Dementia Awareness

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These courses are available to employers in the Health and Social Care sector to meet their mandatory training requirements. It is only available to those who are currently working in the health and social care sector and is more suited for those working as Care Workers.

This course will develop the learner's knowledge regarding dementia and behaviours associated with the condition.

In the past the course has taken place in a care setting as well as at the College in Boston and Spalding.

Please note this course is not accredited, although you will enhance your knowledge, which could lead to further qualifications in health and social care

What will I do?

The Dementia Awareness course has been successful in assisting family members to gain further awareness of the challenges of this illness for the individual. It looks at the varied types of dementia, signs and symptoms, approaches to communicating and gaining interaction with the individual. You will be able to find out about further support networks for assistance and support. Time will be given for discussions and to ask questions.

Please note, anyone wishing to attend will need to be aware that there is some paperwork to complete on the day, including date of birth and National Insurance Number but College staff are on hand to assist.

There are no formal entry qualifications for the Dementia Awareness course.

The Dementia Awareness course will take you one day to complete. There is a minimum of at least six attendees for this course to run.

The Dementia Awareness course is free.

How to Enquire.

Enquiring about a course is easy, just click ‘Enquire for this course’ below.

Alternatively for more information on this course, please call our Information Line on 01205 313218

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You can download our course guide