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Early Years Health Social Care

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This is a 12 week course for adults with continuous start dates throughout the year. With guidance and support you'll work online towards achieving a recognised Level 2 qualification, and receive your certificate on completion. Please apply or contact us for further information.

Offering clear and accurate information, advice or guidance and knowing what can be shared legally and professionally can greatly improve outcomes for a business. There are some fundamental rules for successful information sharing and ensuring staff are aware is key.

Course Content:

  • Explore communication techniques;
  • Study how values, attitudes and beliefs can affect interactions;
  • Develop interaction and interpersonal skills;
  • Learn how information, advice or guidance can be explored;
  • Learn how group interaction can be utilised;
  • Manage information, including storage and retrieval;
  • Learn how to comply with the law.

This is a 12 week course for adults with continuous start dates throughout the year. With guidance and support you'll work online towards achieving a recognised Level 2 qualification, and receive your certificate on completion. Please apply or contact us for further information.

This qualification gives learners the opportunity to investigate the knowledge and skills needed to use counselling skills and engage in a helping interaction appropriately.

Course Content:

  • Describe how core counselling skills can be used in a counselling relationship and in other helping activities;
  • Describe how counselling theory underpins the use of counselling skills;
  • Describe how the ethical framework informs own use of counselling skills;
  • Describe how to develop skills and qualities in the future.

This is a 12 week course for adults with continuous start dates throughout the year. With guidance and support you'll work online towards achieving a recognised Level 2 qualification, and receive your certificate on completion. Please apply or contact us for further information.

Official data showed that over 7,500 people were referred to the Prevent programme in 2015/16. The purpose of this qualification is to support anyone who is responsible for the safeguarding of people and for helping prevent radicalisation. It gives learners an understanding of recognising the signs of abuse, how to reduce the risk of radicalisation and the potential consequences of illegal online activity.

What you will learn:

  • Understand how to reduce the risk of radicalisation;
  • Know how to recognise signs of abuse or potential harm;
  • Understand how to reduce the risks posed online.

You will be interested in working as a professional counsellor/therapist to work through individual issues that clients may present with. The course will prepare you for a career as a professional counsellor.

This is a 12 week course for adults with continuous start dates throughout the year. With guidance and support you'll work online towards achieving a recognised Level 2 qualification, and receive your certificate on completion. Please apply or contact us for further information.

Mental Health problems affect around 1 in 10 children and young people. These issues include depression, anxiety and conduct disorder and can often be a direct response to occurrences in their lives. Emotional well being is just as important as a child’s mental health, therefore it is important for those working with children and young people to have a good understanding of the concepts, risk factors and impact of mental health.

What you will learn:

  • Understand the concept of mental health;
  • Understand risk factors which may affect the mental well-being of children and young people;
  • Know about specific mental health conditions that children and young people may experience;
  • Understand the impact mental health concerns can have on children and young people;
  • Understand how to promote mental well-being in children and young people.

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2020-21 Course Guide

Havering College Course Guide 2020/21

Ofsted 2016 Report