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Term 1

F911: Communication in Care Setting AO1,2&3

Candidates will produce a report based on the different communication skills used in one health or social care or early years setting. Evidence will include:

  • The production of records to show the effectiveness of communication skills in an interaction with an individual person who uses services/practitioner or a small group of people who use services/practitioners, evaluating their performance and making recommendations for improvements.an understanding of the different types of communication used in care settings and the factors that support and inhibit communication, giving examples;
  • An explanation of how practitioners use four different communication skills in the care setting to value people who use services, giving examples;
  • Rlevant research and analysis of two theories that provide guidance about the effects of communication on people who use services and/or practitioners;

Term 2

F911: Communication -AO4 &  F912: Promoting Good Health AO1

F911: Candidates will produce a report based on the different communication skills used in one health or social care or early years setting. Evidence will include:

  • The production of records to show the effectiveness of communication skills in an interaction with an individual person who uses services/practitioner or a small group of people who use services/practitioners, evaluating their performance and making recommendations for improvements.

F912: Candidates will produce a report of the planning of, and their participation in, a small-scale health-promotion campaign to promote good health. Materials used should be published by an existing agency. The report will include:

  • Evidence that the candidate understands the principles of health and well-being, including ill-health,
  • Relevant research and analysis of two factors that can affect health and well-being, giving an analysis of their effects on individuals
  • Applying knowledge and showing understanding of the job roles of key workers who promote health, including information about two preventative measures
  • Evidence of their own performance when planning, and participating in, a small health-promotion campaign, evaluating their own performance.

Term 3

F912: Promoting Good Health AO2,3&4

Candidates will produce a report of the planning of, and their participation in, a small-scale health-promotion campaign to promote good health. Materials used should be published by an existing agency. The report will include:

  • Relevant research and analysis of two factors that can affect health and well-being, giving an analysis of their effects on individuals
  • Applying knowledge and showing understanding of the job roles of key workers who promote health, including information about two preventative measures
  • Evidence of their own performance when planning, and participating in, a small health-promotion campaign, evaluating their own performance.

Term 4

F910: Promoting Quality Care

Examination unit. Candidates will be able to explain and apply the following topics:       

  • Attitudes and prejudices
  • Rights and responsibilities of people who use services and providers
  • Facilitation of access to services
  • Values of care
  • How organisations promote quality care.

Term 5

F910: Promoting Quality Care (Exam Unit)

Examination unit. Candidates will be able to explain and apply the following topics:       

  • Attitudes and prejudices
  • Rights and responsibilities of people who use services and providers
  • Facilitation of access to services
  • Values of care
  • How organisations promote quality care.

Term 6

F923: Mental Health

Candidates will investigate mental-health needs and issues and include a profile of one person who uses services. Evidence will include:

  • An evaluation of the concepts and definitions of mental health, including the images and perceptions in the media (using two examples) of people with mental-health needs and one possible negative effect and one possible positive effect of such portrayal.