This November NAPA are delighted to offer a 10% discount on our qualifications at Level 2 and 3 in Activity Provision. This offer is for November only! Please email email@example.com for an application form, don’t delay, this offer is only valid until the 30th of November! Please quote ref NAPA-Nov19
NAPA recommends the Level 2 Award in Supporting Activity Provision in Social Care as the minimum requirement for any staff involved in activity provision. The Level 3 Certificate in Activity Provision in Social Care is the key qualification for Activity Team Leaders.
Level 2 Award in Supporting Activity Provision in Social Care accredited by OCN London – Distance Learning
The OCN London Level 2 Award in Supporting Activity Provision in Social Care qualification enables those working, or intending to work, in the health and social care sector to develop their understanding of the potential benefits for individuals of engaging in both everyday activities and programmed activities.
The course will support learners to contribute to the planning, delivery and evaluation of individual and group activities and to meet a range of individuals different needs. It will further learners understanding of the part activity has to play in providing person-centred care.
The Award is made up of 4 units: 3 mandatory units
Students then choose one of the following to complete the qualification:
Level 3 Certificate in Activity Provision in Social Care – Distance Learning
This course is aimed at Activity Coordinators with responsibility for leading and coordinating activity provision within a care setting. The Level 3 Certificate in Activity Provision in Social Care develops understanding of the social benefits of providing opportunities for different kinds of activities in the context of care. This qualification provides a valuable insight to learners of ways in which activity provision can lead the way in providing meaningful and purposeful engagement for people. It will enable learners to contribute to the planning, delivery and evaluation of an activity-based model of care.
The course is made up of 5 units: