This course is recognised and available via distance learning UK-wide.
ADHD Norfolk offers the ADHD in Education Level 3 qualification. This is a double qualification, accredited and regulated by Ofqual and combines the Award in Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder Awareness Level 3 qualification with the Award in Supporting Learners with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder Level 3 qualification.
You are required to be in a role working with or supporting individuals with ADHD in an educational setting to complete this course.
You are unable to use your own child as a case study.
ADHD is the most treatable neurodevelopmental difference and is often accompanied by co-morbidities such as autism and dyslexia. This qualification will help staff to: identify the signs of ADHD; gather accurate evidence for referral; be able to work, and communicate effectively, with parents and will promote a clearer pathway to assessment and treatment options. Once the ADHD is successfully managed, other possible co-morbidities will be easier to identify.
For more details about the course's content and to register your place, visit ADHD Norfolk website.