Level 2 NCFE CACHE Understanding Adverse Childhood Experiences
|Mode of study||Distance Learning|
|Course code||PLR2ODL052 (2122)|
Who is it for?
The course is aimed at individuals wishing to increase their knowledge and understanding of adverse childhood experiences (ACE’s).
There are no specific recommended prior learning requirements for this programme although learners must be aged 19 or above. Good numeracy and literacy skills are advantageous. Entry is at the discretion of the Centre.
What does the course involve?
The course comprises the following 3 Mandatory Units.
Unit 1: Exploring Childhood and Family Structures
Unit 2: Introduction to Adverse Childhood Experiences
Unit 3: Understand strategies to improve outcomes for children affected by adverse childhood experiences
How is the course assessed?
To pass this qualification, learners are required to complete a formal Assessment submitted to us for marking.
This course is currently being offered FREE of charge. If, however, the learner is withdrawn without completing the course a charge of £100 may be incurred to cover the cost of administration, course materials and registration.
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