Around 4 million people in the UK have been diagnosed diabetes (WHO). There are also thought to be around 850,000 people with undiagnosed diabetes. Although there is no cure for diabetes, careful management of the condition can help maintain blood sugar levels and control symptoms.
This course helps learners apply good practice relating to the care and management of diabeted, giving them confidence in their work. Furthermore, as diabetes is prevalent in our society and current trends suggest more and more people will become diabetic in the coming years, the practical understanding that learners will acquire from this programme will be useful throughout their working and personal lives.
This course comprises of 4 mandatory units, which are presented in two concise modular workbooks, together with all assessments.
Comprises of 4 mandatory units presented in 2 concise module workbooks:
Unit 1 - Understand diabetes
Unit 2 - Prevention and early intervention
Unit 3 - Understanding the initial care of diabetes
Unit 4 - Understand the treatment and management of diabetes
The learning materials include an assessment, which allows learners to demonstrate achievement of all learning outcomes associated with each unit. Learners should complete the assessment remotely and submit it to their tutor for marking.
Additional funding information
Non-Scottish residents, can still undertake this course, however full course fee applies.
Course Contact Details
T: 01387 734233