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Supporting Person-centred Thinking and Planning Learner workbook

Price: £17.95
This Level 2 unit is a mandatory unit for the new learning disability award, certificate and pathway of the diploma in health and social care. It has 5 credits and is a knowledge unit.
Author(s): Richard Cresswell

This Level 2 unit is a mandatory unit for the new learning disability award, certificate and pathway of the diploma in health and social care. It has 5 credits and is a knowledge unit.

 

Learner workbook includes:

 

  • A section on each learning outcome of the unit
  • Learning activities, including preparation for assessment in the workplace (where relevant)
  • Set of assessment questions based on the assessment criteria of the unit
  • Key references
  • Evidence log and certificate of completion

 

 

This workbook is not photocopiable and each learner must have their own copy. Bulk discounts are available on request. 

ISBN: 9781908066312
Publisher: Pavilion Publishing and Media Ltd
Publication: 06 January 2014

Richard Cresswell has worked in social care for 18 years, in many areas including learning disability and mental health. Richard has worked as a support worker, deputy manager and home manager of various learning disability charities and trusts. Since 2003, he has been employed by the London Borough of Tower Hamlets as a trainer, NVQ assessor, and internal verifier for various health and social care awards including the Learning Disability Award Framework and qualifications, the Registered Manager’s Award, Leadership and Management for Care Services, and the Adult Health and Social Care Award levels 2 and 3. 

Richard holds a diploma in teaching in the lifelong learning sector and trains staff in presentation and training skills. He is currently training in areas around smarter working and new ways of working, including managing remote teams, leadership skills for managers and making virtual teams successful. Richard also works for the awarding body OCR as an external verifier and external moderator for health and social care qualifications.