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Learn About Where You And Your Family Came From

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Get Genealogy, Couples and Family Therapy, Sustainable Living, Diet and Nutritional Advisor, Pain Management Practitioner, Home Education, Speech Therapy, Symbology, Health & Social Care and First Aid in this Bundle

1. Genealogy: Learn About Where You And Your Family Came From

Learning about where you and your family came from can be an incredible journey of discovery. Finding out about your ancestry and lineage tells you more about yourself than you may have first realised. Though knowing how to trace your family tree can be difficult and then once you find more and more information it can be hard to know what is important and what is not.

The Genealogy Course is your guide on the journey; teaching you where and how to find relevant information in your search and what to do with it to keep you organised and help you find out even more.

Your Surname
Surnames are important to each and every one of us before we start researching family trees. Understanding the background to surnames will establish a good overview of genealogy.

Recording your Sources
Recording your research is vital because while it might not seem important when you first start researching your family, the larger your family tree grows the less likely you are to remember where all your information came from.

Researching your Family Tree
When you are interested in finding out more about your family tree, starting with the basics will get you ready to learn more and extend your family tree much further than you might have thought possible.

There are some charts supplied with this course, which you can use to record your family tree information. There are pedigree charts for recording either five or seven generations, a family group sheet and a source checklist.

Computers and Genealogy
The ease of access to vast amounts of genealogy records and historical information is possible because of the use of computers, laptops, tablets, storage devices, the internet, emails, social media and software.

Births, Marriages, Deaths
Birth, Christening, Marriage, Death and Burial records are very important to genealogists because everyone who ever lived was born, many of them got married and most of the people who ever lived have already died.

Census Records
Most countries conduct a regular census, generally about once every ten years and the older censuses which have been released for public consumption can tell you a lot about your ancestors.

Other Records
The process of accumulating family information continues until eventually the trail dries up or it might take you to various little-known sources of documentation, perhaps relating to small religious orders or now outdated trades and professions.

Royals and Nobles
Your search might even take you on a journey where you find your ancestors recorded in the Doomsday Book, which commenced records in 1086 or back even further to Charlemagne and obscure medieval records.

Connecting the Sources
By the time you are this far into the course we have discussed a lot of different records that are useful in genealogy and in this section we explore ways that you can paint a clearer picture by using them all together.

Presenting your Family Tree
In this section your creativity will be used to present your family tree to others, whether that is only your immediate family or you would like to share the information you have found with even more people.

From Family Tree to Genealogy
Be warned! By the time you complete this course you will have caught the genealogy bug and you may never be able to stop.

Who Would Benefit from This Course?

Who we are and where we’ve come from are such broad questions that, while they may be answered by a certain amount introspection, just as much can be answered outwardly by learning about our ancestry and the stories of those who came before us. This course is for anyone who is interested in learning more about their family and themselves or those have watched programmes, such as ‘Who Do You Think You Are?’ and ‘Long Lost Family’ and wanted to find more out about their own family history. Who knows what you will discover…

2. Couples and Family Therapy: Understanding Life Through Couples And Family Therapy

This course takes you through the various life stages of humans as individuals, couples and families along with detailing exactly how therapy works and the vast variation of skills and types of couples and family therapy, in a progressive manner.

The course is designed to aid the understanding of relationships and family associated problems. Beginning with discussions from the outset on overall needs for therapy, the syllabus maps the ongoing changes in relationships, such as sociological and environmental factors, as well as how relationships have changed throughout the generations.

Thought patterns and communication techniques are examined in detail as well as how these factors can damage or harm a relationship should they go wrong. It doesn’t stop at just the relationship between couples themselves, the course delves deeper into the effects of these occurrences on the entire family.

The information covered during this course is widely used by couple and family therapists and should give you a much greater understanding of the relationships within your own life along with being able to advise others in a holistic manner.

People and relationships are often not straightforward. The more we understand about ourselves the better placed we will be to become able to change in our relationships and lives as a whole and make a positive change for the better.

In the final part of this course, you will learn about the therapy techniques involved in resolving these issues and the options available to the therapist when working with families or couples.

Should you wish to continue your studies into this subject after completing the course, the final module will suggest informative guidance opportunities for further professional development as well as enhancing methods of relationship focussed psychotherapy.

If you are looking to move into clinical practice after learning the basics during this course, then the role of the family psychotherapist is regulated and requires a university gained qualification. There are many degree courses available to explore on completion of this course.

Who would benefit from this course?

This course has been developed as an aid to understanding Family Therapy. It is a great introduction if you are considering further education in this field, a good professional development course if you are already a holistic therapist or more of a personal interest course if you are looking to develop your understanding and communication within your own relationships.

3. Sustainable Living: Discover Unsustainable Ways In Which We Use Our Natural Resources

The course describes what is meant by ‘energy conservation’, and discusses related solutions, such as energy efficiency, and why it is important to practice this. You will also be provided with many ways that you can easily conserve energy in the home.

Although the world is made up mostly of water, only 3% of it is freshwater, and of that, 2% is trapped in ice caps and glaciers. We are reliant on less than 1% of the Earth’s water for all our needs. With this in mind, the Sustainable Living Course looks at how we use water and provides various ideas on how we can conserve it. It also offers practical and easy to apply practices that you can use in your home, to aid conservation and reduce your bills.

The Sustainable Living Certificate Course teaches the 3 ‘Rs’ – Reduce, Reuse, Recycle. You will learn, and be staggered by, just how much rubbish is amassed each year and what can be done to about this. By reducing the amount we consume, reusing items for new purposes, and recycling, we can make a difference to the environment and our expenses.

A course on sustainable living would inevitably talk about growing your own fruit and vegetables, but there is more to doing this in a sustainable way than merely producing organic foods. You’ll discover how to start your own organic garden that also encompasses water and energy conservation as well as waste reduction and recycling.

As well as all the advice on sustainable living included in the course and the reasons to make a change, an easy to use checklist is included, so that you can quickly and easily action change within your home. You will also discover ideas that will help you to create your own solutions and the course offers advice on the products that you can use to clean your home without causing excess damage to the environment.

For those who wish to go that extra step further, the Sustainable Living Certificate Course introduces you to developing your own skin and wellness products. You can even grow most of the ingredients for these in your garden and buy the rest in bulk. You’ll find recipes for shampoo, toothpaste, a headache reliever, even nappy cream, and much more, included.

Let us be your guide in saving the environment, saving you money, and living a sustainable lifestyle.

Who would benefit from the course?

Whether you’re interested in protecting the environment and reducing your consumption of the world’s resources or you’d just like to discover some easy and straightforward ways to reduce your shopping and utility bills, this course has something for you.

Learn just how much of an impact the average person’s life has on the environment and how much of a difference our individual efforts can have on global issues.

4. Diet and Nutritional Advisor: Become A Nutritionist From The Comfort Of Your Own Home

Train to become a Nutritionist from the comfort of your own home with this comprehensive fully certified Diet and Nutritional Advisor course.

In this comprehensive course, you will learn all about the importance of the right nutrition for creating health and wellness in the body. Over 14 powerful modules you will cover the main systems of the human body, how what we consume (in diet and supplements) combined with our activity level (exercise) and pathology (dietary disorders) determines our overall health and wellbeing.

The course teaches how nutrition is utilised to provide energy and build our bodies. You will learn about the various vitamins and minerals that humans need and how they all work, while also exploring the impact of water and other vital nutrients. You will learn all about metabolism, vegetarianism, fat storage and much more. All of this works towards a final discussion on how to consult with future clients to help them understand the role that nutrition and activity levels play in their health, wellness and longevity. In short, you will learn how important a nutritionist can be in helping people to lead long, healthy lives.

Who would benefit from the course?

This comprehensive course will teach you everything that you need to know about Digital Photography and taking a good selfie! The course is aimed at beginners and takes you right through to Certificate level. Upon completion of the course assessment you will receive your Digital Photography Certificate Certificate.

5. Pain Management Practitioner: Learn The Different Methods of Managing Pain

This course provides a comprehensive understanding of the mind-body connection. You will discover how big a part the mind plays in your feelings of pain and how, with the right knowledge, you can use it to combat them.

Physical and emotional, chronic and acute, tissue, nerve and psychogenic, there are many different types of pain. You will learn about each type and the effects they have on those afflicted.

This course will teach you how to be reflective and take control of the elements of your life that cause you pain. You will discover the power of using positive affirmations and visualisations to strengthen your will and determination, to release pain and combat the negative energies that may have gripped your current mindset.

You will learn how to use a variety of holistic practices to combat pain, the first of which is hypnotherapy. You will discover how it works and be guided through several self-hypnosis scripts that you can use to ease various types of pain.

One of the simplest methods of relieving pain is meditation. When you meditate your brain releases endorphins, which are your natural pain relievers, and make you feel happier. The course explains the benefits of meditation, answers common questions, and guides you through meditations that are useful in relieving pain.

Mindfulness is a powerful tool in combating stress and anxiety and in enhancing wellbeing. It also enables you to pay close attention to your pain, without judgement and understand your thoughts and mindset. You will be guided in the techniques used in the practice.

You may not know it, but you could be subconsciously sabotaging your efforts to be free from pain. The Pain Management Practitioner Course explains Part Therapy and Secondary Gain, and how to uncover your negative subconscious thoughts and bring them to the forefront of your mind to be addressed.

Some types of pain can seem unexplainable as they are the result of an event in your past, or even after a past life, which has been suppressed. The course explains Regression Therapy and how you can use it to help relieve this type of pain by enabling you to explore and resolve past issues through self-hypnosis.

NLP (Neuro-Linguistic Programming) helps people to understand and recode the way their brain responds to stimuli and programme themselves to manifest better and new behaviours. The course explains how you can use the techniques of NLP to dial down pain, make it fade away, or even make the pain softer and less intense.

It’s hard to be in a bad mood when you are laughing. The Pain Management Practitioner Course looks at research that shows how laughing can aid pain management and how you can use it as a tool to improve your well-being.

Who would benefit from the course?

The Pain Management Practitioner Certificate Course can be studied by anyone, as pain is something that affects us all. A wide range of techniques is covered and explained in full, so that whatever you need relief from, you will find an answer here.

The course can also be used by anyone who counsels those in physical or emotional pain – providing more tools to those in your care.

6. Home Education: Learn The Pros And Cons Of Home-Schooling

The Home Education Course helps students to understand how to go about educating their children themselves. The comprehensive materials will answer most, if not all, of your questions about the topic, including the pros and cons of home-schooling.

With 5 million children worldwide being home educated, more parents are exercising their right to educate their children themselves.

Students will learn how to begin home schooling your child, as well as letting you know what is required of you to do so and informing you of any educational bodies who you may, or may not, need to inform of your decision.

The Home Education Course outlines the positives, as well as the negatives, so that parents can make an informed decision on whether this is the best fit for them and their children.

‘Home Education’ does not mean one single way of teaching a child, but is rather a spectrum term that includes many different methods and theories to provide an education that fits their child. As a home educator, you can adapt your teaching to the way your child learns, so that they gain the most from the learning experience. The Home Education Course covers the various ways of learning, going through each of the following: Visual / Spatial, Verbal / Linguistic, Aural (Auditory/Musical), Physical / Kinaesthetic, Solitary (Intrapersonal), Social (Interpersonal), Logical / Mathematics, and Naturalist learning.

You will need materials and resources with which to teach. Fortunately, you can pick and choose from all the materials available in the world. The course teaches parents about some of the more common types of materials and suggests other ways that lessons can be taught, to give a more involved learning experience.

Although the need to plan each lesson is not as great as in traditional education (as you will not be teaching 20-30 children), some lessons achieve their intention more succinctly by being planned. The course talks about which lessons lend themselves well to being planned and provides several lesson plans covering different subjects, for parents to use and adapt to fit their children’s needs.

You may still have a number of questions on the subject of home education. We list some of the most common questions and answers them in-depth; dispelling the myths and incorrect beliefs surrounding the topic.

As the person who will be responsible for your children’s education, you need to be sure that it is the right choice, not only for your child/children and your family but also for you. The final module of the course talks parents through additional research, considerations, and questions you should ask yourself before making the decision to home educate.

The course ends with a conclusion and, although it is not a necessity for home educated children, a National Curriculum is also included, should some wish to use it as a way of determining when certain skills should be taught or learned.

Who would benefit from the course?

The Home Education Certificate Course is an excellent resource for parents who have been considering home schooling their child/children, as this course will answer their questions and provide a useful guide on how to get started. It is also ideal for parents who are already educating their children from home and want to improve or consolidate their existing teaching skills and experience.

7. Speech Therapy: Learn Practices That Assists People With Speech And Language Disorders

Speech Therapy is a practice that assists people with speech and language disorders or who have trouble swallowing. This course takes you through the role of a speech therapist, the anatomical structures and physiological functions of speech and hearing, phonetics, language development and speech disorders, the structure of language, and career paths in this field.

The Speech Therapy Course introduces the subject by outlining the basics. It provides an overview of speech disorders and the therapeutic practices used to treat them. You’ll learn about the role of a speech therapist and the conditions and areas of communication that they focus on. You will be provided with in-depth listing of pathological terms that are used amongst speech and language professionals.

To understand speech you need a good level of knowledge about the anatomical structures and physiological functions of the speech organs. This course will talk you through these and the respiratory, laryngeal, and articulatory systems, which all have a bearing on speech.

Similarly, you will learn about audiology. The course talks you through the structures and functions belonging to the auditory system and explains the physiology of hearing. There are numerous tests and screening protocols in the UK used to screen and assess children with suspected hearing disorders. You will learn about these and the signs that could indicate hearing loss, which would require an audiology assessment referral.

How we develop speech and the different stages we go through to learn and process language is a fascinating topic. You will discover the various stages that exist within linguistic advancement in monolingual and bilingual children.

Equally as interesting is Phonetics (the study of human speech sounds). The Speech Therapy Course breaks the topic down into its three branches and explains each fully:

  • Articulatory Phonetics: The study of the way in which speech sounds are produced
  • Acoustic Phonetics: Analyses the physical properties of speech
  • Auditory Phonetics: Illustrates the ways in which sound is perceived

Speech Perception, which deals with one’s comprehension of what is being said, is also covered.

The course considers the structure of language, described through morphology, syntax and semantics. In addition to looking at each of these areas you’ll see how children apply the rules that determine speech and language, the common errors they may make and the errors that are symptomatic of speech and communication disorders.

The Speech Therapy Course provides a deep exploration into various conditions that can affect the development of speech and language and how this manifests itself in each case. The conditions covered include neurological disorders, brain injury, drug abuse, intellectual disabilities, vocal abuse, autism and apraxia, plus physical impairments. The course also explains how the Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS) uses pictorials as a form of treatment of autistic children experiencing speech impairment issues.

For those considering a career as a speech therapist, the course provides information on, and examples of, the various positions and working environments that speech and language therapists may practice in. In each example, duties and responsibilities that occur within these departments are described.

Who would benefit from the course?

The Speech Therapy Course offers valuable insight into the practice of speech therapy, providing those who wish to work within the field with a starting point to their career. It provides a greater understanding of what is involved and the further education options available.

The course is a comprehensive resource to parents whose children are working with a speech therapist, and also educators and carers who wish to be able to recognise and understand speech and hearing disorders.

8. Symbology: Learn How To Decipher The Meaning Of Modern And Ancient Symbols

Learn how to decipher the meaning of modern and ancient symbols, the mechanics of good symbol design, and how to go about setting up your own symbology practice, including guidance on the client sessions you can provide and how to grow your practice.

By taking the Symbology Certificate Course you’ll learn to become more perceptive of the symbols and codes that are all around us in our day-to-day lives, including how symbology can be found in body language, and how to uncover the messages behind them. This knowledge and wisdom is passed on through exploring how and why symbols have been used throughout history, the hidden meanings behind numbers and codes, and the meanings of common shapes that make up symbols and how differing combinations affect meaning.

The course examines the meaning of animal symbols and why animals are chosen to represent countries. The meaning of various flowers and how different colour combinations symbolise different things is also explained, along with why countries choose to be represented by certain flowers.

You’ll learn how current symbols are used and become widely-recognised, and the ways in which ancient symbols are incorporated into modern life, in buildings and bank notes. You’ll also see how symbols have a lifespan, with some that are used for a very short duration, while others reappear, sometimes with a different meaning.

The shapes, styles, and colours of symbols have great meaning that can change depending on your location, beliefs, and culture. The effects of these are discussed in the course, along with the symbols associated with various celebrations, events, and festivals across the globe.

Along with imbuing you with a greater knowledge of the subject, the course also explains how you can use this information to create your own symbology practice and the types of consultations and session work you can provide to clients. The course also runs through the practical aspects of building a business, such as the legal and insurance considerations, and what you need to set up your work and consultation space.

To give a greater understanding of the work of a Symbology Practitioner and what a good consultation looks like, you will be guided, step-by-step, through a real symbology session and an average day of someone working within the role.

You’ll explore methods of providing your services, the type of work opportunities available to a modern-day symbologist, how to grow your symbology practice, and how to gain and retain clients.

Who will benefit from the course?

The Symbology Certificate Course will be of interest to anyone who would like to understand the symbols that we find all around us, and would like to be able to uncover their meanings. Those who are fascinated by cryptology and graphic designers/illustrators looking for inspiration for their work, especially in logo design, will also benefit from taking this course.

Following the successful completion of this course, you will be able to go on to become a Symbologist/Symbology Practitioner and the course itself guides you through the process of setting up your own business and the types of work that you can offer to your clients.

9. Health and Social Care: Pursue A Career In This People-Centric Industry

The Health and Social Care Course has been created to provide you with a broad education that will enable you to move into employment or further education within the Health and Social Care Sector.

This course aims to introduce you to this important establishment; providing all the information you’ll need to understand if you wish to pursue a career in this people-centric industry.

The health and social care system offers a wide range of services across all sectors, including public, private, and voluntary. The services provided can be found in hospitals, children’s services, care homes, medical and dental services, emergency services and much more, and local authorities, care providers, health services, housing providers and the criminal justice system all contribute to the effectiveness of these services. The common focus, however, is always the individual; ensuring appropriate services are provided to the children and adults who need the care and support of the health and social care system.

You will be introduced to the key issues, terms, and legislation that you will be exposed to in health and social care and the wide range of roles that make up this sector. You will learn about concepts that are key to the industry, such as equality and diversity, and how your own views and life experiences can affect the way you practice.

The ability to communicate effectively is important in everyday life, as well as in most careers, but in health & social care, it is of paramount importance, as the impacts of poor communication can affect lives in severe ways. You will learn the communication barriers that are often faced in this career and how they can be overcome.

To ensure service users get the most effective and appropriate services applicable to their needs, it is important for you to understand the roles, responsibilities, aims and priorities of the other agencies that you will need to work with. This topic is discussed at length, along with how to treat the service users’ confidential information that is shared between agencies.

Although this is an industry that focuses on the wellbeing of others, it is also important to spend time on your own development. Through the Health and Social Care Course, you will explore reflective practice and continuing professional development and how working on these areas improves your capacity to fill your role.

Many of the roles within Health and Social Care, such as health visitors, nurses, child minders, social workers, and family support workers, work with children and families. It is therefore important for those in these roles to have a basic understanding of human growth and development so that they can identify when a child is not meeting specific milestones, which can be indicative of health and development problems. The Health and Social Care Course guides you through the key ages and how a child, between the ages 0-18 years should develop, and then goes on to discuss other important topics about child development.

Safeguarding is an important area for all those working in the health and social care system to understand, as you will often work with children and vulnerable adults. From the course, you will gain a sound basic knowledge on the issues of abuse and neglect, this includes: understanding the types and keys signs of abuse, what actions are expected of you in your role, and what the process is for reporting suspected abuse.

The course also includes a Glossary, should you need to refer to any terms that you do not understand.

Who Would Benefit from the Course?

This course is ideal for those who think they may enjoy a career in the Health & Social Care system but would like to understand the basics of what it is to work in this industry. Completing this course will also arm you with knowledge that will help you to gain employment or go onto further studies in this area.

10. First Aid: Learn Practical Capabilities For Medical Emergencies

First aid training will equip you with the awareness and practical capabilities of how to react if the worst happens. It’s the knowledge of how to help someone that collapses, cuts themselves, gets hurt in an emergency situation or finds themselves in a medical emergency.

The first module of the course introduces the topic and gives helpful information on how to approach an accident, injured person, or someone in need of help. This module also covers the commitment that places of work have, to have employees trained in first aid.

Touched upon in the proceeding module, module 2 discusses the role of the person who is first on scene/ the first responder, it also discusses environmental considerations and guides students through some situations that they may find themselves in. Also outlined here is what you should have in a basic first aid kit and what a natural or holistic first aid kit should include.

Moving directly on from module 2, module 3 shows you how to assess a patient and talks through how to perform CPR on adults, children, and infants. Also taught is: how to correctly monitor a pulse, how to get someone into the recovery position and why you would do this, and when a Public Access Defibrillator (PAD) should be used.

Each of the modules 4, 5, 6, 7, and 8 of the First Aid Course go into specific areas of first aid, discussing when and how treatment should be given and in which situation you would not use certain techniques to treat a patient. These are the practical modules that give you step-by-step instruction on how to assess a patient and give relevant care to patients suffering from: choking and anaphylaxis, heat and cold conditions, burns and scalds, bleeding and shock, or bone and tissue injuries.

Module 9 summarises what has been learnt in the previous modules, whilst also teaching what to do in a medical emergency and discussing first aid in the context of the law.

Who would benefit from the course?

Everyone in the world would benefit from studying the First Aid Certificate Course. The information within is literally a matter of life and death and though we may not always need to use the knowledge, and hopefully we won’t, it’s a great education to have. The First Aid Certificate Course is suitable for just about everyone. We all hope that we would never have need for first aid knowledge but at some point in life we generally do, whether it tending to a small graze or cut and knowing how to properly clean and bandage the wound, to recognising the symptoms of a heart attack, how to aid the sufferer, and potentially saving a life. These are skills everyone should have.

More specifically the course would benefit those who are around other people as part of their profession, for example, care and social workers.

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Ultimate Genealogy Bundle, 10 Courses includes the following courses, below is a summary of each course: 

Course 1 - Certificate In Genealogy Online Course

Module 1 - Your Surname

  • Part 1: Getting to Know Surnames
  • Part 2: Surname variants
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2 - Recording your Sources

  • Part 1: Recording your Sources
  • Part 2: Sharing, Privacy and Copyright
  • Part 3: Module 2 Case Study
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3 - Researching your Family Tree

  • Part 1: Types of Genealogy Research
  • Part 2: Getting Started
  • Part 3: Putting it all together
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4 - Computers and Genealogy

  • Part 1: Computers for Genealogy
  • Part 2: Online Research
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5 - Births, Marriages, Deaths

  • Part 1: Birth and Baptism Records
  • Part 2: Marriage Records
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6 - Census Records

  • Part 1: Census Records
  • Part 2: Census Dates
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7 - Other Records

  • Part 1: Other Sources
  • Part 2: Professional Directories
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8 - Royals and Nobles

  • Part 1: Pedigree Collapse
  • Part 2: Noble Genealogies
  • Module 8 Assessment

Module 9 - Connecting the Sources

  • Part 1: Connecting the Sources
  • Part 2: Climbing Back Down the Tree
  • Module 9 Assessment

Module 10 - Presenting your Family Tree

  • Part 1: Presenting Your Family Tree
  • Part 2: Genealogy Websites
  • Part 3: Bringing It All Together
  • Module 10 Assessment

Module 11 - From Family Tree to Genealogy

  • Part 1: A Genealogy Job
  • Part 2: Genealogy Volunteer
  • Module 11 Assessment

Course 2 - Certificate In Couples and Family Therapy Online Course

Module 1 Couples Therapy

  • Part 1: What Exactly is Couples and Family Therapy?
  • Part 2: Falling in Love
  • Part 3: Summary
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2 Relationship Life Cycle

  • Part 1: The Five Relationship Stages
  • Part 2: The Six Stages of Lifetime Bonds
  • Part 3: Erikson’s Stages of Personal Development
  • Part 4: Summary
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3 As Individuals

  • Part 1: Why the Past Matters
  • Part 2: Mind Matters
  • Part 3: Summary
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4 Communication and Conflict

  • Part 1: About Arguing
  • Part 2: EQ
  • Part 3: Love Languages
  • Part 4: Summary
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5 Family Lifecycle

  • Part 1: The Lifecycle of Family
  • Part 2: Mental Health Awareness
  • Part 3: Summary
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6 The Therapy Process

  • Part 1: The Six Therapy Stages
  • Part 2: Stage Two and Three
  • Part 3: Stage Four, Five and Six
  • Part 4: Essential Therapist Skills
  • Part 5: Therapy Techniques
  • Part 6: Summary
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7 Psychotherapy

  • Part 1: Ethical Considerations
  • Part 2: Structured Approaches
  • Part 3: Summary
  • Module 7 Assessment

Course 3 - Certificate In Sustainable Living Online Course

Module 1: An Overview of Sustainability

  • Part 1: Definition of ‘sustainable’
  • Part 2: The three pillars of sustainability
  • Part 3: Overall benefits of sustainable living
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2: Conserving Energy

  • Part 1: What is energy conservation?
  • Part 2: Why is it so important to save energy?
  • Part 3: Best ways to save energy at home
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3: Conserving Water

  • Part 1: What is water conservation?
  • Part 2: How we use water
  • Part 3: Best ways to practice water conservation in your home
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4: Reduce, Reuse, Recycle

  • Part 1: What is meant by reduce, reuse and recycle?
  • Part 2: How to reduce
  • Part 3: Reusing home products
  • Part 4: What is upcycling?
  • Part 5: Benefits of recycling
  • Part 6: What not to recycle
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5: Sustainable Living in the Garden

  • Part 1: Starting an organic garden
  • Part 2: Grass-cycling
  • Part 3: Edible weeds
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6: Sustainable Living in the House

  • Part 2: Homemade cleaning products
  • Part 1: A green home makeover
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7: Daily Living – Bathroom & Bedroom

  • Part 1: For the face and body
  • Part 2: For the Hair
  • Part 3: For baby
  • Part 4: Toothpaste and teeth whiteners
  • Part 5: Wellness
  • Module 7 Assessment

Course 4 - Certificate In Diet and Nutritional Advisor Online Course

Module 1. Basic Anatomy and Physiology

  • Part 1: Circulatory System
  • Part 2: Digestive System
  • Part 3: Kidney functions 
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2. Macronutrients: Carbohydrates, Proteins and Fats

  • Part 1: Carbohydrates
  • Part 2: Fats 
  • Part 3: Protein 
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3. Human Nutrition and Importance of Vitamins and Antioxidants

  • Part 1:Vitamins and Antioxidants
  • Part 2: Folate (Folic acid, Vitamin B9) 
  • Part 3: Super Foods 
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4. Minerals and Water

  • Part 1: Minerals
  • Part 2: Trace minerals
  • Part 3: Absorption of Vitamins and Minerals
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5. Concepts of Healthy Eating and Weight Management

  • Part 1: Weight Gain 
  • Part 2: Childhood Obesity and How to Stop It 
  • Part 3: Calories and Weight Loss
  • Part 4: List of Everyday Foods and Calories 
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6. Food and Disease

  • Part 1: Food and Disease
  • Part 2: Food and Disease
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7. Diet Planning for Health Promotion and Disease Prevention

  • Part 2: Choosing the right carbs and fats 
  • Part 1: Healthy Eating Diet
  • Part 3: Weight Loss Diet 
  • Part 4: Pregnancy Diet
  • Part 5: Yeast Infections and Diets for Yeast Treatment 
  • Part 6: Heart-healthy Diet 
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8. Vegetarian Diets

  • Part 1: Health Benefits of Vegetarian and Vegan Diets
  • Part 2: Professional influences and ethical considerations 
  • Module 8 Assessment

Module 9: Dangers of Slimming Diets and Food Addiction

  • Part 1: Dangers of Slimming Diets
  • Part 2: How to Stop Cravings and Overcome Addiction
  • Part 3: Breaking the Craving Cycle 
  • Module 9 Assessment

Module 10. Food Allergies and Intolerances

  • Part 1: Allergies
  • Part 2: Food Allergy v Food Intolerance 
  • Part 3: Fish and Shellfish Allergy 
  • Module 10 Assessment

Module 11. Metabolism and Exercise

  • Part 1: Metabolism and Exercise
  • Part 2: Natural Metabolism Boosters
  • Module 11 Assessment

Module 12. Dietary Reference Values

  • Part 1: Dietary Reference Values 
  • Part 2: Labels 
  • Module 12 Assessment

Module 13. Supplements

  • Part 1: Weight Loss Supplements
  • Part 2: Supplements
  • Module 13 Assessment

Module 14. Tips for Nutrition Consultations

  • Part 1: Tips for Nutrition Consultations
  • Part 2: Follow-up Visit(s)

Course 5 - Certificate In Pain Management Practitioner Online Course

Module 1 - The Mind-Body Connection

  • Part 1: The Mind-Body Connection
  • Part 2: How does Pain Think?
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2 - Types of Pain

  • Part 1: Physical and Emotional Pain
  • Part 2: Chronic Pain Versus Acute Pain
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3 - The Internal Dialogue of Pain

  • Part 1: What’s Your Story?
  • Part 2: The Power of Affirmations
  • Part 3: Switching Your Mindset from Victim to Life Changer
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4 - Hypnosis & Pain Management

  • Part 1: How Does Hypnosis Work?
  • Part 2: Myths and Misconceptions
  • Part 3: Self-Hypnosis
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5 - Guided Imagery and Meditation for Pain

  • Part 1: Meditation & Guided Imagery in General
  • Part 2: Meditation for Pain Management
  • Part 3: Chad Technique for Pain
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6 - Mindfulness for Pain

  • Part 1: Benefits of Mindfulness
  • Part 2: Popular Mindfulness Techniques
  • Part 3: The Relaxation Response Exercise
  • Part 4: Mindfulness to Manage Stress
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7 - Parts Therapy for Pain

  • Part 1: What is Parts Therapy?
  • Part 2: Parts Therapy Dialogue
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8 - Regression Therapy and Pain

  • Part 1: Regression Therapy
  • Part 2: Past Life Regression Therapy
  • Module 8 Assessment

Module 9 - NLP for Pain

  • Part 1: What is NLP?
  • Part 2: NLP Techniques
  • Part 3: Using NLP to Manage Chronic Pain
  • Module 9 Assessment

Module 10 - Laughter as Medicine

  • Part 1: Using Laughter as Medicine
  • Part 2: The Six Pillars
  • Part 3: Laughter Yoga and Pertinent Research
  • Module 10 Assessment

Course 6 - Certificate In Home Education Online Course

Module 1: Home Education

  • Part 1: Home Education
  • Part 2: De-registering from school
  • Part 3: LEA
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2: Benefits & Negatives of Home Education

  • Part 1: Benefits of Home Education
  • Part 2: More & Better Family Time
  • Part 3: Cost Savings and More
  • Part 4: Negatives of Home Education
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3: The Spectrum of Home Education

  • Part 1: Home Education Spectrum
  • Part 2: Flexible Education Case Studies
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4: Learning Styles

  • Part 1: Learning Styles
  • Part 2: Aural (auditory/musical) learning
  • Part 3: Logical / Mathematics
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5: Materials & Resources

  • Part 1: Materials & Resources
  • Part 2: Resources
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6: Preparing Lessons

  • Part 1: Preparing for Home Educating
  • Part 2: Lessons
  • Part 3: English
  • Part 4: Science and History
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7: Mastery, Testing, Grades & University

  • Part 1: Mastery
  • Part 2: Grades & University
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8: Myths & Questions about Home Education

  • Part 1: Myths
  • Part 2: Questions about Home Education
  • Module 8 Assessment

Module 9: Tips, Suggestions & Advice

  • Part 1: Tips and suggestions
  • Part 2: Advice
  • Part 3: Tips
  • Module 9 Assessment

Module 10: Considering Home Education

  • Considering Home Education
  • Module 10 Assessment

Course 7 - Certificate In Speech Therapy Online Course

Module 1 – The Field of Speech Therapy

  • Part 1: The Role of a Speech Therapist
  • Part 2: Overview on Treatment Approaches
  • Part 3: Speech-Language Pathology Terms
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2 – Speech Anatomy

  • Part 1: Three Divisions of Speech
  • Part 2: Respiratory System
  • Part 3: The Laryngeal System
  • Part 4: The Articulatory System
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3 – Language Development

  • Part 1: The Stages of Language Learning
  • Part 2: Bilingual Children Learning Language
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4 – Clinical Phonetics

  • Part 1: The Field of Phonetics
  • Part 2: Acoustic Phonetics
  • Part 3: Auditory Phonetics
  • Part 4: A Detailed Look at Speech Perception
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5 – Language Structure

  • Part 1: Morphology: The Formation of Words
  • Part 2: Syntax: The Rules of Sentence Structure
  • Part 3: Semantics Language Skills
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6 – Hearing Science and Acoustics

  • Part 1: The Auditory System
  • Part 2: The Physiology of Hearing
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7 – Speech and Language Disorders

  • Part 1: Disabilities and Speech Disorders
  • Part 2: Hearing Loss and Speech Impairment
  • Part 3: Neurological Disorders
  • Part 4: Drug Abuse
  • Part 5: Physical Impairments: Cleft or Lip Palate
  • Part 6: Vocal Abuse or Misuse
  • Part 7: Autism and Apraxia
  • Part 8: The Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS)
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8 – Paediatric Audiology

  • Part 1: Hearing Tests and Screening for Young Children
  • Part 2: Current Screening Protocols in the UK
  • Part 3: Subjective Hearing Tests
  • Module 8 Assessment

Module 9 – Career Advice

  • Part 1: Working as a Speech Therapist
  • Part 2: Speech Therapy or Audiology?
  • Module 9 Assessment

Course 8 - Certificate In Symbology Online Course

Module 1: How to Spot Symbols and Types of Codes

  • Part 1: Symbol and Signs
  • Part 2: Landscapes
  • Part 3: Spotting Codes
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2: Cultural History of Symbols

  • Part 1: Cave Paintings
  • Part 2: Body Language
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3: Basic Symbol Shapes and Their Meaning

  • Part 1: Planes of Existence
  • Part 2: Dot, Line & Circle
  • Part 3: Ovals, Arcs & Spirals
  • Part 4: Types of shapes
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4: Imagery in Symbols and How Sound and Music Connect

  • Part 1: Advanced Shape Symbols
  • Part 2: Items as Symbols
  • Part 3: The Elements
  • Part 4: Religious and Belief Symbols
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5: Animal and Nature Symbology

  • Part 1: Animal Symbols
  • Part 2: Reptiles, Insects & Arachnids
  • Part 3: Birds, Mammal Symbols & Mythical Creatures
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6: Ancient World Signs, Symbols and their Meanings

  • Part 1: Ancient World Symbology
  • Part 2: Celtic Symbols
  • Part 3: Tree Symbology
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7: 20th Century Signs and Symbols

  • Part 1: War Symbols & Flags of the World
  • Part 2: Tourism Symbols, Sigils & Led Zeppelin
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8: Modern Symbols and Animal Power Symbols

  • Part 1: Bank Notes & Power Symbols of a Country
  • Part 2: Currency Symbols & Computer Symbols
  • Module 8 Assessment

Module 9: Your Symbology Practice and Work Opportunities

  • Part 1: Setting up a Symbology Practice
  • Part 2: Your Workspace
  • Module 9 Assessment

Module 10: Stylised Colour Use and Year Symbols

  • Part 1: Symbol Shapes Matter
  • Part 2: Symbols of Celebrations in the Year
  • Module 10 Assessment

Module 11: The Symbology of Flowers

  • Part 1: Flowers as Symbols
  • Part 2: Flowers
  • Module 11 Assessment

Module 12: Growing Your Symbology Practice with Design

  • Part 1: Growing Your Symbology Practice
  • Part 2: What to Offer your Clients
  • Module 12 Assessment

Module 13: Client Work, Activities for Symbol Sessions

  • Part 1: Symbol Activities
  • Part 2: Couples Symbols Work
  • Module 13 Assessment

Module 14: Your Symbology Business, Dream Symbols

  • Part 1: Designing Symbols for a Living
  • Part 2: Dream Symbols
  • Module 14 Assessment

Module 15: Example Symbology Client Sessions

  • Part 1: Client Sessions
  • Part 2: Session 3: Group work – Embracing Symbols
  • Module 15 Assessment

Module 16: Recap of What You Need to Know

  • Part 1: A Day in the Life of a Symbology Practitioner
  • Part 2: Where Symbols are Used
  • Module 16 Assessment

Course 9 - Certificate In Health and Social Care Online Course

Module 1- Introduction to Health and Social Care

  • Part 1: Introduction to Health and Social Care
  • Part 2: Duty of Care
  • Part 3: Building effective and appropriate working relationships
  • Part 4: Key Legislation and Regulatory bodies
  • Part 5: Health and Safety
  • Part 6: Summary
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2- Equality & Diversity

  • Part 1: Equality & Diversity
  • Part 2: Can you reflect on a time when you stereotyped or pre-judged someone?
  • Part 3: Summary
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3- Communication

  • Part 1: Communication
  • Part 2: Communication in Health and Social Care
  • Part 3: Barriers to Effective Communication
  • Part 4: Summary
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4- Multi-agency working, Information Sharing and Confidentiality

  • Part 1: Multi-agency working, Information Sharing & Confidentiality
  • Part 2: Confidentiality
  • Part 3: Summary& Practical Tips
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5- Reflective Practice and Personal/Professional Development

  • Part 1: Reflective Practice
  • Part 2: Personal Development Plan
  • Part 3: Kolb’s Experiential Learning Theory (1984)
  • Part 4: Summary
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6– Human Growth and Development

  • Part 1: Child Development
  • Part 2: Wider Influences
  • Part 3: Summary
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7- Safeguarding Children. Abuse and Neglect

  • Part 1: Safeguarding
  • Part 2: Types of abuse and neglect
  • Part 3: If you suspect Abuse: Responding, Recording and Reporting
  • Part 4: Safeguarding Adults
  • Part 5: Summary
  • Module 7 Assessment

Course 10 - Certificate In First Aid Online Course

Module 1: What is First Aid?

  • Part 1: 7 Step Reaction
  • Part 2: First Aid at Work
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2: First On Scene

  • Part 1: First on Scene
  • Part 2: The First Aid Environment
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3: Initial Patient Contact

  • Part 1: Initial Patient Contact
  • Part 2: CPR Equipment
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4: Choking and Anaphylaxis

  • Part 1: Choking
  • Part 2: Anaphylaxis
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5: Heat and Cold

  • Part 1: Heat
  • Part 2: Hypothermia
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6: Burns and Scalds

  • Part 1:Burns and Scalds
  • Part 2: When To Go To Hospital
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7: Bleeding and Shock

  • Part 1: Bleeding
  • Part 2: Shock
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8: Bone and Tissue Injuries

  • Part 1: Bone and Tissue Injuries
  • Part 2: First Aid
  • Module 8 Assessment

Module 9: First Aid Certificate

  • Part 1: First Aid and the Law
  • Part 2: Medical Emergencies
  • Module 9 Assessment

Entry requirements

Students must have basic literacy and numeracy skills.

Minimum education

Open entry. Previous schooling and academic achievements are not required for entry into this course.

Computer requirements

Students will need access to a computer and the internet. 

Minimum specifications for the computer are:

Windows:

  • Microsoft Windows XP, or later
  • Modern and up to date Browser (Internet Explorer 8 or later, Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

MAC/iOS

  • OSX/iOS 6 or later
  • Modern and up to date Browser (Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

All systems

  • Internet bandwidth of 1Mb or faster
  • Flash player or a browser with HTML5 video capabilities(Currently Internet Explorer 9, Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

Students will also need access the following applications:

Adobe Acrobat Reader

About this Course

Get Genealogy, Couples and Family Therapy, Sustainable Living, Diet and Nutritional Advisor, Pain Management Practitioner, Home Education, Speech Therapy, Symbology, Health & Social Care and First Aid in this Bundle

1. Genealogy: Learn About Where You And Your Family Came From

Learning about where you and your family came from can be an incredible journey of discovery. Finding out about your ancestry and lineage tells you more about yourself than you may have first realised. Though knowing how to trace your family tree can be difficult and then once you find more and more information it can be hard to know what is important and what is not.

The Genealogy Course is your guide on the journey; teaching you where and how to find relevant information in your search and what to do with it to keep you organised and help you find out even more.

Your Surname
Surnames are important to each and every one of us before we start researching family trees. Understanding the background to surnames will establish a good overview of genealogy.

Recording your Sources
Recording your research is vital because while it might not seem important when you first start researching your family, the larger your family tree grows the less likely you are to remember where all your information came from.

Researching your Family Tree
When you are interested in finding out more about your family tree, starting with the basics will get you ready to learn more and extend your family tree much further than you might have thought possible.

There are some charts supplied with this course, which you can use to record your family tree information. There are pedigree charts for recording either five or seven generations, a family group sheet and a source checklist.

Computers and Genealogy
The ease of access to vast amounts of genealogy records and historical information is possible because of the use of computers, laptops, tablets, storage devices, the internet, emails, social media and software.

Births, Marriages, Deaths
Birth, Christening, Marriage, Death and Burial records are very important to genealogists because everyone who ever lived was born, many of them got married and most of the people who ever lived have already died.

Census Records
Most countries conduct a regular census, generally about once every ten years and the older censuses which have been released for public consumption can tell you a lot about your ancestors.

Other Records
The process of accumulating family information continues until eventually the trail dries up or it might take you to various little-known sources of documentation, perhaps relating to small religious orders or now outdated trades and professions.

Royals and Nobles
Your search might even take you on a journey where you find your ancestors recorded in the Doomsday Book, which commenced records in 1086 or back even further to Charlemagne and obscure medieval records.

Connecting the Sources
By the time you are this far into the course we have discussed a lot of different records that are useful in genealogy and in this section we explore ways that you can paint a clearer picture by using them all together.

Presenting your Family Tree
In this section your creativity will be used to present your family tree to others, whether that is only your immediate family or you would like to share the information you have found with even more people.

From Family Tree to Genealogy
Be warned! By the time you complete this course you will have caught the genealogy bug and you may never be able to stop.

Who Would Benefit from This Course?

Who we are and where we’ve come from are such broad questions that, while they may be answered by a certain amount introspection, just as much can be answered outwardly by learning about our ancestry and the stories of those who came before us. This course is for anyone who is interested in learning more about their family and themselves or those have watched programmes, such as ‘Who Do You Think You Are?’ and ‘Long Lost Family’ and wanted to find more out about their own family history. Who knows what you will discover…

2. Couples and Family Therapy: Understanding Life Through Couples And Family Therapy

This course takes you through the various life stages of humans as individuals, couples and families along with detailing exactly how therapy works and the vast variation of skills and types of couples and family therapy, in a progressive manner.

The course is designed to aid the understanding of relationships and family associated problems. Beginning with discussions from the outset on overall needs for therapy, the syllabus maps the ongoing changes in relationships, such as sociological and environmental factors, as well as how relationships have changed throughout the generations.

Thought patterns and communication techniques are examined in detail as well as how these factors can damage or harm a relationship should they go wrong. It doesn’t stop at just the relationship between couples themselves, the course delves deeper into the effects of these occurrences on the entire family.

The information covered during this course is widely used by couple and family therapists and should give you a much greater understanding of the relationships within your own life along with being able to advise others in a holistic manner.

People and relationships are often not straightforward. The more we understand about ourselves the better placed we will be to become able to change in our relationships and lives as a whole and make a positive change for the better.

In the final part of this course, you will learn about the therapy techniques involved in resolving these issues and the options available to the therapist when working with families or couples.

Should you wish to continue your studies into this subject after completing the course, the final module will suggest informative guidance opportunities for further professional development as well as enhancing methods of relationship focussed psychotherapy.

If you are looking to move into clinical practice after learning the basics during this course, then the role of the family psychotherapist is regulated and requires a university gained qualification. There are many degree courses available to explore on completion of this course.

Who would benefit from this course?

This course has been developed as an aid to understanding Family Therapy. It is a great introduction if you are considering further education in this field, a good professional development course if you are already a holistic therapist or more of a personal interest course if you are looking to develop your understanding and communication within your own relationships.

3. Sustainable Living: Discover Unsustainable Ways In Which We Use Our Natural Resources

The course describes what is meant by ‘energy conservation’, and discusses related solutions, such as energy efficiency, and why it is important to practice this. You will also be provided with many ways that you can easily conserve energy in the home.

Although the world is made up mostly of water, only 3% of it is freshwater, and of that, 2% is trapped in ice caps and glaciers. We are reliant on less than 1% of the Earth’s water for all our needs. With this in mind, the Sustainable Living Course looks at how we use water and provides various ideas on how we can conserve it. It also offers practical and easy to apply practices that you can use in your home, to aid conservation and reduce your bills.

The Sustainable Living Certificate Course teaches the 3 ‘Rs’ – Reduce, Reuse, Recycle. You will learn, and be staggered by, just how much rubbish is amassed each year and what can be done to about this. By reducing the amount we consume, reusing items for new purposes, and recycling, we can make a difference to the environment and our expenses.

A course on sustainable living would inevitably talk about growing your own fruit and vegetables, but there is more to doing this in a sustainable way than merely producing organic foods. You’ll discover how to start your own organic garden that also encompasses water and energy conservation as well as waste reduction and recycling.

As well as all the advice on sustainable living included in the course and the reasons to make a change, an easy to use checklist is included, so that you can quickly and easily action change within your home. You will also discover ideas that will help you to create your own solutions and the course offers advice on the products that you can use to clean your home without causing excess damage to the environment.

For those who wish to go that extra step further, the Sustainable Living Certificate Course introduces you to developing your own skin and wellness products. You can even grow most of the ingredients for these in your garden and buy the rest in bulk. You’ll find recipes for shampoo, toothpaste, a headache reliever, even nappy cream, and much more, included.

Let us be your guide in saving the environment, saving you money, and living a sustainable lifestyle.

Who would benefit from the course?

Whether you’re interested in protecting the environment and reducing your consumption of the world’s resources or you’d just like to discover some easy and straightforward ways to reduce your shopping and utility bills, this course has something for you.

Learn just how much of an impact the average person’s life has on the environment and how much of a difference our individual efforts can have on global issues.

4. Diet and Nutritional Advisor: Become A Nutritionist From The Comfort Of Your Own Home

Train to become a Nutritionist from the comfort of your own home with this comprehensive fully certified Diet and Nutritional Advisor course.

In this comprehensive course, you will learn all about the importance of the right nutrition for creating health and wellness in the body. Over 14 powerful modules you will cover the main systems of the human body, how what we consume (in diet and supplements) combined with our activity level (exercise) and pathology (dietary disorders) determines our overall health and wellbeing.

The course teaches how nutrition is utilised to provide energy and build our bodies. You will learn about the various vitamins and minerals that humans need and how they all work, while also exploring the impact of water and other vital nutrients. You will learn all about metabolism, vegetarianism, fat storage and much more. All of this works towards a final discussion on how to consult with future clients to help them understand the role that nutrition and activity levels play in their health, wellness and longevity. In short, you will learn how important a nutritionist can be in helping people to lead long, healthy lives.

Who would benefit from the course?

This comprehensive course will teach you everything that you need to know about Digital Photography and taking a good selfie! The course is aimed at beginners and takes you right through to Certificate level. Upon completion of the course assessment you will receive your Digital Photography Certificate Certificate.

5. Pain Management Practitioner: Learn The Different Methods of Managing Pain

This course provides a comprehensive understanding of the mind-body connection. You will discover how big a part the mind plays in your feelings of pain and how, with the right knowledge, you can use it to combat them.

Physical and emotional, chronic and acute, tissue, nerve and psychogenic, there are many different types of pain. You will learn about each type and the effects they have on those afflicted.

This course will teach you how to be reflective and take control of the elements of your life that cause you pain. You will discover the power of using positive affirmations and visualisations to strengthen your will and determination, to release pain and combat the negative energies that may have gripped your current mindset.

You will learn how to use a variety of holistic practices to combat pain, the first of which is hypnotherapy. You will discover how it works and be guided through several self-hypnosis scripts that you can use to ease various types of pain.

One of the simplest methods of relieving pain is meditation. When you meditate your brain releases endorphins, which are your natural pain relievers, and make you feel happier. The course explains the benefits of meditation, answers common questions, and guides you through meditations that are useful in relieving pain.

Mindfulness is a powerful tool in combating stress and anxiety and in enhancing wellbeing. It also enables you to pay close attention to your pain, without judgement and understand your thoughts and mindset. You will be guided in the techniques used in the practice.

You may not know it, but you could be subconsciously sabotaging your efforts to be free from pain. The Pain Management Practitioner Course explains Part Therapy and Secondary Gain, and how to uncover your negative subconscious thoughts and bring them to the forefront of your mind to be addressed.

Some types of pain can seem unexplainable as they are the result of an event in your past, or even after a past life, which has been suppressed. The course explains Regression Therapy and how you can use it to help relieve this type of pain by enabling you to explore and resolve past issues through self-hypnosis.

NLP (Neuro-Linguistic Programming) helps people to understand and recode the way their brain responds to stimuli and programme themselves to manifest better and new behaviours. The course explains how you can use the techniques of NLP to dial down pain, make it fade away, or even make the pain softer and less intense.

It’s hard to be in a bad mood when you are laughing. The Pain Management Practitioner Course looks at research that shows how laughing can aid pain management and how you can use it as a tool to improve your well-being.

Who would benefit from the course?

The Pain Management Practitioner Certificate Course can be studied by anyone, as pain is something that affects us all. A wide range of techniques is covered and explained in full, so that whatever you need relief from, you will find an answer here.

The course can also be used by anyone who counsels those in physical or emotional pain – providing more tools to those in your care.

6. Home Education: Learn The Pros And Cons Of Home-Schooling

The Home Education Course helps students to understand how to go about educating their children themselves. The comprehensive materials will answer most, if not all, of your questions about the topic, including the pros and cons of home-schooling.

With 5 million children worldwide being home educated, more parents are exercising their right to educate their children themselves.

Students will learn how to begin home schooling your child, as well as letting you know what is required of you to do so and informing you of any educational bodies who you may, or may not, need to inform of your decision.

The Home Education Course outlines the positives, as well as the negatives, so that parents can make an informed decision on whether this is the best fit for them and their children.

‘Home Education’ does not mean one single way of teaching a child, but is rather a spectrum term that includes many different methods and theories to provide an education that fits their child. As a home educator, you can adapt your teaching to the way your child learns, so that they gain the most from the learning experience. The Home Education Course covers the various ways of learning, going through each of the following: Visual / Spatial, Verbal / Linguistic, Aural (Auditory/Musical), Physical / Kinaesthetic, Solitary (Intrapersonal), Social (Interpersonal), Logical / Mathematics, and Naturalist learning.

You will need materials and resources with which to teach. Fortunately, you can pick and choose from all the materials available in the world. The course teaches parents about some of the more common types of materials and suggests other ways that lessons can be taught, to give a more involved learning experience.

Although the need to plan each lesson is not as great as in traditional education (as you will not be teaching 20-30 children), some lessons achieve their intention more succinctly by being planned. The course talks about which lessons lend themselves well to being planned and provides several lesson plans covering different subjects, for parents to use and adapt to fit their children’s needs.

You may still have a number of questions on the subject of home education. We list some of the most common questions and answers them in-depth; dispelling the myths and incorrect beliefs surrounding the topic.

As the person who will be responsible for your children’s education, you need to be sure that it is the right choice, not only for your child/children and your family but also for you. The final module of the course talks parents through additional research, considerations, and questions you should ask yourself before making the decision to home educate.

The course ends with a conclusion and, although it is not a necessity for home educated children, a National Curriculum is also included, should some wish to use it as a way of determining when certain skills should be taught or learned.

Who would benefit from the course?

The Home Education Certificate Course is an excellent resource for parents who have been considering home schooling their child/children, as this course will answer their questions and provide a useful guide on how to get started. It is also ideal for parents who are already educating their children from home and want to improve or consolidate their existing teaching skills and experience.

7. Speech Therapy: Learn Practices That Assists People With Speech And Language Disorders

Speech Therapy is a practice that assists people with speech and language disorders or who have trouble swallowing. This course takes you through the role of a speech therapist, the anatomical structures and physiological functions of speech and hearing, phonetics, language development and speech disorders, the structure of language, and career paths in this field.

The Speech Therapy Course introduces the subject by outlining the basics. It provides an overview of speech disorders and the therapeutic practices used to treat them. You’ll learn about the role of a speech therapist and the conditions and areas of communication that they focus on. You will be provided with in-depth listing of pathological terms that are used amongst speech and language professionals.

To understand speech you need a good level of knowledge about the anatomical structures and physiological functions of the speech organs. This course will talk you through these and the respiratory, laryngeal, and articulatory systems, which all have a bearing on speech.

Similarly, you will learn about audiology. The course talks you through the structures and functions belonging to the auditory system and explains the physiology of hearing. There are numerous tests and screening protocols in the UK used to screen and assess children with suspected hearing disorders. You will learn about these and the signs that could indicate hearing loss, which would require an audiology assessment referral.

How we develop speech and the different stages we go through to learn and process language is a fascinating topic. You will discover the various stages that exist within linguistic advancement in monolingual and bilingual children.

Equally as interesting is Phonetics (the study of human speech sounds). The Speech Therapy Course breaks the topic down into its three branches and explains each fully:

  • Articulatory Phonetics: The study of the way in which speech sounds are produced
  • Acoustic Phonetics: Analyses the physical properties of speech
  • Auditory Phonetics: Illustrates the ways in which sound is perceived

Speech Perception, which deals with one’s comprehension of what is being said, is also covered.

The course considers the structure of language, described through morphology, syntax and semantics. In addition to looking at each of these areas you’ll see how children apply the rules that determine speech and language, the common errors they may make and the errors that are symptomatic of speech and communication disorders.

The Speech Therapy Course provides a deep exploration into various conditions that can affect the development of speech and language and how this manifests itself in each case. The conditions covered include neurological disorders, brain injury, drug abuse, intellectual disabilities, vocal abuse, autism and apraxia, plus physical impairments. The course also explains how the Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS) uses pictorials as a form of treatment of autistic children experiencing speech impairment issues.

For those considering a career as a speech therapist, the course provides information on, and examples of, the various positions and working environments that speech and language therapists may practice in. In each example, duties and responsibilities that occur within these departments are described.

Who would benefit from the course?

The Speech Therapy Course offers valuable insight into the practice of speech therapy, providing those who wish to work within the field with a starting point to their career. It provides a greater understanding of what is involved and the further education options available.

The course is a comprehensive resource to parents whose children are working with a speech therapist, and also educators and carers who wish to be able to recognise and understand speech and hearing disorders.

8. Symbology: Learn How To Decipher The Meaning Of Modern And Ancient Symbols

Learn how to decipher the meaning of modern and ancient symbols, the mechanics of good symbol design, and how to go about setting up your own symbology practice, including guidance on the client sessions you can provide and how to grow your practice.

By taking the Symbology Certificate Course you’ll learn to become more perceptive of the symbols and codes that are all around us in our day-to-day lives, including how symbology can be found in body language, and how to uncover the messages behind them. This knowledge and wisdom is passed on through exploring how and why symbols have been used throughout history, the hidden meanings behind numbers and codes, and the meanings of common shapes that make up symbols and how differing combinations affect meaning.

The course examines the meaning of animal symbols and why animals are chosen to represent countries. The meaning of various flowers and how different colour combinations symbolise different things is also explained, along with why countries choose to be represented by certain flowers.

You’ll learn how current symbols are used and become widely-recognised, and the ways in which ancient symbols are incorporated into modern life, in buildings and bank notes. You’ll also see how symbols have a lifespan, with some that are used for a very short duration, while others reappear, sometimes with a different meaning.

The shapes, styles, and colours of symbols have great meaning that can change depending on your location, beliefs, and culture. The effects of these are discussed in the course, along with the symbols associated with various celebrations, events, and festivals across the globe.

Along with imbuing you with a greater knowledge of the subject, the course also explains how you can use this information to create your own symbology practice and the types of consultations and session work you can provide to clients. The course also runs through the practical aspects of building a business, such as the legal and insurance considerations, and what you need to set up your work and consultation space.

To give a greater understanding of the work of a Symbology Practitioner and what a good consultation looks like, you will be guided, step-by-step, through a real symbology session and an average day of someone working within the role.

You’ll explore methods of providing your services, the type of work opportunities available to a modern-day symbologist, how to grow your symbology practice, and how to gain and retain clients.

Who will benefit from the course?

The Symbology Certificate Course will be of interest to anyone who would like to understand the symbols that we find all around us, and would like to be able to uncover their meanings. Those who are fascinated by cryptology and graphic designers/illustrators looking for inspiration for their work, especially in logo design, will also benefit from taking this course.

Following the successful completion of this course, you will be able to go on to become a Symbologist/Symbology Practitioner and the course itself guides you through the process of setting up your own business and the types of work that you can offer to your clients.

9. Health and Social Care: Pursue A Career In This People-Centric Industry

The Health and Social Care Course has been created to provide you with a broad education that will enable you to move into employment or further education within the Health and Social Care Sector.

This course aims to introduce you to this important establishment; providing all the information you’ll need to understand if you wish to pursue a career in this people-centric industry.

The health and social care system offers a wide range of services across all sectors, including public, private, and voluntary. The services provided can be found in hospitals, children’s services, care homes, medical and dental services, emergency services and much more, and local authorities, care providers, health services, housing providers and the criminal justice system all contribute to the effectiveness of these services. The common focus, however, is always the individual; ensuring appropriate services are provided to the children and adults who need the care and support of the health and social care system.

You will be introduced to the key issues, terms, and legislation that you will be exposed to in health and social care and the wide range of roles that make up this sector. You will learn about concepts that are key to the industry, such as equality and diversity, and how your own views and life experiences can affect the way you practice.

The ability to communicate effectively is important in everyday life, as well as in most careers, but in health & social care, it is of paramount importance, as the impacts of poor communication can affect lives in severe ways. You will learn the communication barriers that are often faced in this career and how they can be overcome.

To ensure service users get the most effective and appropriate services applicable to their needs, it is important for you to understand the roles, responsibilities, aims and priorities of the other agencies that you will need to work with. This topic is discussed at length, along with how to treat the service users’ confidential information that is shared between agencies.

Although this is an industry that focuses on the wellbeing of others, it is also important to spend time on your own development. Through the Health and Social Care Course, you will explore reflective practice and continuing professional development and how working on these areas improves your capacity to fill your role.

Many of the roles within Health and Social Care, such as health visitors, nurses, child minders, social workers, and family support workers, work with children and families. It is therefore important for those in these roles to have a basic understanding of human growth and development so that they can identify when a child is not meeting specific milestones, which can be indicative of health and development problems. The Health and Social Care Course guides you through the key ages and how a child, between the ages 0-18 years should develop, and then goes on to discuss other important topics about child development.

Safeguarding is an important area for all those working in the health and social care system to understand, as you will often work with children and vulnerable adults. From the course, you will gain a sound basic knowledge on the issues of abuse and neglect, this includes: understanding the types and keys signs of abuse, what actions are expected of you in your role, and what the process is for reporting suspected abuse.

The course also includes a Glossary, should you need to refer to any terms that you do not understand.

Who Would Benefit from the Course?

This course is ideal for those who think they may enjoy a career in the Health & Social Care system but would like to understand the basics of what it is to work in this industry. Completing this course will also arm you with knowledge that will help you to gain employment or go onto further studies in this area.

10. First Aid: Learn Practical Capabilities For Medical Emergencies

First aid training will equip you with the awareness and practical capabilities of how to react if the worst happens. It’s the knowledge of how to help someone that collapses, cuts themselves, gets hurt in an emergency situation or finds themselves in a medical emergency.

The first module of the course introduces the topic and gives helpful information on how to approach an accident, injured person, or someone in need of help. This module also covers the commitment that places of work have, to have employees trained in first aid.

Touched upon in the proceeding module, module 2 discusses the role of the person who is first on scene/ the first responder, it also discusses environmental considerations and guides students through some situations that they may find themselves in. Also outlined here is what you should have in a basic first aid kit and what a natural or holistic first aid kit should include.

Moving directly on from module 2, module 3 shows you how to assess a patient and talks through how to perform CPR on adults, children, and infants. Also taught is: how to correctly monitor a pulse, how to get someone into the recovery position and why you would do this, and when a Public Access Defibrillator (PAD) should be used.

Each of the modules 4, 5, 6, 7, and 8 of the First Aid Course go into specific areas of first aid, discussing when and how treatment should be given and in which situation you would not use certain techniques to treat a patient. These are the practical modules that give you step-by-step instruction on how to assess a patient and give relevant care to patients suffering from: choking and anaphylaxis, heat and cold conditions, burns and scalds, bleeding and shock, or bone and tissue injuries.

Module 9 summarises what has been learnt in the previous modules, whilst also teaching what to do in a medical emergency and discussing first aid in the context of the law.

Who would benefit from the course?

Everyone in the world would benefit from studying the First Aid Certificate Course. The information within is literally a matter of life and death and though we may not always need to use the knowledge, and hopefully we won’t, it’s a great education to have. The First Aid Certificate Course is suitable for just about everyone. We all hope that we would never have need for first aid knowledge but at some point in life we generally do, whether it tending to a small graze or cut and knowing how to properly clean and bandage the wound, to recognising the symptoms of a heart attack, how to aid the sufferer, and potentially saving a life. These are skills everyone should have.

More specifically the course would benefit those who are around other people as part of their profession, for example, care and social workers.

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Ultimate Genealogy Bundle, 10 Courses includes the following courses, below is a summary of each course: 

Course 1 - Certificate In Genealogy Online Course

Module 1 - Your Surname

  • Part 1: Getting to Know Surnames
  • Part 2: Surname variants
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2 - Recording your Sources

  • Part 1: Recording your Sources
  • Part 2: Sharing, Privacy and Copyright
  • Part 3: Module 2 Case Study
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3 - Researching your Family Tree

  • Part 1: Types of Genealogy Research
  • Part 2: Getting Started
  • Part 3: Putting it all together
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4 - Computers and Genealogy

  • Part 1: Computers for Genealogy
  • Part 2: Online Research
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5 - Births, Marriages, Deaths

  • Part 1: Birth and Baptism Records
  • Part 2: Marriage Records
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6 - Census Records

  • Part 1: Census Records
  • Part 2: Census Dates
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7 - Other Records

  • Part 1: Other Sources
  • Part 2: Professional Directories
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8 - Royals and Nobles

  • Part 1: Pedigree Collapse
  • Part 2: Noble Genealogies
  • Module 8 Assessment

Module 9 - Connecting the Sources

  • Part 1: Connecting the Sources
  • Part 2: Climbing Back Down the Tree
  • Module 9 Assessment

Module 10 - Presenting your Family Tree

  • Part 1: Presenting Your Family Tree
  • Part 2: Genealogy Websites
  • Part 3: Bringing It All Together
  • Module 10 Assessment

Module 11 - From Family Tree to Genealogy

  • Part 1: A Genealogy Job
  • Part 2: Genealogy Volunteer
  • Module 11 Assessment

Course 2 - Certificate In Couples and Family Therapy Online Course

Module 1 Couples Therapy

  • Part 1: What Exactly is Couples and Family Therapy?
  • Part 2: Falling in Love
  • Part 3: Summary
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2 Relationship Life Cycle

  • Part 1: The Five Relationship Stages
  • Part 2: The Six Stages of Lifetime Bonds
  • Part 3: Erikson’s Stages of Personal Development
  • Part 4: Summary
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3 As Individuals

  • Part 1: Why the Past Matters
  • Part 2: Mind Matters
  • Part 3: Summary
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4 Communication and Conflict

  • Part 1: About Arguing
  • Part 2: EQ
  • Part 3: Love Languages
  • Part 4: Summary
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5 Family Lifecycle

  • Part 1: The Lifecycle of Family
  • Part 2: Mental Health Awareness
  • Part 3: Summary
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6 The Therapy Process

  • Part 1: The Six Therapy Stages
  • Part 2: Stage Two and Three
  • Part 3: Stage Four, Five and Six
  • Part 4: Essential Therapist Skills
  • Part 5: Therapy Techniques
  • Part 6: Summary
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7 Psychotherapy

  • Part 1: Ethical Considerations
  • Part 2: Structured Approaches
  • Part 3: Summary
  • Module 7 Assessment

Course 3 - Certificate In Sustainable Living Online Course

Module 1: An Overview of Sustainability

  • Part 1: Definition of ‘sustainable’
  • Part 2: The three pillars of sustainability
  • Part 3: Overall benefits of sustainable living
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2: Conserving Energy

  • Part 1: What is energy conservation?
  • Part 2: Why is it so important to save energy?
  • Part 3: Best ways to save energy at home
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3: Conserving Water

  • Part 1: What is water conservation?
  • Part 2: How we use water
  • Part 3: Best ways to practice water conservation in your home
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4: Reduce, Reuse, Recycle

  • Part 1: What is meant by reduce, reuse and recycle?
  • Part 2: How to reduce
  • Part 3: Reusing home products
  • Part 4: What is upcycling?
  • Part 5: Benefits of recycling
  • Part 6: What not to recycle
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5: Sustainable Living in the Garden

  • Part 1: Starting an organic garden
  • Part 2: Grass-cycling
  • Part 3: Edible weeds
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6: Sustainable Living in the House

  • Part 2: Homemade cleaning products
  • Part 1: A green home makeover
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7: Daily Living – Bathroom & Bedroom

  • Part 1: For the face and body
  • Part 2: For the Hair
  • Part 3: For baby
  • Part 4: Toothpaste and teeth whiteners
  • Part 5: Wellness
  • Module 7 Assessment

Course 4 - Certificate In Diet and Nutritional Advisor Online Course

Module 1. Basic Anatomy and Physiology

  • Part 1: Circulatory System
  • Part 2: Digestive System
  • Part 3: Kidney functions 
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2. Macronutrients: Carbohydrates, Proteins and Fats

  • Part 1: Carbohydrates
  • Part 2: Fats 
  • Part 3: Protein 
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3. Human Nutrition and Importance of Vitamins and Antioxidants

  • Part 1:Vitamins and Antioxidants
  • Part 2: Folate (Folic acid, Vitamin B9) 
  • Part 3: Super Foods 
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4. Minerals and Water

  • Part 1: Minerals
  • Part 2: Trace minerals
  • Part 3: Absorption of Vitamins and Minerals
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5. Concepts of Healthy Eating and Weight Management

  • Part 1: Weight Gain 
  • Part 2: Childhood Obesity and How to Stop It 
  • Part 3: Calories and Weight Loss
  • Part 4: List of Everyday Foods and Calories 
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6. Food and Disease

  • Part 1: Food and Disease
  • Part 2: Food and Disease
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7. Diet Planning for Health Promotion and Disease Prevention

  • Part 2: Choosing the right carbs and fats 
  • Part 1: Healthy Eating Diet
  • Part 3: Weight Loss Diet 
  • Part 4: Pregnancy Diet
  • Part 5: Yeast Infections and Diets for Yeast Treatment 
  • Part 6: Heart-healthy Diet 
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8. Vegetarian Diets

  • Part 1: Health Benefits of Vegetarian and Vegan Diets
  • Part 2: Professional influences and ethical considerations 
  • Module 8 Assessment

Module 9: Dangers of Slimming Diets and Food Addiction

  • Part 1: Dangers of Slimming Diets
  • Part 2: How to Stop Cravings and Overcome Addiction
  • Part 3: Breaking the Craving Cycle 
  • Module 9 Assessment

Module 10. Food Allergies and Intolerances

  • Part 1: Allergies
  • Part 2: Food Allergy v Food Intolerance 
  • Part 3: Fish and Shellfish Allergy 
  • Module 10 Assessment

Module 11. Metabolism and Exercise

  • Part 1: Metabolism and Exercise
  • Part 2: Natural Metabolism Boosters
  • Module 11 Assessment

Module 12. Dietary Reference Values

  • Part 1: Dietary Reference Values 
  • Part 2: Labels 
  • Module 12 Assessment

Module 13. Supplements

  • Part 1: Weight Loss Supplements
  • Part 2: Supplements
  • Module 13 Assessment

Module 14. Tips for Nutrition Consultations

  • Part 1: Tips for Nutrition Consultations
  • Part 2: Follow-up Visit(s)

Course 5 - Certificate In Pain Management Practitioner Online Course

Module 1 - The Mind-Body Connection

  • Part 1: The Mind-Body Connection
  • Part 2: How does Pain Think?
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2 - Types of Pain

  • Part 1: Physical and Emotional Pain
  • Part 2: Chronic Pain Versus Acute Pain
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3 - The Internal Dialogue of Pain

  • Part 1: What’s Your Story?
  • Part 2: The Power of Affirmations
  • Part 3: Switching Your Mindset from Victim to Life Changer
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4 - Hypnosis & Pain Management

  • Part 1: How Does Hypnosis Work?
  • Part 2: Myths and Misconceptions
  • Part 3: Self-Hypnosis
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5 - Guided Imagery and Meditation for Pain

  • Part 1: Meditation & Guided Imagery in General
  • Part 2: Meditation for Pain Management
  • Part 3: Chad Technique for Pain
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6 - Mindfulness for Pain

  • Part 1: Benefits of Mindfulness
  • Part 2: Popular Mindfulness Techniques
  • Part 3: The Relaxation Response Exercise
  • Part 4: Mindfulness to Manage Stress
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7 - Parts Therapy for Pain

  • Part 1: What is Parts Therapy?
  • Part 2: Parts Therapy Dialogue
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8 - Regression Therapy and Pain

  • Part 1: Regression Therapy
  • Part 2: Past Life Regression Therapy
  • Module 8 Assessment

Module 9 - NLP for Pain

  • Part 1: What is NLP?
  • Part 2: NLP Techniques
  • Part 3: Using NLP to Manage Chronic Pain
  • Module 9 Assessment

Module 10 - Laughter as Medicine

  • Part 1: Using Laughter as Medicine
  • Part 2: The Six Pillars
  • Part 3: Laughter Yoga and Pertinent Research
  • Module 10 Assessment

Course 6 - Certificate In Home Education Online Course

Module 1: Home Education

  • Part 1: Home Education
  • Part 2: De-registering from school
  • Part 3: LEA
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2: Benefits & Negatives of Home Education

  • Part 1: Benefits of Home Education
  • Part 2: More & Better Family Time
  • Part 3: Cost Savings and More
  • Part 4: Negatives of Home Education
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3: The Spectrum of Home Education

  • Part 1: Home Education Spectrum
  • Part 2: Flexible Education Case Studies
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4: Learning Styles

  • Part 1: Learning Styles
  • Part 2: Aural (auditory/musical) learning
  • Part 3: Logical / Mathematics
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5: Materials & Resources

  • Part 1: Materials & Resources
  • Part 2: Resources
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6: Preparing Lessons

  • Part 1: Preparing for Home Educating
  • Part 2: Lessons
  • Part 3: English
  • Part 4: Science and History
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7: Mastery, Testing, Grades & University

  • Part 1: Mastery
  • Part 2: Grades & University
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8: Myths & Questions about Home Education

  • Part 1: Myths
  • Part 2: Questions about Home Education
  • Module 8 Assessment

Module 9: Tips, Suggestions & Advice

  • Part 1: Tips and suggestions
  • Part 2: Advice
  • Part 3: Tips
  • Module 9 Assessment

Module 10: Considering Home Education

  • Considering Home Education
  • Module 10 Assessment

Course 7 - Certificate In Speech Therapy Online Course

Module 1 – The Field of Speech Therapy

  • Part 1: The Role of a Speech Therapist
  • Part 2: Overview on Treatment Approaches
  • Part 3: Speech-Language Pathology Terms
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2 – Speech Anatomy

  • Part 1: Three Divisions of Speech
  • Part 2: Respiratory System
  • Part 3: The Laryngeal System
  • Part 4: The Articulatory System
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3 – Language Development

  • Part 1: The Stages of Language Learning
  • Part 2: Bilingual Children Learning Language
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4 – Clinical Phonetics

  • Part 1: The Field of Phonetics
  • Part 2: Acoustic Phonetics
  • Part 3: Auditory Phonetics
  • Part 4: A Detailed Look at Speech Perception
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5 – Language Structure

  • Part 1: Morphology: The Formation of Words
  • Part 2: Syntax: The Rules of Sentence Structure
  • Part 3: Semantics Language Skills
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6 – Hearing Science and Acoustics

  • Part 1: The Auditory System
  • Part 2: The Physiology of Hearing
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7 – Speech and Language Disorders

  • Part 1: Disabilities and Speech Disorders
  • Part 2: Hearing Loss and Speech Impairment
  • Part 3: Neurological Disorders
  • Part 4: Drug Abuse
  • Part 5: Physical Impairments: Cleft or Lip Palate
  • Part 6: Vocal Abuse or Misuse
  • Part 7: Autism and Apraxia
  • Part 8: The Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS)
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8 – Paediatric Audiology

  • Part 1: Hearing Tests and Screening for Young Children
  • Part 2: Current Screening Protocols in the UK
  • Part 3: Subjective Hearing Tests
  • Module 8 Assessment

Module 9 – Career Advice

  • Part 1: Working as a Speech Therapist
  • Part 2: Speech Therapy or Audiology?
  • Module 9 Assessment

Course 8 - Certificate In Symbology Online Course

Module 1: How to Spot Symbols and Types of Codes

  • Part 1: Symbol and Signs
  • Part 2: Landscapes
  • Part 3: Spotting Codes
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2: Cultural History of Symbols

  • Part 1: Cave Paintings
  • Part 2: Body Language
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3: Basic Symbol Shapes and Their Meaning

  • Part 1: Planes of Existence
  • Part 2: Dot, Line & Circle
  • Part 3: Ovals, Arcs & Spirals
  • Part 4: Types of shapes
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4: Imagery in Symbols and How Sound and Music Connect

  • Part 1: Advanced Shape Symbols
  • Part 2: Items as Symbols
  • Part 3: The Elements
  • Part 4: Religious and Belief Symbols
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5: Animal and Nature Symbology

  • Part 1: Animal Symbols
  • Part 2: Reptiles, Insects & Arachnids
  • Part 3: Birds, Mammal Symbols & Mythical Creatures
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6: Ancient World Signs, Symbols and their Meanings

  • Part 1: Ancient World Symbology
  • Part 2: Celtic Symbols
  • Part 3: Tree Symbology
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7: 20th Century Signs and Symbols

  • Part 1: War Symbols & Flags of the World
  • Part 2: Tourism Symbols, Sigils & Led Zeppelin
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8: Modern Symbols and Animal Power Symbols

  • Part 1: Bank Notes & Power Symbols of a Country
  • Part 2: Currency Symbols & Computer Symbols
  • Module 8 Assessment

Module 9: Your Symbology Practice and Work Opportunities

  • Part 1: Setting up a Symbology Practice
  • Part 2: Your Workspace
  • Module 9 Assessment

Module 10: Stylised Colour Use and Year Symbols

  • Part 1: Symbol Shapes Matter
  • Part 2: Symbols of Celebrations in the Year
  • Module 10 Assessment

Module 11: The Symbology of Flowers

  • Part 1: Flowers as Symbols
  • Part 2: Flowers
  • Module 11 Assessment

Module 12: Growing Your Symbology Practice with Design

  • Part 1: Growing Your Symbology Practice
  • Part 2: What to Offer your Clients
  • Module 12 Assessment

Module 13: Client Work, Activities for Symbol Sessions

  • Part 1: Symbol Activities
  • Part 2: Couples Symbols Work
  • Module 13 Assessment

Module 14: Your Symbology Business, Dream Symbols

  • Part 1: Designing Symbols for a Living
  • Part 2: Dream Symbols
  • Module 14 Assessment

Module 15: Example Symbology Client Sessions

  • Part 1: Client Sessions
  • Part 2: Session 3: Group work – Embracing Symbols
  • Module 15 Assessment

Module 16: Recap of What You Need to Know

  • Part 1: A Day in the Life of a Symbology Practitioner
  • Part 2: Where Symbols are Used
  • Module 16 Assessment

Course 9 - Certificate In Health and Social Care Online Course

Module 1- Introduction to Health and Social Care

  • Part 1: Introduction to Health and Social Care
  • Part 2: Duty of Care
  • Part 3: Building effective and appropriate working relationships
  • Part 4: Key Legislation and Regulatory bodies
  • Part 5: Health and Safety
  • Part 6: Summary
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2- Equality & Diversity

  • Part 1: Equality & Diversity
  • Part 2: Can you reflect on a time when you stereotyped or pre-judged someone?
  • Part 3: Summary
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3- Communication

  • Part 1: Communication
  • Part 2: Communication in Health and Social Care
  • Part 3: Barriers to Effective Communication
  • Part 4: Summary
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4- Multi-agency working, Information Sharing and Confidentiality

  • Part 1: Multi-agency working, Information Sharing & Confidentiality
  • Part 2: Confidentiality
  • Part 3: Summary& Practical Tips
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5- Reflective Practice and Personal/Professional Development

  • Part 1: Reflective Practice
  • Part 2: Personal Development Plan
  • Part 3: Kolb’s Experiential Learning Theory (1984)
  • Part 4: Summary
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6– Human Growth and Development

  • Part 1: Child Development
  • Part 2: Wider Influences
  • Part 3: Summary
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7- Safeguarding Children. Abuse and Neglect

  • Part 1: Safeguarding
  • Part 2: Types of abuse and neglect
  • Part 3: If you suspect Abuse: Responding, Recording and Reporting
  • Part 4: Safeguarding Adults
  • Part 5: Summary
  • Module 7 Assessment

Course 10 - Certificate In First Aid Online Course

Module 1: What is First Aid?

  • Part 1: 7 Step Reaction
  • Part 2: First Aid at Work
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2: First On Scene

  • Part 1: First on Scene
  • Part 2: The First Aid Environment
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3: Initial Patient Contact

  • Part 1: Initial Patient Contact
  • Part 2: CPR Equipment
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4: Choking and Anaphylaxis

  • Part 1: Choking
  • Part 2: Anaphylaxis
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5: Heat and Cold

  • Part 1: Heat
  • Part 2: Hypothermia
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6: Burns and Scalds

  • Part 1:Burns and Scalds
  • Part 2: When To Go To Hospital
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7: Bleeding and Shock

  • Part 1: Bleeding
  • Part 2: Shock
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8: Bone and Tissue Injuries

  • Part 1: Bone and Tissue Injuries
  • Part 2: First Aid
  • Module 8 Assessment

Module 9: First Aid Certificate

  • Part 1: First Aid and the Law
  • Part 2: Medical Emergencies
  • Module 9 Assessment

Entry requirements

Students must have basic literacy and numeracy skills.

Minimum education

Open entry. Previous schooling and academic achievements are not required for entry into this course.

Computer requirements

Students will need access to a computer and the internet. 

Minimum specifications for the computer are:

Windows:

  • Microsoft Windows XP, or later
  • Modern and up to date Browser (Internet Explorer 8 or later, Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

MAC/iOS

  • OSX/iOS 6 or later
  • Modern and up to date Browser (Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

All systems

  • Internet bandwidth of 1Mb or faster
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Course Summary

Course ID No.: 012CE11110CB
Delivery Mode: Online
Course Access: Unlimited lifetime
Time required: Study at your own pace
Course Duration: 150 Hours Per Course
Assessments: Yes
Qualification: Certificate

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