertise to contribute to the planning and preparation of learning activities.
  • Use their area(s) of expertise to plan their role in learning activities.
  • Devise clearly structured activities that interest and motivate learners and advance their learning
  • Plan how they will support the inclusion of the children and young people in the learning activities.
  • Organise and manage learning activities in ways which keep learners safe.

Module 5 – Child Development

  • Evidence that you know how to use ICT to support professional activities.
  • Identify that you hold the required professional qualifications.

Module 6 – Motivating Children and Young People 

  • Advance learning when working with individuals.
  • Advance learning with working with small groups.
  • Advance learning when working with whole classes without the presence of the assigned teacher.

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:

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

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  • 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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