Diabetes Awareness Level 2 (non-Endorsed, BYTSYZ e-Learning Certificated)
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£39.00 + VAT (inclusive: all modules, online training, unlimited trial assessments, 1 (one) final assessment for each module, certificate, online and phone student support)
e-Learning, Online (exclusively over the Internet).
Multiple choice questions (instant results).
6 hours 57 minutes
(this time does not in anyway suggest that you personally will complete the course in this time. Some individuals study faster then others so the study time differs from individual to individual.)
BYTSYZ e-Learning Certificate of achievement and student transcript.
This course is designed for care workers who are come into contact with individuals who suffer from diabetes as part of their work (e.g. care workers, health and social care support workers, individuals who suffer from diabetes).
This course is designed for care workers who, as part of their job role, come into contact with individuals suffering from diabetes. This online course will enhance knowledge and understanding in the field of diabetes in relation to:
The course provides an introductory overview to diabetes. It focuses on the person with diabetes and how they can make informed choices in relation to treatment and lifestyle.
The course will appeal to individuals from a variety of backgrounds, including people with diabetes, health care workers and anyone interested in learning more about the condition.
To further embed this new and often complex learning BYTSYZ has included a number of care related exercises to encourage:
MANDY from Littleborough (19-01-2015)
I found this Diabetes Awareness Level 2 online course very interesting and helpful as my husband suffers from this complaint I have gained more knowledge and understanding.
ELIZABETH from Thirsk (07-02-2014)
Good Diabetes Awareness Level 2 online course, easy reading, definate eye opener on such a common illness.
CATHERINE from Bagshot (17-05-2013)
A very good resource to consolidate and refresh previous learning.