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Level 2 Certificate in Mental Health Work Complete Set

Price: £360.90 £14.00
The Level 2 Certificate in Mental Health Work is a QCA-accredited complete training resource for those who are new to their role in adult mental health.
Author(s): Thurstine Basset, Alison Clare, Sharon Lee Cuthbert

This initial award, accredited by the QCA (Qualifications and Curriculum Authority), provides an introduction to individuals who are new to their role in the adult mental health sector, and is designed to complement or provide a framework for an employer’s existing induction programme.

The Mental Health Foundation and Pavilion have produced a learning programme, materials and assessment guidance to support the delivery of the Level 2 Certificate. These materials have been written to focus on work-based training by the line manager to support staff in achieving the Level 2 Certificate.

The programme comprises an introductory training session plus a half-day session for each of the five units. The assessment guidance clarifies the assessment requirements of the award and sets out practical activities that students can undertake to generate evidence demonstrating they have reached the required standard.

This qualification is moving straight on the new QCF.

Professionals within the social care sector are required to undertake Continuous Professional Development (CPD) by the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC). Those who use this resource will be able to gain CPD points.

 

ISBN: 9781841961200
Publisher: Pavilion Publishing and Media
Publication: 13 January 2014

Alison Clare worked as a volunteer, support worker and social worker in mental health, homelessness and supported housing services, before moving into learning and development. She has developed qualifications, training programmes and learning resources for a range of public and charitable organisations, and evaluated workforce strategies and qualifications for the community justice and drug and alcohol sectors.

Sharon Lee Cuthbert began her working life as a mental health support worker in hospital and community mental health services. She worked as a national trainer for Age UK, and has developed and delivered programmes for managers, staff, service users and carers across the statutory, private and voluntary sectors. She is a qualifications consultant for a UK awarding body and an independent assessor and internal verifier.