This qualification is a full time course which will begin in January 2020 to complete in June 2020. It is designed for learners with an interest in developing knowledge of their own and others’ well-being. This qualification provides learners with a range of flexible units to suit their individual circumstances and interests which may include stress and stress management, an awareness of mental health, dementia awareness and understanding eating disorders.
This qualification aims to develop the learner’s understanding of a variety of well-being topics and the impact they can have as well as developing the learner’s knowledge of a variety of topics relating to personal well-being. Alongside the main programme and depending on grades achieved, you will study Maths and English.
A range of GCSE subjects at grade D-G (3-1) and an interview with a member of the Health, Care or Early Years staff.
You will be assessed by your tutor using a range of methods and this will include tasks set by CACHE such as designing charts or leaflets and coursework. Assessments will be a compiled portfolio which will be internally assessed and externally moderated.
On successful completion, with appropriate attendance and attitude to learning you could progress to the CACHE Level 2 Certificate in supporting teaching and learning with the appropriate maths and English grades or the CACHE Level 2 Certificate in Healthcare Support in the 21st Century.