This qualification is suitable for those aged 19 and above and looking to increase their knowledge of children and young people’s mental health.
There are no specific recommended prior learning requirements for this qualification. However, learners may find it helpful if they’ve already achieved a Level 1 qualification.
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The purpose of this qualification is to increase learner’s knowledge and awareness of children and young people’s mental health.
By completing the qualification, learners will develop knowledge of:
Children and young people’s mental health in context
Mental health problems commonly associated with children and young people
The impact of mental ill-health on children and young people
Support available to maintain mental well-being in children and young people
Workers in this unit group clean, sweep and remove refuse from public thoroughfares.
337 people employed as Street Cleaners in the current year.
Cleaners and domestics clean interiors of private houses, shops, hotels, schools, offices and other buildings.
23676 people employed as Cleaners and Domestics in the current year.
Workers in this unit group perform a variety of elementary services occupations not elsewhere classified in MINOR GROUP 927: Other Elementary Services Occupations.
2024 people employed as Other Elementary Services Occupations n.e.c. in the current year.
Our achievement rates are well above the national average.
We are the College of the Year.
(*Top college nationally for BTECs, Pearson 2019)
100% of our HND and HNC students progressed to employment or further study.
(*Destination data, academic year 2016/17, HNC 19+)
We have recently invested £50 million in our facilities.
May 23, 2022
Following a rigorous selection process, the board of governors has announced Gary Potts as the new Principal of Northumberland College
May 12, 2022
Education Partnership North East (EPNE) has announced its gender pay gap results for 2021 which is significantly below the national average.
May 3, 2022
Helen Whately MP visited Sunderland College to find out how significant investment in facilities has revolutionised skills and education training