Learning Disabilities
Learning Disabilities

NCFE CACHE Level 2 Certificate in Principles of Working with Individuals with Learning Disabilities

Course Description

Individuals with learning disabilities are now being offered more personalised services with a greater emphasis on, quality of life, active participation and empowerment.
Although individuals with learning disabilities and their families continue to face many challenges, most people would agree that we are living in more optimistic times, and enlightened in terms of our approach to learning disability support.

These learning materials for this qualification provide candidates with a thorough understanding of the principles of working with individuals with learning disabilities.

Candidates will explore themes, such as advocacy, human rights and inclusion, duty of care, communication, safeguarding and the importance of positive risk-taking for people with learning disabilities.

Course Content

This course is available online or as a paper-based submission

Requirements You must be over 19 yrs of age on 31st August . Must have lived in the UK for a minimum of 3yrs. Proof of residency maybe required. Not on an Apprenticeship.

Not completed this course before.
This course is free but colleges may charge a small admin fee if the course is not completed to cover the cost of the learning materials.
To register for a course, please fill out the form below and one of our enrolment advisers will be in touch to provide you with information, advice and guidance. The call will be from a mobile number (07943 743748) which you may not recognise, but is registered to MSD Independent Ltd.

    We are presently undertaking online registrations so there is no minimum amount of people for an Induction to take place.  All we will require is the students contact details (mobile phone number and a valid  email address.

    The qualifications are NCFE level 2 and are fully certificated Nationally recognised courses.

     Learners are able to further their own continuous professional development a criteria for the care certificate which may also improve their career prospects and can then progress on to further qualifications in health & social care or other  related subjects.

    The course submission times are between 8 and 16  weeks depending on which course  they choose to complete.

    They will have a dedicated Tutor from the College or Learning Provider, who are fully trained and give feedback on all questions  answered.  Specialist Tutors are available and are qualified in dealing with anyone who has a learning difficulty ie: Dyslexia and they will support all learners throughout the course.

    All of our Induction are carried out by one of our experience Inductors and can be  either by  telephone or an online forum such as Zoom, MS Teams at a time and place to suit you This is necessary so that students and staff get all the information required to complete the course successfully. We are very aware of the disruption this may sometimes cause, but we try to work with you and your staff.

    For Companies we are now offering face to face inductions at your premises and  asking  for a minimum of 8 people to attend for an Induction to take place with one of our experienced Inductors.

    During the Induction  we introduce people to the courses and complete the necessary College paperwork.

    Our web site has all the courses listed with an overview and Pdf showing all the course content and credits accrued. Just click on the course tab. We strive to keep the list of courses up to date . However if there is a course you are looking for and not listed , doesnt mean we cant help. Just give us a call or email to enquire.

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