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ADHD - Level 4

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Overview

ADHD – Level 4 is designed to improve your understanding of Attention-deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). The course will teach you the symptoms of ADHD so that one is easily able to identify them and help the person who is afflicted with them.

The course is tailored for those professionals and individuals who deal with individuals who have been afflicted with ADHD. ADHD – Level 4 will also let individuals start their careers in supporting those with ADHD by giving all the required information.  The course is designed to recognize the disease in both adults and children and give detailed guidelines on how to respond depending on the severity.

ADHD – Level 4 will be covering all the characteristics of ADHD, along with the causes, treatments and diagnostic methods, so the symptoms can be decreased and minimized. The course will give you the guidelines on how to deal with individuals with ADHD so the individuals can get back to living a normal life and continue to function as normal.

Why Study at 1Training

1Training is a leading online provider for several accrediting bodies and provides learners with the opportunity to take this exclusive CPD course.  At 1Training, we give our fullest attention to our learners’ needs and ensure they have the necessary information required to proceed with the training.

Learners who register will be given excellent learning support, discounts for future purchases and be eligible for a TOTUM Discount card and Student ID card with amazing offers and access to retail stores, the library, cinemas, gym memberships and their favourite restaurants

Learning Outcomes

  • Gain an in-depth understanding of ADHD.
  • Learn the causes and the treatments of ADHD.
  • Learn how to diagnose individuals with ADHD.
  • Gain an understanding of how ADHD can affect the individuals
  • Get to know the sources of information which can help and support the individual affected by ADHD.

Key Features

Gain an accredited UK qualification

Access to excellent quality study materials

Learners will be eligible for TOTUM Discount Card

Personalized learning experience

One year’s access to the course

Support by phone, live chat, and email

  • Learners should be over the age of 16 and have a basic understanding of English, ICT and numeracy.
  • A sound educational background is recommended

In order to pass the course ‘ADHD – Level 4’learners will complete an online quiz which will be immediately marked, with learners knowing right away whether they’ve passed the test.

Upon the successful completion of the course, you will be awarded the Certificate for ‘ADHD – Level 4’ by CPD.

Access Duration

The course will be directly delivered to you, and you have 12 months of access to the online learning portal from the date you joined the course. The course is self-paced and you can complete it in stages, revisiting the sessions at any time.

Awarding Body

CPD is a leading awarding body in the United Kingdom that meets an excellent standard of high-quality education. CPD is committed to the enhancement of proficiency and personal skills in order to develop learners’ skills and abilities. CPD ensures that both practical and academic qualifications assist individuals to re-skill or up-skill and maintain a competitive advantage in their chosen industry.

Career Path & Progression

The Certificate for ADHD – Level  4 will improve your candidature for a number of jobs across multiple sectors.  You can study further related courses that will open the door to new and exciting opportunities and enhance your expertise in this subject, and add this as a skillset on your resume. Your skills will be recognised by leading employers and top organisations that will enable you to land a generous-paying job, plenty of benefits and a wide array of opportunities. Given below are job titles you can compete for, along with the average UK salary per annum according to https://www.glassdoor.com

  • Child Psychologist £66K (approximately)
  • Child Counsellor £45K
  • Clinical Psychologist £64K
  • Learners should be over the age of 16 and have a basic understanding of English, ICT and numeracy.
  • A sound educational background is recommended

In order to pass the course ‘ADHD – Level 4’learners will complete an online quiz which will be immediately marked, with learners knowing right away whether they’ve passed the test.

Upon the successful completion of the course, you will be awarded the Certificate for ‘ADHD – Level 4’ by CPD.

Access Duration

The course will be directly delivered to you, and you have 12 months of access to the online learning portal from the date you joined the course. The course is self-paced and you can complete it in stages, revisiting the sessions at any time.

Awarding Body

CPD is a leading awarding body in the United Kingdom that meets an excellent standard of high-quality education. CPD is committed to the enhancement of proficiency and personal skills in order to develop learners’ skills and abilities. CPD ensures that both practical and academic qualifications assist individuals to re-skill or up-skill and maintain a competitive advantage in their chosen industry.

Career Path & Progression

The Certificate for ADHD – Level  4 will improve your candidature for a number of jobs across multiple sectors.  You can study further related courses that will open the door to new and exciting opportunities and enhance your expertise in this subject, and add this as a skillset on your resume. Your skills will be recognised by leading employers and top organisations that will enable you to land a generous-paying job, plenty of benefits and a wide array of opportunities. Given below are job titles you can compete for, along with the average UK salary per annum according to https://www.glassdoor.com

  • Child Psychologist £66K (approximately)
  • Child Counsellor £45K
  • Clinical Psychologist £64K
Course Curriculum Total Units : 80
1. Preface
1.1 Preface
1.2 National Guidelines
1.3 The National ADHD Guideline
2. Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
2.1 Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
2.2 The Disorder
2.3 Diagnosis And Assessment
2.4 Epidemiology
2.5 Aetiology
2.6 Current Care And Treatment Of ADHD For Children In The NHS
2.7 ADHD from an Educational Perspective
2.8 Adults With ADHD
2.9 The Economic Cost of ADHD
3. Methods Used To Develop This Guideline
3.1 Methods Used To Develop This Guideline
3.2 The Scope
3.3 The Guideline Development Group
3.4 Clinical Questions
3.5 Systematic Clinical Literature Review
3.6 Health Economics Methods
3.7 Focus Group Methodology
3.8 Stakeholder Contributions
3.9 Validation Of This Guideline
4. The Experience Of Treatment And Care For ADHD
4.1 The Experience Of Treatment And Care For ADHD
4.2 The Experiences of Children and Young People of ADHD and Stimulant Medication
4.3 The Experience of Diagnosis in Adult Life
4.4 Personal Accounts from People With ADHD and Their Careers
4.5 Living With ADHD
5. Diagnosis
5.1 Diagnosis
5.2 The Validity of ADHD as a Diagnostic Category
5.3 Methodology
5.4 Reviewing the Validity of the Diagnosis: Summary of the Evidence
5.5 Limitations
5.6 Defining Significant Impairment
5.7 Position Statement on the Validity of ADHD
5.8 Consensus Conference
5.9 Implications for Practice
5.10 Differentiating ADHD in Adults from Other Co- Existing Conditions
6. The Organization Of Care For ADHD
6.1 The Organization of Care for ADHD
6.2 Stepped Care Model for ADHD: School-Age Children and Young People
6.3 Stepped-Care Model for ADHD: Pre-School Children
6.4 Services for Adults With ADHD
6.5 Models of Care for Adults With ADHD in Established Services
6.6 Competencies for Evaluation of ADHD in Children and Young People
6.7 Assessment Framework and Competencies for Evaluation of ADHD in Adults
7. The Organization Of Care For ADHD
7.1 The Organization of Care for ADHD
7.2 Psychological Interventions for Children With ADHD
7.3 Psychological Interventions for Adults With ADHD
7.4 Other Non-Pharmacological Approaches
7.5 Interventions for Children With ADHD in Educational Settings
8. Clinical Evidence For Screening For ADHD In Educational Settings
8.1 Clinical Evidence For Screening For ADHD In Educational Settings
8.2 Clinical Evidence for Screening for ADHD in Educational Settings
8.3 Clinical Evidence for Advice to Teachers About ADHD
9. Dietary Interventions
9.1 Dietary Interventions
9.2 Elimination Diets
9.3 Supplementation Diets
10. Pharmacological Treatment
10.1 Pharmacological Treatment
10.2 Dexamfetamine (Stimulant)
10.3 Atomoxetine
10.4 Clonidine
10.5 Bupropion
10.6 Modafinil
10.7 Antidepressants
10.8 Atypical Antipsychotics
10.9 Efficacy/ Harms in Special Circumstances
10.10 Health Economics Evidence
11. Combining And Comparing Psychological And Pharmacological Interventions
11.1 Combining and Comparing Psychological and Pharmacological Interventions
11.2 Combined Interventions for Children With ADHD
11.3 Comparing Psychological and Pharmacological Interventions for Children With ADHD
11.4 The MTA Study: Implications for Treatment Decisions
11.5 Health Economics Evidence
11.6 Treatment Decisions and Combined Treatment for Children With ADHD
12. Summary Of Recommendations
12.1 Summary Of Recommendations
12.2 Prerequisites of Treatment and Care for All People With ADHD
12.3 Identification, Pre-Diagnostic Intervention in the Community and Referral to Secondary Services
12.4 Diagnosis of ADHD
12.5 Post-Diagnostic Advice
12.6 Treatment for Children and Young People
12.7 Transition to Adult Services
12.8 Treatment of Adults With ADHD
12.9 How to Use Drugs for the Treatment of ADHD
APPENDICES
APPENDICES
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