The prevalence of ADHD in adults is widely reported as between 2.5%-4% although this is felt to be a conservative figure. Only approximately 10-20% of individuals with ADHD will be treated
In house certificate.
Learners attending this course will know what is meant by attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, the typical characteristics, the various theories of ADHD, the key difficulties and corresponding coping strategies. Learners will develop a finer understanding of ADHD and the support mechanisms that can be utilised by educational support and by learners.
Learners may already be working in, or seeking employment in the following sectors – education, health & social care, employability, voluntary
Progression and related jobs:
You could progress onto further learning or expand your knowledge with our range of Mental Health courses, Dyslexia Awareness, Health & Social Care or Introduction to Autism. This would suit a wide range of job roles, particularly in education, health & social care, employability and the voluntary sector.
This training will be delivered via Microsoft Teams, with joining instructions provided following return of an enrolment form and initial assessment that will be emailed to you in advance.
For further information about this course contact Starting Point on 01744 698800 or email firstname.lastname@example.org