This course provides a great starting point in understanding a widespread condition becoming increasingly prevalent within the UK.
- Gain an understanding of this widespread condition and gain a nationally accredited qualification
- Discover more about the biology behind diabetic requirements, reactions and symptoms
- Equip yourself with invaluable knowledge to increase your awareness of different types of diabetes
- Learn vital skills to help people manage and treat their diabetes
Who is this course for?
This course would be beneficial to those who are looking to equip themselves with invaluable knowledge to increase their awareness of different types of diabetes and learn vital skills to help people manage and treat their diabetes.
Each unit contains an assessment to demonstrate your knowledge of each subject area. Once you successfully complete all units you will achieve a Level 2 Certificate in Understanding the Care and Management of Diabetes.
Can I study for free?
Free places are available to anyone who meets the criteria below.
- Living in England
- Aged 19 or over from the 31 August 2020 (born before 01 September 2001)
- A citizen of a country within the European Economic Area (EEA) and a resident in the EEA for the last 3 years
- Not in receipt of any other government-funded training.
You may also qualify if you're:
- Employed and in receipt of a low wage
- A non-EEA citizen with permission by UK government to live in the UK which is not for educational purposes, and lived in England for at least 3 years
- A family member of an EU national
- A refugee
- Asylum Seeker.
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