Acquired Brain Injury Awareness Level 2
This Level 2 Award in Acquired Brain Injury Awareness (ABI) is designed to equip health and social care sector professionals with a foundational understanding of Acquired Brain Injuries. The course aims to enhance participants' knowledge of the basic anatomy and functions of the brain, the main types and causes of ABI, as well as the identification of symptoms, treatment options, and rehabilitation processes. Additionally, it provides insights into key aspects of supporting individuals affected by ABI.
Participants who successfully complete the course will receive a Level 2 Award in Acquired Brain Injury Awareness. The certification acknowledges their enhanced understanding of ABI and their ability to apply this knowledge in the health and social care setting. This certificate is valid for three years.
This course offers a comprehensive yet concise exploration of ABI, ensuring that participants are equipped with the necessary knowledge to provide effective support and care. The course is delivered in person by one of our trainers and takes three hours to complete. We can teach up to 12 learners for a price of £365.
Special Focus Courses
Aim: To provide an underpinning knowledge to staff in the health and social care sector about Acquired Brain Injury - ABI.
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