To reflect working practices, many qualifications have now changed to include small sections on working with atypical clients. This enables instructors to adapt their mainstream classes for clients who may have additional requirements but who are still capable of attending a regular session. This could include older adults/children and vulnerable adults/pre and post natal clients/14-16 year olds/those with disabilities.
Taking these upskilling units is vital to ensure your qualifications are up-to-date. The five specially written assessment units can be found in the members’ area of the REPs’ website. Taking all the units also earns you 5 CPD points. To read the full post click here >