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This course is delivered over 15 weeks, and runs on a Monday from 2pm – 6pm starting 23rd January 2023. It is aimed at those currently working in the Childcare or Health and Social Care Sector or those that wish to gain a better understanding of the Adverse Childhood Experience and how they impact on our health and well-being.
The issue of Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE) has shown to feature significantly in the subsequent mental health and well-being issues experienced by Individuals. An understanding of these issues will assist individuals in support those with mental health and well-being issues. This qualification is designed to provide an understanding of the nature of ACE, identification of those at risk and strategies for individuals to assist others, build resilience and address the adverse impact of ACE. The objectives of this qualification are to enable learners to understand:
There are no specific entry requirements for this qualification although learners should be at least 18 years old to complete the qualification.
Assessment is an internally assessed through a portfolio of evidence which is externally assured
This qualification may allow learners to progress to relevant qualifications in the health and social care sector and / or support career development.
Mode of Study
Hours per Week
Number of Weeks
Total Full Fee £162.00
Total Concessionary Fee £114.00
Fees Payable Each Year
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