This assessment-focussed bank of resources is invaluable when it comes to the delivery the 2010 Diploma specification for Level 3. Delivery ideas are provided to accompany the content in Candate Handbook: * Ideas for practical work * Activities and games * Quizzes * Ideas for individual work * Discussion ideas * Research investigation ideas * Website references / links Where a topic contains an Assessment Activity, guidance is given to the assessor on how this could be approached and what the student needs to be aware of. Where an Assessment Activity relates to an observation or another task that requires information to be provided by the candidate (e.g. summary of what they did / how they felt etc.), recording sheets are provided for the candidates to fill in. The candidate can complete these and add them to their portfolio of evidence.
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Mark Walsh is a registered nurse and teacher. Mark has taught academic and employment-based courses to health and social care, nursing and child care students in a number of further and higher education institutions. He is an experienced writer of textbook, teacher support and distance learning learning materials and has worked as a moderator, principal examiner and chair of examiners for major awarding bodies. Mark currently tutors for The Open University and provides mental health training and support for tutors and students in further and higher education. Ann Mitchell is a registered nurse and teacher with 30 years experience in the health and social care sector. Ann is an experienced practitioner and nurse tutor and currently works for The Open University as a senior lecturer and mental health lead. She has taught, assessed and written a range of health and social care courses, learning materials and texts and has a particular interest in the physical and mental health needs of Black and Minority Ethnic groups. John Rowe is a registered nurse and teacher with a wealth of practice experience gained in a variety of care settings. John has taught nursing courses at a range of universities and is currently a lecturer in mental health nursing at The Open University. John has written several courses for The Open University and is an experienced author of accessible learning materials. Elaine Millar trained and worked for many years as a general and psychiatric nurse in both child and adult fields. After spending some time working in a hostel for teenagers who were leaving care and looking after disadvantaged children from inner city Philadelphia, USA she completed a psychology degree and moved into research nursing. More recently she has combined raising a family with writing books and distance learning courses in health and social care. Lois Greenhalgh is a speech and language therapist with many years' experience of devising and delivering training to NVQ-level carers in various different health or social care settings. She has done research into health information for people with health and social care needs, in association with the OU and the King's Fund; she also worked for a time as editor of her profession's monthly clinical bulletin. She has a particular interest in making information accessible and user-friendly.
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