Foetal Alcohol Syndrome Awareness

£20 + VAT

Our Foetal Alcohol Awareness course is perfect for anyone that wants to know the concept of Foetal Alcohol Syndrome in terms of what it is and what might cause it to come about. This course will examine the signs and symptoms of Foetal Alcohol Syndrome as well as identifying the needs of the individual who grow up with this condition.

All about this course

Our Foetal Alcohol Syndrome Awareness course is suitable for anyone, you will learn what the signs and symptoms of foetal alcohol syndrome are before learning how to identify the needs of individuals who grow up this condition.

You will be able to identify the kinds of behaviour that are common in individuals who have foetal alcohol syndrome as well as exploring the effects of aggressive behaviour and how children and adults with foetal alcohol syndrome can experience issues.

In our foetal alcohol syndrome course you will learn the importance of a healthy pregnancy by looking at how the foetus develops and some complications that can occur during pregnancy.

You will consider the impact that foetal alcohol syndrome can have on the onset of ADHD and the development of attachment difficulties.

This course provides an insight into the mental health problems that are most likely to develop in people who have foetal alcohol syndrome.

In order to complete the course, you must achieve 80% or more in the final multiple choice quiz.

You will earn 3 CPD points on completion of the course, this course will take around 3 hours to complete and the certificate will last for two years.

Fully CPD registered
Completed online with instant downloadable certificate
Fully printed certificate posted next day
Complete the online multiple choice assessment as many times as you need to pass

Units covered

Unit 1 – Introduction to fetal alcohol syndrome – The first unit gives you a concept in terms what foetal syndrome is and what might cause it. You will also learn what the signs and symptoms are of foetal alcohol syndrome. The unit will finish by exploring a real life case study of foetal alcohol syndrome.
Unit 2 – Foetal alcohol syndrome related behaviours- In this unit you will explore the effects of aggressive behaviour and how children and adults with foetal alcohol syndrome can experience issues, such as attachment disorder.
Unit 3 – Foetal alcohol syndrome and mental health and well-being – You will take into consideration some of the mental health problems that are most likely to develop in people who have foetal alcohol syndrome, including personality disorders, anxiety and depression.
Unit 4 – The importance of a healthy pregnancy – In this final unit you will consider the importance of having a healthy pregnancy by looking at how the foetus develops and also what complications could occur during pregnancy.

Foetal Alcohol Syndrome Awareness