Foundation level courses are a flexible programme of short courses (also referred to as modules). Each course can be completed as a stand-alone course (15 credits) and you will receive a ‘University Certificate of Credit’.

 

Relationships & Sexual Health
Course Code: 
OASS30645
Course Fee: 
£ 410
Course Credits: 
15
Course Leader: 
Sarah Smith
Location: 

Oasis College or this course can be tailored for delivery at your own venue

Status: 

A stand-alone course through a Certificate of Credit in 'Supporting Young People in Promoting Positive Relationships' or it can be combined with other courses as part of a Foundation Diploma or Certificate.

Delivery: 

The full course takes 10-15 weeks to complete and requires attendance at four taught workshop days during this period. This course can be tailored to a group in your location (by request) subject to sufficient student numbers.

Course Starting Dates: 

Courses are subject to a minimum number of students in order to run in any given teaching block.

Summer 2017 in London
Teaching to take place on Fridays, 10:00am-4.30pm:
5th May; 19th May; 2nd June; 16th June 2017

Next Course: 

To apply directly to the College, please go through this link to our validating partner, Staffordshire University: Relationships & Sexual Health

Course Overview: 

This course will provide the knowledge and skills to support relationships and sexual health education in schools and youth settings. The module addresses the need for informed practice when working with young people to empower them to make healthy life choices. The module will include the following key areas:

  • Development of sexual behaviour through childhood and puberty;
  • The link between self-esteem, social pressures and the decisions young people make;
  • Identifying building blocks for healthy relationships and exploring different types of relationships;
  • Understanding possible consequences of sexual activity.

The module will support participants in developing effective presentation skills and equip them with the confidence to talk openly and knowledgably about sensitive issues.

Assessment: 

Portfolio (1,500 words). representing 100% of the assessment.

Resources: 

A resource pack, with an annual licence, is available for £100 per organisation (optional but recommended).

Entrance Criteria: 

A competent level of English and relevant experience in work with young people.