To deliver these qualifications, you must provide learners with suitably trained staff and facilities.
At Level 2, you might want to devise role-plays to observe learners and coach them in real-life scenarios. You'll set written assignments to test learning and the suitability of learners to work with older people.
At Level 3, you will set written assignments for each unit. To create some role-play scenarios for learners you might want to set up simulated environments at your centre - for example, in an older person's home or at an advice centre, hospital or police station.
Anyone can take an Award or Certificate in Promoting the Mental Health and Well-being of Older People, although learners will usually have some experience of working with older people. You must make sure all your learners can access the resources they need to complete the qualification.