About this Course
Choosing to study our Common Health Conditions Level 2 course can provide you with a solid foundation of knowledge of a range of different health conditions you may encounter whilst assisting your patients.
By learning how to monitor, carry out observations and record/report your findings; not only can you ensure that your patients benefit from a better quality of life – as you’ll be able to quickly ascertain and implement a plan of action based on their individual needs – you’ll also have a more thorough understanding of their condition (and what they are going through).
This learning programme is a knowledge-based qualification that aims to strengthen and expand your existing knowledge of health and social care. At the same time, the skills you’ll acquire will enable you to function more efficiently within this career field, so you’ll always supply a high standard of quality care.
|Study Time:||100 hours|
|Enrolment length:||12 months|
|Course Format:||Paper based|
|Entry Requirements:||None Specific|
Upon successful completion of this course, students will be awarded a NCFE/CACHE certificate of achievement. All certification fees are included within the course fee.
This course is studied on paper based which means that all of the lessons and materials are sent to you through the post. You can then contact your tutor and send in your assignments through email or in the post.
To pass this course learners must submit a portfolio of evidence containing all of the completed activities pertaining to each unit. These activities are designed to test your knowledge of the course syllabus, encouraging you to produce essay-style responses to its questions. Upon submission, they will be assessed by your tutor who will mark, feedback and supply you with an array of helpful tips that can assist you on future assignments.
This course assesses the following units:
- Unit 1 – Understand how to contribute to monitoring the health of individuals affected by health conditions (2 credits)
- Unit 2 – Introductory awareness of sensory loss (2 credits)
- Unit 3 – Stroke awareness (3 credits)
- Unit 4 – Arthritis awareness (3 credits)
- Unit 5 – Dementia awareness (2 credits)
- Unit 6 – Parkinson’s disease awareness (3 credits)
This course can be completed over a 12-month period; however thanks to the structure of our courses you can study on your own terms.
To gain this Level 2 qualification in Common Health Conditions, you will need to submit a written portfolio of evidence containing all completed activities from each unit. With 6 assignments to complete (1 task per unit), each written task comes in the form of an essay question and is designed to test your knowledge and understanding of the syllabus. These will be assessed by your tutor whereupon they will mark, feedback and sign off each completed unit.
Please Note: There is no need to purchase any textbooks, as all will be provided alongside your lessons, course materials and comprehensive study guides.
The most important tool that all of our students have at their disposal is their tutor. When studying for a course with us you are assigned a personal tutor with indepth knowledge and experience in your chosen subject.
You are strongly advised to make use of your tutors expertise and ask questions about the course content. Your assignments are marked by your personal tutor and detailed feedback is given. As well as this your tutor will provide you with pointers and advice on where you can improve- this helps you to get the most from your courses and constantly improve your skills.