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Common Health Conditions NCFE/CACHE Level 2 Certificate (Distance Learning and Online Course)

Why study this course?

This online course will enable you to gain additional skills and a qualification without disrupting your day-to-day life. You will have access to specialist support from dedicated tutors throughout the programme.

What will I study?

This qualification aims to develop your knowledge and understanding of various common health conditions and how to monitor the health of individuals affected by health conditions and also to give you an awareness of a range of common health conditions.

The units you will study are;
1. Understand how to contribute to monitoring the health of individuals affected by health conditions
2. Understand cardiovascular disease
3. Stroke awareness
4. Arthritis awareness
5. Understand physical disability
6. Parkinsons disease awareness

What will I be able to do after I complete this course?

Course progression:
Once it has been confirmed that you have fully completed the course, there are several next steps that you can take. You can go on to study another level two distance learning course. Or you could move on to one of our Level 3 Distance Learning courses. Alternatively, you could enrol on to our Access to Higher Education course (subject to interview) or the Supporting Teaching and Learning in Schools qualification (subject to entry requirements).
Career progression:
By completing any of the above courses, you will gain the skills and knowledge that employers find desirable. It is also a great opportunity for continuous professional development.

How will I be assessed?

Learners will be provided with a resource pack with assessment booklets to complete. There is also an option to study this course online via our bespoke e-learning portal.

Is there anything else I need to know when considering this course?

Please note that an administration charge of £100 will be charged if learners do not complete the course within the allocated 16 weeks.