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The increasing awareness of the importance of Mental Health, and the potentially large impact of poor mental health on individuals, colleagues and their employers, has led to high demand for quality training programmes.
Mental Health covers a wide range of both short term and longer term challenges which team members might encounter at work (or out of work) amongst their co-workers or clients, their visitors and customers. These might relate to anxiety & depression, chronic illness, and in extreme cases, suicidal tendencies. Unlike physical First Aid where symptoms may be more obvious, poor mental health can be harder to identify, and the responses often need to be more nuanced.
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The Regulated Qualifications Framework (RQF) accredits qualifications in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. RQF is jointly regulated by the England’s regulator Ofqual, Wales DCELLS and Northern Ireland’s CCEA. Scotland has its own system - the Scottish Credit and Qualifications Framework (SQCF).
Taking an RQF qualification means your course and your award is fully recognised in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. Every unit and qualification in the RQF framework has a credit value based on the length of time it takes the average learner to complete the learning unit. Each unit and qualification also has its own level, between Entry level and level 8, to show how difficult it is. RQF credits can be transferred to other relevant courses, meaning if you decide to enrol on a higher level or different course, the existing unit(s) you have can be transferred to your new course.
CPD (Continuous Professional Development) is a way to maintain essential professional knowledge and skills through a structured approach to learning.