These qualifications are aimed at volunteers, staff and other interested parties who wish to develop the knowledge and skills to implement creative ideas in the healthcare environment.
These qualifications have been developed to support the professionalisation of the early interventions workforce and to provide a flexible progression route for those who work, or aspire to work, in the sector.
The main objective of this qualification is to recognise and develop the knowledge and skills required for effective investigations in health care.
The main objective of this qualification is to ensure that health and social care workers have the introductory skills, knowledge and behaviours to provide compassionate, safe and high quality care and support to those they deal with in their daily working life.
The main objective of this qualification is to equip practitioners with the knowledge and skills to apply social justice principles to their own practice. This qualification is being withdrawn, please see the handbook for more information.
The aim of these qualifications is to develop the knowledge and skills of those whose role involves them coming into contact with individuals and families who may benefit from Early Intervention and Family Support.
The main objective of these qualifications is to provide learners with the knowledge and skills to integrate the use of ICT in Early Years’ learning.