Level 2 CACHE Certificate in Awareness of Mental Health Problems
The CACHE Level 2 Certificate in Awareness of Mental Health Problems aims to develop the students understanding of a range of mental health problems, which could be used to support their role in the workplace or interacting with individuals with mental health problems. This qualification is designed for anyone looking to develop their understanding of mental health and the problems that can cause mental ill-health.
Learn how to understand of a range of mental health problems, which could be used to support roles in the workplace or interacting with individuals with mental health problems.
- Section 1 – Understanding Mental Health
- Section 2 – Understanding Stress and Anxiety
- Section 3 – Understanding Depression
- Section 4 – Extension activities
- Section 1 – Understanding Phobias
- Section 2 – Understanding Eating Disorders
- Section 3 – Understanding Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
- Section 4 – Understanding Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
- Section 5 – Understanding Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
- Section 6 – Extension activities
- Section 1 – Understanding Dementia
- Section 2 – Understanding Postnatal Depression
- Section 3 – Understanding Bipolar Disorder
- Section 4 – Understanding Schizophrenia
- Section 5 – Extension activities
To be eligible to study our courses students must be:
- Aged 19 or over (students under 19 may study our courses if they are employed. A letter of evidence from their employer stating the benefit of the course to their professional development must be submitted prior to enrolment)
- Currently living in England and have lived in the UK/EU for the last 3 years (non EU nationals must provide evidence of their passport/visa with their application)
- Students must not be studying another course, apprenticeship or traineeship with Bradford College or another education provider. There are exemptions to this depending on how the course is funded. Students in receipt of Advanced Learner Loans or student finance will be ineligible for our courses.
For more information, or if you are interested in one of our Distance Learning courses, please email [email protected]
You must complete all assessments in the agreed timescales and submit these for marking to the Distance Learning Team by either post or email. Your work will then be sent to an assessor to be marked who will provide you with feedback along with advice and guidance to help you successfully complete the course. There is also support available from the office team. Upon successful complete of three assessments you will be awarded the CACHE Level 2 Certificate in Awareness of Mental Health Problems.
Successful completion of this course means that you will gain a nationally recognized qualification that may enable you to progress in your career. You may choose to progress to further study or employment in Health and Social Care in a role related to Mental Health support.
There are no fees for this course as the College has secured funding and has agreed to waive all fees. Please note that when a student enrols on this course, they will be expected to complete the programme of study within the allocated timescales. Should a student not complete the course in full, they will be required to pay a fee to cover registration, administration fees and learning material costs.
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