About the course
Our courses enable you to boost your career with a nationally recognised qualification even if you don’t have the time to attend training sessions. You will work your way through the qualification submitting work every 2 weeks, achieving within approximately three months.
Official data showed that over 7,500 people were referred to the Prevent programme in 2015/16.
The purpose of this qualification is to support anyone who is responsible for the safeguarding of people and for helping prevent radicalisation. It gives learners an understanding of recognising the signs of abuse, how to reduce the risk of radicalisation and the potential consequences of illegal online activity.
This course is ideal if you are local to Swindon, new or returning to learning and can be offered via a workbook option with one-to-one support from a tutor.
This course is fully funded by the Government and to qualify, you must have been resident in England for the last three years and be an EU citizen. You must also be 19 years old at the start of the academic year.
You must be 19 + and hold at least a full level 2 qualification (5 GCSEs, Level 2 NVQ Diploma, BTEC Level 2…)
You must have a minimum of Level 1 Literacy
Distance Learning isn’t for everyone. If at your enrolment we feel that this mode of study may not be quite right for you, we will help you to find the one that is. If you are local to Swindon, we may suggest learning using workbooks.
You could complete one of our other Health & Social Care programmes (e.g. Common Health Conditions, Preparing to Work in Adult Social Care)
If you are local to Swindon and working in a Health and Social Care setting for a minimum of 15 hours a week, you could progress to a Level 2 or 3 NVQ in Health & Social Care depending on your job role.
This could lead to a job role linked to Care and Education based environment.
What additional resources will I need?
No additional resources are required.
However, if you do not complete your course, you will be charged £125 to cover administration and learning material costs.
For further career guidance, the National Careers Service provides information, advice and guidance to help you make decisions on learning, training and work opportunities. This service offers confidential and impartial advice and is supported by qualified careers advisers. https://nationalcareersservice.direct.gov.uk/Pages/Home.aspx
For distance learning enquiries please contact a member of the Queens Drive team on 01793 732892 or email email@example.com