Supporting Activity Provision in Social Care

Level 2 Award in

Supporting Activity Provision in

Activity provision for people who live in a care setting can make a significant contribution to their well-being and quality of life. Simple activities such as taking a walk, playing cards, listening to the radio or looking after a pet can help give pleasure and bring purpose to the day. This qualification aims to provide staff in the health and social care sector with comprehensive knowledge and understanding of the potential benefits for individuals in social care of engaging in both everyday and programmed activities.

The course is designed for anyone who works, or would like to work in a care setting and will be ideal for those responsible for co-ordinating and delivering activities to individuals and groups. It is particularly relevant for learners who wish to increase their understanding of the significance of activity to person-centred care.

Hallmark’s learning resource can be combined with its Dementia Awareness unit to create the combination of units needed for the Level 2 Award in Supporting Activity Provision in Social Care.

Learning Aim Ref (OCNLR): 600/9559/3

8 Credits / 62-83 GLH